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Film Literacy in Italy at the Age of Intermediality

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My talk at 2012 Udine Filmforum (Italy) titled "How to learn cinema?" about the italian new audiovisual curriculum introduced in 2010 upper secondary school reform. Its nature, its roots, its …

My talk at 2012 Udine Filmforum (Italy) titled "How to learn cinema?" about the italian new audiovisual curriculum introduced in 2010 upper secondary school reform. Its nature, its roots, its potentialities. Presentation of the national and european framework in which this new item is introduced.

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  • 1. FILM LITERACY IN ITALY ATTHE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 2. SECTION 1European and national framework
  • 3. 2. National programme for the Promotion of Film and Audiovisual Language 1999 MIUR DiCoSpeEx-IRRSAE Università Scuola Nazionale Roma Tre Di Cinema National programme for the Promotion of Film and Audiovisual Language (Piano Nazionale per la Promozione della Didattica del Linguaggio Cinematografico e Audiovisivo) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 4. 3. Cined@ys 2002 1500 200 24European films cities countries Netd@ys Europe 30.000 European schools _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 5. 4. Secondary Upper School Reform 2010 Fine Arts High School (Liceo Artistico) “Audiovisual and Multimedia” (“Audiovisivo e Multimedia”) Audiovisual and Multimedia Audiovisual and Multimedia Literacy Laboratory (Discipline Audiovisive e (Laboratorio Audiovisivo e Multimediali) Multimediale)III-IV: 6 hours/week (198 hours/year) III-IV: 6 hours/week (198 hours/year) V: 6 hours/week (198 hours/year) V: 8 hours/week (264 hours/year) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 6. 5. “Film and Audiovisual Language” «School educates the student of nowadays to those disciplinary fields which would correspond to the operative field of the citizen of tomorrow, except the one in which he is irrevocably thrown since the very beginning ofhis life and more and more he will be: the universe of messages, communications and audiovisual storytelling; the universe whose specific language is the real indo-European of audiovisual media, the “Ursprache” from which every sub-language of communication by moving sound images come, from the tv language to the internet one» (Lino Miccichè, 2000-2001) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 7. 6. “Digital Revolution” «Nowadays children and young people are sons to a digital era in whichthe use of technologies and audiovisual tools are embodied in everyday life, built around a reassessment of the sources of information [...] On the other side, the diffusion of audiovisual technologies in mobile communications and its recent evolutions, and the immediacy of the diffusion of smaller or greater audiovisual performances on the web, has placed all of us, youth workers in front of a brand new horizon» (Antonella Di Nocera in D’Avascio-Di Nocera, 2010: 12-13) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 8. 7. “EFA 2009” «The discussions have led the participants to call onto the member state of the European Union to include film, like literature, in the school curricula and to teach students who live in a world dominated by images, from primary school on, about the grammarof the moving image just as they are taught the grammar of the written word» (EFA) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 9. SECTION 2 Guidelines of the reformednational audiovisual curriculum
  • 10. 8. “a double skill: linguistic / synthetic approach”Audiovisual and Multimedia Literacy Audiovisual and Multimedia Laboratory (Discipline Audiovisive e (Laboratorio Audiovisivo e Multimediali) Multimediale) National Guidelines (Indicazioni Nazionali) Particular Learning Goals (Obiettivi Specifici di Apprendimento) Disciplinary Areas Declarations - Disciplinary fields (Aree disciplinari, settori artistico-disciplinari, declaratorie e campi disciplinari di competenza) LINGUISTIC SYNTHETIC -Humanistic (APPROACHES) - Scientific -Theoretical -Practical - Historical - Technical - Aesthetic - Operational _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 11. 9. ”Audiovisual and Multimedia literacy course”: linguistic skills” «practices related to the elaboration of an audiovisual product will be conducted, pointing out the concept, expressive and communicative elements, through the acquisition of knowledge about frame managing (plan, angles of shot), time, movement, color, light» (National Gudelines) «whoever will teach Audiovisual Disciplines must be able to provide knowledge about: basic elements of film and audiovisual language, knowledge about the birth of photography and pioneer discoveries and pre-cinematographic machines, knowledge in film analysis even in original version, knowledge in the analysis of films from early cinema, silent cinema and avant-garde, understanding about forms of film and Tv narration» (extracts from Atto Ministeriale n° 2735 named “Aree disciplinari, settori artistico-disciplinari, declaratorie e campi disciplinari di competenza” (Disciplinary Areas, Declarations and disciplinary fields) (http://attiministeriali.miur.it/UserFiles/2735.pdf) In the “Letter by CUC member (Cinema University Council) Giacomo Manzoli to the President”http://cineconsulta.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/riconoscimentolart06-lettera-al-presidente-cuc.pdf) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 12. 10. Plural identities of cinema in literacy practice: film and audiovisual «Film as representative art form in modern age, in Twentieth Century; film as generative matrix of other contemporary audiovisual forms; film as performative, “liminal” genre; film as cultural practice playing a role in building up the identity of further audiovisual media, even in the remediation of its relationship with the Net in its influences on spectatorship, performativity, interactivity; film as scientific environment and, at the same time, discipline with a widely open epistemological status». (Angela Gregorini in Chiozzi, 2009: 56) CINEMA FILM AUDIOVISUAL - Cultural Heritage - Practical actions - History of cinema - Film and audiovisual - Authorship Language - Literacy methods _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 13. 11. “Film as heritage: cent films pour une culture alternative” «les enfants et les jeunes d’aujourd’hui ont de moins en moins de chancesde rencontrer dans leur vie sociale normale d’autres films que ceux du “mainstream” de la consommation courante. L’école (et les dispositifs qui lui sont liés) est le dernier lieu ou cette rencontre peut encore avoir lieu. Il est donc plus que jamais dans sa mission de faciliter l’accès– de façon simple et permanente – à une collection d’oeuvres donnant une haute idée, non démagogique, de ce qu’a pu produire de mieux le cinéma, et tout le cinéma»nowadays children and young people have less possibilities to meet, in their ordinary life, other films than the mainstream ones, those who consider them as consumers.School, and the dispositifs linked to it, is the last place where this meeting can happen. School finds out more than ever in front of the aim to ease, in a simple and definitiveway, the access to film heritage giving back a high, noble, non-demagogic conception of what cinema, the cinema from all the ages and from the whole world, has given to human society. (Alain Bergala, 2006: 89-90) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 14. SECTION 3Conclusions
  • 15. 12. conclusions: CREATIVE EUROPE 2014-2020 CREATIVE EUROPE PROGRAMME _______________________________________FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 16. 13. conclusions: EUROPE FILM LITERACY SURVEY 2012 EU Film Literacy Tender Call EAC/14/2011 EUROPE: BFI, Department of Education ITALY: DiCoSpe – Roma Tre UniversityDepartmental Board for Film and Audiovisual Literacy in Upper Secondary School FINAL REPORT – SEP-OCT 2012 _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)
  • 17. 14. conclusions: the incoming/outcoming teaching/learning chain professional training and development chain: from university to high school teaching Film and Performing Arts Disciplinary Areas Declarations Departments Disciplinary fields (Aree disciplinari, (Dipartimenti settori artistico-disciplinari,Comunicazione e Spettacolo e affini) declaratorie e campi disciplinari di competenza) incoming audiovisual curriculum and balancing Between secondary Upper School and High Formation National Guidelines Film and Performing Arts (Indicazioni Nazionali) Departments Particular Learning Goals (Dipartimenti (Obiettivi Specifici di Comunicazione e Spettacolo e affini) Apprendimento) _______________________________________ FILM LITERACY IN ITALY AT THE AGE OF INTERMEDIALITY Udine, 2012, March, 20-22 Simone Moraldi (DiCoSpe - University of Roma Tre)