Toronto. Movies and videos are either fiction or non-fiction, the latter we call documentaries. The documentaries cover people, places or things from various perspectives to help the viewer understand more about them.
Many people view television for entertainment, news and information. Sadly, most television programming is fiction of one sort or another (reality TV isn’t – it’s just cheap scripted filler between commercials).
In the coming edition of PhotoEd magazine. Rita has devoted the issue to documentaries and their importance to us. She is offering free tickets to a documentary on the life of photographer Robert Frank here.