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Raymond Depardon 1969 François TRUFFAUT and Jean-Pierre CARGOL on the set of "l'enfant sauvage"

Raymond Depardon 1969 François TRUFFAUT and Jean-Pierre CARGOL on the set of "l'enfant sauvage"

A part of this viewing list: Criterion Collection Spine Jean-Luc Godard's Bande à part. Bande à part is only loosely a gangster film, only loosely a noir,

M. Hulot's Holiday (dir. Jacques Tati, 1953).

Jacques Tati – Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday A favorite French movie full of sight gags, irony and inimitable warmth and charm, not dissimilar to Robert Doisneau’s photographs.

Jean-Pierre Léaud  dans le film de François Truffaut  "Domicile conjugal"1970

Jean-Pierre Léaud dans le film de François Truffaut "Domicile conjugal"1970

François Truffaut par Raymond Cauchetier sur le plateau de L'amour à / Antoine et Colette de Vingt 1962

Francois Truffaut on the roof of a van, rue Lemercier, Paris (Antoine Et Colette), French New Wave, photograph by Raymond Cauchetier

Lente Creativo “Sympathy for the devil” (1968)

Nabokov Project on ReverbNation - Thank you for becoming a fan - "Fragments" is a great song and love your name

Filming the Black Panthers in a junkyard piled high with rusted cars for the sequences that are interspersed throughout One Plus One (aka Sympathy for the Devil), the 1968 film Godard filmed in London with The Rolling Stones

In tribute to the great French New Wave cinematographer Raoul Coutard, who has died aged we republish this 1965 reminiscence about how he learnt to ‘keep it simple’, Godard-style.

Monsieur Hulot's Holiday / original title: Les vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953, Jacques Tati)

Monsieur Hulot's Holiday / original title: Les vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953, Jacques Tati)

Jour de fête de Jacques Tati (1949) - Analyse et critique du film - DVDClassik

Jour de fête de Jacques Tati (1949) - Analyse et critique du film - DVDClassik

Trafic - Jacques Tati

Trafic - Jacques Tati

Mon Oncle (1958)

Mon Oncle directed by Jacques Tati: Jacques Tati’s multi-award-winning third feature is another satirical assault on the twin targets of efficiency and the modern world which confirmed his reputation as the foremost comic artist of his day.