Posts Tagged ‘documentary’
Moon Shot, from executive producer JJ Abrams, is an exercise in compelling web content.
Smartphones are incredibly useful for documentary filmmakers, but how can you keep shooting with limited battery life and storage space?
While digital attention spans shrink, documentary filmmakers must adapt. Learn how you can be at the forefront of the era of micro-documentary filmmaking.
With so many cameras on the market today, it’s tough to choose which one is right for your production. Here are the reasons I choose the Canon C300 Mark II.
What if I told you that the most popular sports documentary franchise follows a formula and style that is as instantly recognizable as it easily recreatable?
Documentary work requires not only great video, but great sound too. Here are nine tricks that will help capture the best audio.
Choosing the right music for a documentary film is crucial to it’s success, so let’s run through some tips on how to make the right musical choice.
From file management to lower thirds, these twelve video editing tips will help you shape your documentary film.
The interview is an important aspect of documentary filmmaking. Check out these must-know interview tips before starting your next project.
The documentary genre of film is a woven part of cinematic history. We explore the different types and share characteristics and examples of each.
Here’s everything you need to consider when deciding the subject of your next documentary.
Many of the most iconic films in history have extremely captivating stories behind their production. Here are five of our favorite behind-the-scenes documentaries.