Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker specializing in feature film, factual news and documentary. Desktop Documentaries is now a proud sponsoring partner.
The 2018 Going Rates Handbook (GRH) is a fully updated, comprehensive budgeting resource guide that covers all the expenses involved in a documentary production: everything from documentary crew rates to insurance to closed captioning to attorney fees. Offered exclusively on Desktop Documentaries...
"I'm excited where this film will take me as a filmmaker, and what will unfold as a story. This course is really helping me explore important elements in my film and stepping back and being practical in my approach, so that it's not merely this abstract artistic attempt." - Daniel Reyes/Documentary Filmmaker
Have you been working hard on your latest documentary? Would you like to see your story profiled here on Desktop Documentaries? Just share a few details and we'll take care of the rest!
"This Documentary Crash Course is the Bomb-Diggidy! I like to think of it as the Documentary Film Course For Dummies. You can literally sign up on day-1, and get everything you need in one learning center to go out into the field and produce your own documentary. Whether your doc will be good or not is completely up to YOU LOL."
~Tommy Red Phipps. Film/Video/Documentary Producer - Los Angeles, CA.
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New Release: Documentary Legal Forms and Contracts for Post-Production by Entertainment Attorney Gordon Firemark.
Packet Includes: Voice Talent Agreement; Music Master Use License; Music Synchronization License; Music Composer Agreement - (work for hire); Music Composer Agreement - (License style); 3rd Party Content License for Clips, Artwork, Products, Brands, etc.
"I absolutely love the budgeting package!!!! Sometimes we do not realize we need something until it drops in our lap. Such a time-saver!" -Anita Sugimura/Documentary Filmmaker
Are you struggling through mounds of footage and interviews trying to find your story? Today, a new podcast is out interviewing Oscar-Nominated documentary filmmaker (and Desktop Documentaries instructor) Daniel Raim about his filmmaking workflow and process for structuring his documentaries.
"While I have acquired basic filmmaking knowledge through my IB film course, this course has provided an excellent and comprehensive guide to walk me through on the subject step be step in a professional but concise manner. I am now able to move forward the project with my team and I believe we are ready. Thanks to the course organizer for the enlightenments. " ~Daniel Chan
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The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is pleased to announce the 2018 JDC Archives Documentary Film Grant. The JDC Archives will select
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This week the tables are turned and Desktop Documentaries Founder and Publisher Faith Fuller interviews The Documentary Life Podcast Host Chris Parkhurst.
In this episode, we delve into Parkhurst’s film/tv background, how travel affected his decision to get into film production, the importance of doing the dirty work and selling yourself as an independent filmmaker, why and how he decided to do a podcast, as well as a glimpse into some of the future plans for TDL and the podcast.