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Making documentary films and reality videos

a practical guide to planning, filming, and editing documentaries of real events

by Barry Hampe

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Published by Henry Holt and Company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Documentary films -- Production and direction,
  • Video recordings -- Production and direction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBarry Hampe.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1995.9.D6 H26 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 342 p. ;
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL980222M
    ISBN 100805044515
    LC Control Number96017746

    ‘how to write a documentary script’ page 2 of 52 table of contents - introduction page - writing for film and why documentaries are dif ferent page - short introduction to documentary styles page - research, research, research: you can’t say it enough!page - essential script elements page - putting a script toge ther page   Interesting, worthy documentaries might work for a TV insert or news piece but are unlikely to make a great film. 3) Using poor technique to recreate events When watching TV documentaries, one of my biggest Room s is when directors try to portray a past event by going all low-resolution and throwing the camera around or wheeling in bad.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wolverton, Mike. How to make documentaries for video/radio/film. Houston: Gulf Pub. Co., Book Division, © Some films and shows take the form of (fake) raw footage. Cannibal Holocaust, horror film about an anthropologist from New York University who leads a rescue team into the Amazon rainforest to locate a crew of filmmakers.; The Blair Witch Project, horror film about three student filmmakers who disappear while hiking to film a documentary about a local legend, the Blair Witch.

    documentary. There is a misconception among beginners that in documentary filmmaking you should not plan or pre-visualize anything. You just walk into the world with your camera and you start shooting. Nothing could be farther form the reality of documentary filmmaking. We need to set ground rules before we begin shooting. The difference between documentaries and fiction films is that in the former, the viewer’s participation is explicit (through narration) while in fiction films it is not explicit. The filmmaker’s attempt is to make the viewer believe that what is shown in the film is a possibility (in case of fiction film) or a reality (in case of documentary).


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Directing the Documentary. by Michael Rabiger. There’s a reason why this book keeps getting updated and keeps selling well: now in its sixth edition, it is an absolutely definitive look at documentary filmmaking by a master teacher (who even had a documentary film school named after him).

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