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How to Make the Documentary Poster

Choose a Template

PhotoADKing offers a wide range of templates for documentary posters, including a wide selection of styles, designs, and themes to choose from. Pick a template that best fits the theme and tone of your documentary.

Add Your Content

Customize the template by adding your text, images, and graphics to the design. Ensure that your content is clear, concise, and attention-grabbing. Use high-quality images that accurately represent the subject of your documentary.

Edit and Customize

With PhotoADKing, you have complete control over the design of your poster. Use the editing tools to adjust the size, position, and color of elements. Play around with different font styles and sizes until you find the perfect look.

Download and Share

Once you are satisfied with the design, download your poster in the format of your choice, such as PNG, JPG, or PDF. Share your poster on social media platforms, your website, or print it for display at film festivals or events.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Documentary filmmakers

Film production companies

Film festivals

Film schools

Film historians and enthusiasts

Documentary photographers

Non-profit organizations

Museums and cultural institutions

Documentary posters are used to promote and market a documentary film. They serve as a visual representation of the film and are designed to attract the attention of potential viewers and create buzz.

18 x 24

24 x 36

27 x 40

11 x 17

The most popular pixel size is 650x800 since it is easy to print.

Documentary title

Director and/or producer

Film synopsis: A brief synopsis of the documentary’s subject matter should be included to provide context and give potential viewers an idea of what the film is about.

Release date

Film stills

Social media handles

Contact information

Film festivals

Movie theaters

Public spaces


Film schools

Special events: Display posters at special events related to the film’s subject matter, such as book signings, panel discussions, and film screenings.

Film museums: Display posters in film museums and cultural institutions to reach film historians and enthusiasts.

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