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Abstract : The documentary movie is particularly opened towards the other one and its environment. It offers a better knowledge of a situation and so allows to understand it better (Niney, on 2000 and 2002). At the time of the exchanges during the shooting in front of the camera as during the debate at the end of the projection, this film genre enters a participative dynamics by the local and global social representations which evoke a shape of cinematic ecology. In the documentary series " to Live in the territory ", realized in 4 cities of the South of France during a few years to measure it the urban and human evolutions, the movies propose a shape of sustainable cultural development by developing the social representations, for the inhabitants of cities as for the spectators. They question the report between culture and nature through the way a population can live in its environment (Berque, on 2010), to know practical and symbolic representation (Descola, on 2005).
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Natacha Cyrulnik. le documentaire, vers une écologie filmique.... Registres, revue d'études théâtrales, 2018. ⟨hal-01872282⟩



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