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9781903364376

Introduction to Documentary Production

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    9781903364376

  • ISBN10:

    190336437X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-01-01
  • Publisher: COLUMBIA UNIV PRESS

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Introduction to Documentary Production: A Guide for Media Students is designed for students in Higher and Further Education who are approaching documentary production for the first time. The book is written in an accessible style by Media staff at the University of Portsmouth all of whom have backgrounds in media production/journalism. The book covers the making of documentaries from concept through production to post-production, and includes close readings of documentary makers' intent and target audiences.

Table of Contents

acknowledgements vii
notes on contributors ix
introduction searle kochberg 1(4)
structure and script jane young
5(24)
deciding the concept
6(2)
defining the structure
8(4)
key issues to address
12(3)
developing the script
15(6)
ways of working
21(8)
narrativity and intent in documentary production searle kochberg
29(30)
the image
29(3)
rhetorical style
32(9)
narrative patterning
41(7)
authorship
48(11)
audiences and documentary marie womack
59(18)
approaches to the concepts of documentary audiences
59(2)
audience research: documentary as commodity, as form of social communication and as cultural response
61(5)
documentary as mediated discourse: high-, middle- and low-brow aesthetics and spectatorship
66(4)
pop culture as subversive?
70(7)
production management janice kearns
77(22)
scheduling and budgeting
79(4)
pre-production
83(3)
managing your production
86(13)
documentary cinematography william garrison
99(30)
passive versus active cinematography
101(2)
camera
103(17)
lighting
120(5)
a journey of compromise
125(4)
creative sound ron geesin
129(28)
sound in life
131(10)
audio post-production
141(4)
sound sources
145(1)
sound in documentary
146(11)
digital technology and programme-making colin denahy
157(14)
analogue signals and scanning
158(2)
digital imaging
160(5)
digital audio recording
165(3)
broadcast formats and new media
168(1)
digital technology and implications for programming ethics
169(2)
editing in non-fiction and documentary film damian toal
171(22)
editing as part of a patterned and formal system of communication
172(2)
the principles of editing
174(4)
planning for post-production
178(4)
points to consider when organising and assembling material
182(1)
producing a rough cut
183(2)
developing the fine cut
185(3)
summary of guidelines for editing documentaries
188(5)
coda streaming media and documentary william garrison and searle kochberg 193(6)
glossary 199(6)
index 205

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