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Docalogue


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Each book in the Docalogue book series highlights a recent documentary film from five different scholarly perspectives. By focusing on a single documentary from multiple points of view, each book demonstrates the ways in which a single film can open onto diverse questions having to do with the status of the "real," documentary ethics, and the politics of representation, among other issues. The book series is an extension of Docalogue.com, a monthly online publication that consists of short essays about contemporary documentary films.

Series Editors: Jaimie Baron and Kristen Fuhs

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Kedi A Docalogue

Kedi: A Docalogue

1st Edition

Edited By Jaimie Baron, Kristen Fuhs
March 19, 2021

This second book in the Routledge Docalogue series continues to model a new form for the discussion of documentary film, focusing on a new film and a different set of critical questions. Kedi (2016) is the first feature documentary by Turkish-American filmmaker Ceyda Torun. The film provides a ...

I Am Not Your Negro A Docalogue

I Am Not Your Negro: A Docalogue

1st Edition

Edited By Jaimie Baron, Kristen Fuhs
June 18, 2020

As the inaugural volume in the Docalogue series, this book models a new form for the discussion of documentary film. James Baldwin’s writing is intensely relevant to contemporary politics and culture, and Peck’s strategies for representing him and conveying his work in I Am Not Your Negro (2016) ...

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