O curso Top Up Year é um ano especial para desenvolveres ainda mais tua prática e pensamento, bem como para aprofundar a tua consciência sobre as competências e metodologias necessárias para uma carreira internacional. A área de Cinema e Televisão é um campo extraordinário de possibilidades sempre novas para o estudo e a criação contemporâneos e para a produção de negócios inovadores.
Neste curso terás a oportunidade de desenvolver os conhecimentos adquiridos e expandir as tuas potencialidades criativas, técnicas e profissionais. Ao mesmo tempo, passarás a fazer parte de uma comunidade mundial de estudantes, acompanhados de professores e convidados que partilham referências e modos de fazer actuais e de futuro.
O nosso objetivo é criar cursos que preparem o aluno para superar com sucesso os desafios que se avizinham, promovendo um relacionamento fecundo com a comunidade, empresas e instituições. A ETIC incentiva o talento dos alunos para estreitar a sua relação com o mundo profissional.
ORIENTAÇÃO PARA O PROJETO E PARA UMA CARREIRA INTERNACIONAL.
O programa Top Up oferece uma combinação eficaz entre análise crítica, pesquisa, projeto e prática profissional. Vais aprofundar conhecimentos e competências técnicas e criativas. Vais obter a preparação necessária para apostar numa carreira internacional e desenvolver uma atividade bem sucedida na indústria do Cinema e Televisão.
EQUIPAMENTOS E RECURSOS TECNOLÓGICOS DE TOPO.
A ETIC tem equipamentos e recursos tecnológicos de topo aos quais os estudantes têm acesso para trabalho curricular e para os seus projetos pessoais. Os alunos podem fazer da escola o seu espaço de trabalho, o seu estúdio, o lugar onde podem criar livremente.
Terás acesso a um moderno estúdio de vídeo Multimédia com uma régie broadcaster totalmente equipada, destacando as 4 câmaras de estúdio HD da Sony com controlo de imagem, uma Jimmy Jib, mistura de vídeo da Ross, sistema de grafismo 2D e 3D Xpression, sistema virtual com Realidade Aumentada da Pixotope e Motion Capture da Xsens .Uma tecnologia inovadora que possibilita uma intergeração total de todas as ferramentas gráficas em tempo real e em multicamara.
UM AMBIENTE CRIATIVO LIGADO À INDÚSTRIA.
A ETIC também é reconhecida pelo seu ambiente criativo e pela proximidade entre estudantes, professores e staff. Há uma estreita ligação com o meio profissional que resulta em parcerias com empresas e instituições. Briefings reais e desafios profissionais fazem parte de muitos projetos curriculares. Com regularidade, a escola promove a possibilidade de participação dos alunos em eventos e festivais onde praticam, lado a lado, com profissionais experientes.
FAZ UM UPGRADE ÀS TUAS QUALIFICAÇÕES.
Candidata-te a um Top Up Year. Com a conclusão deste programa, obténs um Bachelors Degree, um diploma britânico reconhecido internacionalmente, atribuído pela prestigiada Solent University Southampton.
O ensino britânico permite obter um diploma universitário com a conclusão de um ano de estudos a quem tenha formação prévia, concluído dois anos de estudos numa área específica ou obtido uma qualificação de nível 5 (120 créditos). A este ano curricular dá-se o nome de Top Up Year e o diploma obtido é o Bachelors Degree.
O Top Up Year é o equivalente ao ano final de um Bachelors Degree (3 anos). Durante um ano letivo são adquiridos conhecimentos e desenvolvidas competências avançadas numa área específica. Com a conclusão de um Top Up Year obtém-se o grau académico Bachelors Degree, um diploma internacionalmente reconhecido (Nível 6/180 créditos).
Pode candidatar-se a um Top Up Year:
1. quem tenha concluído dois anos de formação;
2. quem tenha obtido uma qualificação de Nível 5;
Em ambos os casos, devem ter completado 120 créditos numa área de formação relevante para o curso a que candidata.
Na grande maioria das universidades do Reino Unido, como a Solent University Southampton, ou na ETIC, em Lisboa, em parceria com aquela prestigiada universidade.
Os Top Up Year lecionados na ETIC são perfeitos para quem tem background em áreas como Arte e Design, Multimédia, Imagem Digital, Novos Média, Comunicação Digital, Ilustração, Web Design, Realização, Edição e Produção Audiovisual, Animação, Produção Gráfica, Motion Design, Efeitos Visuais, Som, Música, entre outras.
O programa curricular é definido pela Solent University e é lecionado por professores britânicos e portugueses em formato presencial e online. O diploma B.A. Bachelors of Arts é atribuído e emitido pela Solent University Southampton.
A ETIC é uma escola de referência nas áreas criativas. Orientada para o projeto, alia a técnica, a criatividade, e o desenvolvimento pessoal e profissional. A ligação a empresas e instituições, aproximam os projetos escolares à realidade do mundo de trabalho. Tem recursos tecnológicos de topo, tais como, estúdio de vídeo HD e realidade virtual, régie profissional HD, estúdios de som, laboratórios e estúdios de fotografia, ateliers e computer labs.
Sim, é necessário um dos seguintes testes, realizados à distância, na data e hora escolhidas pelo candidato: VEPT mínimo 57 (57 em todas as componentes), IELTS mínimo 6.0 (5.5 em todas as componentes) ou TOEFL IBT mínimo 80 (19 em todas as componentes).
O que vou aprender
On this module you will analyse and debate social, political and cultural contemporary issues, relating them with the contribution screen has to such analysis and debate. To do so, you will learn how to critically think about concepts and approaches that characterize contemporary culture. You will be challenged to uncover how our identities shape screen culture and are shaped by it, exploring representations and impacts that some topics have in this mutual relation between our contemporary selves and the screen.
You will develop your skills and competences on research applied to these questions present in our cultural context, producing analysis of film and television case studies.
ETIC Unit Leader: Fabrícia Valente
Solent University Southampton Unit Leader: Darren Kerr
Production, distribution, exhibition and consumption of film and television in the global age is the main theme of this module. You will emerge in contemporary film and television studies, through a range of dynamic topics, debates and screenings considering some of the most important and critical issues that circulate contemporary film and television markets around the world. You will analyse and reflect about globalization and cultural centralization, in a local and global perspective. Promoting reflection and critical thinking, you will be challenged to create an original and independent line of research, considering team and collaborative work in a project for a screen festival in the global age.
ETIC Unit Leader: Tatiana Macedo
Solent University Southampton Unit Leader: Terence McSweeney
This module is about yourself, specifically about your ability to recognize and reflect on the skills you have at this point of your academic life. The goal is to enable you to be capable of deciding the best ways to communicate those skills to a potential employer in the creative industries and beyond.
You will make and present a portfolio that reflects your skills and yourself, promoting your self-awareness and critical thinking approaches to your own work. Your reflections will be important in identifying strengths and weaknesses in a way that can allow you to promote a career plan and develop goals and objectives. You will also learn how to plan, research and share your portfolio looking for professional development and determination of your own career objectives.
ETIC Unit Leader: Pedro Florêncio
Solent University Southampton Unit Leader: Jonathan Plummer
This module is the starting point of your Final Major Project. Here you will produce the research base that will support the development of your Final Major Project. You will develop your research skills at the same time you will be challenged to arouse critical and analytical thinking that will turn theoretical concepts and investigation into a practical instrument to develop your project.
You will learn how to conduct research and research methodologies to widen your knowledge and understanding of your chosen subject for the Final Major Project. With the outcomes of this research, through the critical analysis of a wide range of sources, you will determine your own perspective to apply in Final Major Project work.
ETIC Unit Leader: João Cunha
Solent University Southampton Unit Leader: Stuart Joy
From the outcomes of Final Major Project Research, in this unit you will create your final project. It can be a written or a production-based project (dissertation, script, fiction, documentary, television pilot). This will be the culmination of your journey in the top up year, and should reflect your knowledge, understanding and skills around film and tv from the last three years. This project is a demonstration of critical, creative and professional skills by exploring and deepening the subject of your research, turning it on a practical and technical work, according to film and tv professional practices. You will undertake this project to aim the same goals (such as pitch, publication or production) you can find in the industry.
ETIC Unit Leader: Francisco Merino & Nélia Cruz
Solent University Southampton Unit Leader: Stuart Joy
Etic Course Leader
Pedro Senna Nunes
Etic Course Leader
I lead festival and culture programmes linked with cinema, dance, media, performance and technology. I started teaching 25 years ago, and have been at ETIC since 1997. I have worked in the school as a coordinator of the image and sound department and as a creative director for a significant number of years. I currently teach in the film making field – Cinema, Performance and Media degrees. Units taught include ‘Documentary Film, ‘Film Making’, ‘Creative Process’, ‘Body and Technology’, ‘Video Dance’ and ‘Experimental Film’. For many years I co-supervised final film projects, presentations and debates with students in a national and international context. I really like the exercise of shooting and editing images and sounds in a real experimental way. I regularly go to the theatre, contemporary dance and music performances and I dedicate all my free time to my actual research between movement images and performing arts. I love spending time in the countryside and near the ocean, learning more about the aesthetical impact of nature. Essentially, I love travel and discovering the strong details that change my surroundings.
Fabrícia Valente is a PhD researcher at Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories – ISCTE, Lisbon. With a degree in Architecture (pre-Bologna Declaration) from Universidade de Évora (Portugal) in 2007, and further education in the fields of Photography (from Instituto Português de Fotografia, Portugal), Video (from CENJOR, Portugal) and Planning and Producing Temporary Exhibitions (from Fundação Eugénio de Almeida, Portugal). Lines of interest and research include the multidisciplinarity of Architecture and its possibilities of interface, namely with Visual Arts, Cinema and Music.
Her Professional activity is divided between curatorship, critique, writing and cultural mediation. Fabrícia was Curator and Head of Programmes for the KAIROS Pavillion (Pavilhão KAIROS) and developed the educational project O Gesto como Tradução (Gesture as Translation) for the Dar Lugar ao Acontecimento programme held in the Architecture and Theatre cycle of the Almada Theatre Festival. She is currently curating a project on female sexual response for a soon to be revealed museum in Lisbon.
As a Cultural Mediator in the fields of Architecture and Visual Arts, Fabrícia collaborates with MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Berardo Museum Collection, Belém Cultural Center, State of Art, and occasionally with Lisbon’s Architecture Triennial, having developed educational projects for over 180 exhibitions. Fabrícia teaches in Curatorship and Modern and Contemporary Art Theory courses — was taught, as guest lecturer, in Top Up Year Course in Media Production by Solent Southampton University at ETIC-Escola de Inovação, Tecnologias e Criatividade. She is the Umbigo Magazine’s Architecture Editor and belongs to the last J_A Jornal de Arquitetos – Ordem dos Arquitetos (Architects Newspaper – Architects Guild) writing team.
Tatiana Macedo is. Trans-disciplinary artist of Portuguese and Angolan parentage, born in Lisbon in 1981. The artist/director works and exhibits regularly in a trans-disciplinary way, within the context of the Visual Arts.
Tatiana Macedo studied at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon (2000), at Central St Martins College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London (Foundation Studies in Art & Design, 2001 and Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2004) and at the London College of Communication (Studio and Location Photography, 2004).
After returning to Lisbon she is selected for the Gulbenkian Creation and Creativity Programme in Photography in 2005. In 2009 the artist enters the 1st Master Programme in Visual Cultures Anthropology at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences – Nova University of Lisbon.
In 2010 she returns to London with the support of the Inov-Art Grant, and in 2011 she starts filming what would become her first essay-film entitled “Seems So Long Ago, Nancy” shot at Tate Britain and Tate Modern, which constitutes her Master thesis in Visual Anthropology and premiers at the Portuguese Features Competition at the DocLisboa Film Festival in 2012. In 2014 it wins the 1st SAW Film Prize from the AAA – American Anthropological Association in Washington-DC. The film was exhibited at numerous Film Festivals and Art Galleries namely the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Video Programme “Really Exotic?” (Amsterdam, 2012), the Tate Britain (London 2012 and 2013), the MARFICI, Mar del Plata (Argentina, 2013) the Transcinema in Lima (Peru, 2013), and the Ano-Zero – Coimbra’s Contemporary Art Biennial (2015), among others.
In 2013 she exhibits “Staff Only” – comprised of 6 video-installations at the MNAC-MC National Museum of Contemporary Art, Lisbon. In 2014 she develops “Foreign Grey” an expanded narrative project with 9 video-installations which is born out of her second trip to China in 2013, and is exhibited at Solar – Cinematic Art Gallery in Vila do Conde, Portugal. In 2015 Macedo wins the 1st edition of the Sonae Media Art Award with the expanded 3 channel film installation “1989” and in the same year she is granted the João Hogan Grant for the International Artist Residency Programme at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin, in 2016. In 2017 she is invited to undertake a residency at Iwalewahaus, University of Bayreuth, Germany, in the scope of the “Exodus Stations #2” project where she develops a new video installation entitled “Mixed Feelings: A Composition for Chamber Orchestra”. In 2018, she is invited by curator Delfim Sardo, to create a new piece for Culturgest Porto which originates her first expanded fiction film: “We Have Run Out of Names for the Storms”.
She participated as a director in two collective projects with C.R.I.M film productions: “Cadavre Exquis”, 2015 and “Contágio”, 2021. In 2020 the Interseccion Contemporary Audio-visual Art Festival (Coruna, Galiza) dedicates a retrospective to Macedo’s film and video works.
Alongside her artistic practice, she develops her academic research through written essays but also audio-visual and interdisciplinary ones, questioning perceptions and discursively rehearsing new relations with image, gesture, sound, time and place / non-place within the production of knowledge. Tatiana Macedo is represented in various public and private art collections in Portugal and abroad.
Graduated in Psychological Sciences, I began, in 2004, my work in education on creative areas while developing academic investigation in parallel. I’m part of the teams of ETIC, as teacher in Cinema/Television HN course, and of EPI as a pedagogic consultor, candidates profiling and courses composition, teacher and responsible for individual mentoring service to students. In this school, I work transversally with Animation, Graphic Design, Photography, Acting, Multimedia, Musical Production, Sound and Video courses. I took my academic training in psychology to the pedagogical context where I cross it with intervention in professional, artistic and technical education. Along this connection with education, I highlight particularly in my work with students, the dedication to individual and collective creative processes, the strong investment in personal development, critical-analytical thinking, writing and methodological reflection, which I also apply in collaborations with groups of artistic works, outside school contexts, and with private practice of counselling.
Graduated from ESTC (National School of Film and Theatre), he has a master’s degree in Cinema by FCSH-UNL (Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at Nova University Lisbon) and holds a PhD in Arts from the University of Lisbon. In 2020, he published the book “Sculpting Space – The cinema of Frederick Wiseman”, based on his PhD dissertation. He is a researcher at CEC (Centre of Comparatist Studies of the University of Lisbon).
He currently teaches “History of Cinema” in the Sciences Communication Graduation Course at FCSH, “Portuguese and Brazilian Cinema” under the CIEE international course program, “Documentary” at ETIC (Professional School of Innovation and Creation Technologies) and “Spatial Representation”, “Story Board” and “Visual Narrative” at EPJP (Jean Piaget Professional School). He is the coordinator of the National Cinema Plan at IDS (Institute for Social Development).
In 2011, he made the short film “Banana Motherf*cker”, which received several awards at international venues. In 2014, he made the experimental documentary “Where my friend made a painting”, screened at several national and international festivals since then. In 2017, he made the medium-length film “Afternoon”, which received the Special Jury Prize at DocLisboa 2017 National Competition. “Day Shift” is his first feature film, which premiered worldwide at DocLisboa 2018 and was commercially released in 2019.
I graduated in Communication Sciences in 1998, and, since then, I have worked in education as well as in media production, mainly for Television. I teach Production, and a variety of Project and Workshop courses at the University of Beira Interior, mostly in the Film Undergrad degree, but also in the master’s of Multimedia, Journalism and Digital Games Design. I have been, for over ten years, the head of Film Production at this University and, since 2016, I am the Coordinator of the Film Undergrad Course. I obtained my PhD with a thesis about Transmedia Storytelling, focused on the key role that movies can play within a transmedial structure or, in a broader sense, within a media ecosystem shaped by Cultural Convergence. Digital Storytelling as thus became a key feature of my research and teachings, from interactive fiction to expanded cinema, even though I never abandoned my former research subjects, that included television fiction and film production. I favour a multidisciplinary approach that combines traditional media production techniques with hypermedia and transmedia frameworks and tools.
Nélia Cruz holds a PhD in Literature and Culture (“Screenwriting as a cultural practice: the screenwriter gaze”) from the University of Lisbon. She is Specialist in Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication by IPLisboa, IPLeiria, IPPorto. Has worked as a TV Producer in Rádio e Televisão de Portugal (RTP) and also as a Production Director and Creative Director in independent film production (Zepelin Filmes and Sparkle Animation). Her research interests include screenwriting studies and audiovisual narratives, having been invited, as a speaker, to several conferences on these subjects. She is an investigator in English Studies at the University of Lisbon (CEAUL), where she produces work related with memory and nostalgia; and in the Centro de Literaturas e Culturas Lusófonas e Europeias (CLEPUL) where the project 25/S Television Studies, Communication, Culture and Aesthetics of Audiovisual Arts is being developed with her coordination. She is a screenwriter and a scriptwriting teacher having written, among other works, the awarded short film The Giant. She is currently developing the animation feature film Melpomina (supported by ICA for writing and development 2020)
- Ter concluído dois anos de formação ou obtido uma qualificação de Nível 5 (120 créditos).
- Apresentar um Portefólio.
- Realizar um dos seguintes testes (à distância, na data e hora escolhidas pelo candidato): VEPT mínimo 57 (57 em todas as componentes), IELTS mínimo 6.0 (5.5 em todas as componentes) ou TOEFL IBT mínimo 80 (19 em todas as componentes).
Convidamos a conhecer o ambiente criativo e próximo que se vive na Escola, através de visita acompanhada aos estúdios, ateliers e salas de formação.
A candidatura inicia-se com uma visita, sempre que possível.
1.º passo: agendar a visita à ETIC aqui.
2.º passo: uma entrevista online com o coordenador do curso, para conhecer em pormenor e esclarecer todas as questões sobre o curso.
Após a visita, receberá indicações para o agendamento desta entrevista.
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Por favor contactar a Secretaria ETIC para mais informações.
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