Ep. 39 How to make your documentary - introduction
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Hello listeners! This week I'm sharing an overview of the 'How to develop your documentary or narrative film series' – why I made it, how it will help you and your filmmaking and what topics I'll be covering over the next several weeks (and months!). 

I recognise that learning how to craft films is a challenging process.  When I was just starting out it was really hard to find information and learn about filmmaking without formal study or without being under the wing of a mentor.  Avoiding the pitfalls, being pigeon holed, running out of funding or simply not understanding the business side of the Industry has meant that over the years I've seen many people, with a lot of talent, give up or simply move onto more stable work. 

My hope is to see the industry thrive in Australia and beyond and I recognise that to do that, I have to be more open with skills sharing.

So I've decided to share more of what I've learned through many years of filmmaking through the Moonshine Moonshot series and with online courses at the Moonshine Communications Academy.

So just like your high school teacher or uni lecturer would provide you with a syllabus at the start of each term or semester, I'm sharing everything that's coming up in the 'How to develop your documentary or narrative film series'.

Listen now!
 
Want to learn more from me?   Head to www.MoonshineCommunicationsAcademy.com to find more great content and resources including my free ebook that will help you craft a compelling video story

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