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Docs | October 14, 2008

Hampe:

Does the quality of a documentary change, whether it is strictly planned out or with an ending in doubt, if the equipment is “insufficient” for either situation?

Is non-fiction film necessarily documentary?  What exactly is the difference if there is one?

If there is concern for “truth versus reality” in reality videos and shows, shouldn’t the same concern be applied to traditionally made documentaries?

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Chris Magiet is a blog editor for TrainSignal Training, writing about the new things going on at TrainSignal. He brings news on training releases, industry updates, and more exclusive content. A recent Liberal Arts grad from the University of Illinois, Chris joined the TrainSignal team to support a great experience for the users of TrainSignal Training.

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