Posts Tagged ‘filmmaking’

96 – Short Your Way to a Feature with Jon Kasbe

Jon Kasbe may not be a name that you are familiar with… yet. Unless you are intricately connected to film festivals or an avid follower of short documentary films, you may not know of this filmmaker’s work.   But he’s most certainly someone that you will soon know, quite possibly with his first feature doc,…

92 – How to Fund Your Film: The Individual Donor

An often overlooked aspect of film funding is the individual donor.  Which is kind of surprising, given that statistics tend to show that 50 percent (and sometimes more) make up the overall funding for doc filmmakers.  Amidst, all of the dialogue and concentration on other, sometimes more obvious, avenues of fundraising like crowdfunding, grant funding,…

74 – Archival Storytelling For Your Documentary with Tom Jennings

Through his production company, 1895 Films, Tom Jennings has become known for his fresh and inventive approach to using archival footage to tell a story.  With both Peabody and Emmy Awards under his belt, there are few who have mastered the art of archival storytelling in the way that Tom has.  After listening to this…