What is "Archaeological dreams III?"
This year Archaeological Dreams III is a suspense/terror film based on students digging in a necropolis of a prehistoric cave on Menorca. This film was produced by students of the Making a Movie: Archaeological Film program (course code 201301) directed by Macias…...
The Sanisera Field School began in 1996 as a school for university students who wanted to be trained in archaeological fieldwork through the excavation of the Roman city of Sanisera (Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain). Our work is focused on the study of ancient cities, biological anthropology, amphorae & shipwrecks in underwater archaeology, how to make a movie, learning mapping tools for archaeologists focused on GIS Software and discovering the most important monuments from Ancient civilizations such as Athens and Rome.
The Making a Movie: Archaeological Film program teaches participants how to film a video documentary so that an audience can learn more about the archaeological findings and the archaeological work being carried out both on site and in the laboratory. Participants of this course will learn about the process of creating a documentary: video footage, preparing the plot, selection of scenes, sound and the different elements regarding audiovisuals.
The three protagonists of Archaeologicaldreams III were students of the Sanisera Field School from the USA, Australia and France. They were three of the 214 participants of 2012.
Where's is filmed?
Students that participate in the Making a Movie: Archaeological Film program produce a film, either science fiction or a documentary based on the archaeological work being carried out in the Roman city of Sanisera, the port and the surrounding necropolis in Menorca.
The Sanisera Field School has been organizing international archaeology courses since 2004. In 2012, 214 students from all over the world participated in our programs.