DIY Documentary Posts
- DIY – Low Cost Equipment Suggestions
- My new iPhone documentary – “BROTHERS” 2017
- Sign up today! – DIY documentary workshop.
- DIY Lighting
- Indie Street Film Festival 2017
- Take your Documentary on a Film Tour!
- Woodstock Film Festival
- Surround Sound for your Documentary
- Is Cinema Verite a Lost Art?
- The DVD is Still Alive
- Two-Camera Shoots
- Getting Your Documentary Noticed…
- Editing – Connecting Scenes
- Music Licensing for your Documentary
- The Story Arc is all that Matters.
- Bill Jersey Remembers Albert Maysles
- Albert Maysles 1926 – 2015
- This is DIY Filmmaking…
- Start Small – Make a Three Minute “A Day in the Life” Film
- What is DIY Documentary?
Tag Archives: film
I just got back from the Woodstock Film Festival in upstate New York. I went to all three days of the festival but only attended one movie. The reason is because I went there for the panel discussions and also … Continue reading
Many people would suggest that it’s not necessary to enhance sound with effects, foley or speaker separation in a documentary as in 5.1 surround sound. As if to think that you spend a year or two or three or more … Continue reading
Cinema Verite, A Lost Art – Jack Ballo This article is from NJ Stage magazine. To view it in its original format click here By Rosemary Conte … Continue reading
This DIY documentary that I made in 2012 shows how much you can do by yourself with two cameras. I filmed a two-camera interview at the home of a singer songwriter in Nashville and I also used two cameras at … Continue reading
Look, it’s tough out there in the world of getting your movie noticed. Please don’t think that if you do make a pretty good DIY documentary that people will come running to see it and that distributors will be knocking … Continue reading
“Yes, but” is what my mentor, Bill Jersey, told me should be asked when making editing decisions. I had no idea what he was talking about. So the next time I saw him I asked him what exactly “Yes, but” … Continue reading
The best way to make your first doc is to keep it short. Everything you need to do and understand about doc filmmaking applies the same whether it’s a three minute documentary or a three hour feature documentary. You must … Continue reading