what should be the first step to make a great documentary?
what is the most important tool for making documentaries?
Making sure you get all the facts correct should be the first thing. Second should be to figure a way of presenting them in an engaging and logical/chronological manner so the watcher/reader/listener can easily follow along.
by Vanessa Martinez Wilson 6 years ago
There are documentaries about every subject and occasion. Do you have a favorite? Nature? Historical? True Crime? Political? Sports? Biographical? Rockumentary? Mockumentary?I have found that over the years I've moved from one spectrum (I used to love Depeche Mode's 101) to...
by mosaicman 3 years ago
What is your favorite ESPN 30 for 30 documentary?I have watched the majority of the ESPN documentaries. It is hard to pick my favorite. However, I must say my top 3 favorites are:1. The Pony Express2. Benji3. The UThese were very educational dealing with things that happened through my childhood...
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
What do you want out of a documentary?Whether you watch them because you like to learn about nature, history, the environment or politics, every one has some has some genre of documentaries which they enjoy. But when perusing the list, what makes you pass over one and decide on another? Is it the...
by LongTimeMother 5 years ago
Have you seen the documentary 'Food Inc' about the food industry in America?It was on tv here late at night recently. I bought a copy of the DVD so my husband could watch it. I am wondering if many other people have seen it, and what was your reaction?
by Adamowen 5 years ago
What is the best documentary you have watched?
by BiancaMatthews1 6 years ago
Do you think that documentaries are biased?And also, do you think that documentaries deliberately make the characters stereotypical? You're experience and views on this subject matter would be so valuable and would love to hear back from you, I want to hear your view as I'm doing a project on child...
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