Nature in Fiction Films

Dodson, Mo
November 1986
Image Technology;Nov1986, Vol. 68 Issue 11, p566
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the nature of fiction films. The author comments that it is unavoidable for us to get affected with fiction narratives because documentary films are narratives by nature, which they tend to draw the attention of the audience. The author also noted the fact that documentary film makers often borrow techniques from fiction films.


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