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ŠKOLA ANGAŽOVANOG KINA

Škola angažovanog kina* je obrazovni program koji se organizuje u Beogradu i traje od aprila do decembra 2018. godine. Namera škole je da ponudi uvid u osnovne teorijske koncepte i praktične moduse, te istorijat pokretnih slika koje su reprezentovale, podržavale ili učestvovale u različitim aspektima istorijskih i savremenih društvenih borbi. Organizovana kao platforma za kolektivni rad i razmenu znanja, Škola angažovanog kina istovremeno sprovodi i kritiku dominantnog diskursa i proizvodnog modela industrije pokretnih slika.

Motivacija za pokretanjem kontinuiranog obrazovanog programa ovog tipa nalazi se u potrebi za generisanjem, uspostavljanjem i vidljivošću kritičkog odnosa i angažovanog pristupa u sve više komercijalizovanom obrazovanom sistemu i transformisanom političkom i javnom polju.

Škola je besplatna i zatvorenog je tipa, podrazumeva pripreme, zadatu literaturu i spremnost za učešće u kolektivnom radu. Broj polaznika/ca je ograničen a izbor baziran na predznanju digitalne montaže i iskustvu u proizvodnji pokretnih slika sa društvenom tematikom. Javna predavanja i projekcije pozvanih gostiju-predavača/ica, koje su deo ovogodišnjeg kurikuluma, otvoreni su za javnost.

Projekat Škola angažovanog kina prema zamisli umetničkog dua Doplgenger realizuje udruženje Transimage u saradnji sa Akademskim filmskim centrom Doma kulture Studentski grad i uz podršku fondacije Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe.

* Kino je složeni entitet i odnosi se na medij pokretne slike kao koncepta (namera i mogućnost) i njegovu praktičnu realizaciju. Kino podrazumeva i zamisao i tehnologiju, konceptualni i mehanizovani rad, predstavlja neodvojivost ideje i materije, prakse i teorije, narativa i kinematografskog aparata. Kino se odnosi i na Kino-Pravdu (“Filmska istina”), seriju filmskih žurnala koju su realizovali Dziga Vertov, Elizaveta Svilova i Mikhail Kaufman. Serija od 23 izdanja predstavlja fragmente sovjetske aktuelnosti tokom dvadesetih godina 20. veka.

 

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SCHOOL OF ENGAGED KINO*

 is an educational program that is organized in Belgrade and lasts from April to December 2018. The intention of the school is to provide insight into the basic theoretical concepts and practical modes, and the history of moving images that have represented, supported or participated in various aspects of historical and contemporary social struggles. Organized as a platform for collective work and knowledge sharing, the School of Engaged Kino simultaneously conducts a critique of the dominant discourse and production model of the image industry.

The motivation for establishing a continuously educated program of this type lies in the need to generate, establish and to make visible the critical relationship and engaged approach in increasingly commercialized educational system and transformed political and public fields.

The school is free and closed type, it means preparation, given literature and willingness to participate in collective work. The number of participants is limited and the choice is based on their knowledge of digital editing and experience in the production of moving images with social topics. Public lectures and projections of invited guest lecturers, as part of this year’s curriculum, are open to the public.

The project School of Engaged Kino, according to the idea of ​​the artistic duo Doplgenger, is realized by the Transimage platform in cooperation with the Academic Film Center of the Cultural Center Students’ City and with the support of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe Foundation.

 

* Kino is the complex entity and refers both to the moving image medium as a concept (intention and possibility) and to its practical realization. Kino brings together thought and technology, conceptual and mechanized labor, it stands for inseparability of idea and matter, practice and theory, narrative and cinematographic apparatus. Kino refers as well to Kino-Pravda (“Film Truth”), a newsreel series realized by Dziga Vertov, Elizaveta Svilova, and Mikhail Kaufman. The series of 23 issues represent fragments of Soviet actuality during the 1920s.

 

 

 

 

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