Dogme 95 and disabled identity on film

  title={Dogme 95 and disabled identity on film},
  author={Thomas R. Britt},
  journal={Journal of Visual Art Practice},
  pages={291 - 304}
  • T. Britt
  • Published 1 January 2013
  • Art
  • Journal of Visual Art Practice
ABSTRACT Dogme 95 was a film and video movement that energized Danish film production and provoked reams of publicity and criticism. The conceit of the movement was to rail against aesthetic considerations and to make films in a uniform fashion; to move beyond tired formalism and find freedom within a rigid set of self-imposed rules. Two works produced during the initial years of the movement—Lars von Trier's Idioterne (1998) and Harmony Korine's Julien Donkey-Boy (1999)—remain significant for… 


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