- adj. Of or pertaining to an art house or art houses.
“It accounts for its painful repression, detached tone and slow-brewing momentum more common in Japanese art-house cinema, a close counterpart being Nobuhiro Suwa's "A Perfect Couple.”
“I'm asking, because I've been meaning to watch a decent Russian movie for a while now, and I just don't know how to make a selection - I fear that those nominated for best foreign feature Oscar will disappoint me, I want a normal and entertaining Russian flick, not another European art-house creation: P Any pieces of advice?”
“Clearly very much in the elliptical/modernist traditional of European art-house.”
“Yet Truffaut has appeared to some as an example of a dreary art-house officialdom, as though his work was there to browbeat you into taking it as Great Art.”
“Mr. Demey is pursuing two key markets: the art-house theater audience and Chinese Americans.”
“A longtime programmer who has worked with seemingly every art-house and nonprofit cinema institution in New York, Mr. Privett looks for ways to restore magic to the moviegoing experience.”
“I also just (and I mean just -- I read the last page before coming over to type this) read the graphic novel adaptation of Waltz With Bashir, the art-house animated film about Israeli's first (i.e. 1982) war with Lebanon that got an Academy Award nomination but didn't win.”
“While these kinds of films did make money at first, the formula was not stable, and people quickly began abandoning these blockbuster pictures for the independent art-house films that started springing up at Sundance and Cannes.”
“Enough with the art-house flicks no one watches, some complained, it's time to honor the films we actually like.”
“And we make different kinds of films, big mainstream films in different languages and really art-house stuff, indie kind of films being made, so there is no one kind of cinema that we make in India.”
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