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Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola

Course 2019-2020

Admission period open

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Film Archive Studies

Training on restoration and preservation of the cinematic and audio-visual heritage

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Film Curating Studies

Training in the conceptualisation and full development in cinema arts

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Filmmaking Studies

Training in the practical research in making films or artistic audio-visual work

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EQZE Campus

Film Archive Studies

Juana Suárez

Meeting with Juana Suarez, the Director of the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program at the New York University

March 21

Core subjects

Harkaitz Cano

"No more films"

March 25 > March 29

Filmmaking Studies

Mariano Llinás

Analysis on form and functions of the voice-over

April 1 > April 5

2018-2019 Course

21-03-2019 - 19:00

Hidden Figures

Theodore Melfi (USA, 2016, 127 min) Tabakalera | Cinema - Screen 1

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22-03-2019 - 19:00

Djon Africa

Filipa Reis & João Miller (Portugal, 2016, 96 min) Tabakalera | Cinema - Screen 1

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22-03-2019 - 20:00

Annihilation

Alex Garland (UK-USA, 2018, 115 min) Tabakalera | Cinema - Screen 1

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24-03-2019 - 19:00

Histories of Cinema

19:00 Introduction: Santos Zunzunegui / 20:00 Pickpocket (Robert Bresson, France, 1959,...

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29-03-2019 - 19:00

Passe-montagne

Jean-François Stévenin (France, 1978, 113 min.) Tabakalera | Cine - sala 1

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Postgraduate studies

Film Preservation Studies

Training on restoration and preservation of the cinematic and audio-visual heritage

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Film Curating Studies

Training in the conceptualisation and full development in cinema and audio-visual arts

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Filmmaking Studies

Training in the practical research in making films or artistic audio-visual work

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Programmes

Histories of Cinema

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Cinema en curs

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Cinema and technology group

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Ikusmira Berriak

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More information

One constellation

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The school

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Studies

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Research

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"We make Jorge Oteiza’s ideas on the regenerative power of aesthetic education and the desire for unity that Walter Gropius developed at the Bauhaus our own, and in our case we extend these to our teaching and film praxis".

Carlos Muguiro (director of Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola)

"We continue to perceive education as a technical plan for trades/occupations, in narrow areas of special knowledge or a particular way of earning a living materially. (...) But there is no calculation or protection for the fundamental teaching of a spiritual sensibility that we need to live together in our time".

Jorge Oteiza

"The way of teaching responds to the essence of the workshop: organic creation developed from craft skills. Avoiding any rigidity; giving priority to the creative activity; freedom of individuality, but rigorous study".

Walter Gropius

"Your film: let people feel the heart and soul there, but let it be made like handwork".

Robert Bresson

"To love a painting, you must be a potential painter, if not, you cannot love; and, in truth, to love a film, you must be a potential film maker; you must say: I would have done this or that; a person must make films themselves, even if only in the imagination, but it must be done, if not, they are not worthy of going to the cinema".

Jean Renoir

"Cinema must find its own way to express a series of thoughts; a way that only belongs to cinema".

Andrei Tarkovsky

"Art cannot be taught, art is discovered, it is experienced. Art it is transmitted in different ways to achieve a single understanding, sometimes with no dialogue whatsoever".

Alain Bergala

"There is no language. There is no art. There is no knowledge. There is but film as film: the beginning and the eternal moment".

Gregory J. Markopoulos