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Documentary Making for Digital Humanists

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Documentary Making for Digital Humanists
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Publisher: Open Book Publishers
ISBN-13: 9781800641969
Number of pages: 298

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Documentary Making for Digital Humanists sets out the fundamentals of filmmaking, explores academic discourse on digital documentaries and online distribution, and considers the place of this discourse in the evolving academic landscape. The book walks its readers through the intellectual and practical processes of creating digital media and documentary projects.

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