|Author:||Diane Christian,Bruce Jackson|
|Title:||Get The Money and Shoot: The DRI Guide to Funding Documentary Films (Revised Edition)|
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|Publisher:||Documentary Research; Revised edition (1987)|
Center Working Papers. Bruce Jackson and Diane Christian. By the early 1990s, the technology had changed (fewer and fewer documentarians were working in film) and so had the funding opportunities (fewer and fewer government agencies were willing to fund independent artists of any kind). Jackson and Christian stopped making documentary films and the book went out of print.
Get the Money and Shoot: The DRI Guide to Funding Documentary Films. This volume, aimed at filmmakers, covers how to find out about money, getting a sponsor, and preparing your budget and proposal. How to Get Grants to Make Films and Video: A Guide to Media Grants. Santa Barbara, Calif.
Bruce Jackson, American cultural studies educator, writer, photographer. In this stark and powerful book, Bruce Jackson and Diane Christian explore life on Death Row in Texas and in other states, as well as the convoluted and arbitrary judicial processes that populate all Death Rows.
Get the Money and Shoot: The DRI Guide to Funding Documentary Films by. Bruce Jackson, Diane Christian.
Get the Money and Shoot: Dri Guide to Funding Documentary Films. Diane Christian, Bruce Jackson. In This Timeless Time: Living and Dying on Death Row in America. In the Life: Versions of the Criminal Experience. The Money Diet - revised and updated: The ultimate guide to shedding pounds off your bills and saving money on everything! Martin Lewis.
His photographs mainly focus on prison life. A photo collection from the Cummins Unit in Arkansas was exhibited at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University . Your Father's Not Coming Home Any More (e. Richard Marek/ Putnam's, 1981).
Bruce Jackson’s most popular book is The Story is True: The Art and Meaning of Telling Stories. Get the Money and Shoot: The DRI Guide to Funding Documentary Films by.
Bruce Jackson is an American folklorist, documentary filmmaker, writer, photographer. He is SUNY Distinguished Professor and the James Agee Professor of American Culture at the University at Buffalo. He has also directed and produced five documentary films. Doing Drugs (with Michael Jackson, St. Martin's, 1983). Rainbow Freeware (New South Moulton Press, 1986). Fieldwork (University of Illinois Press, 1987).
Books by Jackson, Bruce, Folklore & society, Get the money and shoot, Pictures from a drawer, Fieldwork, Killing time, The story is true, The centennial index, Wake up dead man: Afro-American worksongs from Texas prisons. Get the money and shoot: the DRI guide to funding documentary films. Pictures from a drawer: early 20th century portraits from a Southern prison. Killing time: life in the Arkansas penitentiary. The centennial index: one hundred years of the Journal of American.