Dogme 95 is a film style developed by a group of Danish filmmakers in 1995. The style is characterized by a set of strict rules, including the use of handheld cameras, natural lighting
Cinema has been a medium for artists to express their thoughts, ideas and imagination for over a century. In its journey, it has seen many genres emerge, evolve and dissolve.
This article features recommendations from acclaimed film director Wes Anderson for those with discerning taste.
Australian New Wave: The Renaissance of Australian Cinema
Soviet Montage (1920s-1930s): A Cinematic Revolution
A Night of Intrigue and Perception - "Quante volte... quella notte" (1971)
Cinema Novo: The Brazilian Film Movement of the 1960s-1970s
A Daring Dive into Desire: "Contes immoraux" (1973)
The Cinema of Transgression is an underground film movement that emerged in the 1980s, characterized by its provocative and transgressive themes, low-budget production, and often shocking content.