'I am often asked how to work with archival materials. Now I have an easy answer: Get a copy of Archival Storytelling and read it. Everything's there—how to use archival materials, acquire them, and most of all, how to think about them. Archival Storytelling is indispensable.'—David Grubin, Filmmaker, LBJ, FDR, Napoleon, and The Jewish Americans
'This is it, the book that will save you thousands of dollars and untold hours of frustration. It will be the single best purchase your production company will make. Archival Storytelling clearly explains the entire process of researching, acquiring and licensing archival footage and music. Included are time-tested tips and techniques for efficiently managing the work flow and negotiating rights. '—Ann Petrone, Archival Supervisor, The Fog of War
Archival Storytelling is an essential, pragmatic guide to one of the most challenging issues facing filmmakers today: the use of images and music that belong to someone else. Where do producers go for affordable stills and footage? How do filmmakers evaluate the historical value of archival materials? What do vérité producers need to know when documenting a world filled with rights-protected images and sounds? How do filmmakers protect their own creative efforts from infringement?
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Autor||Bernard,Sheila Curran; Rabbin,Kenn|