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Chapter 9. Project 5: Making Family Memo... > Getting Ready to Shoot an Oral Histo...

Getting Ready to Shoot an Oral History Movie

An oral history is someone talking about their life. It involves recording someone’s memories to create a living history of a person’s unique experiences. An oral history can be about a particular event, a time, or an entire lifespan. It can be an interview with grandparents or older relatives. Most essentially, an oral history is the best way to record and preserve family history.

An oral history movie begins with the right preparation, including both the technical and creative aspects of your shoot:


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