'A documentary can be "very good", it may win prizes, and it may tell a good story, but it can also be very predictable in the way it tells that story.' Gibson and Leahy present an insightful and polemical analysis of the state of the documentary today. They see trends towards predictability and 'dumbing down', and ask 'Have documentary makers repressed thier voice?', 'What is expression in documentary?' and 'How can the landscape of documentary be changed?'
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