Professional internship 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
306PIN1 credit 5 50 exercise hours (45 min) of instruction per semester, 88 to 113 hours of self-study English winter

Subject guarantor

Adam BROTHÁNEK, Martin ČIHÁK, Tomáš DORUŠKA, Antonie JANKOVÁ, Michal REICH, Ivo TRAJKOV

Name of lecturer(s)

Adam BROTHÁNEK, Martin ČIHÁK, Tomáš DORUŠKA, Antonie JANKOVÁ, Michal REICH, Ivo TRAJKOV

Contents

This educational workshop is aimed at training future film editors - 25 students of master study programs of film editing departments of five respected European Art Universities:

(PWSFTviT) Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Filmowa..., Łódź, Rzeczpospolita Polska

(FAMU) Filmová a televizní fakulta Akademie múzických umění v Praze, Česká republika

(VŠMU) Vysoká škola múzických umení v Bratislave (VŠMU), Slovensko

(ADU) Akademija dramske umjetnosti sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Hrvatsko

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Lectors are major european editors who are at the very heart of creation of the important pieces of european and world contemporary cinema.

Programme of the workshop consists of practical editing exercises, screenings and analytical discussion of the student films presented by each university and detailed analyses of feature films of the guest editors lead by them.

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The specificity of this workshop is the connection of all the institutions in Europe that offer Bc. and MA studies with the specialisation on editing in particularly: FAMU-CZ, ADU-HR, PWSFTviT-PL, VŚMU-SK.

The teachers from aforementioned universities are joining the workshop since 2011 and they are among the most awarded editors: Jaroslaw Kaminski/PL – Ida (Oscars 2015, European Film Award 2014), Milenia Fiedler/PL – Katyn (EFA 2008, Golden Globes 2009), Miran Miosic/HR – Joe the King (Sundance Award 1999), Ivo Trajkov/CZ – The Great Water (Valencia Festival Award 2005), Darina Smržová – All My Children, Maroš Šlapeta/SK – Made in Ash (TOFIFEST Poland 2013).

Practical editing exercises consist of dividing the students into 4 groups, each lead by a guest editor/tutor. They provide the footage from a few sequences of a movie they worked on, which means that the students have opportunity to explore and to interpret highly professional and unique footage from the existing films of world importance. It gives them the chance to apply their theoretical academic knowledge onto the works of famous directors and so deepen their ability to use it as a tool of narration in film language. Thanks to the small number of participants, the process involves individual approach and discussion between the teacher and every single student. This workshop is a considerable upgrade to the educational process at the universities involved and contributes to raising future editors, who will then be able to become a vital part of the international structure of filmmaking. Next part consists of the case studies by the guest editors, screening of the recent film he or she participated in, followed by discussion about aspects of editing.

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Literature

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Evaluation methods and criteria

active presence and execution of the tasks given by foreign mentor

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Further information

Course may be repeated

Schedule for winter semester 2023/2024:

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Schedule for summer semester 2023/2024:

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