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About documentary_guide

Artis Anthony
(New York University's film school)

Anthony Artis' "The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide"
Book and DVD set, a one-stop shop written by a guerrilla filmmaker, for guerrilla filmmakers

The DVD includes:

Video and audio tutorials, useful forms, and interviews with leading documentary filmmakers like Albert Maysles (Grey Gardens), Sam Pollard (4 Little Girls), and others

50+ Crazy Phat Bonus pages with jump start charts, online resources, releases, storyboards, checklists, equipment guides, and shooting procedures.


Here's just a small sampling of what's inside the book:

Putting together a crew

Choosing a camera

New HDV and 24P cameras

Shooting in rough neighborhoods

Interview skills and techniques

10 ways to lower your budget

Common production forms

"The book has a luxury presentation that makes you feel like a successful filmmaker – or that you soon will be – from the word go...Carried out in full colour, which makes a relief from too many academic tomes, its 296 pages are chock-a-block with very useful illustrations. But the clincher seems to be the DVD which is all part of the package. You’re a filmmaker, after all. A visual artist. Why would you want to spend all your time reading when you can be watching and learning." - British Film Magazine

"Anthony Artis' "The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide" is a good primer for the entry-level documentary filmmaker, presented in a breezy, down-to-earth vernacular style."
-Thomas White, Editor of Documentary Magazine, a publication of the International Documentary Association.

Buy The Book from
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