Independent Film is not as new a many people things. This movies, in the last decades, have had an important grow up in the movies industry because of the low budges but creative plot and scenes.
Scripts have highlighted the art films for being creative, alternative and out of what is habitual in Hollywood. It’s because of this features that some movies of the art house film has stand out between others becoming the best art film movies of all times.
- Andrei Rublev (Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky)
- Mulholland Drive (Directed by David Lynch)
- L’Atalante (Directed by Jean Vigo)
- Tokyo Story (Directed by Yasujirō Ozu)
- Citizen Kane (Directed by Orson Welles)
- A Clockwork Orange (Directed by Stanley Kubrick)
- Days of Heaven (Directed by Terrence Malick)
- Fanny and Alexander (Directed by Ingmar Bergman)
- The White Ribbon (Directed by Michael Haneke)
- The Gospel According to Saint Matthew (Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Art Film of All Times
Stanley Kubrick was A Clockwork Orange director. This film from 1971, talks takes place in a futuristic society ruled by a strict government, which applies many restrictions on citizens.
Alex is the main character of this movie that created a gang of criminals, terrorizing the society with acts of rape, violence, and robbery with other teenage that answer by the name of Dim, Pete, and Georgie in the movie. Nadsat is language called spooked for Alex, which is a mix of both Russian and Cockney English. It’s part of the amazing and different facts that converge in this story really iconic for the art house film.