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documentary:

see motion picturesmotion pictures,
movie-making as an art and an industry, including its production techniques, its creative artists, and the distribution and exhibition of its products (see also motion picture photography; Motion Picture Cameras under camera).
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The discussion paper is to be the focus of a forum with industry at today s conference and invites submissions via a formal written process, due by 4 April, to inform the development of new guidelines for Screen Australia s documentary funding programs.
The 2012 Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject will be presented on Sunday, February 26.
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.
Rosica: Our documentary division has produced some outstanding productions over the past seven months.
A hit at dance film festivals last year, Linda Atkinson's and Nick Doob's documentary comes to the small screen with all its charm intact.
We greatly appreciate the warm acceptance of the documentary by the NFL and NFL teams," said Gorman.
Surprisingly, Atom Egoyan is tongue-tied, a little gag that pays off near the end of the documentary when he comes up with a definition that serves as the movie's final word.
The history of documentary is in large part the history of trying to make films that make a difference.
His work The Family Album, 1986, probably betrays more about American life than a seriously researched TV documentary.
Currently, G's employees have to submit documentary evidence for all expenses over $75.
One of his first documentary series Aanpassings (Afrikaans for `adaptings'), filmed in 1984, conveyed the strong message, `If we as South Africans are to survive we have to adapt'.
In its subject matter, Harris's documentary dispenses with overtly addressing structures of familial normativity imposed by hegemonic racial models.