Documentary

How To Develop An Idea Into A Finished Documentary

Have you ever heard of Robert J. Flaherty?  He’s known as the “father” of documentary filmmaking (“Nanook of the North,” 1922). However, documentaries didn’t truly capture the attention of mainstream audiences until Michael Moore’s “Roger and Me” in 1989. Moore proved that you could make social change while making a living. So, now you’d like to give it a go, right? The management of a documentary timeline begins when you answer a few questions for yourself. Read More.

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