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Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2021
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Print version: Milliken, Christie Reclaiming Popular Documentary Bloomington : Indiana University Press,c2021 ISBN 9780253056894
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Pop Docs: The Work of Popular Documentary in the Age of Alternate Facts / Christie Milliken and Steve F. Anderson -- Part I. Popular Documentary Today -- 2. Reclaiming the Popular for Public Interest Documentary / Ezra Winton -- 3. Public Television’s Role in the US Documentary Ecology / Patricia Aufderheide -- Part II. Documentary Ecologies -- 4. On (Not) Falling from the Sky: Fly-Over Global Documentary as Capitalist Body Genre / Zoe Druick -- 5. Accelerating Deceleration: Slow Violence and Time-Lapse Cinematography / Devon Coutts -- 6. From Elegy to Kitsch: Spectacles of Epistephilia in Food, Inc. and Early Food Documentaries / Sabiha Ahmad Khan -- Part III. Short Forms and Web Practices -- 7. Errol Morris, the New York Times, Docmedia, and Op-Docs as Pop Docs / Anthony Kinik -- 8. Popular Music and Short-Form Nonfiction: Is the Web a Forum for Documentary Innovation? / Michael Brendan Baker -- 9. From the Essay Film to the Video Essay: Between the Critical and the Popular / Allison de Fren -- Part IV. Auteurs, Politics, and Popularity -- 10. Errol Morris and the Ends of Irony / Jonathan Kahana -- 11. Verite: Lauren Greenfield and the Challenge of Feminist Documentary / Shilyh Warren -- 12. Citizenfour and the Antirepresentational Turn: Aesthetics of Failure in the Information Age / S. Topiary Landberg -- Part V. Documentary Genres -- 13. Of Kids and Sharks: Victims, Heroes, and the Politics of Melodrama in Popular Documentary / Christie Milliken -- 14. Strategies of the Popular Music Documentary’s Recovery Mode / Landon Palmer -- 15. Assembling Nanking: Archival Filmmaking in the Popular Historical Documentary / Dylan Nelson -- Part VI. Engaging Audiences -- 16. Virality Is Virility: Viral Media, Popularity, and Violence / Alexandra Juhasz.
17. Populism, Participation, and Perpetual Incompletion: Performing an Urban History Commons / Rick Prelinger -- 18. The Armchair Juror: Audience Engagement in True Crime Documentaries / George S. Larke-Walsh -- 19. New (Old) Ontologies of Documentary / Steve F. Anderson -- Index.
By combining perspectives of scholars and makers, Reclaiming Popular Documentary brings new understandings and international perspectives to familiar texts using critical models that will engage media scholars and fans alike..

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