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the readings is a common ground for both lecture course and seminar discussion. However, readings will be only directly discussed during the seminar, not during the lectures ; Nota bene : 2 assignments directly readings-related are programmed : readings discussion (see seminar syllabus for detailed format and guidelines) during the seminars and the mid-term exam ; John Baylis and Steve Smith, eds, The Globalization of World Politics, 3rd., Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2004 ; T. Ribemont, P.Y. Baudot, H. Thiollet et alii, Science Politique, Foucher Editions, 2011, chapters 42 to 50, in French, on International Relations for basic deﬁnitions.
pear after the movie is shot. Its singularity is that it must enable to visualize the ﬁlm to come. This course intends to offer a theoretical teaching of writing technics and a practical and participative approach. Each class will begin with the screening of a short-movie or a sequence of a classic in order to highlight how cinematographic discourse operates, the mechanisms of storytelling and how it allows the writer to formulate a discourse. The students will be encouraged to reﬂect on the singular vision of the world that cinema offers. They will put into practice their observations through short writing exercises in class and the elaboration throughout the semester of a script for a short movie. At midterm, they will have to present to the class a ﬁrst version of their text, and explain what are their intentions and questions. A ﬁnal version will be submitted at the end of the semester. The main goal of this workshop is to help the students to address their personal interrogations and realize the singularity of their vision and writing. Required reading : to be deﬁned.
WRITING FOR THE SCREEN
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Nathanaël MARANDIN (Film Director). Pedagogical Format : Workshop Course validation : To validate the course, the student is expected to do one written exercise at home, to write a ﬁrst draft of a script for a short ﬁlm and present it at midterm in front of the class and one ﬁnal version at the end of the semester. Since it is an interactive workshop, participation in class will be a major part of the grade. Pedagogical Method : At the end of the course, the student is expected : - to know the rules and techniques of scriptwriting, - to be able to analyze a ﬁlm and the structure of a story, - to have written the script for a short ﬁlm. Each session will begin with the screening of a short ﬁlm that will be analysed in class. Students are expected to be proactive and to participate to the discussions. In addition to the writing exercises in class and the writing of their own projects, students will also have to read other students' work and to elaborate constructive feedbacks. Course Description : Writing a script is not an end in itself, it is a step toward the creation of a movie. A script is a text that is destined to disap-
XXe SIÈCLE EN EUROPE : HISTOIRE POLITIQUE (LE)
Semestre : Printemps Nombre d'heures : 72 Langue d'enseignement : français
Enseignants : Jérome GRONDEUX (Inspecteur Général de l'Education Nationale), Rémi MAZAURIC (Teaching assistant). Prérequis : Connaissance des dates-clefs de l'histoire du XXe siècle, telles qu'elles apparaissent dans les programmes de première et de terminale de l'enseignement secondaire. Connaissances de bases sur l'histoire politique de la France depuis 1918. Des repères chronologiques complémentaires seront fournis en cours. Format pédagogique : Cours magistral et conférences Maîtres de conférences : Ismaïl FERHAT (Maître de conférences), Gilles FERRAGU (Maître de conférences des Universités), Frédéric FOGACCI (Chargé d'études, Fondation Charle de Gaulle), Mathieu FULLA (Professeur Agrégé d'histoire), 537