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ABC documentary television program was often assigned to students as homework, with ABC distributing 39,000 study guides a month?
Our World the
Oscar Award-nominated film , a The Final Inch documentary about efforts to eradicate the poliovirus, is the first film project from Google's philanthropic division Google.org?
documentary film by 9to5 – Days in Porn Jens Hoffmann documents a year in the lives of members of the U.S. porn industry?
documentary film by Aliens of the Deep Academy Award winner James Cameron and Steven Quale was made using footage of at least 40 deep sea dives in both the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean?
documentary film was shelved for three years by Barricades Israeli television because of the controversy that would result from airing it?
2007 documentary film tells the story of the Quantum Hoops Caltech mens' basketball team, who had a 259-game losing streak after not winning a conference game since 1985?
2007 documentary film was based on a collection of writings by Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience U.S. soldiers who have served in Afghanistan and Iraq?
film documents a 100-day, 4,064-mile journey across the 10 MPH United States on a Segway scooter?
1995 documentary film contains the only known film footage of the young Anne Frank Remembered diarist?
2001 documentary film retold the story of the Scottsboro: An American Tragedy Scottsboro Boys, one of the most controversial courtroom pursuits of racism in U.S. history?
2003 documentary is a chronicle of the life of Prisoner of Paradise Kurt Gerron, a German Jewish actor who was forced to make a Nazi propaganda film and later murdered in a Nazi concentration camp?
documentary film , which analyzes the likelihood of the use of Countdown to Zero nuclear weapons, has been privately screened for U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton?
documentary includes both genuine and fake scenes of human death?
Dolce e selvaggio the first
integrated prom in Charleston is the subject of the 2009 documentary film ?
Prom Night in Mississippi the final twenty minutes of the 1941
documentary film shows an air attack by Kukan Japanese bombers against Chongqing, the World War II capital of China?
the footage filmed for the
documentary film had to be smuggled out of The Boys from Baghdad High Iraq by journalists of many different news agencies?
A&E documentary series is being used in many college and university courses on The Greatest Pharaohs anthropology and archaeology?
while working on
, a Lipstick and Dynamite 2005 documentary about women's professional wrestling, Neko Case found out Ella Waldek in the film was her great-aunt?
the creators of the 1996
documentary film traveled over 100,000 miles (160,000 km) to gather footage and conduct research?
The West the TV
documentary series featured contributions from locals, historians and the Grand Marshall of the 2008 On the Street Where You Live Saint Patrick's Day parade in Kilkenny, Ireland?
documentary gets its name from an actual headline in the Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 ?
Harvard Crimson the
Israeli documentary followed the lives of five Paper Dolls health care providers from the Philippines who perform as drag queens?
television drama imitated the visual style of Hill Street Blues , a low-budget The Police Tapes documentary about a police precinct in the South Bronx?
documentary film investigates the metaphysical effects of being struck by Act of God lightning?
documentary film all eight Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy films are explored through interviews with over 100 members of the production team and cast?
Elm Street in the 2007
documentary film , five Autism: The Musical autistic children in Los Angeles develop and star in an original stage production?
, a 51 Birch Street low-budget documentary about the mystery of a suburban marriage, was named one of The top ten films of 2006?
New York Times
made the Rob Stewart 2007 documentary film after learning that Sharkwater longline fishing in the Galapagos Islands was killing the sharks?
, a film about five A Walk to Beautiful Ethiopian women with childbirth injuries, was picked by the International Documentary Association as the best feature documentary of 2007?
is the first Jews of Iran documentary film about Iran's Jewish minority?
, a Spirit of the Marathon documentary film about marathon runners, won Best Picture at the Mammoth Film Festival?
, a Antoni Bohdziewicz Polish film director, was a member of the Armia Krajowa Polish resistance and worked on a documentary film made and shown entirely in besieged Warsaw?
won an Anne Aghion Emmy Award in 2005 for her documentary film In Rwanda We Say…The Family That Does Not Speak Dies, which examined the situation in post- genocide Rwanda?
investigative journalist John Sweeney stated his outburst in the documentary was a by-product of viewing the Scientology and Me Citizen's Commission on Human Rights exhibit, " Psychiatry: An Industry of Death"?
John Travolta's older brother Joey Travolta produced the documentary film about autism ?
Normal People Scare Me
Quentin Tarantino, a longtime fan of Australian cinema, helped put together 2008 documentary film , examining the "Ozploitation" Not Quite Hollywood B movies of the 1970s–'80s Australian New Wave?
American music critic and editor is the son of Smokey Fontaine English documentary filmmaker Dick Fontaine, the maker of the 1984 BBC documentary ?
Beat This: A Hip-Hop History
was a Target for Tonight 1941 documentary filmed, acted, and written by the Royal Air Force?
, a The Hate That Hate Produced documentary critical of the Nation of Islam, caused the group's membership to double?
a screening of the
documentary film may have led to the Rebellion: the Litvinenko Case St Petersburg branch of the human rights charity Memorial being raided by the Russian authorities?
Sue Rubin, the subject of the
documentary film , was considered Autism Is a World mentally challenged until she learned to communicate with a keyboard?
according to TV critic
Gareth McLean, none of the Britons featured in the Channel 4 documentary series are "Heroes"?
New Hero of Comedy an episode of the
documentary series detailed Hostage Saddam Hussein's placing of two Irish civilians as "human shields" at sites of strategic importance during the Gulf War?
in her 1992
documentary film Nitrate Kisses Barbara Hammer filmed an elderly lesbian couple having sex as part of an exploration of the repression and marginalization of LGBT history?
film director recently Jim Fields wrote, produced and directed a documentary called Bugeaters?
, a Welcome to Macintosh documentary focusing on Apple Inc. and its Macintosh line of computers, was praised by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak for being the most accurate film about the company?
is a five-part The Land of the Settlers documentary series made by Chaim Yavin, dubbed " Israel's Walter Cronkite", and was so controversial that his station refused to air it?
is a The Portraitist 2005 Polish television documentary film about the life and work of Wilhelm Brasse, the famous "photographer of Auschwitz"?
, an The Silent World Academy Award winning documentary film by Jacques Cousteau, was the first film to use underwater cinematography to show the ocean depths in color?
is a Uncommon Friends of the 20th Century 1999 documentary film about businessman James D. Newton's friendships with well-known figures such as Thomas A. Edison, Charles Lindbergh and Henry Ford?
Gandhi biographer , a student of Dinanath Gopal Tendulkar Eisenstein, is considered to be one of the pioneers of documentary film making in India?
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Question 6: (In contrast, ________ concentrated primarily on getting their process adopted by Hollywood studios for fictional feature films.)
Question 7: Although "documentary film" originally referred to movies shot on film stock, it has subsequently expanded to include video and digital productions that can be either ________ or made for a television series.
Question 8: In the 1960s and 1970s, documentary film was often conceived as a political weapon against neocolonialism and capitalism in general, especially in ________, but also in a changing Quebec society.
Question 9: ________ is the complex process of creating documentary projects.
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