This course provides a practical insight into the use of archive in television and film production, with an overview of the major sources, costs, fair dealing, creative thinking with archive and recommendations of landmark archive productions.
This course is suitable for everyone keen to learn about production or already working in it, particularly researchers, directors and producers.
Previous course participants have said:
'The most important aspect for me was the legal and insurance aspect, as I have never had that experience before. It was great to have access to some great documentaries as well!'
The course covers:
- What to think about when using archive
- Why use archive?
- Types of archive
- Historical storytelling
- Personal stories
- Changes in approach
- Major sources
- The curse of YouTube
- Bargain archive
- Free archive
- Fair dealing
- E&O insurance
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