Mezinárodní aktivity

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Program

PROGRAM 18 January, Monday, 10:00 – 16:00

Is the cinematographer needed? Cinematographer’s skill in the story-telling

Opening speech – Géza M. Tóth, Rector (SZFE / Hungary)

10.00-11.30

János Vecsernyés – Is the cinematographer needed? (SZFE / Hungary)

Elen Lotman – How cinematography affects the audience's perceived empathy towards the characters (Baltic Film and Media School / Estonia)

Harriet Cox – Seeing the light (London Film School / United Kingdom)

12.00-13.30

Michael Keusch - The Cinematography: Story and Technology (film director / United States of America, Germany)

Gabriel Wagon – The role of Cinematographer in the VFX era (Ma’aleh Film and Media School / Israel)

Matt Skinner – Soul Cinematography (Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art | Design | Technology's / Ireland)

14.00-16.00

Gábor Szabó – Pictures aren't made in cameras, but behind the closed eyes of a DP (HSC / Hungary)

Discussion, Moderator: György Báron (SZFE / Hungary)

 

PROGRAM 19 January, Tuesday, 10:00 – 16:00

On the borders of story-telling. Puppet theatre education in the 21st century

Opening speech: Tibor Csizmadia, Head of the Institute of Theatre Arts (SZFE / Hungary)

10.00-12.00

Theoretical part

Prof. Ida Hledíková PhD - Puppetness in contemporary theatre (The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava / Slovakia)

Karol Suszczyński - While crossing too many borders, we forget where we come from (Academia Teatralna im. Aleksandra Zelwerowicza w Warszawie / Poland)

Géza Balogh - The puppeteer yesterday, today and tomorrow (Hungary)

12.30-14.00

Practical part

MgA. Tomáš Procházka - Noises and Visions. Puppet theatre influenced by experimental music and visual art (The Academy of Performing Arts in Prague / Czech Republic)

Dóra Gimesi - Versions of fairy tale: The practice of creative writing in the education of Hungarian puppeteers (SZFE / Hungary)

Konrad Dworakowski - Double tree – cross the border of imagination (Academia Teatralna im. Aleksandra Zelwerowicza w Warszawie / Poland)

14.30-16.00

Pedagogical part

MgA. Jiří Adámek, Ph.D - Student or young artist? Casuistry of searching the authentic creative expression (Czech Republic / Czech Republic)

Xiaoxin Wang - Educating Puppeteers in Chinese Stage and Screen. (Sanghai Theater Academy / China)

MgA. Katarína Aulitisová - Space as Inspiration and Ephemeral Expression Meanings (The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava / Slovakia)

Discussion, Moderator: Kata Csató (SZFE / Hungary)

19.00-20.30

Performance of the 4th year puppeteer-actor students


PROGRAM 22 January, Friday, 9:00 – 18:00

Story-telling in the Context of Applied Theatre

Opening speech: Géza Hegedűs D., Vice-Rector (SZFE / Hungary)

9.00-10.15

Helen Nicholson - Telling Good Stories: Applied Theatre, Relationality and Participation (Royal Holloway, University of London / United Kingdom)

10.30-12.00

Mária Albert - The Inevitable and the Unpredictable (Re)Action. (University of Arts, Târgu-Mureş / Romania)

Anda Cadariu - Forum Theatre in Social Responsibility Campaigns. A Case Study (University of Arts, Târgu-Mureş / Romania)

Máté Gáspár - Extended notion of Applied Theatre for higher educational purposes. (SZFE / Hungary)

Kinga Boros - Staging Personal Stories – The Experiences of the Theatrical Event Terminus (University of Arts, Târgu-Mureş / Romania)

Eugen Păsăreanu - The Relevance of Drama for Romanian Teenagers. (University of Arts, Târgu-Mureş / Romania)

Dániel Golden - Performing Stories in Educational Contexts. (SZFE / Hungary)

12.00-13.00

Discussion

14.00-15.30

My Theatre Story

interactive session on first important theatre experiences and the notion of the theatre
Parallel working groups in English and in Hungarian

15.45-17.15

Images of Applied Theatre

interactive session on the genres of applied drama and theatre

Parallel working groups in English and in Hungarian

17.30-18.00

Closing discussion