- Direct cinema
- Truth cinema
- found: Work cat.: Cinéma vérité [VR] : defining the moment, c1999: pkg. (The cinéma vérité (or direct cinema) movement of the '50s and '60s was driven by a group of rebel filmmakers tired of stilted documentaries. They wanted to show life as it really is: raw, gritty, dramatic.)
- found: Britannica online, July 24, 2000 (Cinéma vérité: (French: "truth cinema"), French film movement of the 1960s that showed people in everyday situations with authentic dialogue and naturalness of action)
- found: Internet movie database film glossary, via WWW, Jan. 22, 2001 (Cinema Verité. Literally: Cinema Truth. A documentary style in which no directorial control is exerted. The term is frequently misused to describe new-wave "handheld" camera techniques.)
- found: Mamber, S. Cinema verite in America : studies in uncontrolled documentary, 1974.
- 2001-01-22: new
- 2001-03-02: revised
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