Mocumentary Filmography

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Mocumentary Filmography


Miller, Cynthia J., Post Script


AFR (2007)--the fictional killing of the Danish prime minister by his secret gay lover. (Denmark) Morten Hartz Kaplers

Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (1998)--experts debate footage showing a family abducted by aliens (USA) Dean Alioto

All You Need Is Brains (2009)--a mockumentary about the parody rock group, The Zombeatles, who inhabit a Zombie universe. (USA) Doug Gordon

Alternative 3 (1977)--a political conspiracy to establish a settlement on Mars is uncovered. (UK) Christopher Miles

American Zombie (2007)--a documentary project about an undead community living in Los Angeles. (USA/South Korea) Grace Lee

An Alan Smithee Film--Burn Hollywood Burn (1998)--after his blockbuster is horribly edited against his wishes, a filmmaker runs off with his failed debut film, threatening to burn it. (USA) Arthur Hiller, Alan Smithee

Andalucia: un siglo de fascinacion (1996)--a series of seven episodes in the last 100 years of Andalusian history, creating and revising Andalusian national identity. (Spain) Basilio Martin Patino

The Appleby Sensation (1997)--a British documentary film crew attempts to uncover the truth about why a California yuppie couple's first child is born with a New York accent. (USA) Aaron Orullian

Bad News Tour (1982)--a rockumentary produced by a bumbling BBC crew trying to cover a struggling British heavy metal band, as they head out on tour. (UK) (Bob Spiers, BBC)

Beefcake (1999)--homage to the muscle magazines of the 1940s-1960s. (Canada/UK/France) Thorn Fitzgerald

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2005)--a film crew follows Leslie Vernon, a serial-killer in training. (USA) Tom McLoughlin

Believe (2007)--a trailer park-to-riches comic parody of multi-level marketing and the ethics of sudden success. (USA) T. Justin Ross

Best in Show (2000)--mock docu-soap of competitors in a dog show. (USA) Christopher Guest

Bigger Than Tina (1999)--examines the ambition of a wildly untalented Melbourne singer-songwriter, trying to make the big-time. (Australia) Neil Foley

The Big Tease (1999)--a flamboyant Scottish hairdresser mistakes an invitation to attend a Hollywood stylist contest for an invitation to compete. (UK/USA) Kevin Allen

The Blair Witch Project (1999)--three student filmmakers vanish while making a documentary on a local urban legend. Only their horrific footage is found. (USA) Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sanchez

Bob Roberts (1992)--satiric profile of a corrupt American right-wing folksinger-turned-politician. (USA/UK) Tim Robbins

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)--a Kazakh documentary filmmaker attempts to understand American culture, as he travels the country. (USA) Larry Charles

Born in the Wrong Body (Geboren in een verkeerd lichaam) (1995)--a Dutch, white, heterosexual man discovers that he is actually a member of an African tribe, and undergoes behavioral training, therapy, and physical reconfiguration in his quest for "racial reassignment." (Netherlands) Arjan Ederveen

Bottomfeeders (2001)--a political campaign volunteer uses Spam to make a point, and upsets the political system. (USA) Brian Price

Boyz Unlimited (1999)--a televised boy band spoof series. (UK) Liddy Oldroyd

Brass Eye (1997)--a series of seven documentary television episodes which satirize the media and its responses to various crimes and social ills. (UK) Michael Cumming

The Burkittsville 7 (2000)--a companion piece to the Blair Witch Project, in which an archivist revisits the story of a hermit thought to have murdered seven children. (USA) Ben Rock

The Buried Secret of M. Night Shyamalan (2004)--a documentarian discovers that the acclaimed director's supernatural films are autobiographical. (USA) Nathaniel Kahn

Bye Bye Belgium (2006)--a fake television special report that Flanders has left the Belgian kingdom. …

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