The Resource Why docudrama? : fact-fiction on film and TV, edited by Alan Rosenthal

Why docudrama? : fact-fiction on film and TV, edited by Alan Rosenthal

Label
Why docudrama? : fact-fiction on film and TV
Title
Why docudrama?
Title remainder
fact-fiction on film and TV
Statement of responsibility
edited by Alan Rosenthal
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 791.43/658
  • 791.43/658
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN1995.9.H5
LC item number
W58 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Why docudrama? : fact-fiction on film and TV, edited by Alan Rosenthal
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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Contents
  • Pt. 1. Taking the Stage: Developments and Challenges. 1. Hollywood and World History / George MacDonald Fraser. 2. Clio in Hollywood / George F. Custen. 3. British TV Dramadocumentary: Origins and Developments / John Corner. 4. Tales of Cultural Tourism / Derek Paget. 5. Docudrama on American Television / Tom W. Hoffer and Richard Alan Nelson. 6. Brian's Song: Television, Hollywood, and the Evolution of the Movie Made for TV / Douglas Gomery. 7. The Guardian Lecture: Dramatized Documentary / Leslie Woodhead. 8. Where Are We Going and How and Why? / Ian McBride. 9. Lies about Real People / Jerry Kuehl -- Pt. 2. Docudrama at Work: Practice and Production. 10. Hollywood and the Research Department / George F. Custen. 11. Making Bitter Harvest / Todd Gitlin. 12. And the Band Played On: Searching for Truth / Betsy Sharkey. 13. Murder and Mayhem Stalk TV / Jeff Silverman. 14. Theater of Fact: A Dramatist's Viewpoint / David Edgar
  • 15. Death of a Princess: The Politics of Passion, an Interview with Antony Thomas / Alan Rosenthal. 16. Writers in Action: Ernest Kinoy, Michael Eaton, Michael Baker / Alan Rosenthal. 17. Tony Parker and the Documentary Play / Irene Shubik -- Pt. 3. Criticism: The Quicksands of Politics and History. 18. Battleship Potemkin: Film and Reality / D. J. Wenden. 19. Rule Britannia! / George MacDonald Fraser. 20. Roots: Docudrama and the Interpretation of History / Leslie Fishbein. 21. Reds as History / Robert A. Rosenstone. 22. Patriot Games / Conor Cruise O'Brien. 23. In the Name of the IRA / Richard Grenier. 24. The Making of Hostages / Sita Williams. 25. JFK: Historical Fact/Historical Film / Robert A. Rosenstone. 26. Walker and Mississippi Burning: Postmodernism Versus Illusionist Narrative / Sumiko Higashi. 27. Fantastic Realism: Schindler's List as Docudrama / Yosefa Loshitsky. 28. Defining Docudrama: In the Name of the Father, Schindler's List, and JFK / Steve Lipkin
Control code
000013662217
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 387 p.
Isbn
9780809321865
Lccn
97052387
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.b20688738
System control number
  • 13662217lw
  • (OCoLC)38249916

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