Galdós student films University of Sheffield

Galdós student films University of Sheffield

Description

At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process.

Collection details

Toolbox

There are no actions available for this resource.

Collection items

  • 1 Files

    Galdos student film 05: Realidad's Frederico

    At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process. This film is a portrayal of Realidad's Frederico as a drug addict and thus contains explicit images of drug use and suicide.

    > Read more...
  • 1 Files

    Galdos student film 02: Realidad

    At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process. This film is a Hollyoaks/telenovela version of Realidad.

    > Read more...
  • 1 Files

    Galdos student film 03: Noticas Realidad

    At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process. This film is a version of the suicide of Realidad transferred into a modern day news report.

    > Read more...
  • 1 Files

    Galdos student film 06: Los secretos de Senén

    At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process. This film is a chat show version of El Abuelo which involved a 3-camera/live TV style shoot.

    > Read more...
  • 1 Files

    Galdos student film 04: Realidad

    At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process. This film is a portrayal of the suicide of Realidad's Frederico and therefore contains explicit images of violence and suicide.

    > Read more...
  • 1 Files

    Galdos student film 01: El Abuelo

    At Level 3 (final year), in 2003 Rhian Davies embarked with Claire Allam (a Producer from the Learning and Teaching Services department of the University of Sheffield) upon the formidable challenge of getting students to select sequences from two of Galdós's works that exist in both novel and play form and turning them into films. Teaching Galdos's work with film is a fascinatingly stimulating experience and it is certainly something that the students enjoy. As well as gaining valuable employability skills (in problem solving, team building, project management etc.) through the filmmaking process, in producing their own film versions, students come to engage closely with the works and have a lot of fun in the process. This film is a portrayal of a scene from El Abuelo.

    > Read more...