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The History of Film Language - Summer
Warsztat
1
Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 5, Warszawa
 18:00
 23/05
Szczegóły wydarzenia
The History of Film Language

Language: English
Duration: 14 meetings (14*90min)
Starting date: 28 March, 2018 at 18:00-19:30, on Wednesdays (meetings are once a week)
Fee: 684PLN (also in 2 installments 360PLN each)
Location: 5 Krakowskie Przedmieście (Academy of Fine Arts, Graphic Department Building, cinema theatre)
20% discount for Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts students (all departments)
10% discount for all other students


Instructors:
Grzegorz Pamrów
Dr Iwona Pomianowska
Dr Jakub Mikurda
Dr Michał Oleszczyk
Dr Jakub Wróblewski
Bartek Konopka
Philip Lenkovsky (visual comedy guest)

Course Description:
The course aims to present and develop your knowledge on the historical evolution of film language – narrative, cinematography, editing, film sound, etc. Individual and collective functioning of film elements will be analyzed, from the very beginning of moving pictures to the form it has reached today. We will study different visual styles, creative choices, artistic changes, technological advances – all that influenced the development of film art. Strong emphasis will be put on improving students’ visual thinking and organization within the film form.

Analysis of numerous scenes during the course will help you define, comprehend and criticize:
+ film shots – their composition and significance
+ camera angles and moving camera techniques
+ open and closed framings
+ visual direction
+ spatio-temporal connections and disconnections
+ film’s mise-en-scene: performance, lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc
+ editing techniques
+ technological advances and innovations in the area of film
+ the role and usage of sound
+ audio-visual correlations
+ narrative and screenwriting conventions
+ film genres and their hybrid forms
+ aesthetic sensibility towards film language

Programme:
1) Limited time and space – cinema of attractions – the language of the early films (Grzegorz Pamrów)
2) Transition period 1908-1920: how moving pictures became movies. Narrative and film language establishment.(Dr Michał Oleszczyk).
3) Visual comedy: the art of the gag, geometry and performance for the frame. (Grzegorz Pamrów and Philip Lenkovsky)
4) Editing vs montage: spatio-temporal connections vs dialectical relationship. (Dr Iwona Pomianowska)
5) Painting with light: the language of Film Noir.(Grzegorz Pamrów)
6) Cinematography – spatial organization. Classical Hollywood Studio System vs European Art Film and French New Wave: from talkies to walkies.(Grzegorz Pamrow)
7) The language of experimental film: historical approach.(Dr Jakub Wróblewski)
8) Hitchcock’s film style: case study.(Grzegorz Pamrow)
9) Documentary filmmaking: Cinema Verite vs Direct Cinema. (Bartek Konopka)
10) Sound in the cinema of the 70s: creative choices. Sound and space interactions. Sound in the film history. (Grzegorz Pamrów)
11) Long takes across time: from Mizoguchi – through Altman, Tarkovsky, Kubrick, Tarr, Angelopoulos, Anderson – to Lubezki. Composition and movement. (Grzegorz Pamrów)
12) Non-linear narrative structures (Dr Kuba Mikurda)
13) Film language across genres. (Dr Kuba Mikurda)
14) Imposing artificial reality: visual effects.(Grzegorz Pamrów)

Grzegorz Pamrów
Phd candidate. Has graduated with merits from the University of Sydney with a Master of Film Studies and from Warsaw and SWPS Universities (Linguistic and English Studies Departments). He participated in numerous film and art workshops organized by Universal Pictures (Australia). He collaborated with different universities and organizations, including teaching courses devoted to art, film, and medicine: audiovision, music video analysis, film, animation film and Hollywood history, film perception. Grzegorz was a Deputy Director of Film Laboratory at SWPS (academic/research film consulting center – more than 50 consulted film scripts and editing versions). Currently, he has also begun working on his debut feature script. Main areas of interest: film language aesthetics, audiovisual perception, perception of the human body in relation to ‘non-organic’ cinematic elements, scriptwriting, editing, VR.

Dr Jakub Wróblewski
Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Academy of Fine Arts (Warsaw), Master of Fine Arts and Doctor of Fine Arts (Rector Honors) – gained at the Graphic Design Faculty. Visual artist, Director of Photography, dealing with video, interactive video, narration, film theory, installations, environment. Co-founder of Open Lab – Narrative Systems. A creator of the interactive adaptation of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake – First We Feel Then We Fall (collaboration by Dr. K. Bazarnik), nominated by Dwutygodnik Magazine as the best event of 2016 in the media category. Grand Prix Multimedia Szajna Festival.

Dr Iwona Pomianowska
A filmmaker, editor, graphic designer and psychologist. Iwona is a lecturer of ‘editing’ and ‘film narration’ at Łodz Film School; ‘Visual Perception of Film and Media’ at Psychology Department of Warsaw University and ‘Designing Video Games and Virtual Reality’ at Art Department of Sylesia University. Iwona is an author of numerous articles in the area of film and perception. She is a member of a research group ‘Spherical 3D Film – the birth of new visual language in narration’ at Lodz Film School, and also as a member of Innovation Lab VRT National Broadcast Belgium.

Bartek Konopka
Oscar nominated director for the Rabbit a la Berlin (2009) documentary that was shown at more than 70 festivals, received a dozen prizes and had been sold to over 40 countries. His feature fiction debut Fear of Falling (2011) co-written with Piotr Borkowski was premiered at Montreal IFF (awarded at Mannheim, Mumbai, Lecce, Vincennes, Gdynia). Author of many documentaries and couple of fictions. Nearly each of them was awarded internationally.Bartek is a graduate of film studies at the Jagiellonian University Cracow and of directing at the Silesian University Katowice, plus Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing. Member of European Film Academy and the Board of Polish Film Institute. A lecturer in film schools of Katowice and Warsaw. He is a member of European Film Academy and was a member of the Board of Polish Film Institute (years 2011-2014).


Dr Michał Oleszczyk
Michał Oleszczyk is an Assistant Professor of Film Studies at the Artes Liberales Department of University of Warsaw. He is a translator and a critic; his writing has appeared in Polish and American outlets, such as "Kino", "Dwutygodnik" and "RogerEbert.com". He was awarded the Krzysztof Mętrak Award for Young Critics, the "Polityka" fellowship, and the Polish Film Institute Award for Best Film Critic. He worked as programmer for Off Plus Camera Festival in Kraków and as the Artistic Director of Gdynia Film Festival (2013-2016). Between 2012-2015 he programmed a series of Polish films for Polish Filmmakers NYC. His Ph.D. was defended in 2012 and concerned the critical writings of Pauline Kael. He has worked as a script evaluation expert for Polish Film Institute.

Dr Jakub Mikurda
Kuba Mikurda is a film critic, curator, broadcaster, and “Linia Filmowa” book series editor (Korporacja Ha!art Press). He has edited and co-edited books about contemporary filmmakers (Terry Gilliam, Brothers Quay, Guy Maddin, Tsai Ming-liang, Walerian Borowczyk) and surrealism in Polish cinema. He teaches at the Film School in Łódź. He is currently working on a feature documentary film about Walerian Borowczyk, forthcoming in 2017.

Philip Lenkovsky
Philip began his performing career as a silent clown and juggler on the streets of his native NYC.His focus changed to film when he was cast as Woody Allen's assassin in STARDUST MEMORIES.
He played Salieri's Servant in Milos Forman's AMADEUS as well as a role in Forman's MAN ON THE MOON and Fritz in James Ivory's SLAVES OF NY. He worked in Prague as The Guild Agent in the mini-series DUNE, in A KNIGHT'S TALE, and as Cipriani in the French production of NAPOLEON and in S. Africa as the psycho killer Cole in SUPERNOVA. TV credits include ER, NCIS and CALIFORNICATION. He currently lives in Warsaw, Poland where he has continued his acting career having played the lead, Jack, in the feature film HEL, Wrona in DIVERSION END, and a role in ZIARNO PRAWDY as well as roles in television serials PARADOKS, BARON 24, and M JAK MIŁOSC.


Apply/find out more at:
www.speakersavenue.com/new
info@speakersavenue.com
+ 48 606 925 609
Zobacz także inne wydarzenia z Warszawy
The History of Film Language - Summer
Warsztat
1
Akademia Sztuk Pięknych w Warszawie
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 5, Warszawa
 18:00
 23/05
Szczegóły wydarzenia
The History of Film Language

Language: English
Duration: 14 meetings (14*90min)
Starting date: 28 March, 2018 at 18:00-19:30, on Wednesdays (meetings are once a week)
Fee: 684PLN (also in 2 installments 360PLN each)
Location: 5 Krakowskie Przedmieście (Academy of Fine Arts, Graphic Department Building, cinema theatre)
20% discount for Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts students (all departments)
10% discount for all other students


Instructors:
Grzegorz Pamrów
Dr Iwona Pomianowska
Dr Jakub Mikurda
Dr Michał Oleszczyk
Dr Jakub Wróblewski
Bartek Konopka
Philip Lenkovsky (visual comedy guest)

Course Description:
The course aims to present and develop your knowledge on the historical evolution of film language – narrative, cinematography, editing, film sound, etc. Individual and collective functioning of film elements will be analyzed, from the very beginning of moving pictures to the form it has reached today. We will study different visual styles, creative choices, artistic changes, technological advances – all that influenced the development of film art. Strong emphasis will be put on improving students’ visual thinking and organization within the film form.

Analysis of numerous scenes during the course will help you define, comprehend and criticize:
+ film shots – their composition and significance
+ camera angles and moving camera techniques
+ open and closed framings
+ visual direction
+ spatio-temporal connections and disconnections
+ film’s mise-en-scene: performance, lines, shapes, colors, textures, etc
+ editing techniques
+ technological advances and innovations in the area of film
+ the role and usage of sound
+ audio-visual correlations
+ narrative and screenwriting conventions
+ film genres and their hybrid forms
+ aesthetic sensibility towards film language

Programme:
1) Limited time and space – cinema of attractions – the language of the early films (Grzegorz Pamrów)
2) Transition period 1908-1920: how moving pictures became movies. Narrative and film language establishment.(Dr Michał Oleszczyk).
3) Visual comedy: the art of the gag, geometry and performance for the frame. (Grzegorz Pamrów and Philip Lenkovsky)
4) Editing vs montage: spatio-temporal connections vs dialectical relationship. (Dr Iwona Pomianowska)
5) Painting with light: the language of Film Noir.(Grzegorz Pamrów)
6) Cinematography – spatial organization. Classical Hollywood Studio System vs European Art Film and French New Wave: from talkies to walkies.(Grzegorz Pamrow)
7) The language of experimental film: historical approach.(Dr Jakub Wróblewski)
8) Hitchcock’s film style: case study.(Grzegorz Pamrow)
9) Documentary filmmaking: Cinema Verite vs Direct Cinema. (Bartek Konopka)
10) Sound in the cinema of the 70s: creative choices. Sound and space interactions. Sound in the film history. (Grzegorz Pamrów)
11) Long takes across time: from Mizoguchi – through Altman, Tarkovsky, Kubrick, Tarr, Angelopoulos, Anderson – to Lubezki. Composition and movement. (Grzegorz Pamrów)
12) Non-linear narrative structures (Dr Kuba Mikurda)
13) Film language across genres. (Dr Kuba Mikurda)
14) Imposing artificial reality: visual effects.(Grzegorz Pamrów)

Grzegorz Pamrów
Phd candidate. Has graduated with merits from the University of Sydney with a Master of Film Studies and from Warsaw and SWPS Universities (Linguistic and English Studies Departments). He participated in numerous film and art workshops organized by Universal Pictures (Australia). He collaborated with different universities and organizations, including teaching courses devoted to art, film, and medicine: audiovision, music video analysis, film, animation film and Hollywood history, film perception. Grzegorz was a Deputy Director of Film Laboratory at SWPS (academic/research film consulting center – more than 50 consulted film scripts and editing versions). Currently, he has also begun working on his debut feature script. Main areas of interest: film language aesthetics, audiovisual perception, perception of the human body in relation to ‘non-organic’ cinematic elements, scriptwriting, editing, VR.

Dr Jakub Wróblewski
Ph.D., Assistant Professor at Academy of Fine Arts (Warsaw), Master of Fine Arts and Doctor of Fine Arts (Rector Honors) – gained at the Graphic Design Faculty. Visual artist, Director of Photography, dealing with video, interactive video, narration, film theory, installations, environment. Co-founder of Open Lab – Narrative Systems. A creator of the interactive adaptation of James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake – First We Feel Then We Fall (collaboration by Dr. K. Bazarnik), nominated by Dwutygodnik Magazine as the best event of 2016 in the media category. Grand Prix Multimedia Szajna Festival.

Dr Iwona Pomianowska
A filmmaker, editor, graphic designer and psychologist. Iwona is a lecturer of ‘editing’ and ‘film narration’ at Łodz Film School; ‘Visual Perception of Film and Media’ at Psychology Department of Warsaw University and ‘Designing Video Games and Virtual Reality’ at Art Department of Sylesia University. Iwona is an author of numerous articles in the area of film and perception. She is a member of a research group ‘Spherical 3D Film – the birth of new visual language in narration’ at Lodz Film School, and also as a member of Innovation Lab VRT National Broadcast Belgium.

Bartek Konopka
Oscar nominated director for the Rabbit a la Berlin (2009) documentary that was shown at more than 70 festivals, received a dozen prizes and had been sold to over 40 countries. His feature fiction debut Fear of Falling (2011) co-written with Piotr Borkowski was premiered at Montreal IFF (awarded at Mannheim, Mumbai, Lecce, Vincennes, Gdynia). Author of many documentaries and couple of fictions. Nearly each of them was awarded internationally.Bartek is a graduate of film studies at the Jagiellonian University Cracow and of directing at the Silesian University Katowice, plus Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing. Member of European Film Academy and the Board of Polish Film Institute. A lecturer in film schools of Katowice and Warsaw. He is a member of European Film Academy and was a member of the Board of Polish Film Institute (years 2011-2014).


Dr Michał Oleszczyk
Michał Oleszczyk is an Assistant Professor of Film Studies at the Artes Liberales Department of University of Warsaw. He is a translator and a critic; his writing has appeared in Polish and American outlets, such as "Kino", "Dwutygodnik" and "RogerEbert.com". He was awarded the Krzysztof Mętrak Award for Young Critics, the "Polityka" fellowship, and the Polish Film Institute Award for Best Film Critic. He worked as programmer for Off Plus Camera Festival in Kraków and as the Artistic Director of Gdynia Film Festival (2013-2016). Between 2012-2015 he programmed a series of Polish films for Polish Filmmakers NYC. His Ph.D. was defended in 2012 and concerned the critical writings of Pauline Kael. He has worked as a script evaluation expert for Polish Film Institute.

Dr Jakub Mikurda
Kuba Mikurda is a film critic, curator, broadcaster, and “Linia Filmowa” book series editor (Korporacja Ha!art Press). He has edited and co-edited books about contemporary filmmakers (Terry Gilliam, Brothers Quay, Guy Maddin, Tsai Ming-liang, Walerian Borowczyk) and surrealism in Polish cinema. He teaches at the Film School in Łódź. He is currently working on a feature documentary film about Walerian Borowczyk, forthcoming in 2017.

Philip Lenkovsky
Philip began his performing career as a silent clown and juggler on the streets of his native NYC.His focus changed to film when he was cast as Woody Allen's assassin in STARDUST MEMORIES.
He played Salieri's Servant in Milos Forman's AMADEUS as well as a role in Forman's MAN ON THE MOON and Fritz in James Ivory's SLAVES OF NY. He worked in Prague as The Guild Agent in the mini-series DUNE, in A KNIGHT'S TALE, and as Cipriani in the French production of NAPOLEON and in S. Africa as the psycho killer Cole in SUPERNOVA. TV credits include ER, NCIS and CALIFORNICATION. He currently lives in Warsaw, Poland where he has continued his acting career having played the lead, Jack, in the feature film HEL, Wrona in DIVERSION END, and a role in ZIARNO PRAWDY as well as roles in television serials PARADOKS, BARON 24, and M JAK MIŁOSC.


Apply/find out more at:
www.speakersavenue.com/new
info@speakersavenue.com
+ 48 606 925 609
Zobacz także inne wydarzenia z Warszawy