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Documentary Practice

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  • Documentary mode — is a conceptual scheme developed by American documentary theorist Bill Nichols that seeks to distinguish particular traits and conventions of various documentary film styles. Nichols identifies six different documentary modes in his schema:… …   Wikipedia

  • Documentary theatre — is theatre that wholly or in part uses pre existing documentary material (such as newspapers, government reports, interviews, etc.) as source material for the script, ideally without altering its wording. Contents 1 History 2 Documentary Theatre… …   Wikipedia

  • Documentary films —    Documentary films always played a vital role in Poland. At the beginning of the twentieth century, they performed important educational and nation building functions for Polish audiences. In the absence of the Polish state, these films… …   Guide to cinema

  • documentary credit — International Also known as a letter of credit (letters of credit). The most frequent form of payment in international trade. A letter of credit is a contract under which a bank agrees to pay the seller, in connection with the export of specific… …   Law dictionary

  • Documentary film festivals — Film festivals List of film festivals Europe North/Central America Oceania Documentary film festivals New Media art festivals Documentary film festivals are film festivals devoted solely to …   Wikipedia

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  • Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits — The Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP) is a set of rules on the issuance and use of letters of credit. The UCP is utilised by bankers and commercial parties in more than 175 countries in trade finance. Some 11 15% of… …   Wikipedia

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