mikerosen - May 31st, 2012
It's always exciting when we see someone using their video skills to help improve the world. We've long seen the potential for video to change the world, from its role in democratizing news gathering to its use as a classroom aid for education.
mikerosen - May 25th, 2012
We've often talked about documentary video on this site and the one thing that we've stressed time and again is that a documentary topic does not need to be "big" to be good. Many readers look at documentaries like Ken Burns' Civil War and assume that all documentaries need to be similarly epic sagas. But sometimes smaller stories have even more potential to really speak to people.
Julie Babcock - December 30th, 2010
Have you ever had an idea for a documentary, but just didn't know where to start? Videomaker's upcoming Documentary Production Webinar will help you obtain the knowledge you will need to organize your documentary, tell your story effectively, and improve your chances for distribution success.
Julie Babcock - October 21st, 2010
In your pursuit to tell a story through documentary, it's likely that at some point you will need to interview people involved with the issue you're documenting. An interview can be rather harrowing for...