The Master in the Art of Storytelling has three subject areas of interest: literature, television and cinema, in order to provide students with an "all-round" preparation in the panorama of today's storytelling, both from a cultural and a practical-operational perspective.
Each student will be asked to reverse the canonical process of discipleship and to adopt a "master" of whom he/she becomes a disciple. An artist, from the past or the present, who arouses in him/her an admiration leading to a deeper involvement in the artist's work to the point of making it the object of a creative imitation.
At the end of the course, IULM University will issue a first level Master's degree in The Art of Storytelling. Literature, Cinema, Television.
Publishing: Writer, editor, editorial editor.
Cinema: Screenwriter story editor, research and development projects.
Television: TV author, TV series writer, story editor, TV editor, production assistant.
The Master's Degree in the Art of Storytelling is aimed at all three-year (or five-year) graduates with an interest in literary, journalistic, film or television fiction writing.
Admission to the master's degree course takes place through a selection interview.