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SCREEN STUDIES PROGRAM

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Screen Studies Program

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The Screen Studies programme is a bilingual pathway . The globalisation of content and audiences, as well as the proliferation of multinational communication companies, has led to a high demand for graduates capable of addressing international and multicultural audiences. For this reason, School Communication offers the possibility of studying the Degree in Audiovisual Communication + Screen Studies in order to prepare communication professionals with an international profile .

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Performing Arts Production Programme

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The Degree in Audiovisual Communication can be fill in with its own degree scroll : the Performing Arts Production Program, a program that prepares for leadership and management in the performing arts. It is also compatible with the Screen Studies Program.

What will you learn?

In your first year with the subject Introduction to the performing arts you will have a first contact with the different performing categories from the most relevant artists and professionals in the sector.

In the 2nd year you will Stage Management to acquire both theoretical and practical knowledge of how a stage production is structured, planned and carried out or how a stage space is managed.

During the third year, the subject design stage approaches you to scenic elements such as costumes, construction, props, lighting and visual projections.

In the 4th year, the subject Sale and promotion of the performing artswhich explores in greater depth the business side of the performing arts, the various business models and the possibilities of commercial exploitation.

You will be able to work as...

  • Producer and distributor of performing arts.

  • consultant and cultural arts manager.

  • coordinator professional cultural events.

  • Administrator and manager of performing arts venues.

  • Performing arts critic.

  • Director stage manager.

  • Scenic designer or set designer (traditional scenography, virtual scenography, audiovisual scenography).

  • Playwright and adaptive screenwriter.

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MANDATORY PROGRAMME: 12 ECTS credit + 1 ECTS credit Workshop

SUBJECT / SUBJECT

ECTS CREDIT

SEMESTER

YEAR

Introduction to the performing arts

3

Annual

Performing Arts Workshop (University of Navarra Museum)

1

 

1ST-4TH

Stage management

3

2

design scenic

3

1

Promotion and sale of performing arts

3

1

 

PROGRAMME OPTIONALS (choose up to 12 ECTS credit)

SUBJECT / SUBJECT

ECTS CREDIT

SEMESTER

YEAR

Communication and cultural criticism

3

2

3RD/4TH

Developing projects for performing arts

3

2

3RD/4TH

Acting and acting

3

1

3RD/4TH

Director of photography

3

2

3RD/4TH

design of sound

3

1

3RD/4TH

Fashion and artistic disciplines

3

1

3RD/4TH

Contemporary music

3

1

3RD/4TH

Internships in companies
Related to performing arts (it is necessary to enroll in the subject "Internships in companies")

3

1 o 2

3RD/4TH

Theatre workshop

3

2

3RD/4TH

The 6 ECTS credit of 1st ("Introduction to Performing Arts") and 2nd ("Stage Management") count out of the 240 ECTS credit of Degree.

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PRACTICAL TRAINING

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During the degree, students do practical work on series and programmes on a television set, shoot a documentary and a fiction short film, do introductory work on animation and transmedia narrative for the internet and write scripts for television and film.

In addition, as an end-of-yearproject Degree they produce a short fiction or documentary film, or an entertainment pilot, which is their first full project before making the leap to professional life. The Kino Awards were created in 1996 to celebrate these final year works. With these awards, the teachers and students of Degree in Audiovisual Communication celebrate this arrival at goal, which is a new starting point.

Every year, many professionals come to the classrooms to talk and help students with these tasks.

In order to be able to offer quality teaching in this Degree, the School of Communication offers its students facilities and physical resources that guarantee this quality. These include 17 classrooms for teaching, 9 rooms for development and analysis, 5 radio studios and 3 editing rooms, 6 audiovisual editing rooms and conference room for production control, 2 television sets, laboratory multimedia, 2 computer rooms, and a seminar room for economic information. In addition, the School has Media Room for the use of students (with 10 viewing equipment and a film collection of more than 2500 titles) and a sound library.

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