iPhone Filmmaking — Plan, Shoot & Edit an iPhone Documentary
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- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Identify a documentary film subject
- Scout and develop talent to respond in front of the camera
- Plan, prepare and produce all aspects of a TV-quality film story
- Develop shot lists and film locations that will build your story
- Gather pro audio from the field for building a well-layered sound track
- Edit sequences, performances and interview segments into a compelling visual narrative
- Use non-fiction filmmaking techniques to make authentic, original and powerful documentary episodes.
- Take either the Smartphone Filmmaking or Mobile Journalism masterclass before enrolling this course.
- The lessons in this course pick up where those foundation courses end.
- We will demonstrate video editing with Final Cut Pro X. You can use this or any two track video editing app for your movie.
This iPhone videography course features an award-winning documentary short film that was shot with mobile devices.
This is an intermediate level course that builds upon the iPhone Filmmaking course - "iPhone Filmmaking for Beginners: Filmic Pro & LumaFusion app"
You should first complete "iPhone Filmmaking for Beginners: Filmic Pro & LumaFusion app" before diving into this course.
You will need the experience from that foundation course to get the most from this in-depth course.
Here is where we take you deep inside the process of making award-winning films. The author has won 19 film festival honors from international competitions in the documentary category.
You will go behind the lens and learn every step in making an original documentary film.
In this course you apply advanced filmmaking techniques that help you to produce a movie about a person, event, activity, place, brand, or issues that you care deeply about.
Films are an amazing way to connect people to a person, a product, idea, or mission. They give the viewer the feeling of a long-lasting connection.
In these detailed step-by-step lessons, filmmaker Robb Montgomery will take you backstage and behind the lens to see exactly how to plan, produce, film and edit a long-form documentary film with mobile video gear.
Montgomery shows you how he solo-produces a broadcast quality film in Berlin with no crew, no script, no budget, and no automobile.
You will learn how to:
Scout and recruit an interesting film subject
Prepare a shot list
Develop interview questions
Prepare the gear and subjects
Use locations to full effect
Develop sophisticated motion shots
Edit scenes, sequences, string outs and sound bites into a compelling visual statement
Intended Audience: Journalists, film makers, teachers, advertisers, musicians, artists
- video editors
- mobile journlaists