Definition[ edit ] In a review of a book on the history of cinephilia, Mas Generis writes: Post-war French cinephilia[ edit ] Perhaps the most notable cinephilic community of the 20th century was the one that developed in Paris in the decades following World War II. In general, the cinephiles of the period set a template for future like-minded groups by having keen enthusiasm for both older and contemporary films. The community fostered an interest in directors and films that had been neglected, forgotten or simply unknown in the West, and led to the development of the auteur theory. The directors the French cinephiles of the period had strong interests in included F.
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He was a missionary for 35 years in the Amazon area of South America. Primarily he worked with other artists, such as Doug Chafey and Bill Webb, but he sometimes did his own artwork. He also did a cartoon series for Biblical Evangelist magazine.
Nothing represented peace and love so much as a flower, and they were everywhere. Floral patterns were popular on tops and dresses, and flower patches adorned skirts and jeans. Real flowers were worn in the hair, and flower images were painted on the face. Hippies argued that in the face of ugliness in the world, it was important to display as much natural beauty as possible.