Directing the Documentary
Focal Press, 2004 - 627 pages
Tens of thousands of readers have benefited from Michael Rabiger's classic text on documentary filmmaking, now updated to reflect the revolutionary switch to digital video equipment and software. You will learn how to research and focus a documentary film or video idea, develop a crew, direct the crew, maintain control during shooting, and oversee postproduction. Practical work is emphasized, with dozens of exercises and questionnaires to help focus your ideas and give you hands-on practice. The documentary is treated as an important genre in its own right, as well as a useful prelude to directing feature films.
The fourth edition is a significant update. The book's emphasis has always been on concrete steps you can take to become a documentary filmmaker, and there are loads of new projects to help, along with assessment tables that allow you to gauge your progress. In addition, there is new material on location sound, the reality TV trend, top documentaries to see, and more.
*The definitive guide to making a documentary
*A hands-on approach with dozens of exercises
*A fully updated 4th edition of the classic textbook
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Review: Directing the DocumentaryAvis d'utilisateur - Raul Cuevas - Goodreads
A very interesting book that begins by introducing the various reasons behind a director's choice of footage in a documentary. Not only does it give us a glimpse into the reasons and ideas behind the ... Consulter l'avis complet
Review: Directing the DocumentaryAvis d'utilisateur - Peter O'Brien - Goodreads
Rabiger has written THE book on documentary making! The breadth of its information is such that you can even use much of what he says for fiction filmmaking. However, if documentary filmmaking is an area you want to work successfully in then you have to read this book! Consulter l'avis complet