DOCUMENTARY FILM A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION BY PATRICIA AUFDERHEIDE PDF

How do we remember public events? Posted on September 11, How to make a transmedia documentary: three takeaways By Patricia Aufderheide What happens to documentary when media goes interactive? Media users want to do more than just watch these days. Posted on May 11, Documentary Film: A Very Short Introduction Patricia Aufderheide Very Short Introductions Reading Guide Beginning with an overview of the central issues of documentary filmmaking - its definitions and purposes, its forms and founders - Aufderheide focuses on several of its key subgenres, including public affairs films, government propaganda particularly the works produced during World War II , historical documentaries, and nature films. Questions for Thought and Discussion How would you define a documentary?

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How do we remember public events? Posted on September 11, How to make a transmedia documentary: three takeaways By Patricia Aufderheide What happens to documentary when media goes interactive? Media users want to do more than just watch these days.

Posted on May 11, Documentary Film: A Very Short Introduction Patricia Aufderheide Very Short Introductions Reading Guide Beginning with an overview of the central issues of documentary filmmaking - its definitions and purposes, its forms and founders - Aufderheide focuses on several of its key subgenres, including public affairs films, government propaganda particularly the works produced during World War II , historical documentaries, and nature films.

Questions for Thought and Discussion How would you define a documentary? What kinds of truth-telling can documentary do especially well? What kinds of truth-telling are challenging for the documentary form? What is the difference between propaganda and advocacy? What are the obligations of a documentarian to provide the viewer with a balanced picture? What are those conventions that define a documentary? Are their associations positive or negative for you?

What formal conventions have filmmakers historically employed that are different from those conventions? What conventions does documentary share with fiction? Is that a problem? Could you imagine an animated documentary? What do you think? What are arguments for and against the advantages of this filmic approach? Documentary filmmaking is an art form as well as an informative medium.

How much does documentary differ from other informative genres such as journalism or non-fiction books in this regard? Documentarians often have extended relationships with their subjects.

How has this relationship been defined by ethnographic filmmakers, who work with subjects in very different cultures than their own?

How have nature documentaries evolved over the decades? How does this reflect our changing understanding of our own relationship with the environment? Who funds the documentaries that you like best? In many countries, documentary filmmaking has been subsidized with tax money. What has motivated these governments to support filmmakers?

What have been the effects of government subsidy on production? Can government propaganda ever be a good thing?

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