• Reality Through Trier's Camera
    London Contemporary School Reality Through Trier's Camera (BA1 - Cultural Studies) António Branco 24/05/2012 Reality Through Trier's Camera A narrative is a work that describes a succession of real or fictional actions. In one simple word, it's a story. Nowadays narrative is considere...
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  • Etre Et Avoir - a Documentary
    Etre et Avoir. Etre et Avoir tells the story of six months in the life of a small primary school in the Auvergne, a predominantly rural part of France. It is a documentary film, primarily operating through a fly-on-the-wall mode, that is to say without any discernable interference from the film m...
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  • Documentary Films Have Played an Important Part in Determining the Way We Construct History and Memory. in What Ways Do Documentary Films Dealing with the Holocaust Determine Contemporary Understandings of That Historical Event?
    Documentary films and their representations of the Holocaust have served not only to speak their ‘truth' of the atrocities but also to document changing paradigms of social thought concerning Holocaust ‘truth'. Holocaust History and its documentation: Theodor Adorno's famous 1949 injunction...
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  • Towards Making a Documentary on the Late Imam Abdullah Haron
    Abstract Making a documentary about a Muslim iconic figure in post-Apartheid South Africa can be a long and hard process. Intentions and goals have to be strongly set and kept, to allow one to carry on amidst financial difficulty, and apparent community support. This article is an account of my per...
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  • Documentary Script
    ‘How to Write a Documentary Script’ HOW TO WRITE A DOCUMENTARY SCRIPT A MONOGRAPH BY Page 1 of 52 ‘How to Write a Documentary Script’ TABLE OF CONTENTS - INTRODUCTION - WRITING FOR FILM AND WHY DOCUMENTARIES ARE DIFFERENT - SHORT INTRODUCTION TO DOCUMENTARY STYLES - RESEARC...
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  • Efficiency of the Video Camera
    The efficiency of the video camera. We usually use the video camera in order to save the important moment. Before using the video camera, the written record had been used as a documentary tool. You couldn’t completely observe the important social event and only predicted through the sentences. V...
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  • Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore Documentary
    Is it the bowling? It must be the Video games? Michael Moore’s award winning documentary; ‘Bowling for Columbine’ explores the reason for the violence in America and the reason for the Columbine High school mascara. In April 1999 two students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold went on a shooting r...
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  • Documentary Appreciation
    The Comparison between “Don’t Look Back” and “Unzipped” Made by Don Pennebaker, “Don't Look Back” the 1967 documentary about Dylan's 1965 concert tour of England is well known as an exemplary case of the observational mode of documentary, sometimes referred to as cinema verité or dir...
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  • Changing Role of Photography in the 20th Century
    History Of Photography 1 Essay 3 2011 Lecturer: Chad Rossouw Title: THE CHANGING ROLE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY Handing in date: Monday 19th September 2011 Student: Katinka Bester “The artist’s world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, far from where he lives or a few...
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  • Man with a Movie Camera
    “I think people talk too much” Antonioni. Write an essay on two films on the course that champion images and/or music over words Film does not simply function to entertain; it is created to make suggestions about the wider society. Furthermore these suggestions and themes are not simply stat...
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  • Documentary
    Documentary texts are supposedly those which aim to document reality, attempting veracity in their depiction of people, places and events. However, the process of mediation means that this is something of a oxymoron, it being impossible to re-present reality without constructing a narrative that may...
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  • Role of Media
    An Emergent Role for TV in Social Communication Doug Williams Marian F Ursu Pablo Cesar BT Adastral Park IPSWICH, IP5 3RE, UK +44 (0)1473 647264 Department of Computing Goldsmiths, University of London LONDON, SE14 6NW, UK +44(0)20 7919 7073 CWI: Centrum voor Wiskunde en Infor...
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  • Oil Conservation and the Role of Youth in Its Promotion
    ASSIGNMENTS IN ENGLISH PLUS 10 TEACHERS' HANDBOOK FULL MARKS PVT. LTD. (A Unit of Saraswati Group) New Delhi-110002 GRAMMAR 1 CONTENTS SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT-1 SECTION A: READING SECTION B: WRITING SECTION C: GRAMMAR SECTION D: LITERATURE FULL MARKS ASSIGNMENT-1 FULL MARKS ASSIG...
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  • Analysis of Documentary " the End of the Line"
    The end of the line The end of the line is a part of a new wave of documentaries that not only seek prizes at Film Festival and wasn’t just primarily made to make money but change the opinions of dozens of people. What is happening to the world fish stocks is an under reported issue and End of...
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  • Documentary – Not Dead Just Evolving
    Documentary – Not Dead Just Evolving To say Documentary as dead is like saying that mankind has stopped evolving. Saying that the interest in and the effect of Documentary viewing on the human condition bears no impact is a narrow view of its potential to impact and the ways it already has on soc...
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  • Consider the Role Played by Hollywood Films in Shaping the Perception of World War Two for the American Public. Were They Similar to Propaganda Emanating from Other Countries? in What Ways Did American Films Constitute
    Consider the role played by Hollywood films in shaping the perception of World War Two for the American public. Were they similar to propaganda emanating from other countries? In what ways did American films constitute a “democratic” form of propaganda, and how did they meet the needs of propaga...
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  • Documentary and Bill Nicholls
    Documentary Film Prompts 1) The means and criteria of an ethical documentary film can be somewhat complicated and blurred because of the simple fact that it deals with the issue of ethics. Ethics concerns itself with how moral values are determined and how a moral outcome can be achieved. Why eth...
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  • Documentary Aspects on Kieslowski Fiction
    Winter 2012-13 – Free written home-assignments (To be uploaded to Absalon – 1 copy only). (Uploades til Absalon i ét eksemplar) Navn (Name) Katarzyna Inez Dawczyk Studienummer (Student ID) qtw401 Telefon (Telephone) 27632783 e-post (e-mail) k.inez.dawczyk@gmail.com Ved gruppeopgave an...
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  • Documentary Film
    Eloisa Marquez Film 80S Midterm 17 May 2012 Prof. Kahana Midterm Essay Documentary trust, seen as authenticity and authority, is a very important factor that comes into play when making a documentary film. These are not the only important things in documentary film, but they are crucial to mak...
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  • Role of Police
    Chapter 1 Functions, Roles and Duties of Police in General Introduction 1. Police are one of the most ubiquitous organisations of the society. The policemen, therefore, happen to be the most visible representatives of the government. In an hour of need, danger, crisis and difficulty, when a c...
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