How to Photograph and Film Protests

Released Tuesday, 28th July 2020
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Photography and documentary filmmaking have always been extremely important when it comes to telling stories of major events and social shifts, and can even be the catalyst for entire movements. But Photographers need to be mindful and prepared in a number of ways. We’re joined by 5 visual storytellers from around the US to speak on what the photographer's role is.

IFG is created by Framework Productions. This episode was directed by James Allerdyce, produced by Matt Mundy, edited by Audrey Rae McHale, and hosted by Steven Pierce. The music is by Glass Boy. Find his music on freemusicarchive.org.

Visit www.IndependentFilmmakersGuide.com for the full interview as well as BTS images, stills from the films, and more.

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Episode Details

Length
1h 13m 17s
Explicit
Yes
Season
1
Episode
4
Episode Type
Full

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