Posts Tagged ‘Cinema @en’

The UJI participates in the First International Conference on Audiovisual Translation

The Universitat Jaume I has participated in the first International Congress of Translation Studies held in Lima, organized by the Professional Academic School of Translation and Interpretation of the César Vallejo University. Frederic Chaume, Professor of Translation and Interpretation at the UJI, has been commissioned to deliver the inaugural lecture. More information Original video in […]

Ciència UJI in Radio Castellón Cadena SER: interview to the Translation and Communication in Audiovisual Media group

Ana Tamayo, researcher of the Translation and Communication in Audiovisual Media group (TRAMA) of the Universitat Jaume I, explains in this interview to Cadena SER Radio Castellón the different lines of research of the group addressing issues such as the reality of dubbing and subtitling in Spain ; the rise of dubbing and video game […]

The history of dubbing: from a mechanism of censoring to a tool of communication

Dubbing allows to share audio-visual products among people that speak different languages. Videogames, films or cartoons use dubbing to cross borders. However, along the history, dubbing has also been a weapon for censoring used by dictators as Mussolini, Franco or Hitler. The Professor of Translation and Interpretation and coordinator of the research team Trama at […]

Lorenzo Silva: “Loyalty is key for adapting a novel to the cinema”

The writer Lorenzo Silva analysed the importance of dialogue in literature and cinema at the lecture “By their deeds you will know them? Dialogue as character portrait and the eventful journey from paper to screen”, which he delivered under the summer course “Television, cinema and language: a reflection of reality?” at the Universitat Jaume I. […]

Rodríguez Tranche: “The statment that the Spanish cinema is in crisis is a recurring topic that is difficult to discard”

“Society believes that the Spanish film industry is a fragile sector that they must protect and care for, but from which people feels detached”, stated the lecturer of Audiovisual Communication at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Rafael Rodríguez Tranche, during his speech at the summer course “Spanish cinema in today’s culture: new models of management […]

The Spanish Film Academy awards the book by Vicente J. Benet “El cine español. Una historia cultural”

The book El cine español. Una historia cultural, published by Paidós Comunicación and written by Vicente J. Ferrando Benet, professor of Audiovisual Communication and Advertising at the Universitat Jaume I, has been awarded the Muñoz Suay Award 2013 of the Spanish Film Academy. The video shows the presentation at the Spanish Film Library of this […]

Barry Jordan: ‘The Spanish film industry must redefine its business model or stare at its collapse’

Barry Jordan, lecturer at the Montfort University in the United Kingdom, opened the summer course at the Universitat Jaume I ‘Is there a future for the Spanish cinema?’ with the lecture ‘Spanish cinema: in search of the lost spectator’, where he analysed the loss of spectators that the Spanish cinema has suffered over the last […]

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