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  1. 1.  Expository Documentaries must have a voice over which addresses the audience in a direct way The continuity of editing is used to illustrate the voiceovers argument, assisted with images which marries with the points made They contain multiple footages, from interviews to archives Persuasive techniques are used to keep the audience intrigued and maintain their empathy throughout the documantry uI
  2. 2. Poetic Documentaries first trended in the 1920’s.• Instead of organized images being hold, people were appearing as objects• A particular tone is made, enhanced by the useful use of music• Situations can be left unsolved or not understood properly similar to poems, to keep the audience thinking• They are usually described as ‘experimental’ seen pushing boundaries being diverse from all the other documentary types• Interesting use of unlinked images/shots used, related with music 8jY
  3. 3. • They tend to use informal equipment sucj as handheld cameras for a more realistic effect• No voiceover is used• No interviews are held• The makers are told to follow the main people around to observe what is key in the documentary QrAQ&feature=related
  4. 4. • They often tend to use hand held cameras• Voiceovers are used usually by the maker of the documentary• Direct sound recording is held• Diverse use of archives are used such as footages, newspapers, headlines and so on _E
  5. 5. • Performative documentaries tend to stress the emotional response to the world, being strongly personal and unconventional• The documentary makers present their views and comment on the process of the documentary throughout the video• The makers empathize with the subject and address the audience in a emotional and sympathetic way• Unconventionally the subject matter is often to do with the identity rather than ‘factual’ subjects itself UM8
  6. 6. • Expressive music and dramatic music is made to emphasis the expressive nature of film• Voice overs used, usually questioning the audience• Techniques from fiction film is used for a more emotional and subjective response• Suggestions made by the makers rather than actual facts being said ps