Putting someone in front of a camera and asking them questions can be brutal. In this lesson you will learn how to lessen the impact of the process of filming an interview and put your interviewee more at ease.
We look at the impact the interview process can have on your subject, how to stay on course, and finally we cover a few creative ways to re-enforce the subject matter with the careful choice of setting and environment.
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The full course, The Documentary Interview, gives you lots more advice on presenting effectively for video. I draw on my experience as a documentary filmmaker to show you how to find the right people, find your documentary voice, and deliver your film in a professional, compelling way that will impress your viewers.
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