Posts Tagged ‘phnom penh’

104 – Crowdfunding Your Documentary Film with John Trigonis

Few people know the crowdfunding game like John Trigonis.  He is considered to be one of the leading experts in the game.  And with good reason, since he has been leading some of the most impressive crowdfunding campaigns for film companies and independent filmmakers over the past decade, worked for Indiegogo, and authored the veritable…

103 – Doc Filmmaking, Festivals, and Podcasting with Thom Powers

Thom Powers has been more in touch with documentary filmmaking and filmmakers than most anyone I know. Which makes sense, since he made docs for about a decade, programs for two of the most prestigious film festivals (TIFF and DOCNYC), and is now the host of the podcast, Pure Nonfiction . Please join us as we have…

79 – Filming in Dangerous Environments with Doc Filmmakers, Chris Kelly & Venerable Luon Sovath

The number of docos filming in dangerous or hostile environments has been steadily increasing over the past decade, with the access to both dependable portable film gear as well as the best areas in which to tell a given story.  What has not necessarily increased is a filmmaker or journalist’s safety, with 80 being killed in…

40 – How to Shoot Great Looking B-roll + Documentary Filmmaking Couple, Jonathan Lacocque & Clara Lehmann

One of the often overlooked elements to a documentary filmmaker’s footage is their B-roll.  And the biggest reason that I have to make this assumption is the copious amounts of really really bad looking B-roll that is out there in the world.  Hell, there was even an amazing viral video a few years back all…