FILM SCREENING & CAMERALESS FILM WORKSHOP

Cine sin cámara
Directed by
María
Cunillera
Alberto
Vázquez

From its start, cinema has been known as one of most fascinating educative means, not only for the subjects and issues raised, but for its imaginary creation capacity and for encouraging new habits of active and critical perception. For the purpose of providing an alternative to those audiovisual dominant products, those that reinforce that consumption behavior and few times lead to reflection, CA2M has created this activity.

This educative program consists of a discussed film screening by an educator alongside a cameraless workshop. The program offers many experimental and fiction creations. Following the discussion after the screening, it continues a workshop where students will experience and work directly on the film itself. After the workshop, it will be screened the manipulated celluloid by the students.

This project is embedded in the CA2M audio-visual literacy project which aims to promote attitudes of active perception from an early age. Within this program, the museum space becomes a place for children to discover new references, find new images and talk about new issues other than the usual ones. This workshop comes with a teachers´dossier to work it after in the classroom.

Maximum 30 students per session

PROGRAMMING

Animal Studies, the cat. Guy Sherwin, 1976 -79, 2´ 50´´ 
Vitrail, Olivier Fouchard, 2004, 1´ 10´´ 
El coro, Le choeur, Abbas Kiarostami, 1982, 17’
Flip Film,  Ellen Ugestald, 2005, 1’ 10´´

Intended for
Children from 8 to 12
Duration
2012 – 2013 ACADEMIC YEAR
PROYECCIÓN Y TALLER DE CINE SIN CÁMARA 2012
Date of event
Access
Enrolment free

Máximo 30 alumnos por sesión

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