Upper School broadcast journalism classes have been treated to a host of outside speakers over the past few weeks, allowing the students to learn more about options to continue this course of study in college and how different industry career paths evolve. Broadcast students reported on each of the recent speakers:
- 66 students traveled to the Jacob Burns Film Center to see a special screening of Leave No Trace and participating in a question and answer session with Oscar-nominated director Debra Granik.
- Documentary producer Gabrielle Schonder visited Real World Filmmaking students and shared advice on navigating the field based on her experience as a producer and reporter at Frontline at PBS and 60 Minutes.
- Two Sacred Heart Greenwich alumna from the filmmaking program, Lily Lemkau ‘18 and Lorraine Rinaldi ‘19, returned to their alma mater on November 25 to speak about their college film careers thus far with students.
- Plus cinematographer Hans Charles, who is known for his Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated documentary entitled 13th, presented to Creative Filmmaking students about his creative process.
Learn more about the Broadcast Journalism offerings for all grade levels at Sacred Heart here.