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  1. A great day recently over at Weaklings with experimental and avant-garde Japanese film:

    Japanese cinematic and artistic experiments gained an international recognization during the 1950s. The excitement and attention was noticed in Europe and especially in France through articles and critics published in “les Cahiers du cinema”. The future characters of the “Nouvelle Vague” were already praising the potentials of the content and the form of those Japanese images. As a consequence, the number of films produced, and the cinema audience reached a peak in the 1960s and emerged as long as the Japanese new wave movement, major avant garde filmmakers and fine artist such as Takahiko iimura: and Toshio Matsumoto moving from documentary into fiction film, to experimental videos.

  1. 34 notesTimestamp: Tuesday 2013/01/08 10:24:11Source: cooperThe WeaklingsExperimental Videofilm
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