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

Student: Anastasiia Ivanova

Supervisor: Yury Burtsev

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Communications (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The topic of the diploma is the problem of modern digital documentary film language, specifically such an element as digital archives from the point of view of creative producer and film director. The project is a short-length documentary film created entirely from digital archives from social networks. The theoretical part of the diploma is the concept and history of the documentary, and the analysis of documentary films based on archives. The project part of this diploma: a review of the target audience and the competitive environment, the concept of media product and promotion. In the creative part there is a short documentary film “No excuses”, as well as a full producer package.

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