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Fine arts in filmmaking


Maria Roberta Novielli


The Fine arts in filmmaking Master's Programme is a 1st level course, which aims to provide students with all the practical and theoretical tools necessary for making a film, in addition to providing multimedia contents for advertising, music and artistic videos.
Thanks to the contribution of qualified teachers and professionals, students will learn the main film components: production, treatment, screenwriting, storyboard, sound, special effects, multimedia intersections, stop-motion, digital animation, script continuity, photography, editing, acting, dialogue creation, soundtrack and post-production.  In addition to workshops and theoretical lessons, students will have the opportunity to make a digital film entirely produced within the Master's Programme.

Professional profiles

This Professional Master's Programme will enable students to make films and also work in the cinematographic and multimedia fields (such as advertising, music videos, video art, multimedia archives), to promote cultural initiatives related to the field in question, collaborating with public and private institutions and foundations, and to work creatively in the entertainment business.

Language: the course is taught in Italian

Available places: 25

Duration of the programme: one year

Period: March 2018 – March 2019

Teaching method: formal lectures

Location: Venice

Deadline for application submission: November 30th, 2017

Enrolment fee: € 5,000

Grants/scholarships: The Professors Board will provide for scholarships, if given, which totally or partially cover the enrolment fee

Master’s Teaching Office: tutor, tutor.masterfilm@unive.it

Information: Ca’ Foscari Challenge School, master.challengeschool@unive.it

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