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學生對 哥本哈根大学 提供的 北欧电影和电视 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

In many ways Scandinavian film and television is a global cultural brand, connected with and exporting some of the cultural and social values connected to a liberal and progressive welfare society. This course deals with the social, institutional and cultural background of film and television in Scandinavia and in a broader European and global context....

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TR
2020年8月13日

Good information and little shots of movie clips. Movies were depressing in nature. Good to see Scandinavian countries creating original content that is valued. Had to retake quizzes a few times. LOL

DC
2017年7月21日

Informative and a very good orientation towards the Scandinavian and in fact the European film and television scene. Also gave insights on future trends and developments. Many thanks.

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1 - 北欧电影和电视 的 25 個評論(共 125 個)

創建者 Catherine W

2016年8月8日

I found the lectures very interesting; but was surprised at how the quizzes / assignments focused so much on facts and figures - surely these aren't nearly as important as understanding the content?

創建者 Pfstudio

2021年3月11日

Thank. You inspired me to do documentaries. I will watch Ib Bondebjerg's performances many times and watch Lars Von Trier's interviews.

Scandinavian cinema is great. Tired of these Hollywood movies. I watched the series "The Bridge" with pleasure. He's impressive. The role of Sofia Helin splendidly played.

I have wanted to do documentary films for a long time. There were projects. But the pandemic destroyed all plans. I would like to find Scandinavian documentary film projects and participate in them. I would like to organize a joint project, but I don’t know where to go, I don’t know where to look for information.

創建者 Aron P

2015年12月27日

I'm three weeks into and really enjoying this course. It's light – about 2-3 hours a week so far, plus maybe one film, feels sufficient. The student is free to choose her degree of intensity. At the same time it opens a richness of vistas on the study of film in general as well as the course content.

I think it's a good model for the massive online course: both highly customisable and sufficiently demanding (deadlines are essential) to maintain engagement.

創建者 Paula H

2017年11月12日

He aprendido mucho con este curso. Es muy entretenido porque después de cada lección siempre acabas viendo alguna película que se te escapaba.

No se hace nada pesado si tienes el tiempo justo durante la semana. Además, las clases son fáciles de seguir porque su acento inglés se entiende muy bien. Y a una mala tiene subtítulos en inglés.

Os lo recomiendo a todos y a todas.

創建者 王季羚

2016年12月19日

I like the course so much .

Taking part in it made me experience a different way of films and television,especially made in Scandinavian.I did not know anything about European movies before until I participate in it. It is a memorable experience for me,it led me to a different world about movies and television.

Thank you for the course.

創建者 Mimika M

2021年1月10日

This course has taught me a wide range of Scandinavian films, history, and development details.

The course fully covers the beginning of Scandinavian films, relations to English speaking countries, and modern technology with the new digital device. The professors give details and straightforward analysis. It is an excellent course.

創建者 Wendy P

2017年1月8日

Enlightening and thought provoking. Thank you for the background on the various Scandinavian cultures, media business models, and film/TV marks and accomplishments - also for presenting the material in a well-organized and efficient manner. Really enjoyed the course, and look forward to viewing more Scandinavian film and television.

創建者 Mileidy M M

2017年8月25日

I just love. It's a very interesting and complete course. It was my first course by Coursera and I'm very satisfied.

I hope to be informed of courses within this area of study through the University of Copenhagen or others that focus the same subject.

Thank you! I hope to hear from you soon! Good luck!

創建者 Asmayani K

2016年2月1日

It's a great introduction to Scandinavian visual culture. The course is well prepared by all the professors and it is easy to understand even for the people who doesn't have background education in cinema. I hope there will be more specific courses in Scandinavian cinema for the future.

創建者 Gustavo D

2018年4月7日

A very good course, well done, with a lot of information. On the top of that shows the nordic culture, the diferences between the four countries, and the particular way of express their diferences with the global culture. The way the nordic found their nich. CONGRATULATIONS.

創建者 Isaac W

2020年6月11日

This is a fascinating course! I had a general knowledge of Scandinavian film from the independent move theaters in America. However, being able to fully understand the foundation of Scandinavian film makes seeing Scandinavian content even more rewarding!

創建者 Enzo

2018年9月13日

If you have an interest in Scandinavian films, this course is a great resource. The lectures were well produced and full of worthwhile information. The accompanying texts were also very helpful. I enjoyed the class and would recommend it to others.

創建者 Lawrence M

2018年5月8日

A great experience for anybody who wants to learn more about what is out there a a fan of Nordic Noir, or in my own case as a filmmaker it helped my consider how regional factors and platform availablility can influence the distribution of a film

創建者 Pradeep M

2016年7月1日

It was an eye opener and enjoyed every second of the course. A well laid out course covering all ages of Scandinavian cinema and television, from silent days to VOD. An essential course for all cinema and television enthusiast.

創建者 Vivek S

2020年7月8日

Nice Course. Made me get interested and inspired towards involving myself with the Scandinavian Film Culture and Nordic themes. This course now has made me search for platforms to view Scandinavian shows. Enjoyed the course!

創建者 Luis A G G

2016年10月3日

Awesome course and completely useful to understand better the history of Scandinavian Film and Television but also the circumstances that had made possible the big contents we are seeing coming from that region today.

創建者 Cosmo A

2016年6月19日

The information was perfectly curated for this course. It's all very interesting, and they cover a large spam of time with the key aspects of each time or movement without it being tiring, too technical or repetitive.

創建者 Beatriz V

2020年2月13日

Thank you Coursera for making this great number of courses available. I finished my first one and I'm researching the next one. Only the diploma will be missing. Maybe later on I can't pay and get my diploma.

創建者 TyAnn S R

2020年8月14日

Good information and little shots of movie clips. Movies were depressing in nature. Good to see Scandinavian countries creating original content that is valued. Had to retake quizzes a few times. LOL

創建者 FRANCISCA B A

2020年9月6日

It is a good opportunity to learn more about Scandinavian culture and influence in cinema. The lessons are very enjoyable and give a wide spectrum of titles as well as movies and television series.

創建者 Лепьохін Є О ( L

2020年6月13日

Very informative, highly engaging and encouraging for further delves into the realm of Scandinavian film culture features. You will know more than meets your eye upon spotting Bergman or Trier.

創建者 Hans L

2020年4月30日

Very well built course, rich and interesting content with all the elements that I expected before I took the course and many surprising facts and points of view that I was not aware of.

創建者 Daniel C

2017年7月22日

Informative and a very good orientation towards the Scandinavian and in fact the European film and television scene. Also gave insights on future trends and developments. Many thanks.

創建者 Natasha S

2021年6月20日

A great course that touches upon Scandinavian film and televison both in terms of art, its main features and particularities, and its history and development as an industry.

創建者 Okov E

2019年5月6日

The course is really interesting, it shows how two different players- small national production and independent giants of world industy feel ont the on one worlg ground.