Create a Short Documentary Video Portrait
How can you structure, shoot, and share your best story? Join filmmaker Elaine McMillion Sheldon for a tactical, inspiring class on balancing artistry and authenticity in documentary video portraits and short films.
Covering every stage of her creative process, you’ll go behind-the-scenes as she films a video portrait of Brooklyn-based musicians Coyote & Crow. Bite-sized lessons cover:
storytelling: discovering and researching your subject
single-camera shooting: tips for capturing visuals and audio when it’s just you
polish: editing tricks for rhythm, pace, and style
pitching: advice on reaching out to commissioning outlets and brands
You’ll learn how to create the kind of character-driven video portraits that distinguish great filmmakers — the films that turn into Vimeo Staff Picks, New York Times Op-Docs, film festival shorts, and more.
This 55-minute class is perfect for filmmakers, documentarians, journalists, and all creative storytellers eager to craft compelling narratives about the stories all around us.
We recommend that students have a basic technical knowledge of their camera and equipment, but Einsteiger, Fortgeschrittene und Erfahrene are welcome!
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