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Film Studies: Screenplay, Filmmaking, and Research (SKI)

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Program Objective
The program aims to provide students with a) knowledge in various fields of audio-visual content and cinema production, with theoretical and practical skills in a wide variety of subjects, b) high-quality tertiary distance education, not only in “conventional” cinema-related subjects, but also further investigating issues of cinematic language and narratives, and c) animation skills.

Program General Description
The undergraduate study program (USP) Film Studies: Screenplay, Filmmaking, and Research” aims to teach students the knowledge and skills required to seek employment in various fields of audio-visual and cinematic productions, by providing them with both theoretical and practical skills in a wide variety of subjects, while also providing pioneering, high-quality distance tertiary education in “conventional” cinema-related subjects and in-depth education on aspects of cinematic language and narratives, directing, filmmaking practices and animation skills.  

The program is linear, with a duration of four academic terms organized in 8 semesters. Students are admitted into the program every semester. To complete the program, the total number of ECTS credits students must earn are at least 240. The 240 ECTS credits are the sum total of a combination of units that under no circumstances may exceed 29.

Minimum Duration of Studies: 4 academic terms, i.e. 8 academic semesters.

Study Program ECTS Credits: 240 ECTS

UNESCO ISCED-2011 Classification:

  • According to education level: 6

UNESCO ISCED-2013 Classification:

  • According to field of education: 0211 – Audio-visual techniques and media production

Language of instruction: The language of instruction of the programme is Greek.

 

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of their studies, students will possess the skills required to: 

  • create any form of audio-visual project 
  • direct a brief/medium-duration audio-visual project, in any genre 
  • author cinematic scripts 
  • design the stages of an audio-visual production 
  • know the history of cinema from its beginnings to the present day 
  • apply their theoretical knowledge of cinema in audio-visual productions
  • compose an audio-visual work through editing techniques 
  • create visual compositions through the use of cameras and lighting 
  • create the frame and lighting of a scene 
  • design movement in a work of animation 
  • create audio-visual works for educational purposes
  • utilize all the alternative forms of communication and technology for the creation of audio-visual productions

The USP accepts graduates of High Schools or holders of corresponding or similar secondary education degrees earned either abroad or in Greece.

Knowledge of a foreign language as well as familiarity with the use of computers, e-mail, and the Internet will significantly facilitate participation in the program.

The undergraduate study program “Film Studies: Screenplay, Film-making, and Research” (SKI) is organized into eight (8) academic semesters – i.e. four (4) academic terms – which include:

  1. thirty-one (31) Course Module (C.M.): eight (8) Mandatory, twenty-one (21) Elective, and two (2) Mandatory elective.
  2. Fifteen (15) Laboratory Course Module (L.C.M.): seven (7) Mandatory and eight (8) Elective.

The total number of academic credits (ECTS) required to earn the degree are 240 ECTS, comprising the sum of a combination of no more than 29 total C.M. and L.C.M.

From the 4th semester onwards, students may select elective C.M. or L.C.M. The ECTS value of the C.M. and L.C.M. selected per semester must be equal or close to 30.

Elective C.M. and L.C.M. must contain a minimum of 10 enrolled students to form classes.

 

The Program is organized per term and semester as follows:

 1st Academic Term 

1st Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI10

History of Cinema I: Overview of the history and development of the art of cinema up to the mid-20th century

(M¹, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI11

Film Theory I: Philosophy of images and audio-visual compositions

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI12

Screenplay I: Dramatic Narration

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI13

(L.C.M.)

Direction I: Basic audio-visual narrative tools and techniques. Filming preparation and practices

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

2nd Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI20

History of Cinema II: Overview of the history and development of the art of cinema from the mid-20th century to the present

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI21

Screenplay II: Characters in cinematic narratives

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI22

(L.C.M.)

Direction II: The film creation process. Examination of the plot chronology and non-linear narrative techniques

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI23

(L.C.M.)

Editing I: Introduction to the fundamental principles of editing

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

 

2nd Academic Term 

3rd Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI30

History of Cinema III: Comparative study of currents and schools (Hollywood and the Russian Avant-garde)

(M¹, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI31

(L.C.M.)

Photography direction I: Introduction to the principles of cinematic visual storytelling. Static photography, static image processing, cinematic equipment

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI32

Screenplay III: Short film screenplays

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI33

(L.C.M.)

Direction III: Directing narrative scenes and creating drama

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

4th Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI40

Screenplay IV: Cinematic genre screenplays

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI41

(L.C.M.)

Direction IV: From page to Screen. Sequences that form a narrative arc.

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI42

(L.C.M.)

Editing II: Audio and video editing. Aesthetic parameters, dialog, and practical applications.

(M, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI43

History of Cinema IV: Nouvelle vague, avant-garde cinema, and broader forms of transcending reality

(E², 7.5 ECTS)

SKI44

Film Theory II: Cinema and Psychoanalysis. Dreams as a mechanism and their relation with film writing and experience

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI45

Animation I: Film graphic design and basic principles of animation

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

 

3rd Academic Term 

5th Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI50

(L.C.M.)

Direction V: Documentary, experimental film, “avant-garde”, and non-linear film direction

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI51

(L.C.M.)

Photography direction II: Frame composition – camera movement – color

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI52

(L.C.M.)

Sound and sound design

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI53

Screenplay V: Adapted screenplays

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI54

Animation II: CGI – 3D design, animation, rendering

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI55

History of Cinema V: Italian neorealism

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI56

Film Theory III: Self-referentiality, intertextuality, defamiliarization, estrangement

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI57

Cinema and Anthropology

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

6th Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI60

(L.C.M.)

Direction VI: Film acting – actor direction

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI61

Screenplay VI: Television screenplays

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI62

(L.C.M.)

Photography direction III: Complex conditions – filters – advanced natural and artificial lighting conditions

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI63

Scenography – costume design

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI64

(L.C.M.)

Editing III: Editing as a defining aspect of style

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI65

Production I: Stages in the production of audio-visual projects

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI66

History of Cinema VI: Films as historical documents and the director’s perspective

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI67

Film Theory IV: Semiotics of cinema. Theories of film text analysis and their evolution

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI68

Animation III: Digital kinesiology – basic principles and techniques of animation – advanced rendering techniques

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

 

4th Academic Term 

7th Semester

Cod.

C.M./L.C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI70

Screenplay VII: Feature-length film screenplays

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI71

(L.C.M.)

Direction VII: Cinema and Music, structural similarities

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI72

(L.C.M.)

Editing IV: Post-production and special effects

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI73

Short-form film cultures

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI74

Animation IV: Advanced 3D animation techniques

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI75

Production II: Development of audio-visual projects – pitching – audio-visual production business planning

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI76

History of Cinema VΙΙ: From “Golfo” to the “Greek Weird Wave”. The history of Greek cinema

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI77

Film Theory V: The impact of digital technology and information technology on the creation, reception, and dissemination of audio-visual messages.

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

SKI78

New narrative approaches to audio-visual storytelling

(E, 7.5 ECTS)

8th Semester

Cod.

C.M. Title

Type, ECTS

SKI80

Research in cinematic narratives

(ME³, 30 ECTS)

SKI81

Cinematic project creation

(ME, 30 ECTS)

 

Notes:

M¹: Mandatory

E²: Elective

ME³: Mandatory elective

 

C.M./L.C.M. Selection Instructions

Students may select from one (1) to four (4) C.M./L.C.M. per semester (limit: 30 ECTS per semester).

When selecting C.M., students must first select all the available C.M./L.C.M. that belong to the previous semesters and then select C.M./L.C.M. belonging to the next semester.

For example, students who have successfully completed one (1) first-semester C.M. and wish to select four (4) second-semester C.M./L.C.M. must select the three (3) remaining first-semester C.M./L.C.M. and then one (1) from the second semester, etc.

In the 8th semester: Students who have successfully completed all the C.M./L.C.M. belonging to previous semesters must select either SKI80 or SKI81 (30 ECTS)

The minimum duration of studies for the program is four (4) academic terms.

The total number of academic credits (ECTS) required to earn the degree are 240 ECTS, comprising the sum of a combination of no more than 29 total C.M. and L.C.M.

Prerequisites for C.M./L.C.M. selection

Students may only select certain C.M./L.C.M. if they have successfully completed certain other C.M./L.C.M. More particularly:

−               SKI10 for SKI20

−               SKI12 for SKI21

−               SKI13 for SKI22

−               SKI20 for SKI30

−               SKI21 for SKI32

−               SKI22 for SKI33

−               SKI32 for SKI40

−               SKI33 for SKI41

−               SKI23 for SKI42

−               SKI30 for SKI43

−               SKI11 for SKI44

−               SKI41 for SKI50

−               SKI31 for SKI51

−               SKI40 for SKI53

−               SKI45 for SKI54

−               SKI30 for SKI55

−               SKI11 for SKI56

−               SKI41 for SKI60

−               SKI40 for SKI61

−               SKI51 for SKI62

−               SKI31 for SKI63

−               SKI42 for SKI64

−               SKI30 for SKI66

−               SKI11 for SKI67

−               SKI54 for SKI68

−               SKI32 for SKI70

−               SKI41 for SKI71

−               SKI64 for SKI72

−               SKI68 for SKI74

−               SKI65 for SKI75

−               SKI30 for SKI76

−               SKI11 for SKI77

 

Academic Oversight Committee

Stylianos Zerefos, Professor, H.O.U. School of Applied Arts and Sustainable Design.

Antigoni Vlavianou-Detzortzi, Assoc. Professor, H.O.U. School of Humanities.

Ioannis Kalavrouziotis, Professor, Chairman of the H.O.U. Steering Committee.

Giannis Sakaridis, Director of the Drama International Short Film Festival.

Spyridon Siakas, Asst. Professor, Department of Graphic Design and Visual Communication, University of West Attica.

The undergraduate study program “Film Studies: Screenplay, Film-making, and Research” (SKI) is organized into eight (8) academic semesters – i.e. four (4) academic terms – which include:

thirty-one (31) Course Module (C.M.): eight (8) Mandatory, twenty-one (21) Elective, and two (2) Mandatory elective.

Fifteen (15) Laboratory Course Module (L.C.M.): seven (7) Mandatory and eight (8) Elective.

The total number of academic credits (ECTS) required to earn the degree are 240 ECTS, comprising the sum of a combination of no more than 29 total C.M. and L.C.M.

The financial obligations of students concerning  the Undergraduate Study Programme is as follows: €230 per Module (with 7.5 ECTS), €500 per Module (with 30 ECTS) and €280 per Laboratory Module.

According to the above, for the completion of the programme, students must choose eight (8) Modules  with 7.5 ECTS, one (1) Module with 30 ECTS, seven (7) Laboratory Modules, thirteen (13) Modules and Laboratory Modules (21 Modules and 8 elective Laboratory Modules out of a total respectively).

Therefore, the total fees for the Undergraduate Study Programme  based on the Modules/Laboratory Modules selection varies from €7,290 to €7,690.

Contact Information

Student Register Office:

Telephone number: 2610 367313 – E-mail: ski@eap.gr

Student Support Office

Telephone number: 2610 367600 – E-mail: info@eap.gr   

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