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Dogma 95

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDogma 95Dogma 95 // (also Dogme 95)  a style of filmmaking started in 1995 by the Danish film directors Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg. The Dogme movement wants films to be more about the story and the actors' performances rather than about special effects. The Dogme directors believe that films should obey certain rules such as being shot on location and not in a studio, and that handheld cameras should always be used.
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