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Documentary in Practice: Filmmakers and Production Choices
     

Documentary in Practice: Filmmakers and Production Choices

by Jane L. Chapman
 
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 and advises on how students can gain invaluable insight from these projects.

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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 and advises on how students can gain invaluable insight from these projects.

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"This book, which offers wonderful examples of film-makers reflecting on their practical choices, together with insightful commentary from the author, shows how critical thinking is foundational to the film-making practice."
European Journal of Communication

"Jane Chapman manages to mix creative enthusiasm and practical advice in equal measure. This engaging book, informed by her experience in television, is a major contribution to teaching documentary production. Its thoughtful commentary and sequence of illuminating case-studies will also be of value to a broader understanding of this area of work and its critical appreciation."
John Corner, University of Liverpool

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780745636122
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
02/13/2007
Pages:
184
Sales rank:
1,362,169
Product dimensions:
6.72(w) x 9.65(h) x 0.60(d)

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Jane Chapman is Reader in Media Studies at the University of Lincoln.

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