Examples of docudrama in a Sentence
They are making a docudrama about the controversial court case.
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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.
But this shapeless play loses rather than gathers steam, ultimately seeming more like a docudrama patchwork with messy stitching than a satisfying, fully realized theatrical work.
With the docudrama Selma and the documentary 13th, director Ava DuVernay has established herself as one of the foremost political filmmakers in the U.S.
Taylor is stepping into the shoes of the best-selling vocalist with her portrayal of Twain in this week's episode of The Price of Fame, a docudrama series that airs on the REELZ Channel this Sunday (Feb. 18, at 9pm ET / 6pm PT).
Olivia de Havilland's portrayal in Ryan Murphy's FX series Feud: Bette and Joan is bringing big picture questions about the rights of docudrama producers to stretch the truth to the attention of the California appeals court.
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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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