Week 3: Structure and Interviews

Week 3: Structure and Interviews

Structure is everything in a documentary. In this week’s meeting, the production team learned the importance of documentary structure and how to conduct an interview. Like with any story, documentaries have a simple structure. There is a beginning, a middle, and an...
Week 2: Research and Contacts

Week 2: Research and Contacts

The backbone of every documentary is the quality of its research, as every aspect of the subject must be professionals without prior research into their fields. This also means that we can hold high-level conversations and understand what is being said to us, leading...
Bee Aware: Meet the Colony

Bee Aware: Meet the Colony

Our colony is a BUZZ with excitement because today was the first official, face to face meeting with the entire crew! So, the focus for this documentary will be about Urban Beekeeping and raising awareness around the critical role this little creature has in our...
The Past 2 Weeks…

The Past 2 Weeks…

The PaceDocs team, unfortunately, could not meet at their regular schedule during the past two weeks. On February 5, 2019, the university was closed to honor the celebration of the Lunar New Year. Therefore, we met in various groups and began our research on a wide...
Do you feel safe where you live?

Do you feel safe where you live?

This is the question we are going to be asking as we prepare to make a documentary on residents of Hawaii. What is it like to live amongst an active volcano? Let’s find out. If you have been following the coverage of the active volcano situation in Hawaii you have...
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