As documentaries and fiction based on true crime have become increasingly popular with the rise of streaming services, filmmakers continue to push the traditional boundaries of non-fiction storytelling to capture audiences.
Inventing Anna, The Tinder Swindler, The Dropout, Mommy Dead and Dearest, Dopesick, Clark, Knutby, The Staircase. Quite a few titles, and all them very popular. But they do not come without criticism.
The stories of real-life people and factual/historical events can be just as exciting and thrilling as fictional stories – if you do it right. But the responsibilities of non-fiction filmmakers are not equal to those of a Hollywood filmmaker.
How are the boundaries between non-fiction and fiction balanced when you dramatize factual events and the lives of real people? How much are you allowed to twist the truth?
Genre-mixing is here to stay, so how do you declare your content? Do you even have to?
Join us for a discussion with Jesper Dalgaard, documentarist and film maker (Kandis for Livet), and Piodor Gustafsson, Director of Scripted Content, TV4 Media and C More.
1.30 PM – 2.00 PM
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