Don't Try This At Home: From Dogma to Dogville (Full Movie - Documentary - 2006)

'Don't Try This At Home: From Dogma to Dogville' is the story of the Mini DV revolution that occurred in independent film-making in the late 1990's.
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Directed by Matthias Maass, this movie focuses on three of the most important cameramen of the period: Anthony Dod Mantle, Benedict Neuenfels and Robby Mueller. These men can rightfully be credited as the fore-runners today's independent and art-house cinema.
Robby Mueller is reknowned for his breathtaking art work in the movies of Jim Jarmusch and Wim Wenders, as well as for the scandal he created with his work on "Breaking the Waves." He shot his debut feature film, 'My Brother Tom', with an amateur camera, a technique which was repeated in his subsequent films, including Michael Winterbottom's '24 Hour Party People.'

Anthony Dod Mantle worked in a variety of films across a vast range of artistic approaches, from his break in the industry with 'The Feast' to his later work on films like '28 Days Later' and 'Dogville'. His camera image design for 'Slumdog Millionaire' fetched him the Academy Award in 2009.

The German cinematographer Benedict Neuenfels belongs to the younger generation of cameramen in German. As someone who is always in search of new artistic methods and approaches he has been responsible for controversies with 'The Rock', as well as competing for the Golden Bear at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival, before winning Best Foreign Film at the 2008 Academy Awards for his film 'The Counterfeiters'.

From Dogma to Dogville
Germany | 2006 | 65 min.
Languages available: EN, DE, ES
Genre: Documentary, Spanish
Director: Matthias Maaß
Cast: Anthony Dod Mantle, Benedict Neuenfels, Robby Müller

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