From 7 from February to 27 on May of 2022

With the desire to offer the highest level in terms of professionalism and pedagogy, theEscuela Superior de Arte Dramático Eolia Barcelona organizes online courses dramaturgy, direction and screenplay aimed at a wide audience and dispersed by geography Catalan, Spanish and Latin American. The courses offer a multidisciplinary view of stage creation and screenwriting. The teachers who teach them are backed by a long experience in their field of creation and in the field of pedagogy.

1. DIRECTION: realization of a staging project (theory and practice).
Prof. Ferran Madico
Monday 15 pm-18pm (face-to-face in Aeolian)
Preu: 420 €

The course addresses the main theoretical and practical contents of stage thinking and aims to carry out a staging project that takes from the analysis of the dramatic text (or film script) to the rehearsal room ( or filming).

1. The work sequence. The subject
2. Aesthetics of the stage score
3. Organizational axes of the space
4. Stage languages ​​1: music and projections
5. Stage languages ​​2: light and costumes
6. Stage languages ​​3: movement and sound
7. Audience, energy and meaning blocks
8. The lines of analysis: creative approach to management
9. Lines of analysis A
10. Lines of analysis B
11. Lines of analysis C
12. Releasing the actor / actress in the scene
13. Character construction
14. The creative identity
15. The end

2. POSTDRAMATIC THEATER: creation and latest stage trends
Prof. Roberto Fratini
Monday 18 pm-20pm
Preu: 375 €

The theater of the twentieth century, following the path of the international avant-garde, has diversified its ways of approaching the theatrical fact. This course raises the possibility of orienting the student in the path of non-dramatic dramaturgies following the main lines of research of today's theater. The goal is to create an unconventional drama project.

1. Expanded and silent dramaturgies. Paradigmatic models vs. syntagmatic models. Part I
2. Expanded and silent dramaturgies. Paradigmatic models vs. syntagmatic models. Part II
3. The Tanztheater and the Traumarbeit
4. Beyond adaptation: models of incarnation and models of metamorphosis
5. The notion of device. The dramaturgy between play and programming
6. Image theater and forms of stage allegory. Part I
7. Image theater and forms of stage allegory. Part II
8. Assembly of attractions and new hybrid dramaturgies (Magie Nouvelle, Circus, Cabaret)
9. Performance writings. Part I
10. Performance Writings. Part II
11. Document theater
12. The participatory show. Part I
13. The participatory show. Part II
14. Dramaturgy and cultural programming
15. Dramaturgies of the telepresence

3. CINEMATOGRAPHIC SCREENPLAY: elaboration of a cinematographic script.
Prof. Antonio Garrido
Tuesday 16 pm-18pm
Preu: 375 €

Writing a screenplay has its own specifics that are essential to know. This course emphasizes the technical aspects without forgetting the creative ones, thinking especially of students with knowledge of literary and dramatic writing who want to expand their professional field. The goal is to create a screenplay.

1. The cinematographic story: differences between novel, theater and cinema. Film genres
2. Creative process I: topic, thesis, premise —logline—
3. Creative process II: idea —storyline—, argument —characters, motivation, action and goal—
4. Creative Process III: character construction, relationships between characters
5. The paradigm of Syd Field: narrative map, classical structure divided into three acts
6. Definition and function of the key points of the paradigm: detonating, first turning point, midpoint, second turning point
7. Climax: climax of dramatic action
8. Another type of narrative construction: The Hero’s Journey, Blake Snyder’s timesheet
9. Lines of action: main plot and secondary plots
10. Style, tone, rhythm, narrative resources and types of scenes
11. Construction of the ladder: first step prior to the script
12. Construction of the treatment without dialogues: second step prior to the script
13. The dialogue, final touch of the scenes
14. The construction of the film script: rules, format, tools and narrative elements
15. Sales tools: bible, sales dossier, mood trailer, pitch

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