documents, objectively, fictional
A documentary consists of, concerns, or is based on _______; presents facts _______ w/o editorializing or inserting _______ matter, as in a book or film.
expository, observational, interactive
Three modes of representation.
expository, dissatisfaction, fiction
The _______ film grew out of a _______ with _______ film. Some people wanted to see real life.
In the expository film, the authority resides in the _______, and the person's _______ is presented as fact.
Fathers of Documentary: "Nanook of the North"
Fathers of Documentary: "The River" (1938)
Fathers of Documentary: Social documentary films
After WWII, cameras were _______ with a _______ lens.
observational, synchronus, long
The _______ style arose in the 50's and 60's; it involves mobile _______ sound and _______ takes.
The observational style is popular in the _______.
In the observational style, the filmmaker does not _______; rather, they are a fly on the wall.
The observational style challenges the ethics of _______.
In the observational style, there are no voiceovers, no _______, and no re-enactments.
Al and David Maysles
The filmmakers of "Primary".
Primary, Grey Gardens
Two examples of observational films.
In the _______ style, the filmmaker engages w/individuals directly while not reverting to classic exposition.
Jean Rouge, "Chronicles of a Summer"
The father of the interactive style.
In the interactive style, the filmmaker addresses _______ rather than the viewer, and the camera becomes an investigator.
In _______ cinema, the camera is there as an observer (observational).
In _______, the camera is a major participant, if not a creator of the action (interaction).
An example of cinema verite.