Cinema ❯ ITA


Vision meets technique.

Book the DIGITAL admission test on 18th April 2020Book for the Open Day

You will recount the world through the eye of the camera. You will learn to script-write, direct, film, post-produce and edit diverse visual structural formats.

The gaze of the machine, recounting what the world looks like. Writing, shooting, editing, producing. Knowledge of cinema and television. Creating short films, music videos, commercials, documentaries, and television productions. At RUFA you can prepare for a profession that is absolutely modern by beginning from the study of a passion that has ancient beginnings. Thanks to the numerous lessons and workshops by professional tutors, those taking a Ba Degree in Cinema at RUFA can look forward to a world of interesting work opportunities. Possessing the strength of a solid foundation of technical and theoretical experience, they may be invited to write, direct, construct, produce, post-produce, and edit the structure of various kinds of visual format. They will be able to make their own films and television programmes, thanks to having assimilated a solid understanding of these media during their years at RUFA, where they learn about directing and scriptwriting, photography, shooting techniques, editing, sound design, history of the contemporary arts, aesthetics in the visual arts, and the history of cinema. All of this gives them the ability to offer the world of entertainment a complete, up-to-date, strongly competitive professional profile.
Academy Degrees are equivalent to Bachelor’s university degrees.

*The course is available only in Italian language.

Coordinator: Andres Rafael Zabala
Tutor: Christian Angeli
Lecturers: Elisa Amoruso, Christian Angeli, Alessandro Bencivenni, Marianna Cappi, Giacomo Ciarrapico, Stefano Compagnucci, Andrea Costantini, Bruno D’Annunzio, Genny Di Bert, Alessio Maria Federici, Elena Fiorellino, Claudio Giovannesi, Wairimu Mary Kang’ethe, Massimo Intoppa, Federico Landini, Valeria Licurgo, Alessandro Marinelli, Fabio Mollo, Tullio Morganti, Christian Rizzo, Martha Scherr, Raffaele Simongini, Caterina Tomeo, Elisabetta Villaggio, Andres Rafael Zabala.



Suggested training programme – Design and Applied Arts Department

Total Credits180
I YEARFilm-Making 112150
Direction 1645
History of Cinema & Video 1645
Desktop Publishing675
Editing Techniques450
Film Shooting Techniques450
Sound Design 1450
Basics of Computer Science450
Optional Subject6/
II YEARFilm-Making 212150
Direction 2645
History of Cinema & Video 2645
Features of Video Production 1675
Mass Media Theory & Methods645
Art History: Artistic Styles & Context645
Digital Video450
Optional Subject2/
III YEARFilm-Making 312150
Audiovisual Documentation Techniques8100
Script Writing645
Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts645
Features of Video Production 2675
Video Editing450
Sound Design 2450
Optional Subject2/

Book the DIGITAL admission test on 18th April 2020Book for the Open Day