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The Nonfiction Trend in Television October 2000

We take a look at "Voyeur TV"—hurtling through broadcasting markets, breaking viewer records and causing critics everywhere to ponder its greater meaning.

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Features

  • Hot Docs and the Toronto Documentary Forum

    The year 2000 saw Toronto’s Hot Docs Film...
  • Human Rights Festival Scores Big in New York

    The eleventh annual Human Rights Watch...
  • Third docfest is the Charm

    In its third year, docfest, New York's annual...
  • A Tale of Two Festivals: Visions Du Réel & Sunny Side of the Doc

    The two events could not be more different...
  • Hidden Cameras and Human Behavior—An Interview with Allen Funt

    Editor’s note: Every so often, one happens upon...
  • Chips Off the Ol' Doc: The Spawn of Candid Camera

    Editor’s note: I had a chance to talk with...
  • Docu-Demia: Film Scholars Michael Renov and Jane Gaines Present ‘Visible Evidence of the Nonfiction Culture Part II

    Created in connection with an annual conference...
  • The British Invasion: Big Brother 's Big Brother

    Media historians will look back on 2000 as the...
  • Real Player: The Gantz Brothers Bring Reality to the Web

    When Taxicab Confessions premiered on HBO in 1995...