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ITALIAN CINEMA, CULTURE & HISTORY

How much do films represent a society and how much is the society influenced by them?

by TOMMASO BERNABEI

On line course

March 29th  – April 30th 2020

Tuesday and Friday, from 17.00 to 19.00 (Italian time zone)

 

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COURSE: This workshop analyses a selection of Italian film directors between the 1940s and the 2010s, in order to provide a better understanding of film making techniques, narrative styles, Italian culture and history. The course is structured in ten classes of two hours each, twice a week.

During the class we will watch pieces of different films from each director and create a radical analysis of what links them to their time and society.

Discussing the poetics, methodology and inspirations that moved each director’s work, we will understand Italian culture and history and what are the insights to Italian filmmaking.

The directors selected for this first workshop are:
Roberto Rossellini
Federico Fellini
Mario Monicelli
Alessandro Blasetti
Michelangelo Antonioni
Luchino Visconti
Dino Risi
Elio Petri
Nanni Moretti
Paolo Sorrentino

WHERE: The course will be online.

LENGTH: The workshop will be held twice a week, on Tuesday and Friday, starting on March 29th 2020 and ending on April 30th 2020, from 17.00 to 19.00 Italian time zone.

AVAILABILITY: open.

COST: the attendance to the course will cost 410 Euros.

INFO: csclabmilano@fondazionecsc.it

 

Tommaso Bernabei

Ha studiato a New York e Londra. Ha lavorato in BBC, Sky, oltre ad aver diretto pubblicità, narrativa e teatro, lavorato come sceneggiatore, copy e direttore creativo. È stato docente di regia presso Kent State University e University of New Haven, di video-arte presso SACI – International School of the Arts, lecturer presso Georgetown University ed insegna regia al primo anno del Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia.

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