Price: FREE (includes refreshments and lunch) – refundable £10 deposit required
- Year: 2018
- Duration: 225min
- Certificate: UC
- Type: Courses & Workshops
Born of a collaboration between a European Union funded Erasmus+ project on Cinema and Hospitality and Broadway Cinema, this one-day course will explore the response of contemporary European fiction and documentary films to migration. In a world where migrants and refugees are either condemned to invisibility or forced into visibility on others’ terms (as objects for rejection or compassion), cinema has the power to ask us to see differently, to put ourselves in others’ shoes and to open a space for normally silenced voices. But it is also limited by its genres and forms and inequalities of access to filmmaking, distribution and exhibition. These are some of the issues that will be explored during the day using a fascinating range of important films such as ONCE, FIRE AT SEA, HUMAN FLOW and GOD'S OWN COUNTRY. The day will end with a free screening of THE MOVEMENT followed by a discussion of the issues raised in the film. Lunch will be provided. The course will be led by Martin O’Shaughnessy, Professor of Film Studies at Nottingham Trent, and Professor Ana Manzanas Calvo of the University of Salamanca but will also involve other invited participants.
Tutor: Martin O’Shaughnessy
Duration: One day course SAT 27 APR, 10.30AM-4.30PM
Price: FREE (includes refreshments and lunch) – a £10 deposit is required to secure a place which will be returned on arrival.
This course is a multiplier event for an EU funded project to develop a syllabus on Hospitality in Film.
PLEASE NOTE BOOKINGS ARE ONLY OPEN UNTIL 5PM ON WEDNESDAY 24 APRIL.
Terms and conditions
This is a one-day course taking place on Saturday 27 April from 10.30AM. When you arrive please report to the Box Office, where you will be given instructions on how to find the room by one of our members of staff. You will also be given a full refund of your £10 deposit upon arrival.
You are not required to bring anything with you to the first session except a pen and paper if you wish to take notes.
During the course, there will be two comfort breaks when complimentary tea and coffee will be served; and a lunch break where food will be provided. If you have any specific dietary requirements, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by 12noon on Friday 19 April.
Please note that we cannot refund courses within 10 working days of the start date, or after the course has started.
Should you require any further help with your booking please contact a member of the box office staff on 0115 952 6611 and they will be glad to help.