drama-doc

drama-doc

n
(Broadcasting) informal a film which combines fact and fiction
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drama-doc

[ˈdrɑːmədɒk] drama-documentary N [ˈdrɑːməˌdɒkjʊˈmentərɪ]docudrama m
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THIS fab sounding drama-doc marks the 60th anniversary since India gained independence from the UK.
In parts a drama-doc, it uses the testimonies of survivors, victims' families and emergency workers.
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One highly-charged drama-doc about the events of Bloody Sunday is better than none.
Her work stretches from regular small screen work, such as Mrs Rose in BBC1's costume drama Cranford to Margaret Thatcher in Channel 4's drama-doc series The Queen, to acclaimed roles at the National and Royal Court theatres.
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THESE drama-doc affairs often feel like they really belong on radio, with the pictures tacked on as an after-thought.
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It's prepping a drama-doc version of "Unreasonable Behavior," the memoirs of war photographer Don McCullin; and a dramatic feature based on Bernard Hare's autobiographical book "Urban Grimshaw and the Shed Crew," about a group of feral kids living wild in Leeds.
"People weren't used to the idea of a woman having her husband executed for her to achieve power," explains one of the very entertaining Russian experts on this drama-doc. "If she'd done it for her son they could have understood it - but to do it for herself was a little excessive."