Watching someone talk about interview technique is one thing, but having a microphone in hand and a camera at your side with all eyes on you as you prepare to ask questions is a whole other ball game. Pressure can be high, so in this lesson we go through and set some practical exercises to help build your skills, and most importantly your confidence.

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You have the best subject to interview, you have your head in the right place and your questions and thread sorted, but how do you behave? This lesson is all about rhythm, reading the signs, and knowing how to act in such a way that you get the very best from your subject. You’ll also learn why the second time can sometimes be better.

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The documentary film, in the literal sense, is a filmic document of something that happened. It is presented as non-fiction. Documentaries take a wide variety of styles and viewpoints, from cutting edge social documentaries, to dramatic historical documentaries, to perspective-shifting nature documentaries, and so on: the list is truly endless, and you can, of course, document anything.

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Chris Coyier is the designer, developer and cofounder of CodePen, the “playground for the front-end side of the web.” He also writes about all technology-related topics at CSS-Tricks and talks about technology on his podcast, ShopTalk.

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