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postheadericon How to Create a Good Documentary Film

How to Create a Good Documentary Film

Six Parts:Documentary Film HelpWriting and Developing an IdeaStaff, Techniques and SchedulingShooting a DocumentaryAssembling and Sharing Your FilmTesting, Marketing and ScreeningCommunity Q&A A documentary is any non-fiction video or film that informs viewers about a real-life topic, person, event, or issue. Some documentary films provide us with educational information about things that aren’t well-known. Others tell detailed stories about important people and/or events. Still others try to persuade the audience to agree with a certain viewpoint. Whatever subject you choose, filming a documentary can be a serious undertaking. Follow this tutorial…

postheadericon How to Create a Film Narrative

How to Create a Film Narrative

Almost every feature film to hit theaters is a narrative. This basically means that it is fiction, and not a documentary, or based on a true story. You can jump into the cinematic world with just a few simple steps 1 Write a summary of your film. This is more important than you may think, as it is a detailed list of things that happen in each scene. A paragraph per scene is probably good. This will help with writing the screenplay, as you will know exactly what happens. 2…

postheadericon How to Create a Dead Old Lady Costume

How to Create a Dead Old Lady Costume

Two Methods:Old Lady CostumeOld Lady Zombie CostumeCommunity Q&A Dressing up as an old woman or man is an easy costume to make for a party or Halloween. Most of the costume can be made with clothing from your family’s closets and/or accessories from a thrift store. If you want to create a more macabre costume, you can create a zombie look with some makeup. This costume is versatile and can be saved for future parties. Find out how to create a dead old lady costume. Method 1 Old Lady Costume…

postheadericon How to Create a Disney Parks Surprise Scavenger Hunt

How to Create a Disney Parks Surprise Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger hunts when you were a kid was always a fun thing to do. But when it comes to doing them in preparation for psyching your kids up for a Disney World/Disney Park trip, it could be the ultimate in a guide to surprising that child. If you’re wondering how to create that special scavenger hunt for your children, this article could answer those questions you may be having right now. 1 Get out several sheets of paper and a colorful writing utensil. You’ll need to create several clues to…

postheadericon How to Create a D Day Reenactment Paratrooper Uniform

How to Create  a D Day Reenactment Paratrooper Uniform

The Allied forces invaded France on June 6, 1944, 13,000 paratroopers dropped from C-47 aircraft to join the battle. Here is an article to help you recreate an Army Paratrooper’s uniform and gear from that battle. 1 Look at websites and history books detailing the invasion. Many photographs can be found at Google Images, and realistic gear and clothing were worn in film recreations after the war. 2 Make a list of the gear a paratrooper would normally have had when he jumped out of the C-47 aircraft into the…

postheadericon How to Create a Classic Kane Costume

How to Create a Classic Kane Costume

Create a costume like the classic WWE Kane used to wear. 1 Grow out your hair, or wear a wig. Don’t worry about the quality, because the mask will cover it. 2 Get the mask. You can either make the mask out of a generic mask that covers your entire face and black and red paint (faster, but less professional looking), papier-mache (will yield better results, but it’s time consuming), or just simply buy an authentic Kane mask (best looking, but expensive). In order to keep the mask on your…

postheadericon How to Create a Clean Version of a Song

How to Create a Clean Version of a Song

Enough is enough! It was a great song until they had to go drop the F-bomb, in the original” sense of the word, no less! If you have a song you love, but either don’t appreciate the profanity yourself or want to keep your kids from being exposed to more of it than they need, we’ll show you how to create the “clean” version, right on your computer. 1 Obtain music editing software. Audacity is a free, open source software program available for download off their website. Follow the download…

postheadericon How to Create a Commercial Storyboard

How to Create a Commercial Storyboard

Three Methods:Create a Commercial Storyboard Using a Basic Template.Create a Commercial Storyboard Using the Paper Method.Create a Commercial Storyboard Using Digital Methods.Community Q&A A storyboard is a visual aid primarily used to plan out or prepare a television commercial, short-film, or movie. Storyboards are useful in organizing sequences and steps and contain the flow of several processes that include visual elements, text or dialogue elements, audio, and actions of characters. Creating a storyboard can also help you plan for special effects, testing complicated ideas on paper first versus at the…

postheadericon How to Create a Captain Jack Sparrow Pirate Costume

How to Create a Captain Jack Sparrow Pirate Costume

Captain Jack (played by Johnny Depp) is a fella who knows how to turn some of his booty into very stylish accessories. From the beads in his hair to the slouch of his boots, one might say the pirate’s in the details! 1 Find a shirt made of a light, gauzy fabric in white with a loose fit. 2 See if you have any jeans or cotton twill pants in beige, brown, or deep wine in your closet. 3 Buy a long sleeveless vest in wine or deep blue. 4…

postheadericon How to Create a Catwoman Costume

How to Create a Catwoman Costume

Four Parts:Making Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman CostumeMaking Halle Berry’s Catwoman CostumeMaking Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman CostumeAchieving Catwoman Make-UpCommunity Q&A Catwoman is a great costume choice – she’s strong, she’s sexy and her outfit is instantly recognizable, despite the many interpretations the catsuit has gone through over the years. Probably the most popular catsuit to date is the feline creation made famous by Michelle Pfeiffer in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, though Halle Berry’s sexy Catwoman ensemble and Anne Hathaway’s sleek The Dark Knight Rises interpretation are close seconds. Instructions on how to create…