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Guerilla documentary filmmaking refers to a form of tactical research long-form docu-style filmmaking characterized by the combination micro budgets, skeleton crews, and using any-and-all resources, and locations available; researched and layered with the accrued government whistleblower documents, and subsequent coverup.
Guerrilla documentary filmmaking highlights the raw truth between humanity and technology. It is sourced from a variety of backgrounds, including but not limited to: R&D, The Study of Technological Innovations, Scientific Analysis, Government Contractors, and Government Funded Research (forgotten, lost, removed, and deleted). A tactical style of investigation, dedicated to the research and the inventions that made it possible.
by Omega_Mega_Megan_Sun November 4, 2021
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