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Title: What makes a good documentary?

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Daisy Asquith is an acclaimed award winning documentary director, who has travelled the world with her camera getting inside the heads of some fascinating characters. Andy Glynne has produced and directed a number of docs for TV and is the founder of the Documentary Film makers Group, one of the largest resources for documentary makers in the UK. Daisy and Andy Glynne guide us through the processes and techniques of making a documentary. Daisy revisits Kimberley, the subject of one her earliest films to find out how being in the documentary changed her and Andy talks about the technical and business sides of docs.


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