Anyone can appear in a video. But that doesn’t mean that they should. Harsh but fair. Some people make great talent and others, not so much. And that’s so fine. Not everyone is made for the big screen or to be the face of your video. When you’re choosing whose going to appear in your video these are some things to think about…
Last week we launched the documentary, The Story of the Road at the iconic Lorne Theatre. The Story of the Road is a documentary about the construction of The Great Ocean Road, built by returned soldiers from WWI. We’ve been working on it for a year and as they say in reality TV world, the process has been quite the ‘journey’. The ups and downs have been on par with the Matterhorn roller coaster. At times it has felt more like a sprint than a marathon but we’re very proud of the story that we’ve been able to tell. Here are some of the lessons we learnt on this ‘journey’ they call documentary making.
Pre-production. What the heck is it? And why do I care? Pre-production is the most important stage in creating any video content. Clothesline talk you through the main steps involved with pre-production and get you on track for creating awesome video.
So you’ve got a brilliant idea for the next big TV show! You’ve told all of your mates and they think it’s a winning idea. But how do you bring this idea to life? Clothesline Content explains how to get the ball rolling and get your idea on the big screen.