art film

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art film

n.
A film intended to be a serious artistic work, often experimental and not designed for mass appeal.

art′ film`


n.
a motion picture made primarily for aesthetic reasons rather than commercial profit.
[1925–30]
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Anyway, I decided to go to an arthouse cinema, because I thought it would make me feel more grownup about going to see a film about a man who dresses up in a bullet-proof panther suit and flies spaceships in a society where women get to do cool stuff without anybody commenting on it.
Anyway, I decided to go to an arthouse cinema, because I thought it would make me feel more grown-up about going to see a film about a man who dresses up in a bullet-proof panther suit and flies spaceships in a society where women get to do cool stuff without anybody commenting on it.
The multi-platform site, long known for live theatre, music, comedy and song, celebrates its 30th anniversary with a state-ofthe-art auditorium, giving Halifax its first bonafide arthouse cinema.
But since the Tyneside became an arthouse cinema in the 1960s (outmoded word - the Tyneside is now an independent cinema) there have been some impressive women in charge.
Opening in 1993 with three intimate auditoriums, it was the region's first arthouse cinema, introducing thousands of residents and visitors to first-run screenings of top independent and foreign films--most of which are not available at any other regional movie theaters.
mx), an arthouse cinema, rooftop bar, and handmade goods pop-up shop all in one.
From France, I will proceed to Switzerland, to attend a benefit screening of 'Ma' Rosa' at the Arthouse Cinema Alba in Zurich on May 24.
If she lands the role, then it might get her acting abilities noticed in the arthouse cinema circuit across the globe.
She took a job at a Brooklyn arthouse cinema and was so passionate about the work that she researched cinema ownership opportunities around the country.
He wrote that it was a languid attempt at European arthouse cinema that "will prove once again that even the biggest names in the world won't draw an audience to something that, in and of itself, has no reason for being.