documentary film

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The Department has already released 61 documentary films so far and these films are available on U-Tube and Department s website www.
That's how most of the documentary films are treated in India.
The program includes eight Syrian documentary films from the 1970s to today, including works by senior filmmakers Omar Amiralay (1944-2011) and Oussama Mohammad.
Also the workshops allowed for explanations of the varied ways of producing a documentary film.
Among the films screened today was the Syrian documentary film "DamascusCeiling and stories of Paradise" for the director Sou'dod Ka'adan, the first Syrian film screened among 6 films that compete for the prize of "sounds from Syria".
Iranian documentary films are invaluable pieces and have successful presence in all festivals," Zarour stated.
TUNIS, April 2, 2010 (TAP) - The 5th International Documentary Film Festival "Doc Ea Tunis" started on Thursday evening at the Tunis theatre.
More than 250 documentary films from 21 countries participated in May 2008, when the award was first launched.
Bhubaneshwar, Dec 12 (ANI): Bhubaneshwar is hosting the fourth National Short and Documentary Film Festival.
of Bath, UK) examines documentary films during the German occupation of France from 1940 to 1944, with a consideration of whether the cinematic interpretation of events during that time served the goals of the Vichy regime.
Three out of five documentary films submitted by students from Millikan Middle School in Sherman Oaks won awards in a national competition in which middle and high school students produced their own films on a current political topic of their choosing.
In the best of all worlds, making documentary films makes you more honest--it forces you into worlds and situations you might never have known.
Sociology department chairwoman Pare Haldeman wants MSMC to become a hub for documentary films that emphasize social justice.
When examining the era of pre--1960s Canadian film history, we continue to view it only in terms of fictional narrative feature production and documentary films.
In the new study, 11 men and 11 women watched two documentary films, one containing emotionally neutral images and the other showing material meant to elicit fear and other negative feelings.
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