art-house


Related to art-house: Art house film
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art-house

[ˈɑːthaʊs] ADJ [film] → de autor, de arte y ensayo
art-house cinema (= films) → cine m de autor, cine m de arte y ensayo; (= place) → cine m de arte y ensayo
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Napoleon Dynamite, an independent art-house comedy film written by Jared and Jerusha Hess, was low budget but enjoyed runaway success.
Here the duties of DoP have been adopted by the director's brother Osama, who prefers picturesque fixed-frame shots characteristic of classical European art-house fare.
We will now have access to the majority of the releases, and will continue to screen a diverse selection of mainstream, art-house and regular children's/family screenings at Galeri and will be looking to develop the programme over time.
The other is represented by art-house favourite Rahul Bose, who leaves you, well, drained.
This is a beautifully-made subtitled art-house film from American-Iranian visual artist Shirin Nashat.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- Film Movement is proud to announce a theatrical day-and-date iTunes indie movie release , truly achieving the company's mission of bringing the best in independent and art-house cinema to film fans across the country whether they live in metropolises or rural communities.
Dai beat more acclaimed rivals -- including Malaysian art-house director Tsai Ming-liang and Hong Kong's Clara Law as well as China's Guan Hu.
The program includes projections of the documentary, short-length films, premieres of new Kyrgyz films, as well as discussions on urgent aspects of art-house film development in Kyrgyzstan.
At the same time, fans of independent and art-house films would like to attract a theater of that type to the city.
Denys Arcand's Les Invasions barbares has proven itself to be the top Canadian movie in the art-house market.
The film appealed to audiences beyond the art-house crowds, breaking box office records in the process.
Moffatt's worst photographs, on the other hand, include her two recent series, "Fourth," 2001, pseudopainterly portraits printed on canvas of athlete losers, conceived in the wake of the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and "Invocations," 2000, a fluorescent-ink, overheated morass of swirling witches, lost children, and B-grade art-house movie starlets falling through the aesthetic safety net.