BA-degree, course is ONLY accessible to students in the Master Program Film and Photographic Studies
This course will examine both the ‘filmic turn’ in recent art practice (i.e. the so-called artist’s film) and current curatorial practices concerning the projected and moving image. The course will consist of a series of seminar meetings in which critical literature is examined and students develop their own academic research project, which may consist of a proposal for a film programme in collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Students will also be introduced to the professional field by means of visits to exhibitions and institutions for the presentation and research of moving images.
To develop skills of oral presentation;
To conduct archival research in the field of art and cinema;
To develop skills of academic and critical writing;
To aquire knowledge of the curatorial history of film exhibitions and programmes.
Weekly sessions of three hours and excursions.
Timetable on the website
Mode of instruction
Total course load for the course: 10 EC = 280 hours.
• Hours spent on attending lectures, seminars, excursions: 3 hours per week x 12 weeks = 36 hours
• Time to prepare three presentations: 18 hours
• Time for studying the compulsory literature: 66 hours
• Time to write two papers and comments: 160 hours
research paper (30%)
film programme proposal (60%)
In the case of a fail you are entitled to rewrite the paper and/or the proposal.
The final grade for the course is established by determining the weighted average
Blackboard will be used to provide students with an overview of current affairs, as well as specific information about (components of) the course.
Literature will be announced in Blackboard before the beginning of the course.
Registration Studeren à la carte and Contractonderwijs
Not accessible for à la carte or “Contractonderwijs”
Media Studies student administration, P.N. van Eyckhof 4, room 102C. Tel. 071 5272144; mail: .email@example.com.
Coordinator of studies: Mr. J. Donkers, MA, P.N. van Eyckhof 4, room 1.02b.