When is a good time for the interview?

In a documentary production, do you interview first, and then decide what to film? Or do you plan the visuals first and wrap with the interview?

Here’s a question that can divide a room of filmmakers quicker than cameras. When you’re shooting a factual video around a subject, do you interview them first before deciding what to shoot for B-roll? Or do you shoot first, and then base your interview around what you have in the can?

See full article at CineD - Filming Interviews Before or After B-Roll?

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