New Challenges for Documentary

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University of California Press, 1988 - Performing Arts - 615 pages
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Contents

Theory Shape
3
Introduction
11
Think We Are in Trouble
21
Television Documentary Usage
34
The Voice of Documentary Bill Nichols
48
Reflexivity and
64
Theories and Strategies of the Feminist
78
Truth Claims Jerry Kuehl
103
Part Four Television
345
Stuart Hall
357
How TV Covers
365
The McCarthy Broadcast
375
An Independent with the Networks
389
Peter Biskind
402
An Independent with Israel
408
Part Five Documentary and History
425

Getting It Right Elizabeth Sussex
110
Part Two Enter the Filmmaker
125
B Jones
133
Thomas Waugh
148
Reflections on An American Family I
191
Two Laws from Australia One White One Black
210
Part Three Documentary Ethics
245
Reflections on An American Family II
288
The Ethics of Imagemaking or Theyre Going
308
Sobchack
332
Donald Watt
435
Narration Invention and History
454
World War IISoviet Style
465
France and Her Political
471
Part Six Images of Society
509
Brian Winston
517
What You Take for Granted
566
The Case of the ABomb
581
Index
605
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About the author (1988)

Alan Rosenthal is the author of "Writing, Directing, and Producing Documentary Films and Videos," He is a documentary filmmaker, teacher, and author active in Israel, Britain, and the United States and a winner of the George Foster Peabody Award for journalism for "Out of the Ashes," His films have appeared on Channel 4 UK and Israeli television and on the American networks NBC, PBS/WNET, and ABC.

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