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Direct-To-Camera Delivery

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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... distractions to a minimum and help your crew avoid eye contact. Credit: Amy DeLouise. Put their monitors and yours on the floor. Be sure the sound mixing gear is not in an eyeline of your host. Physically go and check it out—you can’t...

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...

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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... equipment from view. Credit: Amy DeLouise. On large-scale productions such as feature films, simultaneous set-ups are the norm. They’re easy to accomplish with first- and second-unit teams. But with smaller crews, this option may seem out...

Creating the Best Environment for Real People

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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... CREATING THE BEST ENVIRONMENT FOR Maryland. What hit me first, as I walked the long hallway to my new 5th Grade classroom, was how different it smelled from my old school in New York. Not that it smelled bad. Just different...

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...

Challenging Interviews and On-Camera Subjects

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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... CHALLENGING INTERVIEWS AND ON-CAMERA come across common challenges of the non-fiction environment. Sometimes the subject matter itself will pose the problem. Other times, you’ll face difficult personalities. Or you will need...

Planning Your Story

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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... actors who scene. hit their marks every time. You might even be filming something Credit: Amy DeLouise. where you don’t have the ability to stop the action. So how do you get your coverage? Producer Molly Hermann, who specializes in his-...

Managing Client Relationships and Approvals

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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... A creative brief offers a quick Creative Brief—A Song in My Heart: Italians and American Music overview of a production. Prepared by: Amy DeLouise, Writer/Director/Producer Credit: Amy DeLouise. 1. BACKGROUND Who is our audience? A general...

Editing Workflow Strategies

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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... slates save the day in the edit room. First, finding a slate Credit: Amy DeLouise. visually as you scrub through footage is much easier than stopping and starting to listen for new takes. Slates in combination with field notes provide key...

Beyond the Soundbite: The Dance of the Interview

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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2

... or unforeseen direc- technical discussions brief. tion. A story plan, a shooting script, and shooting boards are simply Credit: Amy DeLouise tools to help me and anyone on my production team visualize where we’re headed. Then it’s time...