Video e Cinema Documental
5 ECTS; 2º Ano, 2º Semestre, 15,0 T + 45,0 TP + 3,0 OT
Computer skills from a user's perspective.
Film Editing I.
a.Command of techniques for conversion, upload and download of media files; b.Develop the ability to deal with archival footage; c.Create a singular approach on the collage of image, sound and text; d.Reflect on new modes of production and distribution of images.
1.The image rescued from its dissolution; 2.Context and re-appropriation of materials; 3.The "poor image" and its circulation channels; 4.The editor as author; 5.Sssociative power of the voice over; 6."Non-creative writing" and the concept of original; 7.Download, encoding, decoding and transcoding techniques; 8.Introduction to complementary softwares; 9.Export and upload techniques
A) Exercise nº1
B) Exercise nº2
C) Exercise nº4
D) Attendance and Participation
E) Exam exercise
Exam and Appeal: E(100%)
- AA, V. (1986). O Bestiário de Chris Marker. Lisboa: Livros Horizonte
- Gomes, M. (2001). Manuel Mozos, um Ponto de Vista. Santa Maria da Feira: Edição Festival de Cinema Luso Brasileiro
- Sebald, W. (1998). The Rings of Saturn. (pp. 51-71). London: The Harvill Press
- Steyerl, H. (0). In Defense of the Poor Image.Acedido em27 de fevereiro de 2014 em http://www.e-flux.com/journal/in-defense-of-the-poor-image/
Method of interaction
A.lectures supported by audiovisual resources to illustrate editing of pre-existing material. B.practice with archival footage and demonstration of image manipulation techniques.
Software used in class
Final Cut Pro; Adobe Premiere; Compressor; Mpeg Stream Clip; Mozilla Firefox with Add-ons.