Film Production – Documentary Films

In this post, I will be writing about the history of documentary films and directors of this genre and references.

 History of Documentary Films –

A narrative film is a nonfictional movie expected to archive some part of reality, principally for the reasons of guideline or keeping up a chronicled record.Such movies were initially shot on film stock the main medium accessible however now incorporate video and computerized creations that can be either immediate to video, made into a TV appear or discharged for screening in silver screens. “Narrative” has been portrayed as a “filmmaking rehearse, a true to life custom, and method of group of onlookers gathering” that is consistently developing and is without clear limits.

Documentary Films Director –

Les Blank – Burden of Dreams (1982)

Burden of Dreams (1982) Poster

Michael Epstein – American Experience ( The Battle Over Citizen Kane) (1996)

The Battle Over Citizen Kane (1996) Poster

J.David Riva – Marlene Dietrich (Her Own Song) (2001)

Marlene Dietrich: Her Own Song (2001) Poster

Jan Harlan – Stanley Kubrick (A Life In Pictures) (2001)

Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures (2001) Poster

Damian Pettigrew – Fellini I’m a Born Liar (2002)

Fellini: I'm a Born Liar (2002) Poster

David Heeley – The John Garfield Story (2003)

The John Garfield Story (2003) Poster

Wendy Apple – The Cutting Edge ( The Magic of Movie Editing) (2004)

The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing (2004) Poster

Gisela Grischow – Billy Wilder Speaks (2006)

Billy Wilder Speaks (2006) Poster

Robert B.Weide – American Masters Woody Allen ( A Documentary) (2011)

Woody Allen: A Documentary (2011) Poster

Craig McCall – Cameraman ( The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff) (2010)

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (2010) Poster

References –

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Documentary_film
http://www.imdb.com/list/ls000122860/

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