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Cinq minutes de cinéma pur (1926) DVD

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Cinq minutes de cinéma pur (1926) 


 Henri Chomette

The first known use of the term "pure cinema" was in the 1920s in France by the filmmaker Henri Chomette. He used this term, which in French is "cinema pur", in reference to his 2 abstract short movies "Reflets de lumiere et de vitesse"(1925) and "Cinq minutes de cinema pur" (1926) in which he employed rhythm, light, motion, and composition in a non-representational way to create a unique aesthetic experience. He envisioned motion pictures as a independent, autonomous art form that could create new visions inconceivable outside of the union of the lens and motion picture film.

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