Tentatives de définitions du film documentaire (Penser le cinéma documentaire : leçon 2)

Leçon 1 : définitions
Partie 1 : Tentatives de définition du film documentaire
- définir le documentaire occasionne un débat sans fin :
- est-ce simplement l’« interprétation créative de la réalité » ?
- le documentaire n’est pas un genre au sens des films de genre, caractérisés par leurs sujets ou leurs effets sur les spectateurs
- il a une généalogie, il évolue au cours de l’histoire
- il a une finalité particulière
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