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Vision

Graduating high level comprehensive artists in accordance to the highest national & international standards that meet the artistic global community needs.

Mission

  • To provide hands-on, student-centered learning experience conducted in an interdisciplinary and interactive environment.
  • To stimulate and implement a curricula that integrates research and entrepreneurial activities for the profession in addition to required skills and knowledge.
  • To provide graduates with communication, analytical and critical thinking skills that allow them to excel in a diversified global environment.
  • To pursue lifelong learning as professionals, leaders and innovators among the community of talented artists across acting, dance, music, design….).

Vision:

Graduating high level comprehensive artists in accordance to the highest national & international standards that meet the artistic global community needs.

 

Mission:

  • To provide hands-on, student-centered learning experience conducted in an interdisciplinary and interactive environment.
  • To stimulate and implement curricula that integrates research and entrepreneurial activities for the profession in addition to required skills and knowledge.
  • To provide graduates with communication, analytical and critical thinking skills that allow them to excel in a diversified global environment.
  • To pursue lifelong learning as professionals, leaders and innovators among the community of talented artists across acting, dance, music, design….).

 

Core value:

As a team we embrace a group of core values to work together to fulfill the mission and achieve the vision of the institution.

  • Leadership: Lead by example & ownership.
  • Integrity: being honest, ethical and transparent.
  • Teamwork: exercising collective effort to support students and staff.
  • Flexibility: discovering and seizing opportunities.
  • Diversity: engage audiences to explore the diversity of our culture.

 

Strategic objectives:

  • Sustaining an integrated system of self-development.
  • Combining student-centered learning, innovation, cultural expression and entrepreneurship.
  • Advocating societal needs and goals and preserve its cultural and artistic legacy creating a positive awareness that contribute to the Nation’s progress.

Faculty Directory

NamePositionAcademic DegreeMajor
Prof. DR/ Ayman ElShewy Dean –
Prof. in Acting and directing
Ph.D. in “The new technology in performances” – University of Rome – Italy “LA SAPIENZA”.·         Acting
·         Directing
Ass. Prof. DR/ Ramy BinyaminAss. Prof. in Design and lightingPh.D. phil. in “The modern techniques of lighting design in musical performances” -University of Vienna – Austria.·         Scenes design
·         Stage lighting design
·         Costumes design
Mr. Samir FaragExpert
In Cinematography
Expert in Higher Institute of Cinema – Academy of Arts·         Cinematography
·         lighting
Mr. Tarek RashadExpert
In Graphic, Animation and Multimedia
Expert in Al Ahram Advertising Agency·         Multimedia
·         Animation
·         Graphic
Lecturer. Rafeek MamdouhLecturer – Master of Computer and Information systemMaster of Computer and Information system, Sadat Academy·         Graphic
·         UI/UX Designer
·         VFX and 3D Visualization Systems

Department

MDepartmentDepartment codeSectionSection code
1Acting and directing 

 

ACT

Expressive performance and stage directing sectionACD
Motion performance sectionACA
Radio and television performing sectionACN
2Cinema and movie making 

 

CIN

 

Dramatic writing sectionCWR
Cinema and T.V. directing sectionCDR
Film techniques sectionCDP
Cinematography sectionCSE
3Television  production, advertising 

BAV

Directing and television production sectionBTV
Advertising sectionBAD
4Design 

DES

Scenes design sectionDCS
Costumes design sectionDMS
5Multimedia and graphics 

 

MED

Visual effects sectionMFX
Multimedia and internet sectionMEN
Animation and graphic sectionMCG
6Ballet and dancing 

PER

Choreography sectionCOR
Criticism and ballet training sectionPCT
7Music 

 

MUS

Instruments sectionINS
Singing sectionSIN
Composing and leadership sectionCMA

 

Programs

The Faculty of film- making and performing arts offers a broadly based program of study in the history, theory, critical, analysis and techniques understanding of dramatic performance in both live (theatrical performance) and recorded media (Cinema and T.V.).

Experiential learning in the program centers on devising, an approach that allows students to learn multiple methods for building a live performance work by taking up a broad range of cultural experiences. The program requirements provide in four Levels:

Level 1: Overview of the field

Level 2: Build core skills

Level 3: Offer differentiated applications of skills and knowledge

Level 4: Applied projects to develop acquired skills

Academic degrees

 

Badr University in Cairo issues at the request of the Board of Faculty of Film-making and Performing Arts a Bachelor’s degree in one of the following majors:

 

MGeneral Majorsection
1Acting and directing·        Expressive performance and stage directing section
·        Motion performance section
·        Radio and television performing section
2Cinema and movie making·        Dramatic writing section
·        Cinema and T.V. directing section
·        Film techniques section
·        Cinematography section
3Television  production and advertising·        Directing and Television Production Section
·        Advertising Section
4Design·        Scenes design section
·        Costumes design section
5Multimedia and graphics·        Visual effects section
·        Multimedia and internet section
·        Animation and graphic  section
6Ballet and dancing·        Choreography section
·        Criticism and ballet training section
7Music·        Instruments section
·        Singing section
·        Composing and leadership section

 

Courses

Obligatory and Optional courses for all departments

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
Obligatory Human RightsGEN 1201
Obligatory Skills of scientific thinking and writing reportsGEN 2102
Optional Information TechnologyGEN 1002
Optional Problem solving and decision making skillsGEN 1104
Optional Psychology and communication skillsGEN 2205
Optional Egyptian HistoryGEN 3106
Optional Arabic LiteratureGEN 3207
Optional Industrial safety and the environmentGEN 4108
Optional Communication skillsGEN 4209

Obligatory courses for all departments

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
Obligatory Universal Cinema HistoryCTG 2018
Obligatory Arabic Cinema HistoryCTG 2209
  English 1CTL 1101
CTL 1101 English 2CTL 1202
CTL 1202 English 3CTL 2103

Optional courses for all departments

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Universal dance heritage 1CTG 1129E
  Folk dance heritage 1CTG 1230E
CTG 1129E Universal dance heritage 2CTG 2131E
CTG 1230E Folk dance heritage 2CTG 2132E
  Critique and analysis of A Universal dancesCTG 2233E
  Classical Ballet Analysis 1CTG 3134E
CTG 3134E Classical Ballet Analysis 2CTG 3235E
  Harmony 1CTG 1136E
  Eastern Solvege 1CTG1137E
  Western Solvege 1CTG 1238E
CTG 1136E Harmony 2CTG 2139E
CTG1137E Eastern Solvege 2CTG 2140E
CTG 1238E Western Solvege 2CTG 2241E
CTG 2139E Harmony 3CTG 3142E
CTG 2140E Eastern Solvege 3CTG 3243E
CTG 2241E Western Solvege 3CTG 3244E

 

General obligatory courses for all departments of the

Faculty

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
 2Basics of Film techniquesCTG 1102
 2Basics of Production, Financing and  DistributionCTG 1103 E
 2Basics of Acting  and theatrical directingCTG 1106
 2Greek DramaCTG 1112
 2Principles of  Scenery Engineering and drawingsCTG 1204
 2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
 2Medieval and Elizabethan DramaCTG 1213
 2A cinematic tastingCTG 2107
 2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
 2Modern DramaCTG 2114
 1Music tasting 1CTG 2119
 2          AestheticsCTG 2121 E
 2History of Arabic cinemaCTG 2209
 2Contemporary DramaCTG 2215
 1Music tasting 2CTG 2220
 2EtiquetteCTG 2227 E
 2Principles of PsychologyCTG 3110
 2FolkloreCTG 3124 E
 2Arts evolutionCTG 3125 E
 2PsychoanalysisCTG 3211
 2Film schoolsCTG 3216 E
 2          The theory of filmCTG 3222 E
 3Motion compositionCTG 3228
 2Universal Cinema CelebritiesCTG 4117 E
 2philosophyCTG 4126 E
 2Egyptian Cinema CelebritiesCTG 4218 E
 2Search methodsCTG 4223 E
 2English 1GTL 1101
GTL 11012English 2GTL 1202
GTL 12022English 3GTL 2103

Acting and directing department (ACT)

General courses for Acting and directing department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Diction basics and studiesACT 1102
 2Basics of theatrical directionACT 1111
 3Pantomime 1ACT 1117
 2Diction and Phonetics 1ACT 1128
 2Basics of ActingACT 1203
 2Theory of theatrical performanceACT 1213
 3Acting techniques 1ACT 1214
 2TV and Cinema actingACT 2101
 2FitnessACT 2110
ACT 12143Acting techniques 2ACT 2115
 2Diction techniques 1ACT 2119
ACT 11173Pantomime 2ACT 2127
ACT 21192Diction techniques 2ACT 2220
ACT 11282Diction and Phonetics 2ACT 2229
 2Classic Dance 1ACT 3104
 2Theories of actingACT 3112
ACT 21153Acting techniques 3ACT 3116
 3Improvisation 1ACT 3118
 2Singing and Solvege 1ACT 3123
 2Classic Dance 2ACT 3207
 2Diction and voice exercise 1ACT 4105
 2Modern Dance 1ACT 4106
 3Innovation workshop 1ACT 4124
ACT 41052Diction and voice exercise 2ACT 4208
ACT 41062Modern Dance 2ACT 4209
 2Dubbing and imitation voicesACT 4225
ACT 41243Innovation workshop 2ACT 4226

Courses for Expressive performance and stage directing section (ACD)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 3Expression applied acting 1ACD 1215
 2Theatrical  criticismACD 1112
 2Acting SchoolsACD 2214
ACD 12153Expression applied acting 2ACD 2216
ACT 31183Improvisation 2ACD 3201
 3Stage lightingACD 3208
ACD 22163Expression applied acting 3ACD 3217
 2DramaACD 4011 E
 2Radio actingACD 4105
 3Stage techniquesACD 4109
 3Expression performanceACD 4110
 4Colloquial graduation projectACD 4218
 4Formal graduation projectACD 4219

Courses for Motion performance Section (ACA)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Fighting arts 1ACA 1104
 3Movement applied acting 1ACA 1209
ACA 11042Fighting arts 2ACA 2105
ACA 12093Movement applied acting 2ACA 2210
 3Fitness 3ACA 3201
ACA 22103Movement applied acting 3ACA 3211
 3Duel 1ACA 4102
ACA 21052Fighting arts 3ACA 4106
 3Movement performance exercises 1ACA 4107
 4Theater ProjectACA 4112
ACA 41022Duel 2ACA 4203
ACA 41073Movement performance exercises 2ACA 4208
 4Video ProjectACA 4213

Courses for Radio and television performing Section (ACN)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Arabic 1ACN 1105
 2TV program typeACN 1109
 2Solvege 1ACN 1201
ACN 11052Arabic 2ACN 1206
ACN 12062Arabic 3ACN 1207
 2Oriental musical analysis 1ACN 2108
 2Western musical analysis 1ACN 2110
 2Voice exercisesACN 2111
ACN 12012Solvege 2ACN 2202
 2Instrument exercises 1ACN 3112
 3Program presentationACN 3115
 2Criticism and analysis of programsACN 4114
 4 Newsletters programACN 4116
ACN 31122Instrument exercises 2ACN 4213
 4Out studio program presentationACN 4217

Cinema and Movie Making department (CIN)

General courses for Cinema and Movie Making department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Basics of plastic artCIN 1117
 2Production, Financing and DistributionCIN 1119
 3Directing techniques 1CIN 1209
 3TV setupCIN 1213
 3Scenario techniques 1CIN 1214
 3Editing techniques 1CIN 1220
 2          Electronic Image EngineeringCIN 1231
 2Cinema directing techniquesCIN 2101
 2Cinematography compositionCIN 2103
CIN 12093Directing techniques 2CIN 2110
CIN 12143Scenario techniques 2CIN 2116
 3Cinematography 1CIN 2124
 6Lighting 1CIN 2126
CIN 21103Directing techniques 3CIN 2211
 2Motion compositionCIN 2218
 2Sound and Editing appliedCIN 2222
 2Lighting and Cinematography TechniquesCIN 3102
 2Film Analysis 2CIN 3104
 2Assistant DirectorCIN 3106
 2Industry Technology 1CIN 3107
 3Music editingCIN 3127
 2The documentary film scenarioCIN 3129
 2Industry Technology 2CIN 3208
CIN 22113Directing techniques 4CIN 3212
 3Scenario analysisCIN 3215
 2The Global Cinema StudiesCIN 3228
 2Audio imageCIN 3230
 2Film Analysis 1CIN 4105
CIN 12203Editing techniques 2CIN 4123
 3Film Preparation WorkshopCIN 4132
 3Implementation StudioCIN 4225

Courses for Dramatic writing Section (CWR)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 3Writing BasicsCWR 1101
 2Dramatic analysisCWR 1108
 2Dramatic setupCWR 1207
 3Radio WritingCWR 1209
 2Literary  trendsCWR 2116
 2The Global NovelCWR 2117
 2Arabic literatureCWR 2121
 2Theatrical Writing 1CWR 2205
 2Qualitative Writing 1CWR 2211
 2Literature TheoryCWR 2215
 2Egyptian novelCWR 2218
CWR 22052Theatrical Writing 2CWR 3106
CWR 22112Qualitative Writing 2CWR 3112
 2Western script analysisCWR 3114
CIN 21163Scenario techniques 3CWR 3203
 3Dramatic TV writingCWR 3210
 3Digital writingCWR 3220
CWR 32033Scenario techniques 4CWR 4104
 2Arabic script  analysisCWR 4113
 2Short Film ProjectCWR 4123
 4Theatrical script ProjectCWR 4224
 4Novel film ProjectCWR 4225

Courses for Cinema and T.V. Directing Section (CDR)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Sociology of artCDR 1104
 2MarketingCDR 1202
 2Cinematic directing methodsCDR 2101
 2Operations researchCDR 2103
 2Egyptian cinema studiesCDR 3106
 3Film music 1CDR 4108
 2Cinematic schoolsCDR 4207
 2Project setupCDR 4111
 4Documentary ProjectCDR 4212
 4Short novel ProjectCDR 4213

Courses for Film techniques Section (CDP)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Computer 1CDP 1103
 2Electrical engineeringCDP 1112
 2Radio recordingCDP 1115
 3Audio recording techniquesCDP 1202
CDP 11032Computer 2CDP 1204
 2Sound PhysicsCDP 1213
 2Outdoor recordingCDP 1219
 3Studio techniques 1CDP 2105
 2Audio recording technologyCDP 2107
 2Recording systemCDP 2108
CDP21053Studio techniques 2CDP 2206
 3ElectronicsCDP 2211
 2Mixture techniquesCDP 3110
 2Audio tape designCDP 3118
 2Audio imageCDP 3217
 2Sound effectsCDP 3220
 3Film analysisCDP 3223
 2Show recordingCDP 4121
 2Techniques, musical skills and Musical note reading 1CDP 4201
 2Dramatic soundCDP 4209
 2Applied Mixtures and effectsCDP 4214
 4Practical projectCDP 4224

Courses for Cinematography Section (CSE)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Computer 1CSE 1105
CSE 12062Computer 2CSE 1206
 3Digital Cinematography technologyCSE 1208
CSE 12062Computer 3CSE 2107
CIN 21243Cinematography 2CSE 2201
CIN 21263Lighting 2CSE 2209
 2Cameraman assistantCSE 2213
 3Color correcting 1CSE 3104
CSE 22013Cinematography 3CSE 3202
CSE 31043Color correcting 2CSE 3211
CSE 32023Cinematography 4CSE 4103
 3Dramatic lighting 1CSE 4115
 3Creative workshop 1CSE 4121
 2Visual expressionCSE 4212
 3TV projectCSE 4218
 3Short novel ProjectCSE 4219
CSE 41213Creative workshop 2CSE 4222

Television Production, Advertising department (BAV)

General courses for Television Production, Advertising department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Video engineeringBAV 1102
 2Electronic image engineeringBAV 1210
 3TV directing techniquesBAV 2101
 2Programs typesBAV 2107
 3TV directing techniquesBAV 3105
 3Directing and editing advertisementBAV 3106
 2Documentary cinemaBAV 3208
 3Reportage techniqueBAV 3209
 3Executing StudioBAV 4203

Courses for Directing and Television Production section (BTV)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 3Films and programs musicBTV 3202
 3Program Execution WorkshopBTV 4101
 3TV and Radio productionBTV 4104
 3Interactive TVBTV 4203
 4Dramatic projectBTV 4206

Courses for Advertising Section (BAD)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Computer 1BAD 1101
 2Advertising basicsBAD 1107
BAD 11012Computer 2BAD 1202
 2Means of communicationBAD 1215
 2Public relationsBAD 1219
 2Content of the advertisement writingBAD 2103
 3Methods and means of advertisingBAD 2104
 2Social MarketingBAD 2109
 3StudiesBAD 2208
 2Electronic MarketingBAD 2210
 2Ad campaign planningBAD 3113
 3Ad campaign designBAD 3206
 2Promotion artBAD 3216
 4Video projectBAD 4122
 2International advertisingBAD 4218
 4Advertising projectBAD 4221

Design department (DES)

General courses for Design department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Form compositionDES 1110 E
 2                        Basics of design 1DES 1111 E
 3Engineering drawingDES 1115
 2Still-life paintingsDES 1201
DES 1111 E2Basics of design 2DES 1212 E
 3Architectural drawingDES 1217
 2Nature paintingsDES 2102
 2History costumesDES 2108 E
 3Perspective DrawingDES 2116
 2Anatomy DrawingDES 2203 E
 2Theories of FashionDES 2209 E
 3Computer Design 1DES 2218
 2MakeupDES 3105
 2AccessoriesDES 4107
 3Advertising and posters designDES 4119
 2MasksDES 4204
 2SketchesDES 4213

 

Courses for Scenes design Section (DCS)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2History of architectureDCS 1101
 2Computer 1DCS 1108
 3Furnishing modelsDCS 1216
 2Computer 3DCS 2110
 3Scenery Engineering 1DCS 2111
 3Scenery Engineering 2DCS 2212
 3Interior designDCS 3102
 3Cinematic scenery designDCS 3104
 3Scenery Engineering 3DCS 3113
 3TV scenery designDCS 3205
 2Computer 2DCS 3209
 3Scenery Engineering 4DCS 3214
 3Workshop 1DCS 4120
 3Design and implementation of MaquetteDCS 4203
 3Decorative materials and assortmentsDCS 4207
 4Practical projectDCS 4218
 3Workshop 2DCS 4221

 

Courses for Costumes design Section (DMS)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2ComputerDMS 1115
 2Marketing ScienceDMS 1117
 3Basics of costumes designDMS 1210
 2Consumer psychologyDMS 1218
 3Patron basicsDMS 2103
 3Historical CostumesDMS 2202
 4Formation of MannequinDMS 2204
 3Costumes designDMS 2209
 3Fashion shows trainingDMS 3105
 4WorkshopDMS 3112
 2Classic danceDMS 3113
 3HairdressingDMS 3207
 3Fashion Design SchoolsDMS 3211
 3Theatrical CostumesDMS 3214
 2Modern danceDMS 3220
 3Studies of textile science and oresDMS 4101
 4Atelier projectDMS 4119
 3Masking methodsDMS 4216
 4Defile projectDMS 4221

Multimedia and Graphics department (MED)

General courses for Multimedia and Graphics department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Characters movingMED 2261
 2Sizes movingMED 2102
 2RestorationMED 4203
 32D designMED 2204
 33D design 1MED 3105
 3Electronic PressMED 2207

 

 

Courses for Visual effects section (MFX)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Computer 1MFX 1101
 2History of Tricks and EffectsMFX 1116
 3Directing techniques 1MFX 1209
 3Editing techniquesMFX 1211
MFX 11012Computer 2MFX 4102
 2Principles of Tricks and EffectsMFX 2113
 3Lighting and Cinematography TechniquesMFX 2204
 3Tricks and Effects studio 1MFX 3105
 3Color correcting 1MFX 3107
MFX 31052Tricks and Effects studio 2MFX 3220
 3Analysis of film tricks and movingMFX 4115
 4ProjectMFX 4217
 2Tricks and effects applicationsMFX 1218
 2Tricks and effects techniquesMFX 3119

 

 

Courses for Multimedia and Internet section (MEN)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Computer 1MEN 0003
MEN 00033Computer 2MEN 0004
MEN 00042Computer 3MEN 0005
 2Writing the press articleMEN 1101
 2Communication IntroductionMEN 1106
 3Editing techniquesMEN 1202
 2Multimedia IntroductionMEN 1207
 2Multimedia design and programmingMEN 2113
 3            Information systems developmentMEN 2123
 2Basics of electronic commerceMEN 2217
 2Database systemsMEN 2219
 2          Public opinion trendsMEN 3109
 2Virtual RealityMEN 3115
 2Non-Internet RadioMEN 3121
 3Electronic AdvertisementMEN 3122
 3          Internet ProgrammingMEN 3224
 2Interactive MediaMEN 4108
 3Sound and Editing applicationsMEN 4110
 2Media information retrieveMEN 4114
 2Representative societiesMEN 4116
 2Private internet legislationMEN 4118
 3Technical DirectorMEN 4125
 2Electronic BlogsMEN 4212
 3Internet programs management and developmentMEN 4220
 3Practical ProjectMEN 4224

 

Courses for Animation and Graphic section (MCG)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2Computer 1MCG 0001
MCG 00012Computer 2MCG 0002
MCG 00022Computer 3MCG 0003
 3Basics of graphic designMCG 0010
 4Practical ProjectMCG 0011
 4Creative workshop in designMCG 0012
 2BackgroundsMCG 2206
 2Animation directingMCG 3108
 3                     Games Script writingMCG 3209
 3Computer graphics and games design 1MCG 4104
MCG 41043Computer graphics and games design 2MCG 4205
 2Image EffectsMCG 4207

Ballet and Dancing department (PER)

General courses for Ballet and Dancing department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
 2History of balletPER 1101
 2PhysiologyPER 1102
 2Universal Historical Dance 1PER 1103
 2Basics of Clothing And Accessories designPER 1204
PER 11032Universal Historical Dance 2PER 1205
PER 12052Universal Historical Dance 3PER 2106
 2Western musical analysis 1PER 2207
 2Oriental musical analysis 1PER 2208
PER 22082Oriental musical analysis 2PER 3109
PER 22072Western musical analysis 2PER 3110
 2Makeup 1PER 3111
PER 31102Western musical analysis 3PER 4112
PER 31092Oriental musical analysis 3PER 4113
 2AccessoriesPER 4114
 2History of Egyptian musical TheaterPER 4215

 

Courses for Choreography Section (COR)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Performance Training 1COR 1101
  Performance Training 2COR 1101
  Performance Training 3COR 1101
  Performance Training 4COR 1101
  Classic ballet 1COR 1101
  Classic ballet 2COR 1101
  Classic ballet 3COR 1101
  Classic ballet 4COR 1101
  Classic ballet 5COR 1101
  Classic ballet 6COR 1101
  Modern Dance 1COR 1101
  Modern Dance 2COR 1101
  Modern Dance 3COR 1101
  Modern Dance 4COR 1101
  Fitness Training 1COR 1101
  Classical Ballet Analysis 1COR 1101
  Traditional dance 1COR 1101
  Traditional dance 2COR 1101
  Anatomy of the danceCOR 1101
  Basics of motion designCOR 1101
  Folk  show designCOR 1101
  History of modern dance schoolsCOR 1101
  Egyptian Dance 1COR 1101
  Egyptian Dance 2COR 1101
  Adagio dancing designCOR 1101
  librettoCOR 1101
  Elements kinetic of jazz danceCOR 1101
  Design and directing classical performancesCOR 1101
  Practical project 1COR 1101
  Practical project 2COR 1101
  TV directingCOR 1101

Courses for Criticism and ballet training Section (PCT)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Basics of Classical dance Training 1CTP 1101
  Basics of Classical dance Training 2CTP 1101
  Basics of Classical dance Training 3CTP 1101
  Basics of Classical dance Training 4CTP 1101
  Basics of Classical dance Training 5CTP 1101
  Basics of Classical dance Training 6CTP 1101
  Basics of folk dance Training 1CTP 1101
  Basics of folk dance Training 2CTP 1101
  Basics of folk dance Training 3CTP 1101
  Basics of modern dance training 1CTP 1101
  Basics of modern dance training 2CTP 1101
  Basics of modern dance training 3CTP 1101
  Basics of modern dance training 4CTP 1101
  Basics of modern dance training 5CTP 1101
  Egyptian DanceCTP 1101
  Practical projectCTP 1101

 

 

 

Music department (MUS)

General courses for Music department

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Piano 1MUS 1101
  Piano 2MUS 2102
  Piano 3MUS 4203
  1 ProsodyMUS 2204
  2 ProsodyMUS 3105
  History of music 1MUS 1101
  History of music 2MUS 1101
  Western music analysis 1MUS 1101
  Western music analysis 2MUS 1101
  Western music analysis 3MUS 1101
  Oriental music analysis 1MUS 1101
  Oriental music analysis 2MUS 1101
  Oriental music analysis 3MUS 1101
  Movies music 1MUS 1101
  Movies music 2MUS 2207

 

Courses for Instruments Section (INS)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Special Instrument 1INS 1101
  Special Instrument 2INS 1101
  Special Instrument 3INS 1101
  Special Instrument 4INS 1101
  Special Instrument 5INS 1101
  Special Instrument 6INS 1101
  Special Instrument 7INS 1101
  Special Instrument 8INS 1101
  Piano 4INS 1101
  Piano 5INS 1101
  Piano 6INS 1101
  Piano 7INS 1101
  Piano 8INS 1101
  Additional Instrument 1INS 1101
  Additional Instrument 2INS 1101
  Additional Instrument 3INS 1101
  Additional Instrument 4INS 1101
  Additional Instrument 5INS 1101
  Music ArrangementINS 1101
  Computer 1INS 1101
  Computer 2INS 1101
  Audio recording technologyINS 1101
  Collective Play 1INS 1101
  Collective Play 2INS 1101
  Collective Play 3INS 1101
  Concerts recordingINS 1101
  Electronic musicINS 1101
  Studio techniquesINS 1101
  Counterpoint 1INS 1101
  Counterpoint 2INS 1101
  Counterpoint 3INS 1101
  Practical projectINS 1101

 

Courses for Singing Section (SIN)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Special Singing 1SIN 0003
  Special Singing 2SIN 0003
  Special Singing 3SIN 0003
  Special Singing 4SIN 0003
  Special Singing 5SIN 0003
  Special Singing 6SIN 0003
  Special Singing 7SIN 0003
  Special Singing 8SIN 0003
  Global Singing technique 1SIN 0003
  Global Singing technique 2SIN 0003
  Global Singing technique 3SIN 0003
  Global Singing technique 4SIN 0003
  Global Singing technique 5SIN 0003
  Theatrical Singing 1SIN 0003
  Theatrical Singing 2SIN 0003
  Theatrical Singing 3SIN 0003
  Theatrical Singing 4SIN 0003
  Theatrical Singing 5SIN 0003
  Oriental Solvege 4SIN 0003
  Oriental Solvege 5SIN 0003
  Western Solvege 1SIN 0003
  Practical projectSIN 0003
  Recording systemsSIN 0003
  Instrument playing 1SIN 0003
  Instrument playing 2SIN 0003
  Concerts recordingSIN 0003
  Outdoor sound recordingSIN 0003
  Collective workshopSIN 0003
  Special music analysisSIN 0003
  ProsodySIN 0003
  Theatrical design and directingSIN 0003

 

Courses for Composing and Leadership Section (CMA)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
  Musical composition 1CMA 0001
  Musical composition 2CMA 0001
  Musical composition 3CMA 0001
  Musical composition 4CMA 0001
  Musical composition 5CMA 0001
  Musical composition 6CMA 0001
  Musical note readingCMA 0001
  Music Software principles 1CMA 0001
  Music Software principles 2CMA 0001
  Counterpoint 1CMA 0001
  Counterpoint 2CMA 0001
  Counterpoint 3CMA 0001
  Counterpoint 4CMA 0001
  Orchestra music analysisCMA 0001
  Computer composition and arrangement 1CMA 0001
  Computer composition and arrangement 2CMA 0001
  Computer composition and arrangement 3CMA 0001
  Orchestra arrangement 1CMA 0001
  Orchestra arrangement 2CMA 0001
  Orchestra arrangement 3CMA 0001
  Multimedia musicCMA 0001
  Coral leadershipCMA 0001
  Orchestra leadershipCMA 0001
  Modern music arrangement 1CMA 0001
  Modern music arrangement 2CMA 0001
  Opera music analysisCMA 0001
  Ballet music AnalysisCMA 0001
  Music critiqueCMA 0001
  History of the theatrical showCMA 0001
  Project 1CMA 0001
  Project 2CMA 0001

 

Prof. Dr. Ayman Abdelhamid Elshewy

An artistic environment that assembles all types of arts “filmmaking, acting, dancing, music, design, etc…”, Integrating all with each other. It is an atmosphere that pushes your talents and capabilities to be discovered and developed.

We provide not only science, study and a certificate but also we are keen on practicing, renovation and one of our goals is to integrate our students in the labor market.

We present you a very special and brilliant teaching staff in the academic field and in the arts production. We also provide

  • The latest technological equipment “Studios, Cameras, and programs”.
  • Workshops with famous Egyptian and foreign artists.
  • Cultural and artistic activities all through the year that puts you in a continuous state of art.

You are not here just for listening to us, and say yes, you are here for exploring new creation territories and breaking your own limitations, training yourself to master new skills to become a professional artist and develop your career. You have to do it yourself and we will help, guide you.

You will stay with us the most important years of your life, years that might change you, if you want, let it happen and take charge of your own development and transformation, push yourself outside the comfort zone.

We will be around to assist, push and support you. I’m sure you will do things no one has ever done before. We trust you; we are giving our field a future by trusting our students and taking seriously what you bring to us. We will be ready to answer your questions, discuss and respond to your ways of dealing with the world to change it for the better.

We are looking forward to know how you will change yourself and make the world better through your ideas and innovation.

 

Prof. Dr.  Ayman Abdelhamid Elshewy

Dean of Faculty of film making and performing arts

Cinematography equipments

NUM.DESCRIPTIONQUANTITYملحق الكاتلاوج
1Black magic
Super-35mm CMOS Sensor
4608 x 2592 Video up to 60p
Compressed Raw Recording
Ready-to-Edit ProRes 444 + 422 Recording
Dual CFast 2.0 Memory Card Slots
12G-SDI Output, Timecode and REF Input
1080p Flip-Out Screen
Touchscreen Interface
2x XLR Audio Inputs with Phantom Power
Magnesium Alloy Body
2
2H.D. Canon D5
Wide Angle 20 m.m. and 28 m.m.
Normal Angle 35 m.m. or 40 m.m.
Tele Photo 100 m.m. and 135 m.m.
1
1
1
1
3Kitbag – Arriflex Lamp – 3 Projectors 1000w Fresnel
ARRI Junior 1000 Plus
The ARRI Junior series is ideal, not only for small studios, but also for portable use. The light weight and compact size makes it a universal tool for cramped conditions without comprimising efficiency or lamp life.
The classic ARRI construction of strong and rust-resistant extruded and die cast aluminium makes the Junior ideal for outdoor use.
The ARRI Junior series features:
· excellent optical performance
· high efficiency
· compact size
· robust construction
· easy operation
· easy service access
· wide range
· extensive accessories
Variants:
· 150W in-line dimmer
· 150W-650W with ERCO Track adapter
· P.O. versions of 650W-5000W
· range of options and colours available
1X3 lamp
4Kitbag – Arriflex Lamp – 3 Dinky 650 w Fresnel
ARRI 650 Plus
The ARRI Fresnel series is ideal for use where compact, lightweight tungsten Fresnel spotlights are required, especially in small studios where grid height is a problem. Classic ARRI construction, using corrosion-resistant, extruded, die cast aluminium, maximises body strength while maintaining the light weight of a location fixture. Despite the small size of ARRI Fresnels, their short focal length, wide angle lenses produce impressive light output and good light distribution over the full beam area. ARRI Fresnels are available in both manual and pole-operated versions.
High quality lenses and reflectors for excellent optical performance
Compact size and lightweight
Robust construction of rust-resistant, extruded, die cast aluminium
Easy and convenient operation
Quick and easy service access
Extensive range of accessories
1X3 lamp
5Kitbag – Arriflex Flued Light Kwartz – 3 Lamps 850w
ARRILITE 800/1000
The ARRILITE series comprises fully focusing, open face tungsten floodlights that are ideal for electronic news gathering, field production and fast turnaround location use. Specially designed reflectors balance controllability and efficiency while providing an exceptionally even field of illumination. The high light output is ideal for bouncing or diffusing and provides wide area coverage. A double skin, thermoplastic housing with aluminium inner shell gives superior hot-handling capacity and also keeps the weight down.
Very high light output
Hot-handling capacity
Fully focusing
Lightweight
Even field of illumination
Barndoors with spring clips for filter use
Fully rotatable accessory holder
Wide range of accessories
1X3 lamp
6Kitbag – Arriflex Flued Light Kwartz – 3 Lamps 650w
ARRILITE 600
The ARRILITE series comprises fully focusing, open face tungsten floodlights that are ideal for electronic news gathering, field production and fast turnaround location use. Specially designed reflectors balance controllability and efficiency while providing an exceptionally even field of illumination. The high light output is ideal for bouncing or diffusing and provides wide area coverage. A double skin, thermoplastic housing with aluminium inner shell gives superior hot-handling capacity and also keeps the weight down.
Very high light output
Hot-handling capacity
Fully focusing
Lightweight
Even field of illumination
Barndoors with spring clips for filter use
Fully rotatable accessory holder
Wide range of accessories
1X3 lamp
7Kenoflue (Vista) work day Light and Tungstun 6 Banks
Hinged accessory holder
Removable electronics and ballast module
Lightweight but rugged aluminium extrusion housing
3 module versions: 4-Bank, 2-Bank, 2+2-Bank
3 control versions: Dual Switch, Multi Control, Phase Control
2 adapter options: yoke or baby plate
Convertible reflectors: 90° and 120°
Extensive accessories
Dimming 1% – 100% @230 V; 3% – 100% @ 120 V
Flicker-free < 1%
Operating frequency at full load 40 kHz
‘Daisy-chain’ up to six 4-Banks in one circuit
3
8Traipod Stand – 4 Meter – Egyptian Made or C.Stand6
9LED Projector3
10Krain 280 C1
11go Pro.
Go Pro. Camera
1
122 Viser
2 Viser for teaching lenses and frame – composition
1

Faculty Resources :-

Faculty of School of Performing Arts and Filmmaking has a number of stages, workshops and labs that support the practical training in different department programs.

SerialFunctionCapacitySize
(m2)
Department
1Twelve training rooms12* 5Music
2Two training orchestra halls2* 18Music
3Two multi using training halls2* 24ALL
“Dancing, acting and music”
4Two theater hall with stage40 and 75 chairActing
5One circle hall for chamber music12Acting and music
6One open air theater350 chairALL
“Dancing, acting and music”
7One main hall theater800 chairALL
“Dancing, acting and music”
8Audio studio for music recordsRadio, cinema and Music
9T.V. studio with two cameras and switcherCinema and T.V.
10Professional cinema studioALL
11Two editing and graphic lab for training2* 10Design, graphic, cinema
12Two editing and graphic professional lab
(seventeen I Mac units)
2* 10Design, graphic, cinema
13Six lecture halls6* 30ALL
14Two cinema halls2* 20ALL
15Music production lab20Music
16Four Design lab4* 12Scenes and costumes design sections

Sound equipments

PRODUCTSDESCRIPTIONQUANTITY
Sound mixer
Sound craft
20 Ch. Mono input precision1
LEXICONMulti-Effects Processor1
SHUREBLX14R HEADSET SYSTEM W/SM312
SHUREBLX24R VOCAL SYSTEM W/BETA582
SHURECONDENSER HAND HELD VOCAL MICROPHONE SM87A2
SHUREMICROPHONE MX202W/C6
SHUREMICROPHONE BETA 58A2
ESPECO/NEUTRIKXLR Microphone Cable 10M10———-
ESPECO/NEUTRIKXLR Microphone Cable 15M8———-
ESPECO/NEUTRIKXLR Microphone Cable 208———-
K&MLow-priced all-metal-stand. Consists of tubing assembly, boom arm and zinc die-cast base with long folding legs. Square swivel joint with large wing nut.10
JBL800 Watt Powered 3-way system featuring Crown Amplification, network control, and full user configurable DSP. The SRX835P can be pole mounted or stacked and splayed atop a subwoofer, and features M10 suspension points for easy rigging. Full suite of onboard DSP includes 20 PEQs, 96kHz FIR filters, signal generators, and 2 seconds of delay.2
SHUREACTIVE DIRECTIONAL ANTENNA 470-900MHz2
SHUREANTENNA SLX & ULX 470-952 MHz2
JBL800 Watt Powered 3-way system featuring Crown Amplification, network control, and full user configurable DSP. The SRX835P can be pole mounted or stacked and splayed atop a subwoofer, and features M10 suspension points for easy rigging. Full suite of onboard DSP includes 20 PEQs, 96kHz FIR filters, signal generators, and 2 seconds of delay.2
SONYData Projector WUXGA1
ACSACS Rack 9U ALL Connect Systems Rack Wall Mount Single Section 600 x 600 x 501mm , with 1 Fan1

4

BESPECO/NEUTRIKMicrophone Cable and Connectors1
Laptop For sound programs1———-

Stage lighting equipments

PRODUCTSDESCRIPTIONQUANTITY
(Selecon)
Profile spot light
– Pacific Zoomspot
– 1000 w.
– 23°- 50°
– Made in New Zealand
The wide range of beam angles (23°-50°) make this zoomspot a popular choice for shorter throw over and side stage lighting positions. The crisp ‘white’ light beam is ideal for pattern projection and highly controlled area illumination with little or no distortion.
High definition image projection is a standard feature with every Pacific Zoomspot… at no additional cost to you.
FEATURES:
• Produces more light than comparative beam range of traditional ellipsoidal profiles due to reflector design.
• Cool light ‘white’ light.
• Over 80% of the heat is removed from the light beam by cold mirror and dissipated through the heat-sink.
• Base down lamp mounted axially in the reflector to maximise light collection.
• 1000W – Red Handle Lamp Module, GY9.5 base, for use with BP1000W ‘Blue-pinch’ type lamps or 650W lamps, with 1m mains cable
• Accurate, simple & cool to use, lamp peak / flat adjustment.
• Two pattern / iris mounting positions.
• Rotatable lens tube.
• Constructed from aluminium pressure die-castings and injection moulded Fortron plastic components.
• Height adjustable yoke.
• Automatic disconnection of power on removal of lamp module.
8
LDR – Luci della Ribalta
P.C. spot light
tempo pc650 plus
Lens Type120mm dia. Fresnel CP81 FKW GY9.5 300W 120V 3200K 50 hrs
Reflector55mm dia. glass CP89 FKR GY9.5 650W 120V 3200K 200 hrs
Microswitchno M38 GY9.5 300W 230V/240V 2950K 2.000 hrs
Colour Gel Dimension150x150mm M40 GY9.5 500W 230V/240V 2950K 2.000 hrs
Throw2-10m T18 GY9.5 500W 230V/240V 3000K 300 hrs
Beam angle7°-58° T25 GY9.5 500W 230V/240V 3000K 360 hrs
T27 GY9.5 650W 230V/240V 3050K 450 hrs
14
LDR – Luci della Ribalta
Fresnel spot light
tempo f650 plus
 

Lens Type120mm dia. Fresnel CP81 FKW GY9.5 300W 120V 3200K 50 hrs
Reflector55mm dia. glass CP89 FKR GY9.5 650W 120V 3200K 200 hrs
Microswitchno M38 GY9.5 300W 230V/240V 2950K 2.000 hrs
Colour Gel Dimension150×150 mm M40 GY9.5 500W 230V/240V 2950K 2.000 hrs
Throw2-10m T18 GY9.5 500W 230V/240V 3000K 300 hrs
Beam angle7°-60° T25 GY9.5 500W 230V/240V 3000K 360 hrs
T27 GY9.5 650W 230V/240V 3050K 450 hrs
14
LDR – Luci della Ribalta
Flood light
Rima s500f pr0
– Symmetrical Reflector
– Halogen Lamp 200 – 500 W.
The PRO version of the RIMA symmetrical flood
Comes complete with microswitch interlock for lamp safe replacement
Front safety glass
A colour frame and 1.5m mains cable are included
All accessories also available in white and silver
This product is available in white (not pictured)
6
LDR – Luci della Ribalta
Cycolorama
rima a500f
– Asymmetrical Reflector
– Halogen Lamp3x 200 W.

Reflectoraluminium, asymmetrical Plusline ES Small 160W R7s 230V 3100lm 2.000 hrs
Microswitchno Plusline ES Small 240W R7s 230V 4900lm 2.000 hrs
Colour Gel Dimension244x195mm Plusline ES Small 400W R7s 230V 8700lm 2.000 hrs
Throw2-5m
4
PAR can 64– Standard PAR Can
– Halogen Lamp 1000 W.
– Black color
6
Color source PAR LED light– RGB color.
– low noise fan operation
– DMX 4 CH/8 CH.
– Flat Slim
30
LED Moving light (wash)

Light Sky ML-12003 H

Light source: LED 120 pcs. by 3W of firm EDISON (R-30, G-30, B-30, W-30)
Power: 380W
The luminous flux is equivalent to a 1800W lamp
Low power consumption at high brightness.
Average service life of LEDs reaches 100,000 hours.
Control over the protocol DMX 512 = 12 channels
Angle of opening: standard 15 °, but it is also possible to order an angle of up to 45 °.
The horizontal rotation angle is 540 ° and the vertical angle is 225 °.
Accurate speed positioning.
LCD for input and adjustment of settings, there is a function of flipping the image on the display by 180 °, which makes it very easy to use in outdoor or suspended mode of operation.
Master / slave mode. Strobe 2-249Hz.
Meets all safety parameters and IP20 degrees of protection
6
Fly case

For Light Sky ML-12003 H

– LED Moving light Fly case
– every 2 Moving light in one Fly case
3
Moving Head beam

Light Sky F230 Extreme Beam

– Lamp: 230 W.
– DMX 512 Protocol
– RGBW Color Mixing
The LightSky F230 Extreme Beam offers supreme and awe inspiring effects for entertainment and live event lighting. Featuring the Osram SIRIUS HRI 230w lamp with revolutionary technology. The 230w moving head beam is comparable to a 3000W search light, and it offers a short arc and compact design with a bright, even field of light, equating to a highly saturated color palette.
Effects

  • Gobos group composed by 17 metallic gobos
  • “Gobo-shake” effect
  • Gobo change with synchronized blackout
  • Easy access to gobo wheels for replacement
  • ​Focus: linear adjustment
  • ​Iris : 7-class beam adjustment
  • Wash effect : adjustable Wash effects angle
  • 8-facet circular prism effect, bi-directional rotation with variable speed
  • 0-4° zoom over prism, widening or shrinking beam diameter
  • Frost filter softening beam outlines
6
Fly case
For Light Sky F230
– Moving Head beam Fly case
– every 2 Moving light in one Fly case
3
DMX Control
ETC SmartFade
– DMX 512 control for Dimmers, moving head and LED PAR systems
– Model: Virtual SmartFade
– Smart Fader ML 24/48 CH
– Made in USA
3
Smoke machines
Rosco Vapour Fog Machine
– 1800 W.
– DMX Protocol
The workhorse of Rosco’s new family of fog machines, the Vapour comes packed with all of the features that a professional effects technician could want – including solid reliability and ease of maintenance. Combining high-volume, continuous fog output, with a simple, one-step cleaning process and common core components that are designed to be replaced quickly – the Vapour can be relied upon to get the job done.
Two control options are standard in the Vapour: A detachable timed remote offers convenient local control of output & operation, and an integrated DMX interface allows programmed fog effects via a lighting desk. For maximum versatility, a Multi-Link feature allows a single Vapour Remote to control up to four Vapour, Vapour Plus, or V-Hazer units that are daisy-chained together via 3-pin XLR.
1
DMX CablesFor Moving light and LED system
Power CablesFor Halogen system, Moving light and LED system
Rack Dimmer

(ETC)Rack Dimmer

– Model: Unison DRd 12
– 12 Module
– 24 CH X 2 K.W.
Package Includes:
24 Channel / 12 Module 120/208VAC (Dimmer Modules Sold Separately)
3P/4W 100A *ML Rack
Echo Architectural control processor
– Made in USA
1
Rack Dimmer

(ETC)Rack Dimmer

– Model: Unison DRd 12
– 6 Module
– 12 CH X 2 K.W.
Package Includes:
· 12 Channel / 6 Module 120/208VAC (Dimmer Modules Sold Separately)
· 3P/4W 100A *ML Rack
· Echo Architectural control processor
– Made in USA
2

 

Winter courses 2018 – 2019

Acting and directing department (ACT)

Courses for Expressive performance and stage directing section (ACD)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2Diction basics and studiesACT 1102
2Cinema appreciationCTG 2107
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
1Music appreciation 1CTG 2119
2FitnessACT 2110
2Basics of theatrical directionACT 1111
3Acting techniques 1ACT 1214
Human RightsGEN 1201

Courses for Motion performance Section (ACA)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2Diction basics and studiesACT 1102
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
1Music appreciation 1CTG 2119
2FitnessACT 2110
2Basics of theatrical directionACT 1111
3Acting techniques 1ACT 1214
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Courses for Radio and television performing Section (ACN)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2Diction basics and studiesACT 1102
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
1Music appreciation 1CTG 2119
2Arabic 1ACN 1105
2Basics of theatrical directionACT 1111
2Diction and voice exercise 1ACT 4105
Human RightsGEN 1201

Cinema and Movie making department (CIN)

Courses for Dramatic writing Section (CWR)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
3Writing BasicsCWR 1101
2Dramatic analysisCWR 1108
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Courses for Cinema and T.V. Directing Section (CDR)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2Cinema appreciationCTG 2107
2Basics of plastic artCIN 1117
2Sociology of artCDR 1104
Human RightsGEN 1201

Courses for Film techniques Section (CDP)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2Cinema appreciationCTG 2107
2Basics of Film techniquesCTG 1102
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Radio recordingCDP 1115
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Courses for Cinematography Section (CSE)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Form compositionDES 1110 E
2AestheticsCTG 2121 E
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Television Production, Advertising department (BAV)

Courses for Directing and Television Production section (BTV)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Basics of plastic artCIN 1117
2Cinema appreciationCTG 2107
Human RightsGEN 1201

Courses for Advertising Section (BAD)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Basics of plastic artCIN 1117
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Advertising basicsBAD 1107
2Basics of design 1DES 1111 E
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

 

Design department (DES)

 

Courses for Scenes design Section (DCS)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2Form compositionDES 1110 E
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
3Engineering drawingDES 1115
2History of architectureDCS 1101
2Cinema appreciationCTG 2107
2Basics of design 1DES 1111 E
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Courses for Costumes design Section (DMS)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2Form compositionDES 1110 E
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2History costumesDES 2108 E
2Still-life paintingsDES 1201
2Cinema appreciationCTG 2107
2Basics of design 1DES 1111 E
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Multimedia and Graphics department (MED)

Courses for Visual effects section (MFX)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Still-life paintingsDES 1201
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2Basics of design 1DES 1111 E
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Courses for Multimedia and Internet section (MEN)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Still-life paintingsDES 1201
2Communication IntroductionMEN 1106
2Basics of design 1DES 1111 E
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

Courses for Animation and Graphic section (MCG)

ContentsCredit HoursCourse Titlecode
2English 1CTL 1101
2History of Universal cinemaCTG 2108
2Basics of Scenario and directingCTG 1101
2Greek DramaCTG 1112
2Basics of Cinematography and color correctionCTG 1205
2Basics of Acting and theatrical directingCTG 1106
2Still-life paintingsDES 1201
2Basics of Production, Financing and DistributionCTG 1103 E
2History of Tricks and EffectsMFX 1116
Human RightsGEN 1201

 

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