The importance of cooperation between journalism and cinematography is best observed in their differences. Journalism deal with, or is supposed to deal with, facts without emotions and personal interpretation. Art or film deal with such facts by determining the angle from which events and people are represented. Film, just like journalism, does not have the right to manipulate the facts for political reason, because that would lead to film and journalism becoming propaganda, which has nothing to do with movie or art. Journalism and art together can contribute to revealing the truth about some event. Journalism influences the creative process of investigation. It’s important to know that journalism cannot pretend to be a film, and that artists need to have a certain distance and different angle of looking at journalistic report but also to give the facts the artistic reason and emotion.