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Author: Richard Kelly
Publisher: London ; New York : Faber and Faber, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In March 1995, mercurial Danish director Lars von Trier decided to follow in the giant steps of Jean-Luc Goddard and start a 'new wave' of avant-garde film. He and three comrades issued a swingeing Manifesto, and a 10-point 'Vow of Chastity' designed to enable the making of simpler, more truthful, less boring movies. At first, cynics in the film business refused to take it seriously. But five years on, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Kelly
ISBN: 0571203329 9780571203321
OCLC Number: 45485047
Notes: " ... an account of the production of a documentary entitled The name of this film is Dogme95"--Page ix.
Description: ix, 230 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: The author's confession --
An insider speaks out: Mogens Rukov & Dogme's labour pains --
Ragged glory: Cannes & Dogme's fiery baptism --
Comparing the lies to find the truth: Dogme's forward march --
Tools for intimacy: Jean-Marc Barr & Lovers --
Millennial anxieties: D-Day, and the view from Kristian Levring's cutting-room --
Downtown#1: Reconsidering The Idiots, and hunting Harmony --
'Cool Denmark!' --
Inside film city: Lars Bredo Rahbek & Nimbus Film --
'It's a political movement': Peter Aalbaek Jensen & Zentropa --
'Money for sandwiches, ' and more: Mikael Olsen & the Danish Film Institute --
'You're talking serious decomposition here': Anthony Dod Mantle & shooting Dogme-style --
'A spit in the eye of Danish tradition': Thomas Vinterberg & Festen --
Properly primitivist painting: Lone Scherfig & Dogme DK 5 --
A night on the tiles, with Pink Poison and Porno-Lasse --
'It's all painful ... ': Lars von Trier & The Idiots --
'That's sport, right?': Soren Kragh-Jacobsen & Mifune --
Paprika Steen: the Deneuve of Dogme95 --
'The fine thing we found': Bodil Jorgenson & life among The Idiots --
Ewen Bremner's leap of faith --
Downtown#2: Dogmatic post-production, and prize-winning Hollywood whoredom --
'What the explosion would look like': Harmony Korine & Julien Donkey-Boy --
Downtown#3: Wonderful, wonderful high taxation --
'Is this the promised end?': Kristian Levring & The King is Alive --
The author's conclusion.
Other Titles: Dogme95
Responsibility: Richard Kelly.
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A spectre is haunting world cinema - the spectre of a Danish 'new wave' led by mercurial director Lars Von Trier.  Read more...

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"A hearty attempt to make sense of Dogme . . . [and] . . . an engaging documentary."--"Premiere" "At last, the perfect documentary for cineastes and fans of Danish cinema."--"Hollywood Reporter"

 
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