Film workshop (warsztaty) - 2019/2020

Course description
General information
Lecturer:mgr Stanisław Dunin-Wilczyński
Organising unit:Faculty of Social Sciences - Instytut Dziennikarstwa i Zarządzania
Number of hours (week/semester): 2/30
Language of instruction:Język polski
Course objective
C1. Knowledge of the mechanisms determining the formation of a filmmaking, image-sound relationship. C2. acquisition of information on basic legal regulations regarding the creation and dissemination of film works and the limits of legal protection of entities involved in the production and dissemination of cinematographic works
knowledge of the basics of civil law and copyright
Learning outcomes
K_W09 has ordered knowledge about the cultural conditions of communication processes
K_W10 has ordered knowledge about the goals, organization and functioning of media and cultural institutions, p, deepened in selected areas

K_U03 is able to efficiently communicate using various channels, genres and communication techniques with specialists, as well as with recipients from outside the group of specialists, using modern technological solutions
K_U08 is able to efficiently use selected theoretical approaches to analyze the practical activities undertaken

K_K02 is ready to take on professional and personal challenges; shows activity, undertakes hardship and is characterized by perseverance in undertaking individual and team professional activities; engages in cooperation
K_K03 has a positive attitude towards acquiring knowledge in the field of the studied scientific discipline and building a workshop
Teaching method
exercises, discussion, analysis, didactic games, conceptual tasks in the group and individual
Course content description
Organizational activities related to film production.
Mechanisms of film production. Cultural institutions involved in supporting film creativity.
Technical analysis of the film work, translation of the idea into the image language. The concept of film.
1. Definitional problems.
2. Film as a subject of civil law relations.
3. Film and a cinematographic work.
4. Audiovisual works.
5. Videograms.
The basics of film law.
1. History of film law.
2. The Cinematography Act.
3. Existing implementing acts.
Agreements in the field of film ..
1. Subject-specific copyright law.
2. Systematics of contracts in the field of film.
3. Trading in property rights.
Producer of the film.
1. The concept of the producer.
2. Co-production.
3. Production of the film.
4. TV station as a producer of an audiovisual work.
Movie operation.
1. Distributor.
2. Entities operating cinema halls.
3. Sale and rental and distribution of the film.
4. TV station as a film-maker,
5. Distribution in a cable network.
Content and form of the film distribution agreement.
1. Contents and form of the contract.
2. Elements of the contract.
Forms of assessment
W - for the grade 2 - Student does not know the basic program content
W - for the grade 3 - The student can selectively indicate and characterize the content discussed in the class
W - for grade 4 - The student knows the content of legal regulations, views of the legal doctrine and judicature regarding the discussed legal issues.
W - for grade 5 - The student has knowledge that goes beyond the scope of the issues discussed in the classroom, he can formulate his own conclusions and postulates, assesses existing legal regulations and can justify this assessment.
U - for grade 2 - The student does not understand the legal assessment of the facts.
U - for grade 3 - The student understands the method of legal assessment of factual states.
U - for the grade 4 - The student is able to independently assess the legal status of the facts.
U - for grade 5 - The student can indicate different ways of assessing the same factual state.
K - for grade 2 - The student is not involved in the learning process.
K - for grade 3 - The student has an indifferent attitude to the class.
K - for grade 4 - The student is aware of the need to improve his qualifications.
K - for grade 5 - The student uses the acquired skills in practice.
Required reading list
G. Tylec, Komentarz do ustawy o prawie autorskim i prawach pokrewnych. Lublin 2013.
M. Poźniak Niedzielska, J. Szczotka M. Mozgawa, Prawo autorskie i prawa pokrewne. Zarys wykładu, Lublin 2007.
Barta J., Czajkowska-Dąbrowska M,. Ćwiąkalski Z., Markiewicz R., Traple E., Komentarz do ustawy o prawie autorskim i prawach pokrewnych , Warszawa 2010.
J. Sobczak, Podstawy prawa filmowego, Gniezno 2008.
P. Ślęzak, Umowa o rozpowszechnianiu filmu, Warszawa 1999,
Literatura uzupełniająca:
M. Hendrykowski, Autor w filmie, Poznań 1991.
M. Poźniak - Niedzielska, Autorstwo dzieła filmowego, Warszawa 1968.
Field of study: Journalism and Social Communication
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year I - Semester 2
Number of ECTS credits: 2
Form of assessment: Grade