Still trying to figure out what to use in this slot. I love the film I
tentatively have planned for mock/doc: Mao: The Real Man (First
Run/Icarus) which is a hilarious send-up of historical documentary
evidence, documentary codes and conventions (and of academic pretension, to
boot). I was also considering the French film "Man Bites Dog" in which
doc filmmakers get a little too involved in filming the life of a serial
killer (thereby skewering (literally) verite conventions of non-intervention).
At 01:27 PM 11/10/2004 -0600, you wrote:
>Since you are ending with Mock Docs, perhaps Peter Jackson's "Forgotten
>Silver" would be appropriate? The students would certainly be in a position
>to appreciate all the film history jokes...
>Supervisor, Film Library
>St. Louis Public Library
>[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Gary Handman
>Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 10:55 AM
>Subject: [Videolib] Gary's Intro to Doc class
>In an effort to get our minds off of fee-for-service issues....I'm honored
>to have been asked to teach the intro to documentary class in the film
>studies dept here at UCB next semester. Really excited about it (65
>students! yow!) Thought it might be fun to share the syllabus with you
>(still a work in progress). I'd be very interested in hearing your comments
>and/or suggestions. I need all the counsel and advice I can get.
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