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A documentary is an artistic compilation, typically in film form, used to convey non-fictitious information for a mix of educational or entertainment purposes. The term "documentary" often implies truthfulness, but this is sometimes not the case.
- Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed is a documentary about the liberal censorship of intelligent design. Expelled is hosted by Ben Stein.
- Sicko, by Michael Moore, a documentary written to impugn the American healthcare system.
- Fahrenheit 9/11, by Michael Moore, a documentary written as an assault to the Bush administration.
- Schlockumentary, a slang term referring to documentaries based on junk science.
- Mockumentary, a fictional work in the form of a documentary.
- Liberal bias, as many documentaries have a decidedly liberal slant.