Italian for Beginners ( Danish: Italiensk for begyndere) is a 2000 feature film directed by Lone Scherfig. The film stars Anders W. Berthelsen, Lars Kaalund and Peter Gantzler. The film complies with several aesthetic principles of Dogme 95, including use of hand-sized cameras and natural lighting. However, since Italian for Beginners has elements of a romantic comedy, it flouts the stereotype of art films. ...more on Wikipedia about "Italian for Beginners"
Julien Donkey-Boy (1999) is the sixth film to be made under the self-imposed rules of the Dogme 95 manifesto. It is directed by Harmony Korine, and it is the first non-European (and first English-language) film to be made under the Dogme 95 "vow of chastity". ...more on Wikipedia about "Julien Donkey-Boy"
Mifune's Last Song ( Danish: Mifunes sidste sang Swedish: Mifune), 1999, is the third film to be made according to the Dogme 95 rules. It is directed by Søren Kragh-Jacobsen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mifune"
The Celebration (original Danish title: Festen) ( 1998) is an acclaimed Danish movie, directed and written by Thomas Vinterberg, which centers around the resolving of deep family issues. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Celebration"
The Idiots ( Danish: Idioterne) is a 1998 Danish film directed by Lars von Trier. It is his first film made in compliance with the Dogme '95 Manifesto, and it is known as Dogme #2. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Idiots"
The King Is Alive (2000) is the fourth film to be done according to the Dogme 95 rules. It is directed by Kristian Levring. ...more on Wikipedia about "The King is Alive"
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