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Introduction: What is a 30 for 30 documentary? How does it work and how does it differ from regular documentaries?

A 30 for 30 documentary is a spin-off from ESPN’s original 30 for 30 series. They are documentaries created by a different director and over the span of 10 days, focusing on one sport or event in particular. They are typically well-made and included in ESPN’s streaming services like ESPN+, WatchESPN, etc. The first few that have come out were focused on the Olympics: “Olympic Pride: The American Dream Lives On” and “Olympic Glory Days”. Since then, they have put out a few other great ones that really depict the power of documentaries: “The Boys of ’36”: about the 1936 Olympics that took place in Germany and “Life on the Run”.
In this article, we will first introduce the documentary for what it is and how it differs from other ESPN documentaries. Then, we will compare and contrast their characteristics to the 30 for 30 format. We will also give examples of each at the bottom of this section. Finally, we will rank them in order so that they are in no particular order.
==What is a 30 for 30 documentary?==

30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer
30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer

What is the difference between a religious and non-religious documentary?

In a religious documentary, the viewer is meant to learn or be reminded of something very important. A non-religious documentary is meant to expose the truth about a certain subject. Often times, when a religious organization is involved in an industry, they want to keep that part of their lives private. Documentaries are an easy way to expose them for what they really are and to make sure the public knows that it’s not okay. The Vatican believes that if you are Catholic, it is your duty to spread the word, and if you are not Catholic, then it is your duty to accept Catholicism. But, the Vatican’s stance on religious documentaries is completely different.
“The Family Missionary Rule” states “A religious documentary may be screened only in places of worship or in private homes. No religious documentary may be screened in theaters, on television, or in any other public arena.” A religious documentary is not allowed to be shown in theaters or televisions because the Vatican believes that a movie theater or television station is meant for entertainment purposes only.

30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer
30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer

What are the advantages of documentaries in general?

Documentaries allow viewers to have the ability to look up information that they may have forgotten or be able to learn a totally new thing. They provide the ability for viewers to learn a lot of lessons and be able to see what’s really happening in the world. They make real people relatable and allow viewers to feel something as opposed to just hearing about it. Documentaries give power to the people by allowing them to be able to make decisions on their own instead of being told what to do based off of what they saw in a documentary.
Documentaries allow viewers to have the ability to look up information that they may have forgotten or be able to learn a totally new thing. They provide the ability for viewers to learn a lot of lessons and be able to see what’s really happening in the world. They make real people relatable and allow viewers to feel something as opposed to just hearing about it. Documentaries give power to the people by allowing them to be able to make decisions on their own instead of being told what to do based off of what they saw in a documentary.

30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer
30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer

How to Make Your Film About Something You Don’t Care About Apart from Being Good at Selling It or Making Money From It

Choose something you don’t care about that’s easy to make a documentary about. The more emotionally involved you are with the subject matter, the harder it will be for you to make a good documentary. When making a non-religious documentary, choose something that has already happened and is hard to change or fix. When making a religious documentary, choose something that is fast to fix and follow something that’s before your time. This way you will not have to learn about the history of it or spend much time investing in it at all. If you choose something that doesn’t affect you personally or are emotionally involved with it, it will be easier for you to make a better documentary. Having an emotional connection with the subject matter might cause you to want to make a statement about it, and you don’t want to do that. Or it might make you feel like you have to balance out the facts with your personal opinion, but don’t do that. Choose something that causes no one any harm and is going nowhere because nothing can be done about it anyway, so the documentary will not offend anyone. When making a non-religious documentary, don’t try to fix or change anything because you can’t. When making a religious documentary, don’t try to change anything because it’s already a fixed state.

30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer
30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer

How Much Does Making a 3D Film Cost? How Much Does it Pay Off?

Making a 3D film costs a lot of money because the technology is new. To make one, you need to purchase expensive equipment and hire people who know how to use it. It also takes a lot more time because the equipment is hard to manage and you must have people who take the time to learn how to use it. It also makes editing take much longer because instead of just piecing together the different shots together to make one shot, you must put them in 3d and make sure the 3d transitions smoothly between the two. If you are making a religious documentary, it will be hard to contact many people for interviews because they won’t want to be involved in something that’s against their beliefs. Making a non-religious film is not as hard because people are more willing to talk about things that don’t affect them so much. Making a 3d film will cost a lot of money and it doesn’t always pay off. A lot of people don’t like watching films in 3d because some people feel nauseous because there are two images moving at different speeds. If you want to make it as cheap as possible, buy the cheapest camera you can find, write as much you can yourself instead of hiring someone else to do it for you.
“Making a 3D Film Costs a Lot Because the Technology is New. To Make One, You Need to Purchase Expensive Equipment and Hire People Who Know How to Use It.”

30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer
30 for 30 catholic vs convicts trailer