Documentaries
     Stephanie Tasia Taylor
    Ms. Rieger/ Pd. 4/5
Documentaries
Agenda
My task for today is….
 Educating the class about my topic.
 Three documentarians
 A small clip of my documentar...
Thesis
 Documentaries   is a production that addresses
 the creative, ethical, problems and choices in
 today’s society.
What is it?

Documentaries is a board category of visual
 expressions….
When Life Gives You Footage, You
     Make a Documentary
Positive Effect
 What   I got out of the topic….
Types of Shots
    Shoot               everything
            Establishing shots
            Close Ups




Wells, Peter...
Cont.
   Medium  Shots
   Reactions
   Cutaways




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aik...
Be Creative
 Dividing               your frame
    Foreground Framing
    Background Framing
    Dramatic Angles
    ...
Foreground Framing




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switze...
Background Framing




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switze...
Dramatic Angle




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerlan...
Perspective Angle




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzer...
Extreme Close-Up




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerl...
The Best Things In Life Are Free

     The sun
     Location




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illu...
The Sun




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA,...
Location




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA...
3 Point Lighting
       Three     Point lighting is a very common
           lighting technique…




Wells, Peter. A Begi...
Key Light
 Key            Light is the main light source.




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. B...
Fill Light
    Fill light is less bright than the key light.
    It’s used to illuminate the parts of the
     subject.
...
Back Lighting
      Back     light is used to illuminate the edge of
          the subject from behind…




Wells, Peter....
Organized Editing
    Labels




Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2...
Finding An Audience
Grierson’s Principles
Documentary Practice
    A     complex process of creating documentary
         projects.




Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Do...
The Mission of
                                    Documentaries
           Showing the public problems

           Introd...
Types of Documentaries
         New  Documentaries
         Travel Documentaries
         Social Documentaries
        ...
Cont.
     Scientific
               Documentaries
     History Documentaries
     Propagandist documentaries




Burns...
History




Robert, Ed. “Documentary Film.” Encyclopedia of the Great Depression. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillian Reference U...
1920s-1940
         Propagandist tradition
         Triumph of the Will (1935)
         The Plow That Broke the Plains ...
Triumph of the Will



                        Burns, Jennifer Bobrow.
                                   “Documentary
   ...
The Plow That Broke the Plain




urns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New ...
The River




urns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferg...
Famous Documentarians
Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers T...
Gordon Parks




Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Talk a...
Errol Morris
Spike Lee




Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Talk abou...
Modernhave noted that this film genre
Box office analysts
                    Documentaries
has become increasingly succes...
Memories

We do not remember days; we remember
moments. ~Cesare Pavese, The Burning Brand

Memory is a way of holding onto...
My Application
Class Activity
 One   minute movie clip
Works Cited
   Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.”
    Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Tal...
Work Cited
   Goodale, Gloria. “Documentaries: Suddenly Chic.”
    Christian Science Monitor 23 Oct. 1998: n. pag.
    Ma...
Work Cited
 Wells,Peter. A Beginner’s Guide to Digotal
 Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar.
 2004. Switzerland: AV...
Conclusion
 Documentaries  gives you a glimpse of reality in
 a movie. It addresses creative topics that relate
 to the w...
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  • My task for today is to educate the class about my topic. I then will show my documentary UMHS 2010: We Get It Poppin! I then will end with my class activity.

  • Broad category of visual expressions that is based on the attempt, in one fashion or another, to document reality. Referred to movies shot on film stock, it expanded to include video and digital productions that can be either direct-to-video or made for a television series. Documentaries work to identify a “filmmaking practice, a cinematic tradition, and mode of audience reception”
  • I decided to apply my information about my topic by documenting the senior class and making a documentary. Gathering candid footage of the class of 2010, capturing the best moments that we’ll never forget, with the people that we’ll always remember. I tried to create a documentary that would captures the viewers attention as if an award winning producer did it.
  • By choosing documentaries, and making my application for my senior grad project. It opened up more doors to hang out with more seniors instead of just sticking with my tight group of friends. It gives me a different outlook on reality television productions.
  • Establishing shots are typically, wide shots in which all actions are shown or suggested. They provide a sense of orientation for the viewers. They are showing clearly how the subjects are positioned in relation to one another. I applied this shot a lot when I was interviewing more then one person while making my documentary.
    Close Ups bring the audience right in action. In an instructional video, close ups are used to demonstrate how a specific task is accomplished. For example, in drama, they’re used to evoke a more emotional response. I also applied the close up when a strong statement was made by a senior.

  • Medium Shots is typically a shot of a person from the waist up. Medium shots don’t need to be restricted to one person.
    Reactions shots help provide a tone and context for a scene and also help influence the audience's own emotional responses. In interview situations, reactions shots usually consist of nods and other appropriate reactions.
    Cutaways are close ups details of anything relevant to a scene.
  • By dividing your filming into different frames makes your documentary more creative, and brings more excitement then just having it in one shot the whole time during the footage. Different types of framing are
    -Foreground
    -Background
    -Dramatic Angles
    -Perspective
    -Extreme Close-Ups
  • Foreground Framing- The technique applies equally well to window panes, doorways and any other structural device that can provide a frame within a frame. Make your on-screen characters a part of their surroundings
  • Background Framing- objects can be used as frames too, giving emphasis to foreground elements.
  • Dramatic Angles- Tempting to shoot everything from your own eye level, but that can make for confrontational footage.
  • Perspective- Wide-angle lens adapters are a great tool for adding depth to a shot.
  • Extreme Close-Ups- Often used to pick out an actor’s or a subject’s eyes. They can evoke an intense feeling of urgency, or help inform the audience of a player’s emotional state.
  • These are elements in filming that don’t cost any money, unless it’s a private property for location. These two elements played a big part in my documentary.
  • The sun gives you a natural light source, it provides an ample amount of illumination for the filming. It also has limitations.
  • The location of the movie can give you a good setting can provide context, and credibility to movies. Most of my filming was done in school or at different parks.
  • Three Point lighting is a very common lighting technique used in cinematography and photography. It can be used to illuminate the subject in an attractive way. Three point lighting consist of three components…
    -Key Light
    -Fill Light
    -Back lighting
    These three lightings help with shadow, lighting and shading.
  • Key light is the main light source, it illuminates the subject the most and it defines the overall lighting design of the scene. Key light casts the strongest shadows to the subject.
  • Fill light is less bright than key light and is used to illuminate the parts of the subject that cannot be reached by key light. Fill light is also used to soften the shadows of key light and to decrease the contrast of the subject's surface.
  • Back light is used to illuminate the edge of the subject from behind in order to separate the subject from its background. Back light can be very bright. Even if it's bright is doesn't compete with key light because it highlights only the edges of the subject. Back light is also known as rim light because it gives the subject a rim of light.
  • Label- Label all your information correctly, and use a meaningful title.
    This technique came in handy while filming because I was filming a lot I would label it by the date and who was in it.

  • Movies are made to be watched. If your production doesn’t find an audience it might just as well have not been made.
  • Grierson’s principles of documentary were that cinemas potential for observing life could be exploited in a new art form; that the “original” actor and “original” scene are better guides than their fiction counterparts to interpreting the modern world; and that materials can be more real than the acted article. His definition of documentary as “creative treatment of actuality” has gained some acceptance, though it presents philosophical questions about documentaries containing staging and reenactments.
  • Documentary Practice is the complex process of creating documentary projects. It refers to what people do with media devices, content, form, and production strategies in order to address the creative, ethical, and conceptual problems and choices that arise as they make documentaries. Magazines and newspapers are clear connections in terms of Documentary Practice.
  • Directors dramatizes the event and show their story in a creative way. They are shoot in real time, no stage, no costumes and no scripts. The main goal of a documentary is to solve or make a problem noticeable to the public. Documentaries are a form of reality.
  • New Documentaries-Objective presentaions of everyday news.
    Travel Documentaries-Presentation of the travels to well known or not known places
    Social Documentaries-The problems on the life and future of the community or groups presented in this type of documentraies. The documentary I made is a social documentary.
    Research Documentary- Is a documentary made up of documented information
  • Scientific Documentaries-Generally presenting the findings and results of a scientific research by using examples to make understandable.
    History Documentaries-The aim of history documentary is presenting the historical event as real as possible to make knowledge about the past.
    Propagandist documentaries-The propagandist films made to the explicit purpose of persuading an audience of a point.
  • The earliest “moving pictures” were, by definition, documentaries. They were single-shot moments captured on film: a train entering a station, a boat docking, or factory workers leaving work. Early film was dominated by the novelty of showing an event. These short films were called “actuality” films.
  • Propagandist tradition consists of films made with the explicit purpose of persuading an audience of a point. One of the most notorious propaganda films is Leni Riefenstahl’s Triumph of the Will. Pare Lorentz’s The Plow That Broke the Plains and The River and Willard Van Dyke’s The City are notable New Deal Productions. They all presented complex combinations of social and ecological awareness, government propaganda, and leftist viewpoints.
  • It’s a propaganda film made by Leni Riefenstahl, it was known to be the best example of propaganda in film history.
  • It’s a short documentary that’s shows what happen to the Great Plains regions of American and Canada when uncontrolled agricultural farming led to the Dust Bowl.
  • A short documentary, that shows how important the Mississippi River really is to the United States. Also how farming and timber practices had caused topsoil to swept down the river in to Mexico.
  • Gordon Parks is a renaissance man, and legendary. He was born Nov 30, 1912, in Fort Scott, Kansas. Parks is an internationally acclaimed photojournalist, filmmaker, art photographer, novelist, poet and composer. He has been making his mark on world culture for more than half a century. His first documentary and film was in 1964, it was called Flavio. The film was based on a photographic essay he wrote for Life ® magazine
    Spike Lee was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and lived in Chicago briefly until he was about three or four. He then moved to Brooklyn where he grew up. After graduating from High School he went to Morehouse College and majored in Mass Communications
  • Gordon Parks is a renaissance man, and legendary. He was born in Fort Scott, Kansas. Parks is an internationally acclaimed photojournalist, filmmaker, art photographer, novelist, poet and composer. He has been making his mark on world culture for more than half a century. His first documentary and film was in 1964, it was called Flavio. The film was based on a photographic essay he wrote for Life ® magazine
  • Errol Morris was born in Hewlett, New York. Morris has won Academy Award for Best Documentary Film. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also talked his way into Princeton University. He wasn’t just a famous documentary filmmaker he also did television commercials.
  • Spike Lee was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and lived in Chicago briefly until he was about three or four. He then moved to Brooklyn where he grew up. After graduating from High School he went to Morehouse College and majored in Mass Communications
  • Box office analysts have noted that this film genre has become increasingly successful in theatrical release with films such as Earth, Super Size Me, March of The Penguins, An Inconvenient Truth, and Fahrenheit 9/11 are among the most prominent examples.

  • My application was documenting the senior class. I interviewed seniors and asked them questions about senior year and how they felt about graduation. What is their post-secondary plan, and how does graduating make them feel. I took a lot of footage and with all the footage I made a documentary about our senior class.
  • For my class activity I would like groups of three or four and make a one little movie clip about your favorite moment about senior or one of your favorite memories. These clips will be inserted into my documentary, and will be played at the Post-Grad.




  • Sgp Powerpoint Stephanie Tasia Taylor

    1. 1. Documentaries Stephanie Tasia Taylor Ms. Rieger/ Pd. 4/5 Documentaries
    2. 2. Agenda My task for today is….  Educating the class about my topic.  Three documentarians  A small clip of my documentary  Class Activity
    3. 3. Thesis  Documentaries is a production that addresses the creative, ethical, problems and choices in today’s society.
    4. 4. What is it? Documentaries is a board category of visual expressions….
    5. 5. When Life Gives You Footage, You Make a Documentary
    6. 6. Positive Effect  What I got out of the topic….
    7. 7. Types of Shots  Shoot everything  Establishing shots  Close Ups Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    8. 8. Cont.  Medium Shots  Reactions  Cutaways Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    9. 9. Be Creative  Dividing your frame  Foreground Framing  Background Framing  Dramatic Angles  Perspective  Extreme Close-Ups Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    10. 10. Foreground Framing Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    11. 11. Background Framing Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    12. 12. Dramatic Angle Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    13. 13. Perspective Angle Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    14. 14. Extreme Close-Up Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    15. 15. The Best Things In Life Are Free  The sun  Location Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    16. 16. The Sun Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    17. 17. Location Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    18. 18. 3 Point Lighting  Three Point lighting is a very common lighting technique… Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    19. 19. Key Light  Key Light is the main light source. Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    20. 20. Fill Light  Fill light is less bright than the key light.  It’s used to illuminate the parts of the subject. Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    21. 21. Back Lighting  Back light is used to illuminate the edge of the subject from behind… Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    22. 22. Organized Editing  Labels Wells, Peter. A Beginnerʼs Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    23. 23. Finding An Audience
    24. 24. Grierson’s Principles
    25. 25. Documentary Practice A complex process of creating documentary projects. Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    26. 26. The Mission of Documentaries Showing the public problems Introducing the groups of the community to each other. Proposing new and more effective solutions. Introducing new events, and ideas. Dramatizing an experiment/experience. Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    27. 27. Types of Documentaries  New Documentaries  Travel Documentaries  Social Documentaries  Research Documentary Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    28. 28. Cont.  Scientific Documentaries  History Documentaries  Propagandist documentaries Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    29. 29. History Robert, Ed. “Documentary Film.” Encyclopedia of the Great Depression. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillian Reference USA, 2004. 240-241. Gale Cengage Learning. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://wf2dnvr11.webfeat.org:80/>.
    30. 30. 1920s-1940  Propagandist tradition  Triumph of the Will (1935)  The Plow That Broke the Plains (1936)  The River (1938) Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    31. 31. Triumph of the Will Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌ activelink2.asp?ItemID- WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ 0045&SingleRecord=True >
    32. 32. The Plow That Broke the Plain urns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    33. 33. The River urns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://www.fofweb.com/‌activelink2.asp?ItemID-WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>
    34. 34. Famous Documentarians Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Talk about the Magic of Cinema. Ed. Paul Norlen. 2005. New York: Harlem Moon, 2003. 277-367. Print.
    35. 35. Gordon Parks Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Talk about the Magic of Cinema. Ed. Paul Norlen. 2005. New York: Harlem Moon, 2003. 277-367. Print.
    36. 36. Errol Morris
    37. 37. Spike Lee Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Talk about the Magic of Cinema. Ed. Paul Norlen. 2005. New York: Harlem Moon, 2003. 277-367. Print.
    38. 38. Modernhave noted that this film genre Box office analysts Documentaries has become increasingly successful.
    39. 39. Memories We do not remember days; we remember moments. ~Cesare Pavese, The Burning Brand Memory is a way of holding onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you never want to lose.~From the television show The Wonder Year We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they're called memories. Some take us forward, they're called dreams.
    40. 40. My Application
    41. 41. Class Activity  One minute movie clip
    42. 42. Works Cited  Alexander, George. “Bearers of the Race: The Documentarians.” Why We Make Movies: Black Filmmakers Talk about the Magic of Cinema. Ed. Paul Norlen. 2005. New York: Harlem Moon, 2003. 277-367. Print.  Burns, Jennifer Bobrow. “Documentary Filmmaker.” Career Opportunities in Journalism. New York: New York: Ferguson, 2007. Facts On File, Inc.. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http:// www.fofweb.com/activelink2.asp?ItemID- WE34&SID=5&iPin=COJ0045&SingleRecord=True>  Gilbert, George. “Documentary Photograhing.” Career Opportunities in Photography (2006): n. pag. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http:// www.fofweb.com/.asp? ItemID=WE34&SID=5&iPin=COP0036&SingleRecord=True>.
    43. 43. Work Cited  Goodale, Gloria. “Documentaries: Suddenly Chic.” Christian Science Monitor 23 Oct. 1998: n. pag. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http:// seacrh.ebscohost.com/login.aspx? direct=true&db=f5h&AN=1200796&site=ehost-live>  Lanier, Troy, and Clay Nichols. “Editing.” Filmmaking for Teens: Pulling off Your Shorts. Illus. McNaughton & Gunn, Inc. Ed. Paul Norlen. 2005. California: Michael Wiese Productions, 2005. 133-150. Print.  Robert, Ed. “Documentary Film.” Encyclopedia of the Great Depression. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillian Reference USA, 2004. 240-241. Gale Cengage Learning. Web. 3 Dec. 2009. <http://
    44. 44. Work Cited  Wells,Peter. A Beginner’s Guide to Digotal Video. Illus. Bruce Aiken and John Dollar. 2004. Switzerland: AVA, 2004. 32-130. Print.
    45. 45. Conclusion  Documentaries gives you a glimpse of reality in a movie. It addresses creative topics that relate to the world today.

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