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Directing the documentary / Michael Rabiger.

By: Rabiger, Michael.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PN1995.9.D6 R3 2015Publication: Burlington, Mass. : Focal Press, 2015Edition: 6th ed.Description: xxxv, 535 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780415719308 (pbk.); 0415719305 (pbk.).Subject(s): Documentary films -- Production and direction
Contents:
Book I: Observing -- Part 1: You and Your Ideas; 1 You and Film Authorship -- 2 The Nature of Documentary -- Part 2: Documentaries and Film Language; 3 Documentary History; 4 Constructing Reality; 5 Story Elements and Film Grammar -- Part 3: Preproduction; 6 Developing story ideas; 7 Research; 8 Developing and pitching a short documentary; 9 The crew -- Part 4: Production; 10 Capturing sound; 11 Lighting; 12 Camera; 13 Directing -- Part 5: Postproduction; 14 Creating the first assembly; 15 Editing for refinement; 16 Editing from fine cut to festival -- Book II: Storytelling -- Part 6: Documentary aesthetics; 17 Point of view and storytelling; 18 Dramatic development, time and story structure; 19 Form, control, and style; 20 Re-enactment, reconstruction, and docudrama; 21 Values, ethics, and choices -- Part 7: Advanced production issues -- Part 7a: Advanced preproduction; 22 Advanced research; 23 Advanced story development and proposal; 24 Advanced technology and budgeting; 25 Preparations before directing -- Part 7b: Advanced production; 26 Optics; 27 Advanced cameras and equipment; 28 Advanced location sound; 29 Organization, crew, and procedures for the larger production; 30 Advanced directing; 31 Conducting and shooting interviews -- Part 7c: Advanced postproduction; 32 From transcript to assembly; 33 Creating narration; 34 Using music and working with a composer; 35 Editing refinements and structural solutions -- Part 8: Work; 36 Developing a career; 37 Starting up on your own.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book I: Observing -- Part 1: You and Your Ideas; 1 You and Film Authorship -- 2 The Nature of Documentary -- Part 2: Documentaries and Film Language; 3 Documentary History; 4 Constructing Reality; 5 Story Elements and Film Grammar -- Part 3: Preproduction; 6 Developing story ideas; 7 Research; 8 Developing and pitching a short documentary; 9 The crew -- Part 4: Production; 10 Capturing sound; 11 Lighting; 12 Camera; 13 Directing -- Part 5: Postproduction; 14 Creating the first assembly; 15 Editing for refinement; 16 Editing from fine cut to festival -- Book II: Storytelling -- Part 6: Documentary aesthetics; 17 Point of view and storytelling; 18 Dramatic development, time and story structure; 19 Form, control, and style; 20 Re-enactment, reconstruction, and docudrama; 21 Values, ethics, and choices -- Part 7: Advanced production issues -- Part 7a: Advanced preproduction; 22 Advanced research; 23 Advanced story development and proposal; 24 Advanced technology and budgeting; 25 Preparations before directing -- Part 7b: Advanced production; 26 Optics; 27 Advanced cameras and equipment; 28 Advanced location sound; 29 Organization, crew, and procedures for the larger production; 30 Advanced directing; 31 Conducting and shooting interviews -- Part 7c: Advanced postproduction; 32 From transcript to assembly; 33 Creating narration; 34 Using music and working with a composer; 35 Editing refinements and structural solutions -- Part 8: Work; 36 Developing a career; 37 Starting up on your own.

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