They Must Be Represented: The Politics of Documentary

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Index
Note: References are to documentaries in United States, except where otherwise indicated.
Abbott, Berenice66
ABC see Roots
Acconci, Vito184, 185
Adorno, Theodor79
Adventure Magazine91
advertising: photographs 211; vérité 205
Africa18, 25
African, The ( Courlander) 145
African-Americans 8, 44, 99, 134; gay 1 (see also Paris Is Burning); history see Roots
Agee, James70, 84; see also Let Us Now Praise Famous Men
agency 26-7; audience 1-2
aggression, maps of 15, 157-215; see also ethnographies; nationalism; video vérité
Akermann, Chantal209
Alexander, William94
Allegories of Cinema (James) 163-4
Althusser, Louis3, 8, 23, 27, 134
American Exodus ( Taylor) 79, 86-7
American Dream ( Kopple) 2, 76
American Family, An ( Gilbert and PBS) 14, 20-21, 130-42 passim, 145-6, 148, 151, 154, 157
American Photographer 53
American Playhouse 137
analytical documentaries 22-3
anarchists 185-6
And Their Children After Them53
Anderson, Benedict104, 201
Angel of History concept 11, 16, 26, 32, 206, 214
Ano, Equipo Tercer22
Anselmo ( Strand) 165-6
Antonio, Emile de27
Araneta, Gemma Cruz113, 123-4
Arbus, Diane133
Armstrong, Nancy7, 58, 59, 66
arrogance of photographers 68, 70
Artificial Paradise ( Strand) 167
audience 7, 8; agency 1-2
Aufderheide, Pat196
Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War 119
Authors Take Sides on Vietnam ( Cecil Woolf and Bagguley) 119, 127-8
autobiography 3, 57-8, 63-4
automobile workers 13
avant-garde 163-4, 184
Baader, Andreas183, 187
Bagguley, Johnsee Authors Take Sides on Vietnam
Balabanoff, Angelica184
balls, drag see Paris Is Burning
barbarism viii
Barry, Kathleen160
Barthes, Roland6, 35, 87, 102, 136, 206
Battle of Algiers, The ( Pontecorvo) 159, 180-82, 202
Battle of Chile, The ( Guzman and Ano) 22-3
Battleship Potemkin ( Eisenstein) 96
Bazin, André24
Beale, Edie and Edie136
Beauvoir, Simone de176
Beecher Stowe, Harriet71
Behind the Green Door ( Mitchell) 169
Behn, Aphra114

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