Richard Breyer, Co-Director
Norman Kutcher, Co-Director
Richard L. Breyer, Richard Dubin, Tula Goenka, Sharon R. Hollenback, Norman A. Kutcher, Patricia H. Longstaff, Gladys McCormick, James Roger Sharp, Evan Smith, Junko Takeda, Margaret Susan Thompson, Robert J. Thompson, Donald C. Torrance
The documentary film and history master’s program is a cross-disciplinary program with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. It is designed for those interested in studying the documentary from various points of view-production, distribution, new media, applications to education at all levels. This master’s degree also offers students the opportunity to deepen their understanding of history at the same time that they acquire the practical skills of the filmmaker’s craft. Documentary film and history students prepare to work as writers, editors, directors, designers, and executives at independent production companies and organizations, such as The History Channel, Learning Channel, and Public Broadcasting Stations. Graduates also teach media and history.