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Film's Soundtrack on Track May 2004

In this issue, we bring you everything you need to know about music before you embark on the musical landscape for your documentary.

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Features

  • Charlotte Zwerin: 1931-2004

    Charlotte Zwerin passed away in January of lung...
  • Keeping Your Film's Soundtrack on Track: Why You May Need a Music Supervisor

    Documentary filmmaking continues to enjoy a surge...
  • Don't Succumb to Scratch Track Fever! And Other Recommendations from Sundance's Panel on Music for Documentaries

    The panel "Music—The Forgotten Character in...
  • Politics on Parade in Park City: Sundance Films Focus on Subjects Who Bucked the US System

    In the spirit of the US presidential election...
  • Checking in at Sundance’s Filmmaker Lodge: Hybrid Forms, Documentarians’ Ethics and the Politics of Fear Discussed

    The Sundance Film Festival is an amazing, wild...
  • Far From the Madding Crowds: Ten Years On, Slamdance Still Screens Edgy Work – with No Wait Lists

    Park City, Utah, has a population of just over 7,...
  • When All Helsinki Breaks Loose: Finland's DocPoint Festival Proves a Cinematic Winter-Warmer

    Heading to Finland voluntarily in the middle of...
  • Lost in Translation? Don’t Get Disoriented Shooting in the Orient

    You've got a big shoot coming up in Asia, and...
  • The Battle of the Bands: Art vs Commerce: 'DIG!' and 'Metallica: Some Kind of Monster' Are about More Than the Music

    Popular music is the soundtrack of modern life...