Screen Image and the System of expressive Means in American Documentary of the 1960s

Abstract

The article investigates the system of expressive means in documentary cinema and TV programs formed by the Dew Associates, a group of American documentary filmmakers, focusing on the ‘Direct Cinema’ peculiarities including observation and montage. The artistic techniques found by the group laid the basis for solving a number of topical issues of modern art.

About the authors

Maksim F Kazyutchits

VGIK

Author for correspondence.
Email: editor@vestnik-vgik.com

PhD (Philosophy), senior researcher, Department of Modern Screen Art, Institute of Film Art

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