Documentary Film History
Direct Cinema is proved as influential strength along the history of documentary films. Some developments, technique innovations, and themes become highly varied. One of the most popular variations of Direct Cinema is “rockumentaries” (rock documentaries). In this case, rockumentaries have varied types and forms.
For example, are Let it Be (1970) to view a legendary music group, The Beatles, who was preparing album, and Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music (1970) by Michael Wadleigh as a documentation for three days music festival. Woodstock is often regarded as the best music documentary film along history, so it becomes a standard for other documentary films. There is also ‘This is Spinal Tap’ (1984) as the most successful rockumentary commercially in its time.
The pioneer of the combination format was Emile De Antonio through