“In France, cinema is widely referred to as “the seventh art”, along with architecture, sculpture, painting, dance, music and poetry. “Seventh art” is not a phrase one hears often in Britain, or America for that matter. But, in France, they view cinema as a form of artistic expression, worthy of study and discussion.”
June 1, 2010
Explaining the French Passion for Film
The Telegraph (UK) 05/30/10
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