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documentary

adjective accredited, accurate, actual, attested, authentic, authoritative, certified, chronicled, correct, described, documental, documented, evidential, founded on fact, genuine, in writing, not fictitious, on record, real, recorded, reported, true, valid, veracious, written
Associated concepts: defense based upon documentary eviience, documentary evidence, documentary stamp
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About Documentary Channel [R]:Documentary Channel (DOC) is the USA's first 24-hour television network exclusively devoted to documentary films and the independent documentary filmmaker, providing viewers with round-the-clock opportunities to see fascinating, eclectic and award-winning documentary films of all lengths and genres.
The workshops on each day will cover specific aspects of documentary making -- from screenwriting to editing, sound design, cinematography, direction and production.
I recommend to your attention the excellent film we made on Opus Dei: Decoding God's Work We were also asked by the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops to prepare a documentary on the social and economic challenges facing the poor in our midst.
At the start of production, Sharpe (best known tier her 2001 anti-corporate media documentary Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture), knew she would use Monk's book and her own insights only as "organizational principles.
It was only when I took a job on a documentary film, purely for the meager wage it offered, that I awakened to the possibilities of this work.
All documentary evidence submitted to G, whether paper or electronic, would be sufficient to support an expenditure.
Harris's film, through the use of documentary, fantasy, and archival footage, theorizes as queer the contradictions and connections that the combinations of black and family and sexuality create in the United States.
Maginnis has conducted an exhaustive examination of the exceptionally extensive surviving documentary records on Sienese artists, and he presents here both the contents of the archives and insights derived from them.
They have just seen the film, When Abortion Was Illegal, Dorothy Fadiman's moving, first-person documentary.
A working cut of The Panama Deception was shown by Trent at the 1992 annual conference of the AHA in Portland, Oregon, and on March 29, 1993, The Panama Deception received the Academy Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
It's perfectly obvious that the hour-long documentary form is close to death at the commercial networks.