Posts Tagged ‘documentary’
A mockumentary, a combination of mock and documentary, tells comedic storylines in a straightforward manner. Here are 11 tips to help you make a mockumentary.
If you find yourself forced to go it alone, here’s all the gear you’ll need to get the job done as a one man documentary crew.
It’s more crucial than ever before to maintain high production values when producing documentaries. Here are a few ways to go about it.
Beautifully shot documentary interviews are vital to your film’s success. Get the best footage possible with these tips.
Let’s take a look at the history of documentary filmmaking and explore the most popular approaches to the craft.
Documentary Director Scott Thurman gives us a rundown on his process of finding distribution for his film The Revisionaries.
Documentary film inherently presents challenges – crafting a story through interviews, utilizing archival footage and shooting in unsecure locations.
Take your video interviews to the next level with these 15 tips.
Editing a feature length documentary film can be an extremely daunting task because of the massive amount of footage and the endless creative options. In this post, we share 3 tips for approaching a documentary edit.
Watch this awesome video essay explaining Edgar Wright’s creative comedy style.
More scenes from the editing bay! Check out these video editing timelines for a close up look at the post-production process.
Background lighting has the power to dynamically change the feeling of your scene. In this final installment of the Lighting for Video Series, we’ll demonstrate background lighting and see a few effective examples.