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    AA Visiting School - Love and Crime. BASTA! --DEADLINE JULY 29--

    Goswin Schwendinger Jul 20 '12 0

    The Architectural Association brings you - Love & Crime. BASTA!

    WIN THE COMPETITION TO ENTER THE SUMMER SCHOOL AT A REDUCED FEE! (scroll down for details)

    The Godfathers of Cinematic Architecture are running a summer school in Nice, France.

    Monday 6th August – Thursday 16 August 2012

     

    The masters are back! Pascal Schöning and Goswin Schwendinger are teaching again in Nice this summer. Join us on a 10 days intensive architectural film making workshop where you will be diving into the realms of Cinematic Architecture.

    Developed through scriptwriting, filming and editing, your short films will express and explore the emotions embedded within space and architecture. With Nice's loaded aesthetics as the backdrop, the French Riviera will form the perfect stage for Love & Crime. BASTA !

    Cinematic Architecture lecture by Pascal Schöning: http://www.aaschool.ac.uk//VIDEO/lecture.php?ID=97

    Follow link to view award winning work of students that have come out of AA Cinematic Architecture Unit 3 - http://vimeo.com/16505232Photo 

    Still from Stefano Rambolli Pansera's - Without here or there.

     

    Whilst in Nice the Villa Arson has generously allocated 6 studios for inscribed students at discounted prices. Each studio sleeps 2. It features a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and WC. The cost per head per night is EURO 34.00 based on full occupancy.

     

    The Villa Arson

     

    For a full description of the course follow this link:
    http://aaschoolnice.tumblr.com/

    To Enroll follow this link:

    http://www.aaschool.ac.uk/STUDY/VISITING/nice

    SIGN UP FAST AS ONLY FEW PLACES LEFT........

    CONTACT

    Goswin Schwendinger, Director - schwendinger@mac.com

    Merlin Eayrs, Tutor - merlineayrs@googlemail.com

     

     

    WIN THE COMPETITION TO ENTER THE SUMMER SCHOOL AT A REDUCED FEE!

     


    70 % OFF the Fee!


    We will grant a 70% discount for the best entry. To qualify please submit 2 photographs (as laid out below) when enrolling to the course. At the day of the deadline (July 29th) we will pick the winner.


    The master Pascal Schöning is back, teaching again in Nice for ten days this summer with the photographer Goswin Schwendinger.


    Nice, the French capital of crime is the backdrop of the course. Surrounded by retired criminals and lookalikes, the romantic legacy of the New Wave will be easier to grasp, for the better or for the worse. Indeed! What room is left to lovers and sinners after fifty years of tourism on the Riviera? Since Godard said that “Cinema was the most beautiful fraud in the world”, how much love is it possible to give to this crime in such a place ?
    Based on the manifesto Cinematic Architecture, the moment of a short story will be the starting point for the investigation. One still will be carefully crafted around that story. Its narrative will then be expanded to reach the quality and the density of a movie. Participants are invited to ponder upon what the French Riviera is in their imagination and represent it in two shots.

    One is Love. One is Crime. 

    If these are sent to the organisers no later than the day of the deadline, the authors of the best pair of images will see their fees partly refunded.
    Deadline: 29th of July

    Send two images with only one title to octave.perrault@aaschool.ac.uk

    Pascal Schöning

    Goswin & Pascal

     

     

     
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Dear Friends. We are so excited to tell you: The next "Love&Crime-Basta!" experience, part of the Architectural Association Visiting School programme, will be in form of a road trip. Check first details on: http://www.aaschool.ac.uk/STUDY/VISITING/pacifichighwayone Don't miss out and plan your next summer wisely. Best greetings from all at RTCO (Research Team for Cinematic Operations)

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