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Secrets To Successful Documentary Film Production

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    Secrets To Successful Documentary Film Production
    Last updated 10/2017
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 5.61 GB | Duration: 4h 21m

    Go behind-the-scenes with 24-EXCLUSIVE, VIDEO-BASED lessons covering everything from the PLANNING, to the SHOOTING, and

    What you'll learn
    Understand the creative insight and what takes to make award winning video documentaries.
    Learn by example. If you would like to learn, step by step, how I conceptualised, shot and edited two, highly acclaimed TV documentaries, then this is for you.
    Gain insight into what thought processes professional TV documentary makers use to shoot, gather content and edit award winning video stories.
    Enjoy being taught by a TV broadcast professional that has dozens of broadcast programs to his name, shown on networks around the world.
    Decide who you would prefer to be your instructor? Someone successful in the world of TV broadcasts?
    You can only be taught to the level your instructor has reached-never beyond. You decide what you want to end up doing, and seek out teachers that have achieved your own goals.

    You should have a keen desire to learn some in-depth-not taught in college-techniques that the pros use to tell great stories with video.
    A desire to learn and spend some time-out bettering your video making skills. The learning is full, and you may need to watch some of the videos a few times to grasp all of what is being taught.
    If you yearn for more creative insight into how great videos are made, then this is for you. I try and make my courses different from the crowd, because unlike many video courses, I don't talk about equipment overly much. This course is all about creativity.

    Follow award-winning broadcast professional, Andrew St Pierre White as he takes you set-by-step, as he conceptualises, shoots and edits two of his highly acclaimed TV documentaries. The first is based on a one-hour special documentary broadcast by Discovery Channel, and the second a half-hour serialised episode of a 26-part African adventure travel story.
    Once released, critics used the words, "gripping", "superb", outstanding" in their reviews of these films.
    The course consists of a series of videos with details of what is being taught as written summaries.
    The documentary is run, and as the story unfolds, the director/producer goes though all the thoughts, processes, equipment and creative processes used. This is a real-life event, valuable to those who both shoot and edit stories on video.
    As every scene is covered, the shooting techniques, editing ideas and storytelling methods are revealed. This is an actual documentary, so what is taught is not just theory- it has become fact, and you can see the results for yourself.
    The documentary was produced by an indie producer, yet still sold to major networks. How this was done is discussed.
    The course lectures run to 247 minutes (±4,1 hours). With some, you may need to watch them more than once, because there is quite a lot of learning to do.
    If you are interested in making serious documentary films, or telling thought-provoking videos for TV or social medial, then this course has a lot to offer.
    Much of what is being taught here is not, and cannot be taught in a classroom. It goes beyond theory, as the course is based on actual, highly successful productions.
    Section 1: Sell your video in the first 30 seconds
    Lecture 1 Introduction
    Lecture 2 The TV shows on which this course is based.
    Lecture 3 The opening: Capture your audience in the first thirty seconds
    Section 2: Creative Style
    Lecture 4 The structure of the story
    Lecture 5 Music to Tell Stories By
    Lecture 6 Using change of state to keep the story engaging
    Lecture 7 The Story continues
    Lecture 8 Music and Narration. Holding the audience while telling a story
    Section 3: Good Storytelling
    Lecture 9 Shooting for Emotion
    Lecture 10 Tension building versus Hype
    Lecture 11 Interview Techniques
    Lecture 12 More on shooting Interviews
    Lecture 13 Planning your shoots
    Lecture 14 Music Choice - Make or Break
    Lecture 15 Controlling Emotion and Audience reaction
    Section 4: The Endings. Leave your audience well satisfied.
    Lecture 16 Bringing the story to a close
    Lecture 17 Two camera shoots with people gatherings
    Lecture 18 The Ending
    Section 5: Travel Documentaries
    Lecture 19 Travel Documentary. Series openings and titles.
    Lecture 20 The opening - This the time to make the viewer want to stay
    Lecture 21 Keeping edits and transitions invisible
    Lecture 22 Conclusion
    Lecture 23 Networks and selling your programs
    Section 6: The final productions
    Lecture 24 Watch these films on YouTube
    All those who wish to make better, more compelling and engaging videos, where there is a story to tell.,Makers of documentary films in short and long form, corporate video makers will get a lot out of this course. And for those who want to make wedding or project videos with a special flare.,This course is probably not for you if you want to learn about cameras, lenses or editing software.,If you think that learning by example is a good way of understanding concepts, then this is for you. I go through, step by step, how I conceptualised, shot and edited this gripping TV documentary.

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