In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- There have been a number of docudramas detailing the exploits of black troops, or that have included them in various Civil War battle scenes.
- When real-life disasters hit, American movies tend to leave the hard work of analysis and healing to television docudramas, cable presentations and independent documentaries.
- Despite our misgivings about docudramas, we felt that the independence of public broadcasting was at stake.
- He has produced the literary equivalent of a docudrama.
- Now, thanks to a well-meaning TV movie from the USA Network, we get a historical docudrama about this flamboyant, fearless leader.
- During the Science Film Festival, documentaries and docudramas on scientists and science-related subjects are being screened.
- In Bouse's view, contemporary wildlife films should not be viewed as documentaries, but as docudramas.
- It has all the makings of a sitcom, or maybe a docudrama.
- Never mind the artistic values of dramatic license and creative interpretation that usually flow freely in such docudramas, both the good ones and the not-so-good.
- I would love to do a docudrama about her.
- So many people vowed to boycott sponsors of the biased docudrama that airing it on primetime TV became financially imprudent.
- As well as documentaries, this year's fest offers up a compelling docudrama on an infamous true story.
- The documentary features and docudramas produced and telecast turned out to be immensely beneficial to the student community.
- It was a good film, although it was obvious that the director had a story he wanted to tell, which makes it more of a docudrama than a documentary.
- Her story was already improved into a docudrama several years ago.
- Honestly, I don't see the film as being successfully neorealistic, but to call it a simple docudrama would disparage both the film and the director.
- The most notable thing about both episodes, in the context of a supposed docudrama, is that neither of them actually happened: they were both dreamed up by the scriptwriter.
- It's not in any way ‘real’, obviously - it's not a docudrama, it's not true-to-life.
- The other one I did was much more like a docudrama, where you took a real situation and told a story around that.
- James Dean radiated a furtive, brooding, fifties masculinity that two shows - a new docudrama and a feature film - try to decode.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.