[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”7635″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]Film cycles are aimed at watching and discussing movies that show liberal life styles that many times go unnoticed. Thus, through a discussion guided by a guest lecturer, attendants have a conversation and reflection on liberal principles and specific ideas and deepen on them, in addition to having an entertaining evening.
[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][lvca_tabs][lvca_tab tab_title=”General Information”]Next cycle: October 6, 2016
Place: FPP, 5th Floor. (Prat 887, Valparaíso.)
Difficulty level: basic
Price: free[/lvca_tab][lvca_tab tab_title=”Program”]Movie 1: “Matriz” commnets by Ricardo Neimann (October 6th)
Movie 2: “Good bye Lenin” comments by Franz Schultzki (October 20th)
Movie 3: “Life is Beautiful” comments by José Antonio Soto” (November 3rd)
Movie 4: “V For Vendetta” comments by Sascha Hanning (November 17th)[/lvca_tab][lvca_tab tab_title=”Benefits/Usefulness”]
- This cycle is aimed at delivering concepts in a more sensitive practical way – not so theoretical.
- This is a good way of approaching liberalism in a friendlier manner.
[/lvca_tab][lvca_tab tab_title=”What do we teach?”]- Critical analysis of movies and concepts of the movie and drama language.
– Attendants learn about other tools to transmit ideas.[/lvca_tab][lvca_tab tab_title=”Audience profile”]General public[/lvca_tab][lvca_tab tab_title=”Methodology”]The entire movie is shown and once it has finished, it is commented by an FPP member or by an ad-hoc lecturer. After the talk – or during it (depending on the lecturer) – the attending public discusses the movie and has a conversation on it.[/lvca_tab][/lvca_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row]