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How to Make a Documentary: Funding, Financing and Budgeting

Morgan Paar

Morgan Paar is an adjunct professor of film/video production and post-production at Bronx Community College in New York City and an independent cinematographer and editor specializing in international documentary production. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Videomaker Guide to Video Production

Focal Press, 2013

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... H ow to Make a Documentary: Funding, Financing and Budgeting Morgan P arr F igure 24-1 Why are you making a documentary? In other words, who do you want to see it? As with every step of fi lmmaking, you have to ask yourself, “Who...

Mastering the Budget and Schedule

Amy DeLouise

As an accomplished video director/producer with more than 400 productions to her credit, Amy is an expert at working with non-professionals on camera. Her more than 40 creative excellence awards include the Telly, Peer, New York Festivals, Aurora, and CINE Golden Eagle. She was also honored with the Woman of Vision Leadership Award from Women in Film & Video of Washington, D.C. Amy is a sought-after speaker on a range of digital video topics at such industry conferences as the National Association of Broadcasters convention (NABShow). Her popular Lynda.com courses on Script Writing for Nonfiction Video, The Art of the Video Interview, and Video Editing: Moving from Production to Post can be found at www.lynda.com/AmyDeLouise. She has a B.A. in English from Yale University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Producer’s Playbook : Real People on Camera

Routledge, 2016

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... MASTERING THE BUDGET AND the budget, and the process you use to create it, can have a very real impact on your creative options and outcomes. In production, there are always multiple variables that you can’t control. Frankly...

Image Control

Anthony Q. Artis

Anthony Q. Artis has worked professionally in positions as diverse as producer, gaffer, cinematographer, and narrative projects and survived more low-budget shoots than he cares to admit. His feature films and TV shows have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, the IFP Market, Slamdance, Cinequest, as well as on MTV and The Independent Film Channel. Most notably, he produced the feature film Shelter which won first prize for Emerging Narratives at the 2003 IFP Market along with many other awards on the festival circuit. Anthony is presently the manager of the Film and TV Production Center at N.Y.U.'s Tisch School of the Arts where he coordinates the technical training and production equipment for all film and TV students. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Shut Up and Shoot : Freelance Video Guide

Focal Press, 2012

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... IMAGE CONTROL “Good things come to those who wait, but only the things left by those that hustle.” —Abraham Lincoln “Always be patient in filmmaking, but don’t wait for [anything]. Waiting implies Intro: My Low Definition...

Shooting Re-Enactments

Amy DeLouise

As an accomplished video director/producer with more than 400 productions to her credit, Amy is an expert at working with non-professionals on camera. Her more than 40 creative excellence awards include the Telly, Peer, New York Festivals, Aurora, and CINE Golden Eagle. She was also honored with the Woman of Vision Leadership Award from Women in Film & Video of Washington, D.C. Amy is a sought-after speaker on a range of digital video topics at such industry conferences as the National Association of Broadcasters convention (NABShow). Her popular Lynda.com courses on Script Writing for Nonfiction Video, The Art of the Video Interview, and Video Editing: Moving from Production to Post can be found at www.lynda.com/AmyDeLouise. She has a B.A. in English from Yale University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Producer’s Playbook : Real People on Camera

Routledge, 2016

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... SHOOTING Richard Chisolm. I agree. In the many scenarios I have produced, getting real people to handle dialogue realistically is always the biggest challenge. The other challenge is getting proper coverage of critical action...

Lighting: Getting Ya Shine On

Anthony Q. Artis

Anthony Q. Artis has worked professionally in positions as diverse as producer, gaffer, cinematographer, and narrative projects and survived more low-budget shoots than he cares to admit. His feature films and TV shows have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, the IFP Market, Slamdance, Cinequest, as well as on MTV and The Independent Film Channel. Most notably, he produced the feature film Shelter which won first prize for Emerging Narratives at the 2003 IFP Market along with many other awards on the festival circuit. Anthony is presently the manager of the Film and TV Production Center at N.Y.U.'s Tisch School of the Arts where he coordinates the technical training and production equipment for all film and TV students. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Shut Up and Shoot : Freelance Video Guide

Focal Press, 2012

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... LIGHTING: GETTING YA SHINE ON Introduction Often in our rush to get the shot, we overlook the single most important consideration—safety. If you aren’t already, you need to get into the life-long habit of what I like to refer...

Marketing and Promo Videos

Anthony Q. Artis

Anthony Q. Artis has worked professionally in positions as diverse as producer, gaffer, cinematographer, and narrative projects and survived more low-budget shoots than he cares to admit. His feature films and TV shows have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, the IFP Market, Slamdance, Cinequest, as well as on MTV and The Independent Film Channel. Most notably, he produced the feature film Shelter which won first prize for Emerging Narratives at the 2003 IFP Market along with many other awards on the festival circuit. Anthony is presently the manager of the Film and TV Production Center at N.Y.U.'s Tisch School of the Arts where he coordinates the technical training and production equipment for all film and TV students. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Shut Up and Shoot : Freelance Video Guide

Focal Press, 2012

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... MARKETING AND PROMO VIDEOS People enlist your video services because they have some challenge that requires the services of a video professional. (That’s you.) They need more people to come to their store, they need to let everyone...

Weddings

Anthony Q. Artis

Anthony Q. Artis has worked professionally in positions as diverse as producer, gaffer, cinematographer, and narrative projects and survived more low-budget shoots than he cares to admit. His feature films and TV shows have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, the IFP Market, Slamdance, Cinequest, as well as on MTV and The Independent Film Channel. Most notably, he produced the feature film Shelter which won first prize for Emerging Narratives at the 2003 IFP Market along with many other awards on the festival circuit. Anthony is presently the manager of the Film and TV Production Center at N.Y.U.'s Tisch School of the Arts where he coordinates the technical training and production equipment for all film and TV students. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Shut Up and Shoot : Freelance Video Guide

Focal Press, 2012

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... WEDDINGS Know this: the video is the memory. Weddings are seminal, life- changing events for people. Their whole life has been spent dreaming, imagining, wondering what this day would be like. And now some 20–30 years later, the big day...

A Book Promotion Case Study

Kurt Lancaster

Kurt Lancaster earned his PhD from New York University and has shot documentaries that have screened nationally and internationally. He is the author of DSLR Cinema and has consulted for the Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor, training their print journalists in video journalism, and he has shot and edited documentary journalism pieces. He is an associate professor of digital filmmaking in the School of Communication at Northern Arizona University, where he teaches courses on documentary and multimedia journalism. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Production House Cinema : Starting and Running Your Own Cinematic Storytelling Business

Focal Press, 2016

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... CHAPTER 8 A Book Promotion Case Study From Keywords to Storyboards in Stillmotion’s “My Utopia” 159 URL of film: https://vimeo.com/112035686 FINDING THE CLIENT Sometimes potential clients see your work and then contact you about a job...

Working with Crew

Amy DeLouise

As an accomplished video director/producer with more than 400 productions to her credit, Amy is an expert at working with non-professionals on camera. Her more than 40 creative excellence awards include the Telly, Peer, New York Festivals, Aurora, and CINE Golden Eagle. She was also honored with the Woman of Vision Leadership Award from Women in Film & Video of Washington, D.C. Amy is a sought-after speaker on a range of digital video topics at such industry conferences as the National Association of Broadcasters convention (NABShow). Her popular Lynda.com courses on Script Writing for Nonfiction Video, The Art of the Video Interview, and Video Editing: Moving from Production to Post can be found at www.lynda.com/AmyDeLouise. She has a B.A. in English from Yale University. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Producer’s Playbook : Real People on Camera

Routledge, 2016

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... WORKING how you bring them into the creative process can have a significant impact on your story, particularly when working with real people on camera. Professional actors are accustomed to working with a wide range of crew...

Developing a Client’s Story

Kurt Lancaster

Kurt Lancaster earned his PhD from New York University and has shot documentaries that have screened nationally and internationally. He is the author of DSLR Cinema and has consulted for the Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper, The Christian Science Monitor, training their print journalists in video journalism, and he has shot and edited documentary journalism pieces. He is an associate professor of digital filmmaking in the School of Communication at Northern Arizona University, where he teaches courses on documentary and multimedia journalism. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Production House Cinema : Starting and Running Your Own Cinematic Storytelling Business

Focal Press, 2016

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... CHAPTER 6 Developing a Client’s Story Making a Connection, Finding the Story, and Writing a Pitch, Proposal, and Budget 95 Now that there’s an understanding of what you need to do to stay in business, we now shift, in many ways...