FILMING FOR EVIDENCE, CONTINUED

Testimony: Filming Preliminary Interviews 	
•	 Part I: Preliminary Field Interviews v. Comprehensive Interviews	
•	 Part II: Choose Your Recording Method	
•	 Part III: Principles and Practical Tips for Filming Preliminary Interviews	
•	 Part IV: Conducting Preliminary Interviews: Before, During and After	
•	 Part V: More About Informed Consent	
Tech Tools for Transferring Files 	

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SHARING AND USING EYEWITNESS VIDEO IN REPORTING AND ADVOCACY 	172
Verification of Eyewitness Video 	
Ethical Guidelines: Using Eyewitness Videos in Human Rights Reporting & Advocacy 	
•	 Part I: Responsibility to Individuals Filmed 	
•	 Field Note: Witnesses Film Homophobic Attack	
•	 Part II: Responsibility to Video Creators 	
•	 Field Note: Two Different Descriptions of a Video and Lack of Credit Leave Viewers Confused	
•	 Part II: Responsibility to the Audience	
•	 Field Note: A Montage of Clips Out of Context Reduces Footage to “Violence Wallpaper”	

MINI GUIDES TO TAKE TO THE FIELD	

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•	Basic Practices 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 	
•	Collection Planning 	
•	Filming Secure Scenes 	
•	Adding Essential Information 	
•	Proving Responsibility: Filming Linkage and Notice Evidence
•	Testimony: Filming Preliminary Interviews 1, 2, 3, 4, 5	
•	Ethical Guidelines Checklist	

VIDEO AS EVIDENCE: TABLE OF CONTENTS V 1.0

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