by Kevin Kelly
Publisher: KK.org 2007
Number of pages: 202
In this book the author offers rave reviews of 150 great true films. He define these non-fiction films as true films -- documentaries, educational films, instructional how-to's, and what the British call factuals -- a non-fiction visual account.
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