Fees: Standard £ 30 Conc £11 Full £30
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The workshop will present Italian society through its history of cinema and how cinema developed because of changes in the country. It will look at how different film makers have portrayed Italian society and highlighted both the positive and, often, its negative side. A few scenes from some classic films will be used to explore different aspects of modern and contemporary Italy.
The workshop will be mostly in English with some key words in Italian, but only for reference. It is designed for anyone who has an interest in Italian cinema and wants to discover more about its powerful link with society and changes throughout the years
None, other than an interest and passion for Italy.
Recognize changing styles of cinema throughout the years, and how they relate to history Recognize two or three film makers and how they made their mark in Italian cinema forever Recognize their famous work and relevance to society Use Italian vocabulary related to cinema
This is a one-day workshop, in English, with some Italian being spoken for reference.
Visual and listening sources will be provided for additional studying.
Discussion and pair work, reading and videos, q/a
Students who attend this workshop may want to join one of the many Italian courses on offer. Tutor will advise.
Please bring pen and paper.
One-to-one support where needed. Help with IT resources if needed. All resources needed for the workshop will be provided by the tutor. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, please contact reception staff or the tutor, and consult the course guide.