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Ashley Kennedy – Introduction to Documentary Video Storytelling
Introduction to Documentary Video Storytelling This article breaks down the narrative elements in documentary film. Staff author Ashley Kennedy She discusses grammar and story structure in nonfiction filmmaking. Also, she discusses how technology and history influence how documentarians shoot and edit projects today. She examines the many different styles and modes of documentary filmmaking—from expository to Observational to participatory—and more. She references several dozen clips from well along the way.-Award-winning and well-known-The award-winning documentaries of the past 120 years of cinema have been won.
Ashley Kennedy LinkedIn Learning Senior Staff Author. She creates video posts.-Production courses
Ashley Kennedy She was formerly an instructor at Avid College Chicago and Columbia College Chicago. She also teaches storytelling and video editing. Additionally, she teaches video editing. to She has hundreds of hours of face-to-face experience, including creating online courses.-to-Facilitating online and hybrid classes, as well face classes. Two textbooks she wrote on video editing were widely used by film students around the globe.
Prior to After joining the lynda.com Team, she taught in the Post-Columbia College Chicago’s production track has been in existence for five-years. She was previously the principal instructor and certifications manager at Avid. There she developed and managed Avid Certified Instructor programs worldwide and taught the Avid Certified Curriculum.
Ashley He holds a BSc in broadcast journalism and a MFA in film from Boston University. She lives in Chicago with her husband, and their two children.
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- Duration 10 weeks
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- Language English
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