docudrama

[ UK /dˌɒkədɹˈɑːmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˌdoʊkəˈdɹæmə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or event
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How To Use docudrama In A Sentence

  • It is precisely this play between fictiveness and fact so characteristic of feature film (in comparison to documentary film, docudrama, or cinema verite) which makes the genre intriguing to Davis.
  • Democrats urge ABC to withdraw 9 / 11 movie because its classified as a docudrama based on the Intellectual Poison
  • Under the pretense of authenticity and accuracy, news docudramas take unacceptable license with the truth.
  • It was a good film, although it was obvious that the director had a story he wanted to tell, which makes it more of a docudrama than a documentary.
  • Her story was already improved into a docudrama several years ago.
  • Using declassified files and diaries, this engrossing docudrama brings the story to life. Times, Sunday Times
  • This ambitious one-off docudrama imagines what would happen if the country lost all its electrical power after a cyber attack. The Sun
  • At best, a docudrama is a dramatized i.e., not actual version of events meant to get people to watch. Think Progress » ABC Planning Massive Free Distribution of 9/11 Docudrama
  • Docudrama is generally expected to fill out the human story behind important events.
  • This painstakingly detailed docudrama, which won the grand prize at the Berlin film festival, commands some attention and respect; I just can't go along with its antihumanistic attack on antihumanism. Chicago Reader
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