Remodernist Film

Remodernist film developed in the United States and the United Kingdom in the early 21st century with ideas related to those of the international art movement Stuckism and its manifesto, Remodernism. Key figures are Jesse Richards and Peter Rinaldi.

Read more about Remodernist Film:  Manifesto and Philosophy, History, Examples of Remodernist Films, See Also

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Remodernist Film - See Also
... with Wild Dogs Remodernism No Wave Cinema Underground film Stuckism Photography Postmodernist film ...
Remodernism - History
... the Stuckists declared themselves to be the first remodernist art group at a show The Resignation of Sir Nicholas Serota ... The same month the "Students for Stuckism" also gave "a Remodernist show and talk." The Institute of Remodernism was founded by Dr Khatereh Ahmadi ... group of creatives in Ireland, declared themselves remodernist ...
Art Manifesto - World Wide Web 1999–present - The Remodernist Film Manifesto 2008
... The manifesto proclaims a spiritual film to be "not about religion ... Spiritual film is really ALL about these moments" ... Japanese aesthetics in relation to the idea of Remodernist film "The Japanese ideas of wabi-sabi (the beauty of imperfection) and mono no aware (the awareness of the transience of things ...

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