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>From: "keith wheelock" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Subject: CFP: Documentaries vs. Features (8/1/06; Film & History, 
>11/8/06-11/12/06)
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>Call for Papers
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>2006 Film & History Conference on
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>THE DOCUMENTARY TRADITION
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>8-12 November, 2006
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>Dolce Conference Center-Dallas, Texas
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>www.filmandhistory.org
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>AREA: Documentary vs. Feature Interpretations
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>DEADLINE: August 1, 2006
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>The objective of a documentary differs greatly from that of a feature
>film intended
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>for a cinema audience. We are soliciting proposals that select
>documentaries and
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>feature films that permit a scholarly assessment of the purposes of both
>and of how
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>well they achieve their historical and/or mass audience objectives.
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>A presenter can choose: a single documentary and feature film, exploring
>in depth
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>the rationale of each. [The History Channel's History vs. Hollywood
>series reflects
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>one aspect of such an approach.]; or several documentaries and one or
>more feature
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>films; or documentaries and feature films from more than one country.
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>     So far there are eight proposals accepted on a diversity of
>subjects, including four on aspects of "Orientalism," and
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>others on the end of the Third Reich, Hiroshima and the bomb, and
>deducing 'credible' history between specific feature
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>films and documentaries. There will be at least three panels within the
>scope of Documentary
>
>vs. Feature Interpretations. Our intention is to permit wide latitude
>for potential
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>presenters who seek innovative approaches to this broad-ranging subject.
>
>Send all inquiries and proposals to:
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>Keith Wheelock
>
>325 Mountain View Road
>
>Skillman, NJ 08558
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>Tel: (609)466-5968
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