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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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In chapter 10, titled "Making (with) the Korsakow System: Database Documentaries as Articulation and Assemblage," Matt Soar provides an insider's examination of Korsakow, which he both codeveloped and uses for his own projects.
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In the past two years, I have been working with broadcasters less and have increasingly been making shorter documentaries for non-profit organisations--and I've enjoyed the experience.
Documentaries on these areas need to be shown throughout Pakistan to raise awareness and provide the impetus for people to voice their opinions.
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.
This phenomenon stems from how documentaries are viewed as objective sources of history, how teachers use documentaries, and the overwhelming amount of media and reality program viewing.
00 to help us continue our efforts in evangelization, especially through programs and documentaries on the Saints, the Sacraments and Vocations.
These documentaries are the cries of those who cannot stand the official silence about the costs of empire, consumerism, creeping jingoism, and environmental destruction.
In 1989 he produced a series of documentaries, Origins--the Southern Evidence which firmly established the view that humankind evolved in Africa.
Producer Sandy Tolan reminds us of the power of first-person radio narratives as he retraces his experience in making the award-winning documentary, "The Lemon Tree," and Johanna Zorn at Chicago Public Radio alerts us to an October festival where radio documentaries will be featured.
Anne Belle, a well-respected maker of dance documentaries, remembers this childhood moment keenly.