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Craft Of Documentary Filmmaking

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  1. voska89

    voska89 Well-Known Member

    Jun 25, 2017
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    Empowering The Next Generation of Filmmakers​

    What you'll learn
    Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the documentary filmmaking process, from concept development to distribution and marketing.
    You will learn various techniques for developing a concept, conducting research, shooting and editing a documentary film, and working with subjects.
    The course will also provide opportunities for students to engage in critical analysis of documentary films, and to develop their own artistic vision and voice
    You will learn about distribution and marketing, and how to develop a plan for getting their film seen by audiences.
    Students will be able to critically analyze documentary films, evaluating their storytelling techniques and impact on society.
    No filmmaking experience needed. You will learn everything you need to know.
    This course will provide a comprehensive education in documentary filmmaking, covering all aspects of the art and craft from concept to distribution. Students will learn how to develop a story, plan and execute a production, and edit and finish their film. They will also gain an understanding of distribution and marketing, and the ethics and responsibilities of documentary filmmaking. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills you need to succeed as a documentary filmmaker.Some potential careers in documentary filmmaking that students may be interested in pursuing after completing this course could include:Documentary filmmakerThis career involves creating and directing documentary films, including developing concepts and stories, conducting research, planning and executing productions, editing and finishing films, and distributing and promoting the finished product. This course could provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as documentary filmmakers, including technical and artistic skills, as well as an understanding of the ethics and responsibilities of the craft.Documentary producerThis career involves overseeing the production of documentary films, including managing budgets, schedules, and crew, coordinating logistics and resources, and ensuring that the final product meets the artistic and technical standards of the filmmaker and the audience. This course could provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as documentary producers, including project management, communication, and leadership skills.Documentary editorThis career involves working with the director and producer to shape the raw footage of a documentary film into a coherent and effective final product, including selecting and arranging shots, adding music and sound effects, and creating a visual and narrative structure that tells the story effectively. This course could provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as documentary editors, including technical proficiency with editing software, and an understanding of storytelling and pacing.Documentary researcherThis career involves conducting research and gathering information for documentary films, including interviewing sources, collecting and organizing data, and verifying the accuracy and credibility of the information. This course could provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as documentary researchers, including research methods, data analysis, and fact-checking.Documentary distributorThis career involves acquiring and releasing documentary films to audiences, including securing distribution deals, promoting the films, and ensuring that they reach the right audience. This course could provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed as documentary distributors, including an understanding of distribution channels, marketing strategies
    Section 1: Introduction To Documentary Filmmaking
    Lecture 1 Definition of Documentary Film
    Lecture 2 History of Documentary Films
    Lecture 3 Types of Documentary Films
    Lecture 4 The Role of Documentary Filmmaker
    Section 2: Developing Concept & Story
    Lecture 5 Finding a subject and angle for documentary film
    Lecture 6 Techniques for Research & Interviews
    Lecture 7 Crafting a Narrative Arc & Strucuture
    Lecture 8 Writing a Treatment & Outline
    Section 3: Pre-Production
    Lecture 9 Budgeting & Fundraising
    Lecture 10 Hiring a crew
    Lecture 11 Location Scouting & Securing Permissions
    Lecture 12 Creating a Shot List and Shot Division
    Section 4: Production
    Lecture 13 Setting up & Lighting a scene
    Lecture 14 Capturing Audio
    Lecture 15 Working with Subjects & Conducting Interviews
    Lecture 16 Directing & Producing on Set
    Section 5: Production - Part 02
    Lecture 17 Managing a Shoot & Troubleshooting
    Lecture 18 Capturing B-Roll & Additional Footage
    Lecture 19 Collaborating with Crew & Making Creative Decisions
    Section 6: Post Production - Part 01
    Lecture 20 Importing & Organizing Footage
    Lecture 21 Editing Techniques & Software
    Lecture 22 Fine Tuning Edit & Pacing
    Lecture 23 Adding Music & Sound Effects
    Section 7: Post Production - Part 02
    Lecture 24 Color Grading
    Lecture 25 Viusal Effects
    Lecture 26 Mixing & Exporting Audio
    Lecture 27 Finishing & Exporting Final Film
    Section 8: Distribution & Marketing
    Lecture 28 Film Festival Submissions
    Lecture 29 Distributors & Distribution Deals
    Lecture 30 Self Distribution
    Lecture 31 Create Marketing & Promotion Plan
    Lecture 32 Building an Audience
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