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  • proper n. a movement whose goal is to instill a sense of simplicity into filmmaking by using hand-held cameras, location, no music etc


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  • Surely one of the tenets of Dogme is that what we are interested in is the learning process and the individuals involved, and the interaction that takes place in a classroom may be sparked off by a whole series of factors.

    C is for Coursebook (by Lindsay Clandfield) « An A-Z of ELT

  • Beyond the ‘processing’ benefits for students, as a teacher I found this was brilliant for me as well in terms of observing and dealing with communication strategies and emergent language (different but related issue: one reason I think a lot of teachers would struggle with an approach like Dogme is that they too struggle with the processing time required to deal with communication patterns, strategies and emergent language – so writing helps slow things down to a manageable level for teachers as well!).

    C is for Communicative « An A-Z of ELT

  • Some people say that Dogme is something that’s always been there – probably it has.

    D is for Dogme « An A-Z of ELT

  • Other teachers in developing countries don’t have that guidance, help and support, because there aren’t any textbooks at all, and Dogme is their default methodology.

    C is for Coursebook (by Lindsay Clandfield) « An A-Z of ELT

  • With regards to Simon’s claim that Dogme is ‘anti-diluvian’, I would dare to suggest that the notion of learner centred classrooms and learner driven content are relatively recent ones and not ones that can be traced back too far in time.

    C is for Coursebook (by Lindsay Clandfield) « An A-Z of ELT

  • It wasn't until she joined in a bizarre Danish cinema movement called Dogme 95 that she found international success.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • I suppose it could be a kind of Dogme online thing, but it could be quite a lot of work for the teacher … would it be paid extra?

    C is for Coursebook (by Lindsay Clandfield) « An A-Z of ELT

  • The film is done in so-called "Dogme" style, which precludes any specific props other than found props, special effects, or added music or sounds, other than those of the actors or occurring at the scene.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Lars von Trier is the founder of what’s called the Dogme 95 movement in film-making.

    BREAKING THE WAVES « FranksFilms

  • If mainstream movies become too heavy with CGI, someone will come along with a new version of Dogme 95 or whatever and bring back the use of real actors.

    Matthew Yglesias » Movie Stars’ Declining Real Wages


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