DID YOU KNOW?
Anyone can produce a short documentary film nowadays. An article by Bryn Beausoleil tells that short-form documentary films continue rising. Especially in 2018’s cultural and technological landscape. This statement is further cemented by reports on the South by Southwest (SXSW). An annual film and music festival that begun in 1987 and held in Texas, Unites States. The advent of the internet and the popularity of filming devices paved the way. Moreover for digital contents to rise on different media platforms. This means more opportunities for indie actors and filmmakers.
From ‘dull and long’ to light-hearted and short, documentary films have won the hearts of the youth. This is true, especially in China. As observed by the China Netcasting Services Association's report. More people opt to watch free documentaries online. Some of the best documentaries are available on YouTube for free. If you've asked yourself the question "what to watch on YouTube?", this a good place to start. You get to watch something interesting and you learn something new at the same time. Even for a price, YouTube still has a good collection of documentaries to stream. On a similar note, documentaries now make up a higher percentage in the market. They currently take up 13% of all the movie releases. A mind-boggling question today would be “What drives the documentary competition?” The answer lies in the enthusiasm of people for rawness and nonfiction cinema.
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