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History French New Wave
Jean-Luc Godard
Breathless
Type of protagonist in Breathless
Anti-hero
famous french figure in cinema
Film by Jean-Luc Godard
Anti-hero
Protagonist that has characteristics that are not admirable
Jean-Luc Godard
famous french figure in cinema
Breathless
Film by Jean-Luc Godard
French New Wave
Auteur theory
Consistency Thesis
Important people
Alexandre Astruc
1940S and 50s-director is driving creative force. applies con…
is a director's work recognizable as their own?
Andre Bazin... Alexandre Astruc... Cahiers du Cinema (cinematic jou…
developed concept of the camera-stylo, "camera-pen"
Auteur theory
1940S and 50s-director is driving creative force. applies con…
Consistency Thesis
is a director's work recognizable as their own?
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French New Wave to Present
Cahiers du Cinema
Revue du Cinema
Writers for Cahiers
Auteur Theory
Notebooks of Cinema by Andre Bazin
Robert Bresson and Jean Cocteau
Jacques Rivette, Godard, Chabrol, and Truffaut
Director is central force of films, with personal style throu…
Cahiers du Cinema
Notebooks of Cinema by Andre Bazin
Revue du Cinema
Robert Bresson and Jean Cocteau
French New Wave
Some facts about French New Wave?
What are some trends that risen up fro…
What are some key directors of the Fre…
What are special about the people who…
- Technological Innovations... - Economic boom in Europe with an…
- French New Wave... - The Left Bank
- Jean - Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut, and Claude Chabrol
- They were cinephiles, and they were extremely knowledgeable…
Some facts about French New Wave?
- Technological Innovations... - Economic boom in Europe with an…
What are some trends that risen up fro…
- French New Wave... - The Left Bank
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French New Wave Film
French New Wave
What was French New wave influenced by?
Cahier du Cinema
Writers of Cahiers du Cinema
1950s - late 1960s... filmmakers were connected by interest in c…
Italian Neorealist film movement
Notebooks of cinema... magazines in 1951... developed by Revue du C…
Jacques Rivette... Jean-Luc Goddard, Claude Chabrol, ... Francois T…
French New Wave
1950s - late 1960s... filmmakers were connected by interest in c…
What was French New wave influenced by?
Italian Neorealist film movement
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French New Wave Cinema
Background
WWII
Blum-Byrnes agreement
Recovery
- Lumiere Brothers... - Biggest rival to US dominance
- German Occupied... - Filmmakers left country if could... - Ration…
Deal that forgave most French debt in return for enhanced tra…
- Slowly French filmmaking industry recovered -> mimic Hollyw…
Background
- Lumiere Brothers... - Biggest rival to US dominance
WWII
- German Occupied... - Filmmakers left country if could... - Ration…
French New Wave
French New Wave
Stagy
French New Wave Style
French New Wave Narrative
Early 1960s... Influenced by chairs du cinema... Big budget spectacle
visually dull but well written and well acted
denial of subjectivity
calls attention to the process of filmmaking
French New Wave
Early 1960s... Influenced by chairs du cinema... Big budget spectacle
Stagy
visually dull but well written and well acted
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French New Wave
Breakup of the Hollywood System
Ramifications for Art Cinema
Realism
Authorship
1948: "The Paramount... Decision"... • Problem was vertical... integra…
• a space for independents: small... theaters in big cities have…
•Causal links are more tenuous, looser. A breakdown... of clear…
• foregrounds the author as a structure... in the film's system.…
Breakup of the Hollywood System
1948: "The Paramount... Decision"... • Problem was vertical... integra…
Ramifications for Art Cinema
• a space for independents: small... theaters in big cities have…
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French New Wave
Truffaut
Godard
astruc
Cahiers du cinema
Jules and Jim (1962)
Breathless (1959/60)
French New Wave influence described as using "camera as pen"
a French film magazine that influenced the French New Wave, c…
Truffaut
Jules and Jim (1962)
Godard
Breathless (1959/60)
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french new wave
french new wave
origins (4)
principles (4)
characteristics (3)
1959-1964... -one of major youth cinema movements in post-war Eu…
-born of increasingly a-political youth culture of consumptio…
model from father of movement Andre Bazin... 1. auteur policy: d…
1. reflexive form: awareness of itself as movie, films that h…
french new wave
1959-1964... -one of major youth cinema movements in post-war Eu…
origins (4)
-born of increasingly a-political youth culture of consumptio…
French New Wave
Origins
Principles
Characteristics
Influence on post-war US films
Youth culture, rebellion against traditonal morality and reli…
Model from father of movement critic Andre Bazin. Directors v…
Awareness of itself as a movie. Draws attention to itself. Me…
Stylistic shift in 60's films. Used telephoto lenses.
Origins
Youth culture, rebellion against traditonal morality and reli…
Principles
Model from father of movement critic Andre Bazin. Directors v…
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French New Wave
Tradition of Quality
Tradition of Quality Characteristics
Ultimate Example of Tradition of Quality
Costume Dramas and Literary Adaptations
French Cinema of postwar era, Poetic Realist filmmakers in ex…
Commercialism, escapism(no reference to politico-historical r…
Costume dramas and literary adaptations
Has literariness: classic and contemporary canonical literatu…
Tradition of Quality
French Cinema of postwar era, Poetic Realist filmmakers in ex…
Tradition of Quality Characteristics
Commercialism, escapism(no reference to politico-historical r…
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French New Wave
Origins/Context
Auteur policy
Principles
Characteristics
devastation of WWII, call for change from students/youth, inf…
the director as a singular creative voice in expressing a per…
the auteur policy, subjective realism, appropriate mise-en-sc…
Reflexive film, draws attention to itself, ambiguity
Origins/Context
devastation of WWII, call for change from students/youth, inf…
Auteur policy
the director as a singular creative voice in expressing a per…
French New Wave
According to Truffaut, the director is…
Truffaut provocatively said: "(t)here…
The auteur theory, which was derived l…
Students enrolled in highscool
script to the director and the director simply adds the perfo…
only good and bad directors".
all audio and visual elements of the motion picture, is more…
increases from 1920-1960
According to Truffaut, the director is…
script to the director and the director simply adds the perfo…
Truffaut provocatively said: "(t)here…
only good and bad directors".
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French New Wave
Tradition of Quality
Characteristics of costume dramas
French New Wave
Who were the filmmakers in French New…
Characterized French cinema in post-war era... Scriptwriters and…
Set in studio sets... Lavish costumes... Flawless cinematography... Fo…
Offered creative freedom to new filmmakers... Functioned as a gr…
Cinema critics
Tradition of Quality
Characterized French cinema in post-war era... Scriptwriters and…
Characteristics of costume dramas
Set in studio sets... Lavish costumes... Flawless cinematography... Fo…
French New Wave
The French New Wave
Bazin
Cahiers Du Cinema
Camera Stylo
French filmmakers in the 50's-60's. ... Founder: Francois Truffa…
Film critic and theorist... Founder of Cahiers Du Cinema
French language film magazine... Founded 1951... Reinvented Film Cr…
Uses camera as a mean for personal expression... Becomes a means…
The French New Wave
French filmmakers in the 50's-60's. ... Founder: Francois Truffa…
Bazin
Film critic and theorist... Founder of Cahiers Du Cinema
French New Wave
Auter Theory
French cineastes (filmmakers, film cri…
"le cinema de papa"
Directors (w/ distinctive style, perso…
the director, who oversees all audio and visual elements of t…
-Truffaut... -Godard... -Chabrol... -Bazin
-boring old movies... -French cineastes were against it
-Ford, Welles, Lang, Hitchcock, Mann, Fuller, Ray, Sirk... -"the…
Auter Theory
the director, who oversees all audio and visual elements of t…
French cineastes (filmmakers, film cri…
-Truffaut... -Godard... -Chabrol... -Bazin
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French New Wave Quiz
Jean-Pierre Melville
Jean Rouch
Louis Malle
Les cashiers du cinema
-Used a minuscule budget, unknown actors, and limited crew ... -…
One of the first directors to employ lightweight handheld cam…
-Forefather of the French New Wave movement... -Debut film was E…
Founded by a group of young film critics under 30 - ... -Divulge…
Jean-Pierre Melville
-Used a minuscule budget, unknown actors, and limited crew ... -…
Jean Rouch
One of the first directors to employ lightweight handheld cam…
17 terms
French new wave
Superfans of cinema and filmmakers
what did cinephiles want to do
First academic journal that analyzes a…
they rejected : mannered, controlled c…
cinephiles
take cinema farther and experiment with cinema.
Cahier du cinema
FNW
Superfans of cinema and filmmakers
cinephiles
what did cinephiles want to do
take cinema farther and experiment with cinema.
The French New Wave
When did the French New Wave begin?
When was the First French New Film rel…
French New Wave was deeply influenced…
Filmmakers were connected by their int…
late 1950's until 1960's... **1958-1973 exactly. popularity dec…
1958 "La Beau Serge"
Italian neorealist film movement
Contemporary issues, rejection of traditional norms of storyt…
When did the French New Wave begin?
late 1950's until 1960's... **1958-1973 exactly. popularity dec…
When was the First French New Film rel…
1958 "La Beau Serge"
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French New Wave
French New Wave
Existentialism
"Tradition of Quality" films
Self-reflexivity
heavily influenced by Italian Neorealism
a kind of philosophy that questioned the nature of life - rec…
standard French studio system
films aware of themselves
French New Wave
heavily influenced by Italian Neorealism
Existentialism
a kind of philosophy that questioned the nature of life - rec…
French New Wave
Themes
Techniques
Elliptical editing
Characters
-Authority is to be distrusted ... -Political commitment is susp…
-Location shooting ... -Natural lighting ... -Direct sound... -Handhel…
Reminds you you're watching a film... -Irising... -Obtrusive camera…
-Often young and sexy... -Perform gratuitous actions... -Often cent…
Themes
-Authority is to be distrusted ... -Political commitment is susp…
Techniques
-Location shooting ... -Natural lighting ... -Direct sound... -Handhel…
15 terms
The French New Wave
Time Span
Influenced by
Cahiers du cinema
Developed
-(1950s-1960s)
Italian Neorealist Film Movement
-Notebooks of Cinema
Revue du Cinema(which included Robert Bresson, Jean Cocteau a…
Time Span
-(1950s-1960s)
Influenced by
Italian Neorealist Film Movement
French New Wave
Henri Langlois
Roberto Rossellini
Andre Bazin
Cahiers du Cinema
archivalist of french new wave
taught neorealist... production methods
later establishes Cahiers du Cinema, an anti- mainstream film…
an anti- mainstream film journal
Henri Langlois
archivalist of french new wave
Roberto Rossellini
taught neorealist... production methods
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French New Wave
Cinematheque Francaise
Henry Lanlgois
Andre Bazin
Jean Paul Sartre
well known alternative film institution
believed people focus on visual style... not narrative
film critic that established famous journal Cahiers du Cinema
French existenialism ... believed meaning is created by humans…
Cinematheque Francaise
well known alternative film institution
Henry Lanlgois
believed people focus on visual style... not narrative
The French New Wave
What was the French New Wave?
What cultural factors led to this?
What industrial factors led to this?
Francois Truffaut
A cinematic revolution from the late 1950s to 1960s. That poi…
Cahiers du Cinema and Alexander Astruc
CNC approval of first time film makers to funded based on com…
Most commercially successful... Jules et Jim 1961 by Francois Tr…
What was the French New Wave?
A cinematic revolution from the late 1950s to 1960s. That poi…
What cultural factors led to this?
Cahiers du Cinema and Alexander Astruc
French New Wave
Cahiers du Cinéma
The 400 blows was directed by whom?
Breathless was directed by whom?
Associated with the FNW left bank
French film magazine
Francois Truffaut
Jean-luc Goddard
Agnes Varda
Cahiers du Cinéma
French film magazine
The 400 blows was directed by whom?
Francois Truffaut
17 terms
French New Wave
When did the French New Wave begin?
French New Wave was influenced by what?
Was the French New Wave an official co…
Cahiers du cinema
Began in late 1950's and stretched into the 1960's... (right af…
Italian Neorealist Film Movement
No
(Notebooks of Cinema)... Magazine founded in 1915... Andre Brazin
When did the French New Wave begin?
Began in late 1950's and stretched into the 1960's... (right af…
French New Wave was influenced by what?
Italian Neorealist Film Movement
10 terms
European Film French New Wave
French New Wave
Andrew Sarris
Hollywood influenced by
French new wave film directors
Criticized it's own cinema and held American films up as a mo…
Said the auteur theory contains a recognizable personal style…
The auteur theories call to individual expression
Learn filmmaking by going to school and learning film history
French New Wave
Criticized it's own cinema and held American films up as a mo…
Andrew Sarris
Said the auteur theory contains a recognizable personal style…
10 terms
French New Wave (1959-1964)
3 Origins
Influences on Post-War US Films
Priciples
"Father" of the movement
1. Political youth culture of consumption and leisure... 2. Only…
Stylistic shift, use of telephoto lenses, discontinuous editi…
auteur policy, subjective realism, mise-en-scene, form most d…
Andre Bazin
3 Origins
1. Political youth culture of consumption and leisure... 2. Only…
Influences on Post-War US Films
Stylistic shift, use of telephoto lenses, discontinuous editi…
15 terms
French new wave Breathless and Cleo
Man as bearer of the look
Woman as object of masculine desire
Woman as Femme Fatale
Cleo Mise-en-scene: Costume first half…
Michel = Judge and jury of aesthetics [opening-3:37]
Patricia becomes an image/icon; ... Hotel/ Bathroom scene. A rev…
Final scene. Mimics Michel's signature gesture: innocent? ... De…
Costume (often plays a casual or insignificant role, but not…
Man as bearer of the look
Michel = Judge and jury of aesthetics [opening-3:37]
Woman as object of masculine desire
Patricia becomes an image/icon; ... Hotel/ Bathroom scene. A rev…
21 terms
Mexican Cinema and French New Wave
1940S-1950S
Themes
Jenkins Group Operadora de Teatros
National Film Bank
Artistic and commercial golden age
Tried to make their films different... high output industry... Mass…
350 theaters... production financing ... favored Hollywood films
to finance production
1940S-1950S
Artistic and commercial golden age
Themes
Tried to make their films different... high output industry... Mass…
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Test #3: French New Wave
Name three critics who became filmmake…
How were French New Wave films LIKE Ne…
How were French New Wave films UNLIKE…
What were the 3 major influences of Fr…
Truffaut, Luc-Goddard, and Resnais... (truffles, goddard, raisins)
-Shot on location... -Hero as antihero standing outside of estab…
-Focused on relationships as opposed to politics... -No Marxist…
1.Neo Realism... 2.American Gangster films... 3.Director: Ray and A…
Name three critics who became filmmake…
Truffaut, Luc-Goddard, and Resnais... (truffles, goddard, raisins)
How were French New Wave films LIKE Ne…
-Shot on location... -Hero as antihero standing outside of estab…
French New Wave (La Nouvelle Vague)
4 Films that Kick Started the French N…
Jump cut
Quick cut
30 degree rule
-Jean Luc Godard: A bout de soufflé (Breathless)... -Francois Tr…
-30 degree rule states that every camera position should be v…
When the camera cuts quickly enough that you can't see the de…
rule of changing the angle or distance of the camera by at le…
4 Films that Kick Started the French N…
-Jean Luc Godard: A bout de soufflé (Breathless)... -Francois Tr…
Jump cut
-30 degree rule states that every camera position should be v…
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Week 2 - The French New Wave
French New Wave
Francoise Girdon
Pierre Braunberger
Movement Helped
1959 - new formative films began movement... -no origin with non…
-1957 article about French New Wave... -The New Wave: Portrait o…
Nurtured + backed 1950 short films, production studio small n…
new audience expectations, spread worldwide with critical acc…
French New Wave
1959 - new formative films began movement... -no origin with non…
Francoise Girdon
-1957 article about French New Wave... -The New Wave: Portrait o…
The French New Wave (1959-1964)
Technological and aesthetic innovations:
Historical background:
Directors linked to wave and writers f…
First feature length new wave film
Sensitive film stock ... variable lighting conditions... Hand held…
French film industry during WWII was built around "la traditi…
Francois Truffaut - coined the term "auteur" to refer to film…
Le beau Serge (1958) by Claude Chabrol
Technological and aesthetic innovations:
Sensitive film stock ... variable lighting conditions... Hand held…
Historical background:
French film industry during WWII was built around "la traditi…
Art Cinema and French New Wave
Modernism
Art Cinema
Ingmar Bergman
Akira Kurosawa
Develops in 20th century. Challenge to prevailing ideas of ar…
Place-theater-200 in 1956, 500 by 1966. Interested in foreign…
Sweden. Smiles of a summer night, wild strawberries, the magi…
Japan. ... "Rashomon" (1950)-tale told from different points of…
Modernism
Develops in 20th century. Challenge to prevailing ideas of ar…
Art Cinema
Place-theater-200 in 1956, 500 by 1966. Interested in foreign…
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The French New Wave and Auteurist Theory
What were Truffaut, Godard, Chabrol, a…
French cineastes (filmmakers, film cri…
Certain Directors showed personality,…
Film studies culture
Le cinema de papa
Truffaut, Godard, Chabrol, Bazin
Ford, Welles, Lang, Hitchcock, Mann, Fuller, Ray, Sirk... "The f…
Film magazines, cine-clubs, film festivals... Articles written i…
What were Truffaut, Godard, Chabrol, a…
Le cinema de papa
French cineastes (filmmakers, film cri…
Truffaut, Godard, Chabrol, Bazin
The French New Wave (1959-1967)
What were the main contributions to Fr…
Andre Bazin
"Cinephile"
What was the motivation of the increas…
The launching of several films... The arrangement of screenings…
Contributed to film theory by close examination of one takes…
Love of Cinema
A provision in a French aid law that encourages shortfall mak…
What were the main contributions to Fr…
The launching of several films... The arrangement of screenings…
Andre Bazin
Contributed to film theory by close examination of one takes…
Fall of Hollywood/French New Wave
Andre Bazain on American Film Industry
The studio system kept the changing an…
The end of block booking resulted in...
The GI bill and now college bound, wel…
"American film should be regarded not only for the films and…
a standard for style in story, editing, camera work, etc.
A rise in exhibition of independent films. ... A more difficult…
Had developed a taste for European art films and documentarie…
Andre Bazain on American Film Industry
"American film should be regarded not only for the films and…
The studio system kept the changing an…
a standard for style in story, editing, camera work, etc.
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french new wave (1959-1964)
definition of FNW
generic hybridity
style determined by economic necessity…
intertextuality
self-expressive, personal, vibrant, energetic, cinematically-…
mixing the conventions of various genres
jump cuts, accentuated spontaneity, natural settings
allusions from both "high" and "low" culture... excessive refere…
definition of FNW
self-expressive, personal, vibrant, energetic, cinematically-…
generic hybridity
mixing the conventions of various genres
Auteur Theory and the French New wave
Realisateur:
Metteur en scene
Auteur
Classical Hollywood Cinema ( 5 points)
Generic French term for the director of a film
- Literally one who "places in the scene"... -Slightly derogator…
French for "author"
-Primarily understood as "assembly line" cinema ... -Directors a…
Realisateur:
Generic French term for the director of a film
Metteur en scene
- Literally one who "places in the scene"... -Slightly derogator…
french new wave 1958-1962
Breathless
jump cutting
The 400 Blows
freeze frame
directed by Jean Luc Goddard
Breathless was known for?
directed by Francois Truffaut
The 400 Blows introduced what type of editing?
Breathless
directed by Jean Luc Goddard
jump cutting
Breathless was known for?
16 terms
9414 - French New Wave b
Name 3 French New Wave directors.
What is "auteur theory"?
What is Cahiers du Cinema?
What is the importance of Andre Bazin…
a. Jean Luc Godard... b. Francois Truffaut... c. Eric Rohmer
Directors were considered the author's of their films---they…
Cultural film journal of the 20th century Truffaut and Godard…
Bazin was a film critic and theorist. He was the co-founder o…
Name 3 French New Wave directors.
a. Jean Luc Godard... b. Francois Truffaut... c. Eric Rohmer
What is "auteur theory"?
Directors were considered the author's of their films---they…
15 terms
Drama, Acting, French New Wave & New Hollywood
Flashback
Long Shot/ Extreme Long Shot
Auteur Theory
Absurdist Intellectual Oddville
Theatrical productions rarely use this technique or tell thei…
In theatre, all scenes can be considered these forms of shots
a film reflects the director's personal creative vision and i…
Woody Allen's form of movie-making
Flashback
Theatrical productions rarely use this technique or tell thei…
Long Shot/ Extreme Long Shot
In theatre, all scenes can be considered these forms of shots
11 terms
GSU Film 2700 French New Wave
French New Wave History
Change from CHC
Defying the old
Of the classical style, they rejected:
Check out Chapter 12 in the book to read a nice, concise hist…
We've gotten a bit about what was "old" by understanding CHC…
Writing in film journals (most notably in Cahiers du Cinema a…
mannered, controlled compositions... 'perfect' camera angles and…
French New Wave History
Check out Chapter 12 in the book to read a nice, concise hist…
Change from CHC
We've gotten a bit about what was "old" by understanding CHC…
36 terms
Module 3: Part 2 French New Wave
the new wave
was the new wave a movement?
what were the new wave filmmakers link…
how did filmmakers incorporarate into…
blanket term coined by critics for a group of french filmmake…
it was coined by critics but was never a formally organized m…
their self-conscious rejection of classical cinematic form an…
they made their radical experiments with editing, visual styl…
the new wave
blanket term coined by critics for a group of french filmmake…
was the new wave a movement?
it was coined by critics but was never a formally organized m…
15 terms
The french new wave (FNW), and FNW terms
The French New wave is a movement from
The French New Wave is
the narrative and stylistic innovation…
he European methods were typically ton…
(1959-1964)
both narrative and stylistic conventions, revolutionizing cin…
film school generation filmmakers
revisionist and revivalist films
The French New wave is a movement from
(1959-1964)
The French New Wave is
both narrative and stylistic conventions, revolutionizing cin…
French Classic Sound Cinema & New Wave
The Crime of Mr. Lange/Le Crime de Mon…
Popular Front
realism
The Jazz Singer
Jean Renoir, 1936... Popular Front, Marxism
1936-1938 coalition of left-wing communists, socialists, and…
primary aesthetic criteria most 1930's French films are judge…
1927, an American film starring Al Jolson, the first feature-…
The Crime of Mr. Lange/Le Crime de Mon…
Jean Renoir, 1936... Popular Front, Marxism
Popular Front
1936-1938 coalition of left-wing communists, socialists, and…
CMST 3012 Final - French New Wave
Jean Cocteau
Beauty and the Beast (1946)
The Blood of a Poet (1930)
Max Ophuls
makes scenarist films, but his earlier experimental, surreal…
Jean Cocteau
Jean Cocteau
has an ornate visual style - something the New Wave directors…
Jean Cocteau
makes scenarist films, but his earlier experimental, surreal…
Beauty and the Beast (1946)
Jean Cocteau
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