Examples of docudrama in a Sentence
They are making a docudrama about the controversial court case.
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Watching Three Identical Strangers, I was reminded of Errol Morris’s recent Netflix docudrama series, Wormwood, another slow-burn thriller about a conspiracy and a cover-up.
An article last Sunday about the actress Olivia de Havilland’s lawsuit against FX and Ryan Murphy Productions over her portrayal in a docudrama rendered incorrectly the name of a video game.
Greyman A true-story docudrama just waiting to be told and recorded for history.
The result was The Laramie Project, a 2000 docudrama that juxtaposes the facts of the Shepard case with the Tectonic ensemble's own evolving perspectives on small-town America.
Boomers, on the other hand, know well the story told in this sturdy new docudrama.
Without Bourbon Street, New Orleans would be a PBS docudrama.
Depending on its outcome, the de Havilland case could set a precedent for what docudramas can and can't do in terms of storytelling.
This docudrama, opening at St. Ann’s Warehouse on March 12, tells the true story of the 2015 student movement to remove a statue of Cecil Rhodes, one of the architects of apartheid, from its prominent and provocative perch on campus.
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DOCUDRAMA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of docudrama for English Language Learners
: a movie that is usually made for television and that tells a story about real events that have happened recently
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