The documentary script as an oxymoron?

Winston, Brian (2015) The documentary script as an oxymoron? Journal of Screenwriting, 6 (3). pp. 287-300. ISSN 1759-7137

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Abstract

Throughout the 1970s, American filmmaker and documentarian Frederick
Wiseman (Titicut Follies (1967), Belfast, Maine (1999), National Gallery (2014)
and more) had a unique carte-blanche: multi-year contracts from the New
York flagship public television station, WNET, to make movies more or less at
his own pace with budgets of a largesse denied all his peers. He owed this to
the patronage of the highly cultured progamme chief at the station, the writer
and ex-Harper’s editor, Robert Kotlovitz.

Keywords:bmjdoi, Documentary, Script, Outline, Scenario, Screen-idea, Fred Wiseman, bmjgoldcheck
Subjects:P Mass Communications and Documentation > P300 Media studies
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Film & Media > Lincoln School of Film & Media (Media)
ID Code:17850
Deposited On:10 Jul 2015 15:23

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