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Filled with practical advice for documentarians on every stage of production, this text covers the methods, technologies, thought processes, and judgments that a director must use throughout the fascinating process of making a film. This book also offers practical tools and exercises to help documentary directors develop credible and compelling stories.
Table of Contents
|You and Your Ideas|
|The Director's Role|
|Recognizing Your Artistic Identity|
|Developing Your Story Ideas|
|Proposing and Pitching a Short Documentary|
|Documentaries and Film Language|
|Elements and Grammar|
|Developing a Crew|
|Editing: From Start to Viewing the First Assembly|
|Editing: The Process of Refinement|
|Editing: From Fine Cut To Sound Mix|
|Titles and Acknowledgments|
|Point of View|
|Time, Development, And Structure|
|Form, Control, and Style|
|Reenactment, Reconstruction, and Docudrama|
|Advanced Production Issues 7a Preproduction|
|Values, Ethics, And Choices|
|The Advanced Documentary Proposal|
|Preparing To Direct 7b Production|
|Cameras and Camera Equipment|
|Organization, Crew, and Procedures|
|Conducting and Shooting Interviews 7c Postproduction|
|From Transcript To Film Script|
|Using Music and Working with a Composer|
|Editing: Refinements and Structural Problems|
|Education and Starting Your Career|
|From Film School To Film Industry|
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