Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Narration

Narration is a contentious issue sometimes. Some filmmakers are anti-narration, the idea being that you leave your subject to answer the questions and lead the audience through. And, in some cases, this is a perfectly reasonable thing to do – … Continue reading

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The Opening

We’re six weeks into the edit and all is well! The pieces are coming together and it feels like we’re asking the right questions but the proof will be in the pudding on Friday when we dare to unveil the … Continue reading

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I never thought I’d be interested

Well, truth be told, I would have thought I would be the last person to make a documentary about a human-powered ornithopter. Not because I’m not interested in the world or even science…I am…but it’s not where I generally first … Continue reading

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We’re Editing!

It’s so exciting and, at the same time, a little nerve-wracking. Robert Swartz is editing this film and so far it’s pretty great. We’re working at a faster pace than I thought we would, at least it seems that way … Continue reading

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