How Close To The Truth Is Loose Change?

Zero Dark Thirty — Was It Really Like That? Morgan Spurlock — The Man Who Changed McDonalds How SuperSize Me Changed the Fast Food Menu Michael Moore — Redefining the Role of the Documentary Makers Informing vs. Inflaming — Documentaries That are Attacks Senna — a Balance of Inspiration and Heartbreak Harlan County, USA — a Documentary that Saved Lives Triumph of the Will — Propaganda and Documentary in WWII The Invisible War — Modern Documentary vs. the Modern Military What The Invisible War Reveals About our Culture Roger and Me — Flint is Gone, Denver Co Tv deals, But Michael Moore Remains How Roger and Me Changed Documentaries The Inside Job and Other Documentaries About Corruption Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room — A Lesson Forgotten Mea Maxima Culpa and More — Documentaries Criticizing the Church Alex Gibney — What’s Next for This Talented Filmmaker? Who Killed the Electric Car? — Gibney’s Master Work How to Survive a Plague — The Must-See Story of AIDS Activism and Research Is Zero Dark Thirty True or Propaganda Bowling for Columbine — Michael Moore vs.This{{/tag} helps explain it more. the Gun Lobby Did We Forget About the Smartest Guys in the Room? Examples of Documentary Films That Changed History

Car Companies Respond To Who Killed The Electric Car

Finally, a car company has responded to this burning question: Who Killed The Electric Car?

Toyota has stepped forward to inform everyone that people killed the electric car. Buyers don’t want the things. Consumers can’t see paying top dollar for a failed automotive technology that existed 100 years ago. In a nutshell, electric vehicles make neither financial nor business sense.

Toyota, as with other car manufacturers, are sitting on a product that few people want. Toyota is praying that the sale of its RAV4 electric car will hit 2,600 units across the world. That number will [...]

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The Top Grossing American Documentary Movies Of All Time

Documentaries continue to play an important part in our daily lives, but the creative success of these films do not always translate to success at the box office. However, there are those rare instances when a documentary film breaks through and achieves commercial success. Here is a look at the top-grossing American documentary movies of all time.

“Fahrenheit 9/11″: Michael Moore is known for his politically charged documentaries. This look at the early years of the presidency of George W. Bush captivated the nation upon release in 2004. Not only did ” [...]

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Important Lessons Documentary Filmmakers Can Learn From Michael Moore

Michael Moore has made some of the most successful documentaries of all time, including “Bowling For Columbine,” “Fahrenheit 9/11″ and “Sicko”. The popularity of Moore’s work offers several valuable lessons to documentary filmmakers.

The most valuable lesson gleaned from Moore’s success is to make films about subjects people care about. Since his first major documentary, “Roger & Me,” Moore has set his sights on subjects that affect many lives and placed an emphasis on making clear statements about those subjects.

Politically, Moore is often viewed as liberal. His films have been critical of [...]

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The Untold History Of The Blockbuster Independent Documentary Film

Some independent documentaries enjoyed modest success throughout the early history of cinema, but most of these successes were concert films or films on lighter subjects. Beginning in the 1990s, independent documentaries began to be taken seriously as potential box office hits.

The main reason for this change in view is because independent cinema in general began to be accepted more by mainstream moviegoers. Audiences wanted edgier, more interesting material that the films Hollywood was providing, so they found it elsewhere.

In the 1990s, films like “Hoop Dreams” and “Roger & Me” connected with audiences new to [...]

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Titles for a blog about famous documentaries

Zero Dark Thirty — Was It Really Like That?
Morgan Spurlock — The Man Who Changed McDonalds
How SuperSize Me Changed the Fast Food Menu
Michael Moore — Redefining the Role of the Documentary Makers
Informing vs. Inflaming — Documentaries That are Attacks
Senna — a Balance of Inspiration and Heartbreak
Harlan County, USA — a Documentary that Saved Lives
Triumph of the Will — Propaganda and Documentary in WWII
The Invisible War — Modern Documentary vs. the Modern Military
What The Invisible War Reveals About our Culture
Roger and Me — Flint is Gone, But [...]

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