Italy has been, since antiquity, the centre of history, culture and art, but also Italy is the country that hosts unique and fascinating international events as well as some of the most acclaimed films in the history of cinema.
The Italian entertainment industry is known worldwide for its epic films set in classical settings, the numerous film directors, actors and actresses as well as its strong and mass appealing TV shows formats born in the 1950’s.
The programme offers a solid knowledge for the organization and promotion of arts events in digital era, but also the professional knowledge to enable students and passionate about the sector in specialising on the features of the Italian entertainment sector.
During the course, the following topics will be covered:
In addition, students will have the opportunity to deepen the topics thanks to company case histories based on interviews with experts from the respective sectors.
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This Postgraduate Master Course aims at providing graduates and entertainment lovers with a broad overview over the Italian Entertainment and creative industry and its peculiarities from different perspectives: Art, Design, Economy, Communications, Television, Cinema and Music.
This postgraduate Master course is aimed at young graduates, professionals and all the entertainment and arts lovers who wish to improve their competences in the “Made in Italy” branded communication and entertainment industry.
Students are expected to:
• study the didactic material specifically arranged;
• participate in online activities;
• successfully meet the required learning outcomes of each module as stated in course outline in order to pass the assignments;
• revise the assignments according to the lecturers’ comments in an event of the failure to meet one or more of the learning outcomes for each module;
• successfully pass the final dissertation defence real time via digital tools
The following access qualifications are required: