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Audiovisual for Film and Television

Scholar Year: 2022/2023 - 1S

Code: PA19    Acronym: ACT
Scientific Fields: Áudio-Visuais e Produção dos Media
Section/Department: Arts


Acronym N. of students Study Plan Curricular year ECTS Contact hours Total Time
TSPPA 15 5,0 60 135,0

Teaching weeks: 15


João Pedro de Campos Duarte AntunesHead

Weekly workload

Hours/week T TP P PL L TC E OT OT/PL TPL O S
Type of classes


Type Teacher Classes Hours
Contact hours Totals 1 6,10
António Tomé   2,00
João Pedro Duarte   2,00

Teaching language


Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)

Understand the specific issues of Cinema and Television languages;
To analyze the similarities and differences in the construction of the audiovisual discourse of Cinema and Television;
Critically interpret Cinema and Television products;
To mobilize technical and aesthetic resources specific to the audiovisual language used in Cinema and Television;
Produce adequate audiovisual content for Cinema and Television.


The importance of Cinema and Television to modern society;
Language and cinematographic communication;
Language and television communication;
The genre, the television program and the cinema;
The target audience and television programming;
The exhibition, distribution and relationship between television and cinema;
Content industry in addition to Cinema and Television;
Analysis and criticism;
Methodologies for analyzing films and television products;
Development stages of Cinema and Television products (Pre-Production, Production and Post-Production);
Phases of realization of products for Cinema or Television (script and plot, sound and image capture, lighting, edition and export, diffusion).

Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes

In order to adapt the production of a content to the various media, it is necessary to develop analytical and understanding skills that allow an effective form of communication.

In order to understand television genres, it is essential to identify the genesis in cinematographic language and the metamorphic experience in a language specific to the television medium, creating an autonomous and common grammar with the cinema that, in this lateral relation, also takes its new mutations.
Understanding these autonomies and contaminations helps to identify gender, and the set of coordinates and strategies that determine it.

Knowing the publics, the markets, the new platforms, the distribution circuits, the new habits of consumption of audiovisual products, as well as the different processes of production of the various audiovisual genres allows to identify trends, adopt strategies and new approaches.

Teaching methodologies

Oral presentation supported by audiovisual content (cinematographic works, television programs, publications, video clips, self-promotions), theoretical-practical classes of discussion and analysis; field trips.
In this C.U. The student is invited to deconstruct various audiovisual products in their form and content, to distinguish the identifying markers and a replica them in style exercises.

Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes

In this Curricular Unit the student is expected to take a critical look and acquire analytical skills in the visualization of audiovisual contents, identifying the technical and creative requirements that intervene in the construction of the narrative and expressive discourse of audiovisual language.
All activities are aimed at developing projects in which languages and production procedures appropriate to each audiovisual genre apply.

Assessment methodologies and evidences

The evaluation is continuous and will have the following weighting:

Reports and written papers - 30%
Practical exercises - 35%
Collaborative work - 15%
Levels of involvement, relevant participation and attendance - 20%

Attendance system

Students who do not attend at least 75% of the practical classes will be excluded from the final evaluation.


Students with a special status and who can not attend regularly the Curricular Unit may be evaluated on a continuous assessment basis, after negotiation with the C.U. faculty member. This negotiation may result in the definition of elements and moments of evaluation different from those presented in this program.
Students with normal status who do not obtain a grade in the assessment or who do not attend the course will be evaluated by a practical exam (on all contents exposed in this program), to be taken on a date to be defined by the ESE / IPS Board.

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