Making your pitch stand out from a sea of others can make or break your documentary. Get some advice from inside the business.
Director Jennifer Peedom shares the all-to-common mistake made by emerging documentary makers and how she plots a story while still expecting the unexpected.
Mountains and music. Find out what goes into making a successful documentary plus the landscapes and filmmakers that have inspired her body of work.
She's in the business of finding and sharing stories. Find out more about our new Travel Film Scholarship judge's work and her advice for aspiring filmmakers.
Rejection is never easy. 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship judge Charukesi Ramadurai shares some tips from her sometimes painful, and always practical, experience.
Emily Polar has made a living by sitting out raging storms to get that perfect, majestic shot. She shares her tool box of knowledge on how to photograph in mountain terrain.
Charukesi Ramadurai shows how it's not only the story being told that's important but the interesting details that make it stand out.
The golden rule with wildlife photography is to observe and photograph but to minimize disturbance to the wildlife. Graeme Green gives his expert advice on how to photograph wildlife without causing harm and suffering.
Graeme Green shares his tips on photographing wildlife, from using light and getting down on an animal’s level to learning to predict the future.
Details. Quotes. Pacing. These are the key elements to any well written travel story. NY Times contributor Tim Neville unpacks how to build an enthralling narrative for any brief.
Norie Quintos, editor-at-large at Nat Geo Travel and one of our 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship judges gives us a glimpse at what she looks for when editing a piece.