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Film School for Free- How to Make a Documentary By Alec Balas
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A how-to for Documentary FIlmmaking with out film school or money.
Film School for Free- How to Make a Documentary By Alec Balas
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Pancho Barnes Documentary Film Transcript File By Nick T. Spark
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How to Make a Video Documentary By Philippe Chollet
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Making a video report or a short documentary seems much easier than it actually is. One often thinks : I go out there, I shoot my film and then I edit it... But who will be on site, there might be... More > too much noise, not enough light... what will I ask or say, what will I reveal that is unknown, am I well documented and... how to make my story interesting ? What about the centring... the point of view ? I heard that the camera angle conveys specific impressions... And all that said, I know nothing about video editing... This booklet is dedicated to beginner and amateur filmmakers using a simple camera or a smartphone.< Less
In Search of Piétons: A Photo Documentary By Bill Bolton
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Talk about exploration and discovery this modern day flâneur traveling throughout France in the early 1990's will showcase a rather unique, one-of-a-kind photographic collection revealed in... More > published format for the very first time. This is a photo documentary showcasing a collection of 25 uniquely different illuminated pedestrian crossing signs (IPCS), also referred to as piétons, discovered throughout a number of cities, towns and banlieues all across France from 1991 through the summer of 1993. All photographs of the figures showing the exact street intersection location represent a double exposure technique in order to capture both the red and green figure on the same color film frame.< Less
In Search of Piétons: a photo documentary By Bill Bolton
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Talk about exploration and discovery this modern day flâneur traveling throughout France in the early 1990's will showcase a rather unique, one-of-a-kind photographic collection revealed in... More > published format for the very first time. This is a photo documentary showcasing a collection of 25 uniquely different illuminated pedestrian crossing signs (IPCS), also referred to as piétons, discovered throughout a number of cities, towns and banlieues all across France from 1991 through the summer of 1993. All photographs of the figures showing the exact street intersection location represent a double exposure technique in order to capture both the red and green figure on the same color film frame. The take-away message conveyed from this book is to encourage people to explore, to go by foot, to roam about. Not only is it healthy but one can truly experience so many more things traveling at a leisurely pace.< Less
An Orphaned Anemia: The Creation and Process of a Documentary By Chris Free
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This book chronicles the process of creating a documentary that shares the story of Derek Free and other patients with Diamond Blackfan Anemia. DBA is considered an “orphan disease,” one... More > that affects so few people that it is not profitable to pharmaceutical companies, and therefore does not justify research. Until recently, not enough people had the disease to justify governmental aid. A transformation towards hope reveals a disease that is defying odds and treading new ground for the possibility of a cure. The small documentary interviews Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Beth Whitehouse (author of The Match: ”Savior Siblings” and One Families Battle to Heal Their Daughter, the story of the Trebing family), Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy, Dr. David Bodine from the National Institutes of Health, Drs. Jeffrey Lipton and Adrianna Vlachos from Cohen Children’s Hospital, the Diamond Blackfan Anemia Foundation’s founder, Dawn Baumgardner, and Marie Arturi, founder of the Daniella Maria Arturi Foundation.< Less
Dying to Film By Monica Hagen
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A documentarian shares her perspective on the process of creating a movie about dying, death, and rebirth, and the synchronicities along the way. Learn how she found cast members, used universal... More > energy to help guide the production team through the movie-making process, and details of a rainy Friday the 13th inside the San Diego County morgue. In this true story of connection and discovery, you will marvel at the universe conspiring to bring out the best in each of us while encouraging and sometimes forcing us to push our boundaries. Learn from people who experienced death and came back to new lives full of wonder and promise, with inspiring messages from the other side. Perspective is everything.< Less
From Brownshirt to Turtleneck: Memoir of a Documentary Filmmaker By Werner Schumann
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From Brownshirt to Turtleneck details one man’s unforgettable journey from Nazi Germany to America as he matured from a disillusioned Hitler Youth to an award-winning documentary filmmaker. As... More > Werner Schumann chronicles his disillusionment with Germany and his eventual immigration to America—where he married a Jewish emigre—he shares a fascinating glimpse into his war experiences, coming-of-age adventures, family life, and film projects. A fascinating narrative of an extraordinary life. The section on his boyhood Nazi Germany and World War II is riveting, and the story of his amazing career as a film maker and his wonderful marriage makes compelling reading. I couldn’t put it down. —William R. Murry, PhD., Author and Educator From Brownshirt to Turtleneck is the gripping account of what it was like to grow up in Germany during and immediately after World War II: the almost nightly bombings, the struggle for food, the constant moves in quest of survival…. —Patsy Sims, author of The Klan< Less
From Brownshirt to Turtleneck: Memoir of a Documentary Filmmaker By Werner Schumann
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From Brownshirt to Turtleneck details one man’s unforgettable journey from Nazi Germany to America as he matured from a disillusioned Hitler Youth to an award-winning documentary filmmaker. As... More > Werner Schumann chronicles his disillusionment with Germany and his eventual immigration to America—where he married a Jewish emigre—he shares a fascinating glimpse into his war experiences, coming-of-age adventures, family life, and film projects. A fascinating narrative of an extraordinary life. The section on his boyhood Nazi Germany and World War II is riveting, and the story of his amazing career as a film maker and his wonderful marriage makes compelling reading. I couldn’t put it down. —William R. Murry, PhD., Author and Educator From Brownshirt to Turtleneck is the gripping account of what it was like to grow up in Germany during and immediately after World War II: the almost nightly bombings, the struggle for food, the constant moves in quest of survival…. —Patsy Sims, author of The Klan< Less