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14 Tips For Your Shooting Your Next Chaotic Event

Dave Wallace offers 14 tips when shooting a documentary for chaotic events. In my filmmaking career, I’ve had the opportunity to film some pretty unique events. While shooting I often come across other event shooters and realize that we’re a unique breed. Essentially, we’re people willing to sacrifice food, rest and comfort to tell an Read MoreRead More

I Know That Voice – Trailer

From executive producer, John Di Maggio in association with Dundee Entertainment and Cinovative, comes a documentary on the mysterious world of “Voice Over & Voice Acting” collecting the top voice actors, voice directors, casting voice directors, video game producers, animators, creators, agents, producers, engineers, mixers, dialogue editors, voice teachers, voice school and all those involved Read MoreRead More

6 Filmmaking Tips We Can Learn from Errol Morris

Landon Palmer dissects the non-fiction filmmaker’s words and interviews for six bits of advice for the documentary filmmaker. Think, Dammit “The role of a good documentary is not to convince you about what happened, but to force you to think about what happened. And if it does that, then it really has done its job.” Read MoreRead More

Masters Of Horror: A Documentary Hosted By Bruce Campbell

Masters of Horror is a 90-minute documentary featuring exclusive, never-before-seen interviews with horror masters and directors John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Dario Argento and Tobe Hooper among many others, as well as Hollywood’s makeup and special effects gurus Rick Baker and Tom Savini. The segments focus on the masters’ landmark films and are illustrated with clips of Read MoreRead More

Top 10 Tips To Raise Money For Your Documentary

Faith Fuller provides a top ten list of things to do to get some cash to make your documentary come true. Fundraising Trailer – Your number one priority when raising money for your film is to create a fantastic fundraising trailer.  This is how you pull people into your idea and build buzz for your project.  Read MoreRead More

How to Shoot a Documentary Style Interview

The Slanted Lens demonstrates how to shoot a simple 2 camera profile interview piece with a talent on location. You can use this piece for company profiles, Kickstarter campaigns, corporate videos, documentary work, individual company profiling, etc. They discuss the position of the cameras and lights, choosing the location, shooting B-roll and creating an outline Read MoreRead More

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