A Documentary film is a nonfictional motion picture intended to document some aspect of reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction or maintaining a historical record.
Some documentary films provide us with educational information about things that aren't well-known. Others tell detailed stories about important people, companies and/or events. Whatever subject you choose, filming a documentary can be a serious undertaking.
The essential element of a good documentary is simply, the story. Documentaries are an excellent way to share information, increase knowledge and educate others.
Making a document is very effective way to tell a story that is based on facts. Also when it is in a video form, the story will be better understood and appreciated.
Document will always tell the truth. Good documentaries can contrast content from many sources which makes it highly reliable. The documentary adds value to the general discussion by bringing in new information, identifying unrecognized problems, providing or suggesting new solutions, or offering a unique perspective.
Typically documentary films are based on facts and history, and that makes them honest and trustworthy. Seeing facts, can eliminate many myths and superstitions about the issue.
The document impacts the audience in a positive way and expresses a distinct point of view and draws a reasonable and satisfying conclusion from the information provided.
Video is effective way to share your story to the audience.