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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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Several dedicated workshops, discussions panels and documentary screenings will be held to encourage and support aspiring filmmakers to create strong documentaries that can beneficially impact the society.
We are currently working on documentaries on the situation of Catholic education in Newfoundland, told through the eyes of the remarkable Jesuit College of St.
While Belle is the guiding light of these films, she is quick to emphasize the talent and dedication of her colleagues, including Deborah Dickson, who has worked closely with Belle on all three dance documentaries and who edited and shares the director's credit for Suzanne Farrell: Elusive Muse; Catherine Tambini, coproducer of Muse; cinematographer Don Lenzer; and sound engineer Peter Miller.
In understanding how network culture has changed, it's important not to romanticize the "golden era' of documentaries.
By nature, documentaries cover the entire range of human experience.
He said that IDPA in partnership with Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF) is providing a good platform for promotion of documentaries.
After meeting with several filmmakers, the Chicks decided to go with Kopple, who won Oscars for the documentaries ``Harlan County U.
The other reason is that documentaries that focus on people are more interesting than those that rely on events, something Raymont is only just beginning to realize.
DocuDay features screenings of the Oscar-nominated documentaries followed by discussions with the filmmakers.
Seeing so many documentaries of the world's horrors ultimately has a diminished impact, like watching too much CNN.
And David Horowitz, who has moved across the entire political spectrum since his days as an editor of Ramparts in the 1960s and who now lodges with the ultra-conservative Committee for Media Integrity, accuses PBS of running fifty or a hundred times as many documentaries from the Left as from the Right.