How Documentaries Work

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$25.29
Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Publish Date
Pages
232
Dimensions
5.55 X 8.23 X 0.54 inches | 0.69 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780197554111
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About the Author
Jacob Bricca, ACE, is Associate Professor at the University of Arizona's School of Theatre, Film and Television. He is an award-winning documentary editor, producer, director, and scholar whose films have screened worldwide from Sundance to the Berlinale. His is the author of Documentary Editing: Principles and Practice (2018), a definitive textbook on documentary editing that is used by film schools around the world, including the USC School of Cinematic Arts, UCLA, and the MET Film School in London.
Reviews

"A masterful deconstruction of documentary techniques, with impressive original research. This book is recommended for everyone interested in how documentaries are made, especially students in film production and critical studies." -- Mark Freeman, Professor Emeritus, School of Theatre, Television, and Film, San Diego State University


"Jacob Brica's brilliant new book is a thoughtful and thorough exploration of the grammar of documentary. This is a must read --for filmmakers and viewers alike-- as Bricca deconstructs the tools and tricks of our trade. As someone who has been editing documentaries for years, I found that every word of this book rings true." -- Kate Amend, ACE