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Remodernist film developed in the United States and England in the late 1990s and early 21st century and is related to the British art movement Stuckism and its manifesto, Remodernism.

Remodernist film calls for a return to emotional and spiritual meaning in cinema, as well as an emphasis on narrative structure and subjectivity. Elements of French New Wave, No Wave Cinema, expressionist and transcendental filmmaking helped lead to this new film movement. They champion the works of Yasujiro Ozu, Robert Bresson, F.W. Murnau, Jean-Luc Godard, Wong Kar-wai, David Lynch, Amos Poe and Nicholas Ray among others.

The first Remodernist films and filmmakers included Youngblood (1995) by Harris Smith, Shooting at the Moon (1998-2003) by Jesse Richards and Nicholas Watson, and Medway Bus Ride (1999) by Wolf Howard .

A collective of filmmakers and photographers called Remodernist Film and Photography was founded by Richards and Smith in 2004, although the idea of Stuckism in relation to filmmaking and photography had been active since 2001 when Richards and Nicholas Watson began releasing work as The New Haven Stuckists Film Group.

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