The independent documentary is a genre that attracts its share of controversy. But today it seems virtually an endangered species, acutely affected by changing patterns of funding, exhibition and broadcast which, in turn, have curtailed innovative styles and difficult subject matter. In short, what is the future of a form that, at its best, alters our vision and understanding of the world?
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