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art film

[ ahrt-film ]
/ ˈɑrt ˌfɪlm /
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noun

a movie made primarily for aesthetic reasons rather than commercial profit, often of an experimental nature or having an unconventional or highly symbolic content, aimed typically at a limited audience.

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Also called art house film [ahrt-hous-film], /ˈɑrt ˈhaʊs ˌfɪlm/, art house mov·ie [ahrt-hous-moo-vee] /ˈɑrt ˈhaʊs ˌmu vi/ .

Origin of art film

First recorded in 1925–30
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