Doc U: Using Archival Footage in Your Film
Monday, July 16, 2012
Doors Open: 7:00pm
Discussion & Audience Q&A: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Wine Reception to Follow
611 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Incorporating archival footage into your doc can bring a level of authenticity unmatched by other means, furthering the film's impact and reach. With literally thousands of hours of footage from almost all of modern history's major events, the biggest hurdle in using archival footage, may just be in knowing where and how to start looking. Footage firms, archives, and libraries, all exist to help you with this process. From initial research to negotiating the final licensing fee, we'll discuss every aspect of using archival footage in your film.
On Monday, July 16, 2012, IDA invites you to join IDA Executive Director Michael Lumpkin for a discussion with industry experts including Clara Fon-Sing, Vice President & General Manager, NBC News Archives; Jackie Mountain, Vice President of Sales, T3Media; and Peter Jones (Director) and Brian Tessier (Supervising Producer), Johnny Carson: King of Late Night, for a discussion about the benefits and challenges in researching, procuring, and licensing archival footage for your film.
Doc U is the International Documentary Association's series of educational seminars and workshops for aspiring and experienced documentary filmmakers. Taught by artists and industry experts, participants receive vital training and insight on various topics including: fundraising, distribution, licensing, marketing, and business tactics.
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