FILM CRITICISM WORKSHOP / THE LORD OF THE RINGS: SCENE-BY-SCENE FILM ANALYSIS
By : Boyd van Hoeij, Professional Film Critic (The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Indiewire).
Language : English
Duration : 150‘,90‘, 150‘, 150‘
Venue : Cercle Cité
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FILM CRITICISM WORKSHOP
Workshop on film criticism and grammar presented by Boyd van Hoeij – 24/02, 3/03, 4/03
This workshop is divided into three parts and tailored to the needs of the audience. In the first session, the participants will explore film grammar: how do films construct meaning through images, sounds and editing? In part two, they will discuss film criticism and examine, among other things, how to talk about films and film grammar. The third session offers practical advice and feedback for aspiring film writers.
The workshop will be conducted in English.
THE LORD OF THE RINGS: SCENE-BY-SCENE FILM ANALYSIS
Film Analysis Session using scenes taken from Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy as case study – 27/02
By: Boyd van Hoeij, Professional Film Critic (The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Indiewire).
Middle Earth is Ready for Its Close Up: A Cinematic Analysis of “The Lord of the Rings”
Interested in the visual world of director Peter Jackson, the Oscar-winning director behind the “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” adaptations? Or just curious about the different elements that go into making these movies — such as cinematography, production design, sound, editing, screenwriting and acting — and how they help create moods, meaning and emotions? Join us for an in-depth analysis of some of your favorite scenes from the series and help unravel how Middle Earth was brought to thrilling and epic life.
This workshop will be conducted in English, as part of the series of workshops on film criticism by Boyd van Hoeij. The Film Analysis Workshop can be attended independently of the other sessions.
• First session – Film Grammar: 24/02: 2.30pm – 5pm (2h30)
• "Film Analysis" Session: 27/02: 6pm (ca. 1h30)
• Second session – Film Criticism: 3/03: 2.30pm – 5pm (2h30)
• Third session – Feedback & Practical Advice: 4/03: 2.30pm – 5pm (2h30)