Here you will find useful (I hope) information on interview skills plus film and television production.
Fine Cut Films started life as a production resource – information about making films. The Arthur Andersen fiasco changed that; there’s now so much interest in media handling techniques, that most of the site is now devoted to this specialist business.
There’s still quite a lot of information on film production, though – including how to interview people!
Some of the sections are rather long; I’d finish a page, then think, ‘Oh, I’d better put in a short paragraph on (whatever), ah, and so on, and so forth. Just dip in here and there.
Please note that I’m updating the page construction system; some (many?) pages will look ‘strange’ for a while!
A few hints and tips in case you find yourself doorstepped one morning! Not really sure what ‘doorstepping’ is all about? Click the picture to find out more about this and other styles of interview.
Before and after a course – two real interviews. They’re performed by an actor here, but the first is a straight transcript of an interview, and the second by the same person after one of our courses.
From the idea to the finished DVD. And all stages in between. After a course with Fine Cut Films you’ll find all sorts of ways to use your new skills. Add a flash demonstration to your web site, or astonish them next year at Sundance.