who the filmmaker interviewed for their thoughts on the bird-watching craze that engulfed the town when reported sightings of the ivory-billed woodpecker, long thought to be extinct, began to circulate.
In both cases, the films are invested in presenting themselves as reliable, credible documentaries, leaving the audience to sift through the meaning upturned when their fiction roots are laid bare. Maybe, the are not even mockumentaries proper in that they are not as interested in having fun with the faux documentary genre as they are in messing with audiences expectations, by being, quite simply, fake documentaries.
3. Hats Off To The Auteurs Of Yesterday Remember in the early 90s when every Indie feature was stylistically 6 degrees from Tarantino? Things change. Filmmakers this year were paying their respects to the canon, both European