December 18, 2012

Lights! Camera! Degree! Sacred Heart's film-TV master's

Fairfield's Sacred Heart University, leveraging its Fairfield County proximity to NBC Universal and other film-studio operators, says it is launching next fall a film and television master's degree program.

Through partnerships with media companies, students will work outside the classroom, immersing themselves in real film and TV environments. They will also complete their own professional portfolios and select internships tailored to fit their interests, said Damon Maulucci, an independent screenwriter-director who is visiting professor for the program.

"Students will create and produce independent and artistic film, television and transmedia projects,'' said Maulucci, whose credits include the film, "Detonator.'' "The students' projects and experience culminate with them leaving the program with their own professional reels, ready for the job market.''

The program has begun accepting graduate students for the fall of 2013. To apply or for information, visit the newly launched website at

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