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The Documentary Life

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Description

Have a passion for making documentary films? Want to learn how to best lead a documentary life? Join award-winning commercial and documentary filmmaker, Chris G. Parkhurst, and special industry guests as they candidly share their filmmaking stories, insights, and experiences, for all to learn how to best lead and live their own documentary dream lives.

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Filmmakers & Creatives Alike

While geared toward filmmakers looking to navigate the unchartered waters of making a living creating documentaries, the content and subject matter is universal to any artist looking to tell stories. Anyone who has ever engaged in the documentary making process, knows there are a number of challenges and obstacles to overcome ranging from financing to assembling a crew. The Documentary Life addresses these challenges and offers suggestions and insightful information to better equip anyone looking to engage in the documentary making process. The content is clear, concise, and extremely informative.

Filmmaker

I fancy myself a doc filmmaker and am really happy to know this community of people like myself are out there, sharing stories and ideas. Great guest, insightful host and many lessons learned. Keep it up Parky.

Great Interviews

The Documentary Life does a great job of mixing interesting interviews with applicable information. Parkhurst finds a nice balance of sharing his own experiences while talking to working filmmakers about theirs. These are not sprawling conversations that just happen to have been recorded, you can tell there is as much thought put into the post-production as the original interviews.

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