O cinema de ficção como instrumento para a aprendizagem

Francisco García García, Pedro Alves

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Abstract

Cinema, fiction and narrative are important devices for designing and structuring based-or-inspired-inreality information into the shape of a communicational experience with strong impact and deep resonances in their spectators. As an author’s specific and determined proposal, a fictional and narrative film expands the horizons that are allowed by reality and/or lived by each individual, establishing a kind of fruition that, even if follows directions decided by the creative entity, reserves space and openness for each spectator incorporate and gamble their individual and social expectations; understand, interpret and analyse filmic data through their subjective point-ofview; and see themselves on the screen (projection and/or identification) and capitalize that extension with important data for their subconscious and existential satisfaction. Hence, narrative and fictional cinema brings within a clear pragmatic potential that allow spectators to contact, experiment and think about reality (referenced, represented and/or simulated within the film diegesis), which necessarily implies cognitive, empirical and emotional learning possibilities from the standing point of the distant, safe and subjective experience that “cinema-situation” allows each spectator. This study establishes a solid theoretical framework on film’s reception and pragmatics and verifies how receptive subjectivity encloses and takes positive advantage of Cinema’s learning potential.
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationAvanca Cinema 2015
Subtitle of host publicationinternational conference
EditorsAntónio Costa Valente, Rita Capucho
PublisherEdições Cine-Clube
Pages28-37
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9789899685864
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Cinema
  • Fiction
  • Narrative
  • Spectator
  • Learning

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