This episode is all about pre interviews – Mike and Sue break down what they are, how to conduct one and why they think they’re so helpful for developing your documentary film.
A pre-interview is an essential step towards crafting a well-told, engaging film story. And it’s exactly what it sounds like, it’s an interview you do with someone before you ‘officially’ interview them. They’re beneficial because it allows you to familiarise yourself with the interviewee’s story – and it also helps them become more comfortable with you (and your crew if you invite them along). Which will will make for a far better interview when it’s time to roll camera for your actual film.
In part 6 of the 'How to make a documentary' series, you'll learn how to conduct an amazing pre-interview.
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