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Andy Glynne subjects the whole documentary process to scrutiny with advice on: a€c Developing your concept a€c Funding a€c Writing pitches and treatments a€c Interview technique a€c Narrative a€c Writing commentary a€c Dealing with ethical issues a€c Camera technique a€c Sound a€c Lighting a€c Post-production, editing and grading a€c Marketing and distribution a€c Film festivals a€c The history of documentary This NEW Edition has additional interviews with industry insiders and award-winning filmmakers, and up-to-the-moment technical information on the latest cameras and equipment and a fully updated resource guide with contact details of current commissioning editors.And How to Make Them Andy Glynne ... Secondly, when any of us makes a documentary we want people to be able to watch it; funding usually helps here, ... You cana#39;t just go ahead and make whatever documentary you want in the hope that someone, somewhere, will buy it. ... carefully about the aesthetic, style, narrative, length, and overall look of your film to make it an attractive proposition for a buyer.

Author:Andy Glynne
Publisher:Oldcastle Books - 2013-01-25


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