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.
Creating an emotional connection with your viewer is the key to great storytelling. Visual storyteller Gregg Bleakney from WhereNext explains, it’s all about thinking like Jason Bourne.
How do experienced filmmakers get their subjects to relax? Visual storyteller Benjamin Chesterton, from production company duckrabbit, shares how to get a great interview.
We sit down with Travel Film Scholarship mentor and professional filmmaker Brian Rapsey to discuss the lifestyle, industry and how he first started out.
Find out what it takes to break into the business to start your own production company and how Gregg found his style through scouring the globe for inspiring tales to tell.
What does it take to be a documentary filmmaker & storyteller? We sit down with Benjamin Chesterton, founder of production company duckrabbit, to find out.
Travel Film Scholarship mentor and professional filmmaker Brian Rapsey shares advice from his years in the field, from working with a premise to building rapport in interviews.