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Claude Lelouch, Jean-Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut, Louis Malle e Roman Polanski

Claude Lelouch, Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut, Louis Malle and Roman Polanski, Cannes 1968 May Students revolts - the young generation of film-makers came to Cannes to disrupt the Festival

FRENCH CINEMA:  Jean Cocteau, Francois Truffaut and Claude Chabrol.

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UCLA Film&TV Archive: Jean Cocteau, François Truffaut and Claude Chabrol at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival.

Claude Lelouch. “I see a film as a puzzle, with a beginning, middle, and end, but I like to start at the end sometimes. I start with sequences that stimulate the viewer’s intelligence and emotions. You have to strike hard from the beginning and create a depressurizing zone between the viewer’s own life and the one onscreen.”

Claude Lelouch. “I see a film as a puzzle, with a beginning, middle, and end, but I like to start at the end sometimes. I start with sequences that stimulate the viewer’s intelligence and emotions. You have to strike hard from the beginning and create a depressurizing zone between the viewer’s own life and the one onscreen.”

Jean Seberg. Loving Tribune. Through the lens of Raymond Cauuchetier.

Jean Seberg with the famous pixie haircut in a Parisian Cafe, ‘A Bout de Souffle’.

Paul Newman, The Actor's Studio, 1955 by Eve Arnold       He already stood out by turning his chair around and listening attentively.

Paul Newman, The Actor's Studio, 1955 // photo by Eve Arnold

Francis Coppola, Irvin Kershner, Akira Kurosawa, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Carroll Ballard at Coppola's house in San Francisco, 1980.

Francis Ford Coppola Irvin Kershner Akira Kurosawa Steven Spielberg George Lucas and Carroll Ballard at Coppola’s house in San Francisco 1980

EL CINÉFILO: ARTÍCULOS DE CINE N° 20 - "La Nouvelle Vague sigue...

EL CINÉFILO: ARTÍCULOS DE CINE N° 20 - "La Nouvelle Vague sigue...

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