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Author Rabiger, Michael.

Title Directing the documentary / Michael Rabiger
Edition Third edition
Published Boston ; Oxford : Focal Press, 1998

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 MELB  791.430233 Rab/Dtd 1998  AVAILABLE
 MELB  791.430233 Rab/Dtd 1998  AVAILABLE
Description ix, 430 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Pt. 1. Introduction, History, and Future. 1. Introduction. 2. A Brief and Functional History of the Documentary -- Pt. 2. Identity and Authorship. 3. Finding Your Creative Identity. 4. Developing Your Story Ideas -- Pt. 3. Screencraft. 5. Screen Grammar. 6. Screencraft Analysis Projects. 7. Basic Shooting Projects -- Pt. 4. Preproduction. 8. Initial Research and the Proposal. 9. Research Leading Up to the Shoot. 10. Developing a Crew -- Pt. 5. Production. 11. Equipment Selection. 12. About Lighting. 13. Avoiding Problems. 14. Interviewing. 15. Directing Participants. 16. Directing the Crew. 17. Authorship. 18. Production Projects -- Pt. 6. Postproduction. 19. A Postproduction Overview. 20. The Paper Edit: Designing a Structure. 21. Editing: The First Assembly. 22. Editing: The Process of Refinement. 23. Narration. 24. Editing: The End Game. 25. Postproduction Projects -- Pt. 7. Aesthetics and Authorship. 26. Documentary Theory and the Issue of Representation
27. Elements of the Documentary. 28. Form, Control, and Identity. 29. Re-enactment, Reconstruction, and Docudrama. 30. Ethics, Authorship, and Documentary Mission -- Pt. 8. Career Track. 31. Education. 32. Getting Work -- Pt. 9. Other Information -- Filmography of Director Michael Rabiger
Summary Michael Rabiger's Directing the Documentary is the established guidebook to the process of making a documentary work for the screen. This includes the real problems of researching and focusing a documentary film or video idea, developing a crew, directing the crew and participants, and maintaining control during shooting. Rabiger also leads the reader through the complex evolutionary process of postproduction, where the film's true characteristics can really begin to emerge and assert themselves
Notes Previous ed.: 1992
Bibliography Filmography: pages [391]-392
Includes bibliographical references (pages [407]-412) and index
Subject Documentary films -- Production and direction.
Documentary films -- Production and direction -- United States.
LC no. 97006582
ISBN 0240802705 (paperback)