All good documentaries need to have a solid foundation created through proper research. In this article, we will help you research for your next documentary film.
On this episode of The Videomaker Podcast we react to the new Rode VideoMic NTG, have a conversation with documentary filmmaker Brandon Vedder, and we talk about some of the leaked camera features coming to Samsung phones.
On this episode of the Videomaker Podcast we react to the new 16-inch MacBook Pro; have a conversation with OMPT Development Manager Andy Shoemaker; and speculate about Canon’s plans for the mirrorless market.
With an explosive doc catalog that includes titles like Cocaine Cowboys, Raw Deal and Screwball, Alfred Spellman is no stranger to high stakes filmmaking.
"The Russian Woodpecker" (2015) would become a global cautionary tale of what happens when people lose trust in their government.
“It's not about replacing existing ways of working. It's about complementing them using the gear that we already have,” says Philip Bromwell. Bromwell is a journalist with Ireland's National radio and television network RTÉ. He is a unique blend of reporter, shooter and editor. Bromwell got his start at...
When Robert Flaherty (1884-1951) released his first and most famous film "Nanook of the North" in 1922, the term ‘documentary’ had not yet been minted.
As an indie doc filmmaker, getting to the final stages of completing your film can be grueling. Ordinarily, you've spent months or years on a project. In fact, you know the characters in your film better than your own family. Then comes the financial strain as you struggle to...
Rob Layton has a niche: underwater mobile video. With the right gear and the right apps, Layton shoots, edits and shares entirely from a mobile device.
Much of documentary storytelling is about capturing footage of unfolding actuality — unscripted situations, events and natural interactions.
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