Film Schools and Institutions

Mamoun Hassan has delivered Movie Masterclass analysis at the following film schools and institutions:

North America

UCLA Extension

California Institute of the Arts

Psychoanalytic Centre of California, LA

Latin America

Presenter, Buenos Aires Film 2006 Retrospective on Kevin Brownlow, Bill Douglas and Peter Watkins, Buenos Aires, Argentina

A series of Movie Masterclasses at the Cinematheque, Santiago, Chile

El Instituto Cubano de Arte e Industria Cinematográficos (ICAIC), Havana, Cuba

Escuela International de Cine y Televisiòn (EICTV), San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba

Europe

The Rex Cinema, Berkhamsted, Herts, UK

The Performing Arts Lab, Kent, UK

Danish Film and Television School

Oslo University and Norwegian Film Centre

Greek Ministry of Culture, Athens

European Film College, Denmark

National Film Theatre, London, UK — film analysis on Ozu, Kurosawa, Ford, Ray, Pontecorvo, Mackendrick, Becker, Wajda and Douglas

Arista workshops for script editors: Wexford (Ireland), Ronda (Spain) and Hamburg (Germany)

DOKU.ARTS Festival, Berlin — Moderator; Presenter of Mikhail Kalatazov’s  Soy Cuba

Andrzej Wajda Master Film School, Warsaw

Adviser, Screenwriters’ Lab, Gijon, Spain

Co-Chairman, Nordic Symposium on Cinema, Copenhagen, 1992

Centre for Dramatic Arts, Sarajevo

Asia

Consultant to the Australian Film Commission on the future of Film Australia

Australian Film, Television and Radio School

Satyajit Ray Institute of Film and Television, Calcutta

Nandon Cultural Centre, Calcutta

National Centre for the Performing Arts, Bombay

Tata Film Society, Jamshid

National Film Corporation, Sri Lanka

Africa

UNESCO-Zimbabwe Film Training Project, Harare. 1991-1993 – Senior Consultant

Middle East

Education Without Borders International Conference, Abu Dhabi and Dubai, 2011

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