Posts Tagged ‘interviews’
It’s easy to learn but extremely difficult to master. The interview setup is the bread and butter of any cinematographer’s repertoire.
We spoke with the creator of The Film Collaborative about how filmmakers can retain their rights and get their films seen.
In this interview, we talk with the filmmakers behind “1985” about the challenges they faced shooting on retro film stock.
Here’s how you can avoid disrupting the flow of your interview edit — as well as how to avoid jarring camera angles during the shoot.
We talked with the editor of The Disaster Artist about what it’s like telling a true story that is simultaneously hilarious, inspiring, and bizarre.
In 2014, a preacher in Grand Saline, Texas self-immolated to protest racism in his town. We talked with the filmmakers who captured his story.
Quality audio is the key to any interview. Here’s how you can clean up your interview soundbites and make them sound clear, natural, and professional.
Not every documentary turns out the way you intend. Find out how this filmmaker pivoted to tell a remarkable story in this interview.
Charlie Parish of HBO’s The Defiant Ones gives us an inside look at creating the unique visual style of HBO’s new documentary series.
The interview is an important aspect of documentary filmmaking. Check out these must-know interview tips before starting your next project.