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Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

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Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)
The Story of the Free Cinema films told by their makers.

479.2 MB | 0:43:09 | English with English s/t | XviD, 1310 Kb/s | 608x464

Highly influential in cinema history, the Free Cinema movement not only reinvented documentary in the 1950s but also spearheaded the British New Wave of social-realist feature films. A 43-minute documentary with a special collection of rarely seen films made in the spirit of Free Cinema, as well as interviews, clips, and previously unpublished stills.

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Free Cinema not only re-invented British documentary making, but this highly influential period in the country's cinema history was the precursor for the better known British New Wave of social-realist films in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Diabolik

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

The term Free Cinema was coined by critic and film-maker Lindsay Anderson, when he, Karel Reisz, Tony Richardson and Lorenza Mazzetti screened a programme of their short films at the National Film Theatre on 5 February 1956. Diabolik

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

"Every beard and duffle coat in London, every urchin-cut and pair of jeans seemed to converge on the National Film Theatre on South Bank last night. Queues of cinema enthusiasts, even longer than during the Festival of Britain, stood in the drizzle for hours in the hope of seeing three short films [that] in four days have become the talk of the town" reported the Evening News. Diabolik

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

The screening was so successful that five more programmes followed until 1959, featuring films by both young British and foreign filmmakers. The films were 'free' in the sense that they were made outside the framework of the film industry, and that their statements were entirely personal . They had in common not only the conditions of their production (shoestring budget, unpaid crew) and the equipment they employed (usually hand-held 16mm Bolex cameras), but also a style and attitude and an experimental approach to sound. Diabolik

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Christophe Dupin-Small is Beautiful (2006)

Mostly funded by the British Film Institute's Experimental Film Fund, they featured ordinary, mostly working-class people at work and play, displaying a rare sympathy and respect, and a self-consciously poetic style. Diabolik