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Part 5: How to Film Protests – Conducting Interviews

This video is the fifth part of a five-part How to Film Protests series. The series is geared towards those who use mobile phones or cameras to document human rights violations, testimonies, or other issues to create change.

Part 5 provides tips on conducting interviews, such as preparing effective questions, capturing good audio and framing your shot. See our tip sheet on Conducting Interviews for more information.

Watch the series on YouTube with subtitles in Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish and Russian. Also available with a dubbed in Khmer from LICADHO Canada.

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