Man with movie camera

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  1. XXX says:

    (Dragan)These are the topics/issues related to the first dimension of perception of a documentary film – what has been the role of editing and how is this issue related to representation and authenticity of documentary films?vital remarks:1) when the camera is used, that is already “construction” – calls for meta cinematic approach; 2) documentary movies – working with the documents – statements of people – offers more authenticity than in the movies with the scenarios. 3) the idea of entertainment immanent – “stop motion” – the ultimate technique;4) the most important, the “use” of actors and scenario; documentary movies do not use it.

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