This year, I had the privilege to attend Kevin Knoblock’s Documentary Film Class. Check out our article here: indieshooter.com/what-it-takes-to-make-a-good-documentary-film.
Typically, you have to be in Los Angeles to have access to great classes like this taught by REAL directors, not “gurus”. However, now Knoblock is bringing this class to everyone in a new webinar coming up next Saturday, December 13.
A couple of great things about this particular class. First, it’s half off. So you can get this class that normally goes for $80 no only $39.95. Second, HDLSR Shooter is giving away 3 passes to our followers on twitter.
That’s all there is to it. HDSLR Shooter will choose 3 people on or before December 11, and winners will be announced on twitter. Whether you win or not, if you’re thinking about producing a documentary film or are curious about documentary film production, I highly recommend you strongly consider taking this class. You’d be hard pressed to find someone more qualified to teach about documentary film production than director Kevin Knoblock.
If you’re not familiar with him, Kevin Knoblock has written, produced and directed hundreds of hours of syndicated television, written and produced multiple hours of one-hour cable documentaries, and written, produced and directed feature length film documentaries, including BORDER WAR (Winner, Best Documentary 2006, American Film Renaissance) and BROKEN PROMISES: THE UNITED NATIONS AT 60 (2005 WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival Special Jury Remi Prize winner). In 2009 and 2010, Knoblock wrote, produced and directed the feature documentary NINE DAYS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD about Pope John Paul II’s historic trip to Poland, the beginning of the Solidarity movement and the collapse of Soviet Communism.
For more information about Kevin Knoblock or to register for the class, go to the website at documentaryfilmclass.com
Here’s more from DocumentaryFilmClass.com:
Kevin Knoblock’s Documentary Film Class Webinar will guide you on the art, craft, and business of creating documentaries. All levels of professionals can benefit from this class. Be prepared to learn secrets Knoblock has accumulated from writing, producing and directing hundreds of hours of award-winning non-fiction content.
– Documentary Genres and Styles.
– How do you start? Identify your passion project, the one you must make.
– How to organize your story.
– Getting your project funded. Understanding budgets.
– Pre-production overview. How to refine your lists of interviews and b roll.
– Assembling your crew, and ways to save.
– Equipment. Which cameras to use. What can you afford at each price point?
– How to shoot interviews.
– Script formatting. Dramatic development.
– Hiring and working with your editor.
– How writing to temp music can unlock your creativity.
– Post-Production workflow
And much more!
DATE: Saturday, December 13, 2014. 10:00am-11:30am Pacific Time.
Presenter: Kevin Knoblock
CYBER MONDAY HOLDOVER! HALF-OFF NORMAL PRICE!
BUY NOW! Only $39.95