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Activities

Who believes in the Devil?
Topic:
Self-representation
Activity type:
workshop, lesson, screening
After the screening of the film Aniki Bóbó, by Manoel de Oliveira, there was a debate in the classroom, with students’ questions and answerss, about what a community really is. As in the excerpt from the film, the children’s doubts were...
My world in this world
Topic:
Self-representation
Activity type:
workshop, lesson, screening
The class observes and analyses the painting Time – Past and Present by Paula Rego. This should lead to a debate about how the inner and outer worlds are interconnected, and how this mechanism forms the bonds of a community. The students watch the...
The magic reality
Topic:
Self-representation
Activity type:
workshop, lesson, screening
After screening the film Le Ballon rouge by Albert Lamorisse, the students discussed their first impressions: what did they think of the film, their favourite parts, notes, comments, questions and answers. The magical realities in one’s life were...
Self-Portrait through art and film
Topic:
Self-representation
Activity type:
workshop, screening, lesson
Starting from the platform, we have analyzed the ways and mechanisms that filmmakers and artists have used to represent themselves through their works. What tools have filmmakers for telling their story? How has the concept of the self-portrait evolved...