KINOEYES | KEM - The European Movie Masters
KEM is an original study programme that seeks to promote new teaching and learning opportunities for learners and teachers in the areas of fiction film making and creativity studies. This two year MA programme is a brand-new highly intensive fiction film making masters degree supported by ERASMUS+.
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The Consortium

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2015
Lisboa
2015
Lisboa
2015
Lisboa

Teachers

Mart Raun

Mart RaunDirector, Cinematographer and Lecturer

Timo Heinänen

Timo HeinänenCinematographer, Photographer, BFMCEO Sunny's Surplus

Larry Sider

Larry SiderSound, BFM

Nigel Smith

Nigel SmithLecturer in Screenwriting, Napier

Susie Brown

Susie BrownProduction Specialization, Napier

Gonçalo Galvão Teles

Gonçalo Galvão TelesDevelopment – Ideas and Storytelling, ULHT

Possidónio Cachapa

Possidónio CachapaMethods of Creativity, ULHT

Jorge Paixão da Costa

Jorge Paixão da CostaMethods of Creativity, ULHT

Course Curriculum

KEM - Kino Eyes -The European Movie Masters - is a four semester master degree awarding 120 ECTS. Each semester has 30 ECTS.

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Mobility Scheme

The mobility scheme offered by KEM is mandatory, and studends will travel to all the consortium institutions.

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The Consortium

In view of providing a high quality European Joint Master Degree in Fiction Film, three European HEIs with different pedagogical approaches and experiences in higher education have come together to create the KEM Consortium.

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Academic Board

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Elen Lotman

Elen Lotman has been a part-time lecturer in BFM since 2007. She graduated cinematography BA cum laude in 2004 in...

Manuel José Damásio

Manuel is a full professor and the head of the film and media art department at Lusófona University. He obtained his...

Paul Holmes

Between 1990 and 2006 Paul directed dozens of hours of television for the UK’s five terrestrial channels...