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On books on doco, I also recommend some of the articles in
"Resolutions:  Contemporary Video Practices" eds. Michael Renov & Erika
Suderberg (Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1996), and also
Renov's book on theorizing the documentary, which I don't have with me
here in Seoul and so cannot give the title of.  Maybe someone else can
remember?
 
Chris Berry
 
james arnold g schwind wrote:
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> Documentary and TV Resouces
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> I've found Brian Winston's *Claiming the Real* to be quite a helpful
> recent source.  Using Grierson as primary examples, he explores the use of
> documentary film as art, drama, and science, which delves into the "truth"
> issue.
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> J. Arnold G'Schwind
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