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Seton Hall University

Thomas Rondinella, M.F.A.

Professor of Visual and Sound Media
College of Communication and the Arts

Professor Rondinella has taught at Seton Hall since 1985 and is a film and video producer with his own company, Catfish Studios. He has produced five feature films (Unholy, Charming Billy, Morris County, Scrappers and A Good Day For It), directed three features (Blades, A Girls’ Guide… and Scrappers) written three produced screenplays and edited fifteen feature films. 

In addition, Professor Rondinella produces and directs corporate videos. Some past clients include NJ Chamber of Commerce, American Values Institute, WNET/WNYC-NY, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Catholic Charities, The Salesian Brothers, The World Addiction Foundation, and many more. He produced and directed the web cooking show, Cooking with Nonna and the public access show, NJ Today with John McKeon. Presently, he is co-producing and co-directing the documentary, “American Mayday”. He is also developing the feature films, “The Cellar” and “The Virtuoso” which he will produce.