Fantasy and Horror Film Europe (Hammer / Giallo) - Cinetvymas

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Cinematographic analysis covering the Hammer Films production in England,and the heyday of Italian giallo mid sixties in Italy.We will study the emergence of a new and sophisticated aesthetic,and development of intricate stories that ended up transforming the European horror inexhaustible source of global influences.

The emergence of directors like Terence Fisher in England or in Italy Mario Bava was a huge contribution in creating interesting and imaginary scenes start and rarefied atmospheres rescuing the best of genre cinema produced so far.

The course starts on Wednesday,May 29 and runs through July 31.From 18:30 to 20:00 hrs.
Location: UC East Campus.Avenida Jaime Guzmán 3300,Providencia,Santiago.
The course is led by Professor José Miguel Ortega.

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