Future of documentaries: Intimate, cinematic storytelling

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    Vice President of Discovery Inc., Vikram Channa shared his perspective on what are the new trends in documentary filmmaking and gave his advice to young Chinese documentary makers with CGTN Digital after the International Television Cooperation in the New Era forum at the 27th Shanghai TV Festival (STVF) in Shanghai on June 7.

    The STVF sponsored by the National Radio and Television Administration, China Media Group (CMG) and Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, holds on June 6-10.

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