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Docs That Make Music May 2003

In this issue, we look at two of the most vital elements when it comes to music for docs: choosing and working with a composer, and clearances and rights.

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Features

  • Only the Strong Survive While Standing in the Shadows of a Music Documentary

    Two Filmmaking Teams Discuss Their Salutes to the...
  • Hero of Doc 'N' Roll: An Interview with Rockumentarian Malcolm Leo

    Like many documentarians, Malcolm Leo got his...
  • All Clear? A Basic Primer on Music Clearance

    Just looking at this year's Oscar nominees for...
  • You Shoot, They Score! A Film Composer's Tips for Finding the Right Musical Accompaniment

    Filmmakers have often told me that they find the...
  • Remembering the POWs of 'Berga': Guggenheim's Final Film Celebrates His Army Unit

    Berga: Soldiers of Another War is an elegy in two...
  • Documenting The Hittites: Turkish-American Collaboration Makes Film, Not War

    Two and a half years ago, as I was working on an...
  • London Calling!: Nonfiction Opportunities Knock in the UK

    While documentary and television aren't the same...
  • Market Downturn: Even in Decline, NATPE Proves a Valuable Learning Experience

    As I prepared to attend the 2003 National...
  • 'Discovery Docs' to Receive Theatrical and Cable Distribution Through New Joint Venture

    CameraPlanet, the New York City-based producer...