The Master’s programme is structured in two lines of study: a theoretical one (which includes modules I and II) and a practical one (modules III and IV), which begin in parallel from the beginning of the course.

– Modules I and II consist of master classes of 4 hours each session.
– Lessons run from October to March, Monday to Thursday from 4 pm to 8 pm..
– Mostly taught by professors who are doctors, not only from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) but also from other universities.
– These theoretical modules are a fundamental part of the training and bring the student closer to the different documentary forms, their historical evolution and their aesthetic options. With the acquired knowledge, students base their decisions on practical modules.
– Some sessions will be accompanied by a screening that will begin at 3 pm in the same classroom where the class will take place.
– The space where take place is Casa Convalescència – UAB.

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→ Introduction to the theoretical aspect of documentaries (Quim Puig)
→ General history of documentary cinema (Esteve Riambau)
→ History of the Spanish documentary (Josetxo Cerdán)
→ Latin American documentary (Mirito Torreiro)
→ Observational Cinema (Ricardo Íscar)
→ The documentary of the self (Hanna Hatzmann)
→ Film essay (Josep Maria Català & Andrés Duque)
→ Found footage and remixing (Ingrid Guardiola)


→ Television and new platforms (Núria Araüna Baró)
→ Museums (Carlos Guerra)
→ Documentary film festivals in global culture (Jorge Tur Moltó)