Kino Eyes – The European Film Masters is an original study programme that seeks to promote new teaching and learning opportunities for learners and teachers in the areas of fiction film making and creativity studies. This two-year MA programme is a highly intensive fiction film making master’s degree supported by Erasmus+.
The DocNomads Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) in Documentary Filmmaking is a two-year, full-time, European graduate program (120 ECTS) open to the world and delivered by a consortium of three universities in Portugal, Hungary and Belgium.
In each edition, about twenty-four students from all around the world follow a mobility track from Lisbon to Brussels, via Budapest. In doing so, students are immersed within different cultural environments, learning how to make use of their abilities outside their usual social contexts.
Re:Anima European Joint Master thoroughly explores all fields of animation, from narrative and non-narrative storytelling to experimental uses of animation in expanded fields.
The program has an original mobility scheme that takes the students on an educational and creative journey from Belgium, where they will explore the foundations of narrative animation filmmaking, to Finland, where they will strengthen their technical and artistic animation skills and experiment with the craft, to Portugal, where they will use the tools of animation to depict and reflect upon reality, using the processes of animation as a form of documenting the world and act upon it.
The future Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Re:Sound and FilMemory were recommended for funding under the Erasmus + Programme.
The Re: Sound and FilMemory Design Measures confirms FilmEU as a future leading European University in the domains of film, media arts and creative industries.
FILMemory is a project targeting the design and implementation of a MA program on European film and its heritage. Departing from film as a key art form of the 20th century, the future MA will explore today's digital media culture and the build-up of collective cultural memory. FILMemory will offer a profound investigation of the diverse European film cultures and the social dimensions they entail.
This includes the analysis of the past and present ways in which films are made, distributed, screened but also received, perceived, discussed and written about. A second strand will explore the ways in which films and documents about film cultures are preserved; restored; archived; re-circulated; re-used; re-constructed. This dual perspective ensures the program will cover both the material, the symbolic and the socio-cultural dimensions of film.
Re:Sound, FilmEU’s planned ERASMUS+ Masters in Sound for Media Arts, has won a design grant for development. The program will beyond the screen to emancipate sound as a fully-fledged discipline and point-of-departure, addressing the broader relationship between sound and image. Re:Sound will provide a rethinking of sound in our lives, provisioning artists and researchers to heighten our awareness and engagement while opening vast possibilities for the evolution of sound in multiple arenas.