|aDocumenting the documentary :|bclose readings of documentary film and video /|cedited by Barry Keith Grant and Jeannette Sloniowski.
|aDetroit :|bWayne State University Press,|cc1998.
|a488 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aContemporary film and television series
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|rWilliam Rothman -- |rSeth Feldman -- |rJoanne Hershfield -- |rVivian Sobchack -- |rWilliam Guynn -- |rFrank P. Tomasulo -- |rCharlie Keil -- |rThomas Waugh -- |rJim Leach -- |rJeannette Sloniowski -- |rDiane Scheinman -- |rSandy Flitterman-Lewis -- |rJeanne Hall -- |rBarry Keith Grant -- |rRobert Stam -- |rBart Testa -- |rJeffrey K. Ruoff -- |rJoan Nicks -- |rCarl Plantinga -- |rLucy Fischer -- |rCatherine Russell -- |rScott MacDonald -- |rLinda Williams -- |rMatthew Bernstein -- |rSheila Petty -- |rCaryl Flinn -- |rJulia Lesage |tFilmmaker as hunter /|tPeace between man and machine / |tParadise regained / |tSynthetic vision / |tArt of national projection / |tMass psychology of fascist cinema / |tAmerican documentary finds its voice / |tMen cannot act before the camera in the presence of death / |tPoetics of propaganda / |tIt was an atrocious film / |tDialogic imagination of Jean Rouch / |tDocumenting the ineffable / |tDon't you ever just watch? / |tEthnography in the first person / |tTwo avant-gardes / |tSeeing with experimental eyes / |tBastard union of several forms / |tDocumentary of displaced persona / |tGender, power, and a cucumber / |tDocumentary film and the discourse of hysterical/historical narrative / |tSubjectivity lost and found / |tFilmmaker as global circumnavigator / |tMirrors without memories / |tDocumentaphobia and mixed modes / |tSilence and its opposite / |tContaining fire / |tContested territory /