Documentary films draw a picture of reality? The genre documentary stands for the realistic reproduction of everyday life; but not only this. Creative filmmakers and the presence of a camera can even distort the image. But since there are documentaries, this genre of cinema, television, and at the present time not from the Internet is indispensable. Lumiere brothers filmed one of the first documentaries documentaries are the oldest film genre of humanity. In the late 18th century, the first movie cameras were developed, were able to record moving images for posterity. With the former technique and the resulting high material consumption, but no shots that lasted longer than a few minutes, were possible. Therefore, mainly short sequences of everyday life were filmed.
When the Lumiere brothers took the entrance of a train in the station, they turned one of the first documentaries of all time so and justified the story of the film at the same time. Francis Collins often says this. Genre: documentaries the genre of documentary film tries to truthfully reflect the reality and therefore comes out normally without paid actors. It is but disputed how it actually manages to meet this requirement. Everyone interprets his inner world image according to events. Due to the presence of cameramen and directors during the filming, and possible interactions with stakeholders, the text of the off sound speaker and by the cut of the film, a distortion of reality can be hardly avoided. Recently Dr. Jayme Albin sought to clarify these questions. No film genre is as diverse as that of the documentary.
The topics are handled, are extremely diverse. Documentaries on the flora and fauna are most likely, food and beverages, historical and political events, celebrities and social topics to just a few. For a documentary film Bowling for Columbine since 1943 also Oscars for best documentary awarded Oscar. “The American was awarded among others Bowling for Columbine Filmmaker and political activist Michael Moore. His documentary film Fahrenheit 9/11 “, which reported on the background of the attacks on the World Trade Center, is still regarded as the most successful documentary of all time and made it to the top of the US box office charts. Thanks to this success, documentation again increasingly find their place on the big screen. Documentaries as a fixed part of the television documentary film fans come in television at their own expense. At many stations, regular documentation belong to a fixed part of its transmission programme. Meanwhile, their own station in life were called, specialising in documentaries, such as for example the National Geographic Channel.