Fines' Background (03:15)
Rick Davis introduces Holly and Paul Fine and cites their achievements. The Fines describe their path from psychology and business majors in college, to filmmaking.
Early Work (02:34)
Paul discusses the connection between still photography and motion photography. Holly describes the first work she and Paul did together; they began dating at that time.
Career Influences (03:17)
The Fines identify the most influential people they worked with in their careers. Paul describes working with Mike Wallace.
Balancing Work and Home (02:42)
The Fines discuss how they manage their personal and professional relationships.
Conflict Resolution (01:51)
The main film disagreements between Holly and Paul may occur at the start of a project, but they are generally in sync. Holly says that an editor can teach a cameraman how to shoot.
Recreation Documentary (04:11)
The Fines worked on "The Saving of the President" in 1982. They discuss filming this type of documentary, the controversy surrounding the film, and present day recreations.
Family Legacy (02:19)
The Fines reflect on their son's path to documentary filmmaking and the way he and his wife treat those with whom they work.
Respecting Subjects (02:08)
The Fines discuss how they approach the people that the documentary is about; trust is very important. Paul considers himself "a guest in their house."
Award Winning Filmmakers (02:04)
Holly identifies two awards that are the most meaningful. Paul received a firefighter's helmet from Engine Company 16 after filming "We're No Heroes." The couple considers what they would be if they were not filmmakers.
Fun Documentaries (01:28)
The Fines identify the films they found the most fun to work on.
Credits: Documentary Filmmaker: Film & TV Holly & Paul Fine—How to Make It In Film (00:57)
Credits: Documentary Filmmaker: Film & TV Holly & Paul Fine—How to Make It In Film
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