by Drew Taylor.
The 5th annual Doc NYC Film Festival wrapped up yesterday in lower Manhattan. Earlier in the week, Indiewire attended a day full of master classes designed to help documentary filmmakers, both active and aspiring, to get their projects wrapped up.
I attended four classes of these classes, each a little over an hour long and each detailing a different aspect of the documentary filmmaking process (which, after spending a single day in that world, sounds both emotionally grueling and physically exhausting). It was endlessly informative. And now, we pass that information along to you with these highlights from the day…
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