workshops: IMAGE

Digital Cinema

The use of time in artistic creation is as old as oral narration. At the end of the 19th century, all the necessary elements were brought together so that, returning to the "cave" in semi-darkness, we could enjoy projected stories.

Since then, about 150 years ago, it has become increasingly feasible to access film tools, especially with the advent of digital format.


    Days of the week and schedule:

    • Digital Cinema 1º: Mondays and Wednesdays from 19:30 to 21:30h.
    • 2nd Digital Cinema: Mondays and Wednesdays from 17:00 to 19:00h.

    Access conditions: None for the 1st course

    Duration: School year from September to June



    • Camera.
    • Cinematographic language.
    • Edition.
    • Lighting.
    • From Méliès to German expressionism.
    • Classic documentary. Two attitudes: Flaherty, Ruttmann.
    • Surrealist cinema. Writing autobiographical stories.
    • Camera movements.
    • Classic American cinema. Approach to narrative fiction.
    • Script writing (literary and technical).



    • Technical review: Image retouching, editing and camera.
    • Script writing. Documentary and short film.
    • Lighting.
    • Sound.
    • Documentary and short film.
    • Artistic cinema. Video art.
    • Animation.
    • Personal creation.
    • Specific technical workshops: Postproduction and Sound.
    • Final sample proposal.