Description - For Documentary by Dai Vaughan
These essays, which span 25 years of writing and a lifetime of experience, offer fresh insights into documentary. Dai Vaughan, one of the most highly regarded documentary editors to have worked in Britain in the late-20th century, makes his starting point plain: "Most of us would feel that the word "documentary" had not justified its place in the dictionary if the films so called did not manifest some relationship with the world not shared by others." That elusive relationship is the subject of his reflections and analyses.
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University of California Press
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Author Biography - Dai Vaughan
Dai Vaughan, who resides in London, has been an editor of documentary films for more than thirty-five years. His previous books include novels and a biography.