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FOCUS ON PRODUCTION COMPANIES/SPRING EDITION: Digital Dogma

In March '95, four Danish filmmakers-including the renowned director Lars von Trier and the filmmaker-on-the-verge Thomas Vinterberg-outlined a manifesto called Dogme 95 (dogme is translated in English as "dogma"): a set of 10 rules that sounded a polemical wake-up call in the world of...

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