THIS YEAR’S THEME:

Brave New Cinéma

9 – 10 October 2021
9 – 10 October 2021
9 – 10 October 2021

Are we already living in a post-apocalyptic world?

How are we going to face and imagine the unexpected new cinema?

What is the general direction of the market?

What will the future trends be?

How are we going to raise the new generation of filmmakers?

THE PROGRAM

9:15

Wiederkommen / Il transito di Venere

Saint Petersburg State University of Film and Television

9:45

Life.exe / Last Bus Stop

Molkoms Folkhögskola

11:00

Bear Sun / Upstream

The Humanities Institute of Television and Radio Broadcasting in Moscow (GITR)

11:40

High Society / Martians from the Planet Jupiter

Dundalk Institute of Technology

12:20

Naked / Nude

Catalyst – Institute for Creative Arts and Technology

15:00

Challenges for the future of film education

 

Paulo Viveiros (Panel Lead) – Universidade Lusófona

Eamonn Crudden – Dundalk Institute of Technology

Alexey Pozharov – GITR Film and Television School

Presenting FilmEU, the European university for cinema and media art teaching, one of the new projects funded by the EU under the European Universities initiative. A consortium led by Universidade Lusófona (Portugal) with the participation of IADT (Ireland), Luca School of Arts (Belgium) and SZFE (Hungary), this innovative project of cinema education in an intercultural and pedagogical context, serves as an introduction to examining the challenges the future of European audiovisual production.

15:40

From theory to praxis

Daniel Iftene (Panel Lead) – Babeș-Bolyai University

Lorcan Dunne – Dundalk Institute of Technology

Emiliano Galigani – Accademia Cinema Toscana

Can film history, theory and aesthetics still be fun for young filmmakers?

17:00

Lessons from the ‘Apocalypse’

 

Olesia Stroeva (Panel Lead) – GITR Film and Television School

Mats Dahlman – Molkoms Folkhögskola

Domenico Zàzzara – Accademia Cinema Toscana

Juli Saragosa – Catalyst Institute for Creative Arts and Technology

Lessons that we can draw from this period of ‘Apocalypse’ in a cultural sense. How has the pandemic influenced cinematographers and visual artists in general? If it is a part of Apocalypse it means that we should learn something from it to improve ourselves and reestimate our values. The question is: are we going to create a better world? How can we talk about it by means of cinematography and teach our students to think about it?

17:45

Encouraging students to be brave filmmakers

 

Lukasz Barczyk (Panel Lead) – The Polish National Film, Television, and Theater School in Łódź

Adam Donald – Catalyst Institute for Creative Arts and Technology

Alexey Pozharov – GITR Film and Television School

Expanding consciousness, as a key to braveness.

9:00

In the End of the World / In the Middle of Nowhere

Universitade Lusòfona

9:40

Everything in its right place

Faculty of Dramatic Arts Belgrade

10:50

By the Time I fall Asleep

The Polish National Film, Television, and Theater School in Łódź

11:30

Wild Cherry Tree

Facultea de Teatru si Film – Babes Bolyai University

12:10

Memorie / Anoche

Accademia Cinema Toscana

15:00

Practical Teaching During A Global Pandemic

 

Lorcan Dunne (Panel Lead) – Dundalk Institute of Technology

Adam Donald – Catalyst Institute for Creative Arts and Technology

Daniel Iftene – Babeș-Bolyai University

Olesia Stroeva – GITR Film and Television School

Covid 19 presented many challenges for practical Film & TV classes, but it also expedited innovation and hybrid learning.

15:40

Collaborative filmmaking vs toxic hierarchies

 

Juli Saragosa (Panel Lead) – Catalyst Institute for Creative Arts and Technology

Mats Dahlmann – Molkoms Folkhögskola

Eamonn Crudden – Dundalk Institute of Technology

Miloš Pavlovic – Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade

How can we work towards more fair labour in the film industry? Workers at the bottom of the hierarchy are exploited, and actors are pressured to perform compromising tasks in order to fulfil some creative genius’ wild fantasy. They can’t say ‘no’ because they will lose work options. Building respect and equal access are not easy in a capitalistic world.

17:00

No happy endings

 

Milos Pavlovic (Panel Lead) – Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade

Lukasz Barczyk – The Polish National Film, Television, and Theater School in Łódź

Paulo Viveiros – Universidade Lusófona

Student films in which all main characters live empty lives in which they do not find any purpose or sense of meaning.

17:45

The future of Film School Network

 

Emiliano Galigani – Film School Network

How can we shape the future of the Film School Network together?

Discover the official Guide to

Film School Network 2021

Schools Participating in Film School Network 2021

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