All posts tagged "Jean-Luc Godard"
Blow by Blow: How Francois Truffaut and His New Wave Contemporaries Deconstructed FilmmakingFebruary 6, 2018
As one of the founding fathers of the French New Wave, Francois Truffaut used cinema to...
“You Either Are an Actor or You Aren’t an Actor:” An Interview with Isabelle HuppertNovember 16, 2016
Good fortune and strategic diligence. Those, says Isabelle Huppert, are the key ingredients to a long,...
Criterion Crash Course
Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons From Criterion’s The Story of the Last ChrysanthemumSeptember 13, 2016
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A...
Articles - Directing
The 25 Most Influential Directors of All Time, From Scorsese to KubrickJuly 7, 2002
Martin Scorsese. Stanley Kubrick. Alfred Hitchcock. As time passes, new models inevitably emerge. In art, politics and...
The French New Wave Revisited: Today’s Moviemakers Reflect on the Old Guard of InnovatorsJuly 3, 2002
Some 40-plus years ago a gifted band of moviemakers—celebrated the world over as the French ‘New...