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Ferrari Legend Fiat Abarth - Reparto Corse Rally. Scuderia Ferrari Colours of Speed - 50 Jahre Porsche Porsche - Laurent Gauvin. All these short films were given their world premiere at the Lido during the 70th Festival. The Cinema in the Garden was the new section in the line-up that included films, talks and visions at the Casino garden. The 73rd Venice Film Festival presented two important new features in : the new market called Venice Production Bridge and the enhancement of the Cinema nel Giardino section; the VPB focused in particular on the presentation and exchange of original projects for films and works in progress, so as to foster their development and production; a brand new seat screening theatre was made for the Cinema nel Giardino: screenings were preceded or followed by encounters and discussions with directors, stars and personalities in the fields of art and culture.
Moreover, the VR Theatre was a new space used from Sept. The section Venice Virtual Reality was significantly improved by launching a new competition dedicated to works in virtual reality, whose Jury was chaired by John Landis. The Venice Virtual Reality took place in the small island of the Lazzaretto Vecchio, with stand ups, installations and the VR Theater available for accredited visitors. Using archive materials, the English journalist developed in seven chapters, featuring photographs, an introduction to the events of the Festival, retracing transformations, setbacks and rebirths, year after year, from up to the present day.
Also published the catalogue of the exhibition, Il Cinema in Mostra — Volti e immagini dalla Mostra Internazionale d'Arte Cinematografica , set up in the historic Hotel des Bains at Venice Lido which was reopened to the public for the occasion. The catalogue is a story by images, a collection of posters, film frames, and vintage photographs that immortalise the stars, the public and the iconic places of the Festival. The 75th edition also featured the Venice Virtual Reality section at the Lazzaretto Vecchio island, the three Biennale College Cinema feature films, and the market activities of the Venice Production Bridge.
He embarked on a double course of action. In addition to the Golden Lion we had the Lion of the Year aimed to highlight debut films and fringe feature films, as well as works comparable to genres and current productions, with innovative intentions and creative originality. Director Alexander Kluge, who was also born in and the winner in Venice of two Golden Lions and one Silver Lion, prepared a special retrospective program on the last 75 years in the history of cinema.
A special award was created, the Golden Lion of the 75th edition, and presented to Bernardo Bertolucci. The retrospective section was dedicated to Spaghetti Western and presented 40 famous film belonging to that genre. The These Phantoms: Italian Cinema Rediscovered retrospective was curated by Tatti Sanguineti and Sergio Toffetti and comprised the screening of about 30 films made during the three finest decades of Italian cinema. The edition saw the Orizzonti section thrown open to a vast range of productions.
Even more so than in previous years, Orizzonti became the reference section for the more innovative and experimental filmmakers. The whole walkway leading from the Hotel Excelsior to the Casino Palace was refurbished. The Lion's Bar was completely redeveloped focusing on quality design also for the adjacent areas.
Italian filmmaker Marco Bellocchio, among the most influential directors in the Italian filmmaking industry and one of the undisputed masters of contemporary cinema, was awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. The Persol 3D award went to the Zapruder Filmmakers Group, which, for many years, had been exploring the possibilities of stereoscopic film for the production of films and installations that borrow the techniques of 3-D cinema.
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This controversial decision kindled heated debate between the public and experts, with shades of the '50s when the juries apparently ignored Visconti's films. Likewise the great surprise of the following year, Raise the Red Lantern by Chinese director Zhang Yimou, did not succeed in winning the Golden Lion it went instead to Michalkov's Urga , however the last Festival directed by Biraghi was distinguished by a broad variety in selection, and the inclusion of young American talent such as Spike Lee and Gus Van Sant.
Filmmaker Gillo Pontecorvo nominated Curator in then appointed Director until , the director of La battaglia di Algeri, took up office with three decrees: make Venice the capital of quality filmmaking, bring the great directors and film stars back to the Lido, and revitalise the Palazzo del Cinema zone with young people. Pontecorvo succeeded in his intentions through a remarkable series of events and initiatives. During the years of his mandate Venice hosted the "Auteurs' Assise" , numerous seminars were held and the U.
World Union of Auteurs was founded. One of the innovations introduced by Pontecorvo was the landmark section "Finestra sulle immagini", a lively workshop of film and video, shorts, medium length and feature films, animation, anything new and unusual on offer from audio-visual production. At this time a vast marquee was also erected in Via Sandro Gallo to host the ever-increasing members of the public for the Festival screenings.
In , Alberto Barbera was appointed as director of the festival.
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He took up the position until It took Carlo Lizzani , director from to , to win back international prestige for the Festival, flanking films in competition with significant retrospectives, sections devoted to experimentation "Officina" and most importantly the new section "Mezzogiorno-Mezzanotte" devoted to spectacular films Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark and E. The formula inaugurated by the Lizzani-Ungari duo was to become a model for festivals throughout the world. Over these years Venice helped establish New German Cinema throughout the world. Filmmakers such as Wim Wenders and Margarethe Von Trotta the first woman to win the Golden Lion received the highest recognition at the Festival, Rainer Werner Fassbinder's Berlin Alexanderplatz was screened in episodes to great acclaim while the controversial Querelle de Brest, presented in '82, a matter of months after the death of the director, divided the jury when it did not win the Golden Lion.
The new course was consolidated in , under the direction of Gian Luigi Rondi.
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Starting from the first year, students practise various types of shooting. Under the direction of professional teachers, the student learns to use the technical tools of picture and sound, and discovers both exterior and interior shooting techniques. The purpose of these exercises is to put theoretical knowledge — shot values and camera movements — in practice. Being quite diversified and regularly increasing in difficulty, those exercises are meant to improve, through several successive stages, the technical skills that are necessary to the shooting of an short film at the end of the term.
Second year shootings. For students of the Television Department, shootings are directly associated with the end-of-study film : studio shooting, fiction shooting, live report shooting, lay-out shooting, etc. The association of all these types of shootings is meant to train the student to the making of a coherent television magazine or documentary film shot in professional conditions. While supervised by the teaching team, the films are made by the students under their own final responsibility. The Cinema Department is the only one using argentic film. This workshop recreates, through its teachings, the professional conditions of a full-length film shooting, sound recording and studio lighting.
Following this full-scale exercise, students will make a new short film both in natural sets and in studio. Based on a less strict schedule of conditions, this shooting allows the student to express his or her creativity to a larger extent. The professional studio. It is available to students for all their shooting exercises, including the films they make at the end of each cycle. This studio may be rented to third party companies. It may also be lent to graduate students as part of the support brought by the school to their personal projects.
Legally registered with the National Center of Cinematography, it may receive financial aids for its projects. It co-produces, with other companies, the end-of-term films of the Cinema Department. Internally, it produces the creations of the Television Department. Production Workshop. Outside applicants upon study of their file. Scriptwriting Workshop. Documentary Workshop. ESEC takes part in the professional integration of its graduates through required internships at the end of their studies. This internship may take place within a year end shoot organized by the school, or outside the school.
In this case, ESEC signs agreements and conventions with productions companies, television networks, audiovisual program companies, and cultural institutions.
The Preparatory course takes place over one year from October to July. It concludes with the evalutation process which gives students access to the second year, and with counciling sessions, during early July, in order to determine which workshop the student will integrate during the second year. It concludes with professional internships which will validate access to the diploma.
The internships may last until the month of December. Latest date of application.
The period of application may be closed without any forewarning. As a rule, the school replies to application forms within 8 days. Notre site utilise des cookies pour faciliter le bon fonctionnement de certains services.
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