FILMEU’s main objective is to implement a European University of excellence focused in the fields of Film and Media Arts. Our long-term vision implies that by 2025 FILMEU must be constituted as an exemplary collaborative structure able to deepen the cooperation between all members of the Alliance and foster their ability to act locally, regionally and globally in the cultural and creative industries and across other societal areas they impact.

The Alliance will develop a joint governance structure that will implement cooperatively designed policies and action plans in order to increase the profile of Film and Media Arts education, innovation and research in Europe and in the world. The Alliance will foster the implementation of a participatory structure and inner programmes across all levels of the partner institutions and will share its experience and disseminate the outputs of its activities on a global scale.

News

FilmEU coordinator speaks to magazine about the Alliance

Manuel José Damásio, FilmEU coordinator, gave an interview to Nascer do Sol, a Portuguese magazine, where he talked about FilmEU. The article, in Portuguese, is available here.

Sound of Metal wins 2 Oscars!

The Belgian-American production “Sound of Metal” received 6 Oscar nominations and carried home two Oscars. The film depicting the life of a drummer, turning deaf on tour, won Best Sound and Best Editing. Sound of metal was produced by LUCA alumnus Bert Hamelink, also responsible for the success of ‘The Rider (2017) of Oscar winner Chloé Zhao. Bert is the co-founder of the Belgian production company ‘Roses are blue’, merging into the company CAVIAR and as CEO extending the international ambition. Trailer here.

The Golden Bear for Best Short 2021 Berlinale goes to … Nany Tudor (My uncle Tudor) of Olga Lucovnicova

Olga made this documentary as her graduation project for Master in Documentary Film at DocNomads, ULHT (Lisbon, Portugal), SZFE (Budapest, Hungary), LUCA – School of Arts (Brussels, Belgium)

FILMEU promotes series of talks on Quality Assurance and Future Governance models in Higher Education in Europe

On 25th March, Daniela Jobertová provided useful insights about the QA system of the Film and TV School (FAMU), based on her experience as Vice-Rector of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (AMU) from 2017 to 2021. Daniela also presented the findings of a cross-european study on existing QA models for the arts.

IADT short nominated for BAFTA Student Awards

IADT short “To All My Darlings” is shortlisted for BAFTA Student Awards 2021. So far it won the Audience Award for Best Short at the Dublin International Film Festival, Spirit of the Festival Award at the Catalyst Film Festival and Best Cinematography Award the RTS Award – Irish Region. Read all about it here.

FILMEU promotes series of “guest talks” on artistic research

Recently and in the context of its work package 6 on research and innovation, FilmEU – The European University of Film and Media Arts – promoted a series of talks with experts from different disciplinary and cultural backgrounds on the topic of artistic research. These talks are part of the project’s initiative towards the development of a joint research agenda focused on artistic research.

FilmEU Open Day

Join us live on facebook know more about the FilmEU Alliance and be part of this ambitious project. 27th May – 1:30 pm Western European Time
  • What is FILMEU? What opportunities for teachers and students
  • Schools Presentation
  • What’s happening in the near future – agenda for the months to come

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Coordinating University Film and Media Arts Department

sandra.rocha@ulusofona.pt

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