Search in ebookee.net!

[MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING


作者: tutorial



The poster (email) is not available. 收藏推荐: Bookmark this: MasterClass KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING

图书介绍


MasterClass KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING

The drama of truth

Since its 2017 debut, Ken Burns’s The Vietnam War has enthralled over 39 million viewers by painting an intimate and revealing portrait of history. Learn how Ken captivates audiences with his ability to distill vast research and complex truths into compelling narratives. From first treatment to final edit, Ken teaches his documentary filmmaking techniques that “wake the dead” to bring their stories to life.



  • Introduction

    Meet your new instructor: award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns. Ken shares why he’s teaching his MasterClass, what you’ll learn, and encourages you to break free from the rules of conventional filmmaking.

  • 02

    What It Takes

    Your life experiences, personal goals, and early films are all fodder for your career as filmmaker. Learn the highs and lows of Ken’s first film and his advice for navigating the filmmaking process.

  • 03

    Choosing Your Story

    Using examples from his own project files, Ken teaches you how to identify powerful, universal themes that will resonate with audiences.

  • Show all 26 Lessons

    • 04

      Finding Your Story Within The Subject

      You’ve selected your topic, but what’s the story you’re telling? Ken teaches you how to use research to seek out different perspectives, discover your story, and anchor it in facts.

    • 05

      Telling A True Story

      Learn how Ken sculpts stories to honor opposing viewpoints and portray a larger narrative picture.

    • 06

      Treatments, Pitching, and Funding

      Filmmaking requires passion, vision—and money. Using an example from The Civil War, Ken teaches you the purpose and process of writing a treatment and his tips for navigating the world of fundraising.

    • 07

      Structuring a Documentary Narrative

      A bold beginning, engaging middle, and compelling end—the laws of storytelling can and should be applied to documentary filmmaking. Learn how to structure your narrative to keep viewers hooked.

    • 08

      Sourcing Archival Materials

      Archival materials are some of the richest storytelling resources available. But how do you navigate the huge volume of possibilities? Ken teaches you his time-tested methods for unearthing rare audio and visual materials.

    • 09

      Shaping Nonfiction Characters

      Learn how to identify character arcs, leverage conflict, and set aside judgment to portray memorable nonfiction characters that capture the complexity of real life.

    • 10

      Case Study: The Vietnam War Episode Boards

      Using the episode board from his docuseries The Vietnam War, Ken teaches you his strategies for visualizing the structure of your film.

    • 11

      Writing a Script

      For Ken, writing a script is an essential step towards organizing and shaping a film’s story and structure.In this lesson, he explains how to leverage all the narrative tools at your disposal—from interview bites to narration—in order to craft your script.

    • 12

      Visual Storytelling: Cinematic Techniques

      Ken teaches you how to use the cinematic tools of dramatic filmmaking to infuse emotion and meaning into the stills and live action of your documentary.

    • 13

      Visual Storytelling: Unforgivable Blackness Case Study

      Using imagery from his film Unforgivable Blackness, Ken demonstrates how to artfully juxtapose photographs and interweave film to craft a compelling storyline.

    • 14

      Selecting Interview Subjects

      The people you choose to interview help bring your film to life. Ken teaches you how to identify, approach, and vet the right subjects for your documentary.

    • 15

      Conducting an Interview

      Learn Ken’s interviewing techniques to help you connect with your subjects and draw out their most compelling stories.

    • 16

      Case Study: Navigating a Challenging Interview

      Not all interviews run smoothly. Using raw footage from The War, Ken walks you through one of his most difficult interviews, and shares how four simple words transformed it into some of the most powerful moments in the film.

    • 17

      Nonfiction Cinematography

      You don’t need a huge crew to make a great film. Ken teaches you how to approach interview and field shoots using a lean production team.

    • 18

      The Power of Music

      Learn how Ken uses music as a powerful storytelling tool in order to add layers of narrative depth and spark emotions in his audiences.

    • 19

      Editing: Process

      After editing Civil War, Baseball, and Jazz, Ken created a new process to efficiently hone raw footage into the final cut. Learn his method for tackling vast amounts of material during the editing process.

    • 20

      Editing: Principles

      Ken teaches you the guiding principles he’s developed over the course of four decades in the edit bay.

    • 21

      Editing Case Study: The Vietnam War Introduction

      Using early, never-before-seen-cuts of The Vietnam War, Ken illustrates how to synthesize the components of a story and sculpt the film in the edit.

    • 22

      Recording and Using Voice Over

      Using pages from The Vietnam War and The Roosevelts, Ken walks you through the process of tracking a VO session and directing talent.

    • 23

      Sound Design

      To truly immerse an audience in your film, sound design is key. Ken teaches you how to spot for sound and harness the vast array of aural tools at your disposal.

    • 24

      The Artist's Responsibility

      Film has the ability to bridge geographic, linguistic, and political boundaries. Ken breaks down the role of the filmmaker in society and their power and responsibility as an artist.

    • 25

      Sharing Your Film

      Part of the thrill of making a film is sharing it with others. Learn how to reach your audience and the importance of opening your film up to interpretation and conversation.

  • 26

    Jump The Chasm

    Ken encourages you to let go of any lingering doubt and take the leap toward making your documentary film.



Download >> 2.7 GB >> http://dailyuploads.net/k2kcngd1dm1z


[Directly Download] [MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING!


Download this book
DOWNLOAD Free download ezdownloader, then you can free download.

Download "[MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING"

使用ezdownloader下载
DOWNLOAD


Copyright Disclaimer:
本站一切内容源于互联网搜索,禁止商用! 如有任何不妥请联系:admin@ebookee.com,我们将在24小时内删除相关内容。

浏览量:0 添加时间:2018-11-18 03:09:02, 更新时间:2018-11-18 03:09:02, shared by phaelx

搜索该书!...


Search mirrors of "[MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING"...

Search in ebookee.com!

下载链接


Free Magazine Subscriptions & Technical Document Downloads

推荐:使用EZdownloader下载电子书


没有下载链接
请在图书介绍里查找下载链接,如果没有,可以试着搜索有无其它该书信息。

不能下载?
如果不能下载或者在“图书介绍”中找不到 "[MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING" 的下载链接请留言。下次访问本站时察看 所有留言 看是否有人已经更新了该书。

该书可能有其它下载链接,请点 这里查询相关图书


相关链接


"[MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING" 相关链接:


Comments


"[MasterClass] KEN BURNS TEACHES DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING" 没有评论.

    Leave a Comment

    如果没有下载链接或者下载链接无效,请查看相关链接或者搜索相关资料。

    required

    required

    email addresses

    required

    Not clear? Click to refresh.


    1. 艺术设计
    2. 有声读物
    3. 语言文化
    4. 家庭生活
    5. 法律
    6. 音乐歌词
    7. 软件相关
    8. BT种子
    9. 其它图书
    10. 所有留言
    11. 留言评论
    12. Download Thousands of Books two weeks for FREE!
    13. Download millions of Usenet resources!
    14. 海淀驾校
    Back to Top