History of Italian Cinema from Neorealism to the present
This course will deal with the development of Italian cinema from Neorealism to the present time with a particular reference to directors such
us Rossellini, De Sica, Visconti, Pasolini, Antonioni, Fellini and of their movies and masterpieces. Students will focus on the techniques, symbolisms and language used in the films produced in this period. Different genre of famous movies will be compared and analyzed.
The course also includes the visit to the International Museum of Cinema in Rome and to “Cinecittà Studios”.
4 weeks/ 60 lessons (each lesson: 45 minutes)
15 lessons per week/ 3 lessons a day from Monday to Friday
On site visits: 1 guided tour to the International Museum of Cinema in Rome and to “Cinecittà Studios”.
Number of credits: 3 credits
At the completion of this course, participants will:
- Learn about the Neoralism and Modernism in Italian cinema
- Learn to examine the cultural and political issues of Italian society through famous films
- Learn about the main “Film Festivals” in Italy
- Learn how to watch critically a film and to write about it
Attendance (20%), Course participation ( 5%) Assignments ( 3 short papers- 10%) Mid-term exam (15%), Oral presentation (10%), Final exam (40%)
Professors and Instructors: This course will be taught by Professors with MA or PHD in Italian Cinema.
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Students can apply through their home institution’s study abroad office or through our affiliate institution.
We advise students to visit their home institution’s study abroad office to determine the preferred method of enrollment.
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