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Place-school and cinema: mutual affections and metamorphoses - from space to filming - from filming to space


Located in the general scope of the possibilities and combats opened by the Brazilian law 13006/14, this is a project to follow the experiences with the cinema in a place-school, in this case, the place brings together two public schools of early childhood education located in the outskirts of the city of Campinas . This is a proposal of cartographic research in the encounter between cinema and school, between a cinema (taken as art) that intends to become a cineclub and two schools that intend to enter into becoming cinema ... and cineclub. The research has as more general "problem" the relations between space and image in an educational context and will be configured to follow the mutual variations in place-school (space) and in the cinema (image) from the arrival of another mode of cinema to operate (through dispositifs of creation) in that school community, another way of cinema to produce practices and educational experiences in professionals and children, which will be taken in "autistic condition", of lack of language having their bodies coupled to a camera, making follow-up to be like experimenting with Fernand Deligny, locating (itself) (in) the terrain-place, outside the self. From this monitoring cartography of affections and paths will emerge, through writing and maps made by researchers from the university and by the six professionals of the schools who will act as researchers, with different functions and research focuses. In this sense, it is a project that seeks to carry out a continuous formation of teachers that is not operated through training, but rather through the creation of different courses of (re) inventing a teacher in the vicinity of the cinema. (AU)

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