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Dogme

(ˈdɒɡmɪ)
n
(Film) a group of Danish film-makers, formed by Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg, who have a set of strict rules, such as not using artificial lighting, always filming on location, and always using a hand-held camera
[Danish: literally, dogma]
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Liverpool Empire, Lime Street, 0844 871 3017 - to Sat, 25 May Festen is a stage adaptation by David Eldridge of Thomas Vinterberg's Cannes Jury Prize Winning Dogme film.
In the spirit of Dogme 95, "The Quwais Dictum," according to Phoenix Quwais himself, is his vow of chastity to govern his filmmaking style and set himself apart from the monkey-see-monkey-doers that have saturated the business these days due to the digital filmmaking revolution.
Une sorte de voyage dans [beaucoup moins que]l'absurditan[beaucoup plus grand que] ou les comportements derriere les remparts des maisons n'ont rien a voir avec le dogme.
20 years ago, the big news in art-film circles was 'Dogme 95', a manifesto by Danish directors Lars Von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg calling for a new austerity: films with no music, no props, made with available light and a handheld camera.
Among many others topics, the work includes the opening of the first Scandinavian movie theaters, the development of censorship laws, and the Dogme 95 movement.
As such, the manifesto forms part of a more general paradigm shift in the ethical turn experienced in the field of the humanities from the 1980s onwards, as well as in a move away from elaborate production models towards cultural productions that attempted to forefront authenticity and honesty, an example of which would be Lars von Trier's Dogme 95 project, Fernandez suggests.
The following chapters discuss the broader field of digital cinema through discussions contrasting the degraded digital video (DV) aesthetic of Dogme 95s The Celebration (1998) with the common gateway interface (CGI)-laden, but seamlessly executed, The Phantom Menace (1999).
Deuxiemement, et par consequent, on ne dirige aucun membre vers un dogme ou certaines pratiques religieuses precisent.
On comprend ainsi la facon par laquelle le reglement de zonage etabli en 1961, et toujours en vigueur aujourd'hui, a vu ses 318 pages originelles passer au nombre de 994: c'est dire qu'a New York on prefere << modifier les regles quartier par quartier, regler les problemes les uns apres les autres, en suivant une approche progressive et cumulative plutot qu'en creant periodiquement un nouveau plan pour l'ensemble de la ville qui serait le dogme fige de son epoque >> (p.
Sit at a table, put some goggles on and you'll see some virtual food in a set-up created by Danish artists Mads Damsbo and Knattrup Jensen to explore a fraught family situation, Dogme style.
Despues de algunos trabajos sobre el modernismo (tesis de estado en 1962, Histoire, dogme et critique dans la crise moderniste) y el integrismo (Integrisme et Catholicisme integral), asi como sobre los sacerdotes obreros (Naissance des pretres-ouvriers), desarrolla--en paralelo con Jean-Marie Mayeur--un modelo de interpretacion del catolicismo postrevolucionario.