Cinema: New Wavelet

Movies, now more than 50 years old, are going through a major change of life.

When television tore into the movie market, most of the big Hollywood studios dissolved into a clutter of independent producers and corporate stars. But Hollywood's economic revolution soon developed into a worldwide revolution of another kind. In France and Poland, a band of gifted and dedicated young moviemakers, inspired by the example of Italy's neo-realists and Sweden's Ingmar Bergman, plunged into a daring and promising renovation of the art of film. Working on tiny budgets without benefit of...

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