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date: 19 May 2022

film movement 

Source:
A Dictionary of Film Studies
Author(s):

Annette Kuhn,

Guy Westwell

In literature and the arts, a movement is a group that shares similar ideas about style, aesthetics, or cultural‐political objectives; and agrees on methods of furthering these. In cinema, a number of movements have emerged in this way from the declared artistic and political goals of filmmakers: ... ...

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