Posts Tagged ‘documentary’
Research and documentary filmmaking go hand-in-hand. So what resources can you use to find the most accurate information for your next project
Didn’t get your project into a major film festival this year? Here are 7 reasons why — and how you can change that next year.
Getting ready to shoot a documentary film? Here are seven reasons why you absolutely need a producer to help guide your project.
Here are five creative tips and tricks for documentary filmmakers looking to capture footage of their subjects in motion.
We spoke with Bobbito García and his team about how they sorted decades of archival footage to create the autobiographical documentary Rock Rubber 45s.
The imperfections are part of the charm of archival footage. However, sometimes they can be a bit much. Resolve has the solution.
Documentaries, as a form of journalism, often cover important, serious topics. But is this all that the genre is capable of?
In a new documentary, Off the Tracks, Bradley Olsen explores why Apple made those fateful decisions when designing Final Cut Pro X.
In this article, we present some industry tips on how to “script” your documentary project before you actually dive into production.
The team behind RGB shares insights into how they built their all-female leadership team — and breaking into the documentary-editing industry.
We explore French artist and filmmaker Hervé Cohen’s “Life Underground,” a hybrid art installation documentary collaboration with Tonian Irving.
From the elevator pitch to the budget, this guide will walk you through everything you need to know to create the best documentary pitch possible.