Documentary filmmaker and photojournalist Ashlei Payne, owner of Tracing Thought, shares five tips for interviewing people in a foreign country. When making a documentary, it's important to understand the customs of the place in which you're filming, as well as to treat your subjects with respect.
0:00 - Introduction
0:27 - Tip 1
1:01 - Tip 2
1:50 - Tip 3
2:33 - Tip 4
3:29 - Tip 5
4:34 - More from Ashlei Payne
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