Dogme

noun
  1. a group of Danish film-makers, formed by Lars von Trier and Thomas Vinterberg, who have a set of strict rules, such as not using artificial lighting, always filming on location, and always using a hand-held camera

Word Origin for Dogme

Danish: literally, dogma
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