At the end of the workshop, you will have to request a certificate from the lecturer, which you will submit later to the Committee for Other Credits in the manner explained on the page dedicated to Other Activities. Remember that in order to obtain all CFUs, your absences must not exceed 25% of the total lab hours. I semester a.y. 2022/2023 Film festivals and the challenges of the digital age 2 CFU (50 hours between lectures and tutorials) Lecturer: Alice Arecco Start: October 19, 2022 Time: Wednesday 12-15 Where: Classroom R, Via Balbi 6 (ground floor) Methods: in-person. To register, send an e-mail to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org taking care to indicate as the subject "LABORATORY ENROLLMENT" and to specify first name last name, freshman, Course of Study, year of course. During the Lab, which consists of two modules of 1 CFU each, the history of major Italian and international film festivals will be traced, the changing role of festivals over the years, the current landscape and the growth of industry festivals will be illustrated. Festivals will be analyzed as a place for talent discovery, critical debate, promotion of a new cinema and heritage not to be forgotten, and as an opportunity for professionalization and training placements. But also, in the digital age we are living, as a place for the formation of new audiences and the opening of new frontiers, in terms of production, promotion and dissemination of quality cinema. Part of the workshop will be devoted to the creation of a film festival in agreement with CircuitoCinema of Genoa. Song languages, professional figures, and production mechanisms 1 CFU Lecturer: Claudia Pastorino Start: September 30, 2022 Timetable: Fridays 14-16 Where: classroom 7, Balbi Street 2 Methods: in-person. To register, send an email to the email address email@example.com taking care to indicate "LABORATORY ENROLLMENT" as the subject and specify first name, last name, freshman, Course of Study, year of course. The workshop will examine the artistic and cultural expression of song in Italy, Europe and the world. It will traverse the evolution of the recording industry, from its inception to the present day; it will look at the professional figures within and ancillary to the music and record business, production mechanisms, artistic self-entrepreneurship in the third millennium, artistic production both in the recording studio and in live concert, the songwriting profession, yesterday and today, with special reference to the "Genoese school". A number of historical-anthropological connections to the benèficial uses of song (slave song, prison song, work song, concentration songs, healing songs, shamanic healing songs, song creativity, therapeutic songwriting) will enrich the workshop path. Hearing the images, seeing the sounds: a journey between poetry for music, sounds and moving images 1 CFU Lecturer: Francesco Leprino Start: October 17, 2022 Timetable: classes will be held on Mondays, with this schedule: Lecture I: 4-6 pm II, III, IV, V lecture: 16-19 VI lecture: 4-6 pm Where: classroom 9, Via Balbi 2 Methods: in-person. To register, send an email by October 10 to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org taking care to indicate as the subject "LABORATORY ENROLLMENT" and specify first name last name, freshman, Course of Study, year of course. The objective of the workshop is to focus on the relationship between expressions that refer to concrete reality (the word and image in audiovisual contexts) and the ineffable sound of music. Tools of the workshop will be musical, filmic and video art quotations, through which to focus on the effects and affects that these linguistic intersections provoke on perception, critically reconstructing, through student feedback, the underlying creative processes and communicative mechanisms.