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Directing Documentary

Directing Documentary

This exciting new course will teach you what you need to know to create effective and engaging documentaries. Throughout the course you will cover the history of documentary making, various techniques and styling, how to gain access to subjects and materials, effective pitching, dealing with finance and finally where to go and what to do with a finished film.

Starts 9th August 2012

Location: Metro Screen, Paddington Town Hall, Sydney
Book Now: http://www.metroscreen.org.au/course

When:
09/08/2012
Where:
249 Oxford Street, Paddington, NSW, 2021
How Much:
$545
Web:
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