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Part 1 ■ DEVELOPING YOUR DOCUMENTARY
CHAPTER 1: FINDING AND DEVELOPING IDEAS
■ What is a Documentary?
■ Where Do Documentary Ideas Come From?
■ Your Artistic Identity
■ The Importance of a Hypothesis
■ “Casting” Your Documentary
Active vs Passive Characters
Juggling Multiple Characters
■ The Value of the Documenting Process
■ The Specific and the Universal
CHAPTER 2: DOCUMENTARY STYLES
■ A Brief and Selective History of the Documentary
Dziga Vertov and Reflexivity
The British Film Movement and the Expository Film
TV Documentary as a Subgenre of the Expository Style
From the Observational to a Reemergence of the Reflexive
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