Film Production and History of Spanish Film in Spain
Summer Session I 2012 - 6 credits
May 28 - to June 29, 2012
This 6-credit course features the study and hands on use of a RED digital cinema camera package in the making of a group production. Additionally, each student will direct a short HD film (narrative or documentary) using actors and locations in and around the city of Alicante. Several workshops in advance production techniques will be held including lighting, sound, make-up and wardrobe. A historical examination of Spanish Cinema will immerse students in "European" cinema.
One excursion is included in the program fee.
Both courses will be lead by Professor Talavera of the University of Miami and a host of Spanish industry professionals.
Students are provided with shared rooms (double occupancy) during their stay at Alicante. Each suite has two rooms and contains a common kitchen and clothes washer. The apartment building has both a pool and a hot tub and is walking distance from the school and the beach.
Meals: Meals are provided both at the apartment complex and at the school depending on class and film production schedules. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided each and everyday and are included in the program fee.
Any flight that arrives into Alicante on May 27th.
-All breakfast and Lunches
-Equipment for production
-On-site program support
The following are NOT included in the program fee:
-$9228 for 6 credits undergraduate tuition.
-Anything not mentioned above.
$500 by Feb 1st
All fees should be made payable to the University of Miami.
A non-refundable deposit of $500 is required by Feb 1st, 2012. Please bring directly to Erica Moussa in Allen Hall.
Please note that the course has a maximum enrollment of 12 students and in all likelihood will reach capacity before February.
For Further Information:
--To Apply to the Program--
1) Completed UM Course Abroad Application
Drop it off with
Professor Ed Talavera
4th Floor, Wolfson Building
Motion Pictures Office
2) Professor Talavera will review applications and accept applicants.
3) You will receive an email informing you that you have been accepted into the program.
4) Complete and return post-acceptance forms by the due dates listed on the forms:
Visit for more information and form that will be required:
5) Full payment for program must be made before the start of the program.
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