Published January 1, 2007
by Polity Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||166|
Based on detailed onsite observation of documentary production, circulation practices and the analysis of film texts, this book identifies independence as a ‘tactical practice’, contesting the normative definitions and functions assigned to culture, cultural production and producers in a neoliberal economic system. Documentary Editing offers clear and detailed strategies for tackling every stage of the documentary editing process, from organizing raw footage and building select reels to fine cutting and final export. Written by a Sundance award- winning documentary editor with a dozen features to his credit and containing examples from over films, this book presents a step-by-step guide for how to /5(21). Book Description. In a digital moment where both the democratizing and totalitarian possibilities of media are unprecedented, the need for complex, ethical, and imaginative documentary media—for you, the reader of this book to think, question, and create—is vital. “From Colin A. Ross, The writer is the brother of the man who co-founded the False Memory Syndrome Foundation. He is writing to WGBH about a program called 'Divided Memories', which you may have seen, that was supposed to be an investigation of memory.
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The documentary section on Netflix is a prime spot for finding inspiring, timely, and important stories that will ultimately change your view on life Author: Alex Weiss. Documentary in Practice provides a unique approach to practical documentary-making. Through fascinating analysis of real-life production situations, Jane Chapman shows the challenges and issues faced during the filmmaking process by a range of both well-known and up-and-coming documentary-makers. She also brings her own personal experience as a seasoned documentary . Learn how to master the use of micro-beats when cutting documentary scenes. Part of a collection of companion video tutorials for the book: "Documentary Editing: Principles and Practice" by Jacob Bricca. "This extraordinary book offers a rich history of independent and studio documentary practice, television programming, public broadcasting, and alternative media production. A brilliant and meticulously researched book, it is groundbreaking work organized around the multiple circuits of media production in Los Angeles.