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The Problem of Modern Digital Documentary Film Language. Documentary Movie "No Excuse": Linear and Post Production Producing (Creative Format)

Student: Dariia Budarova

Supervisor: Yury Burtsev

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Communications (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

This research is devoted to the study of the problem of using disparate video clips posted on the Internet to create a comprehensive project with elements of the language of new media. The work is a part of the general creative project, within the framework of which a documentary film will be created, it will address the problems of linear production for a specific project activity. The task of this final qualifying work is devoted to the research of the method of constructing a holistic documentary film based on personal digital archival materials, which are mainly in the public domain of the Internet

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