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This is the second major revision of a book universally acclaimed as the definitive history of the documentary film. The final section has been The final section has been completely rewritten and expanded to take into account the major films and trends of the past nine years.
Particular attention has been paid to the growth of documentary film-making in the Soviet Union since Glasnost and the corresponding expansion in the United States, including Ken Burns's The Civil War , which broke all audience records for Public Television in Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
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Documentary: A History of the Non-Fiction Film
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Jump to navigation. It was less than a year ago, in October , when I last met with Erik Barnouw, and I treasure the image of his gracious intellect that I saw on that brilliant autumn day. On the common in Fair Haven, Vermont, in the home he shared with his wife Betty, Eric was relaxed, happy, aware, attentive and most importantly, full of information and enthusiasm for the project I brought to him. Betty, the vital pivot in the balance between Eric and the world in his later years was and is a supremely gifted woman. She somehow made everything work.