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Reconsidering Cinema


There's another way to see film


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'They called me 'The Ancestor of the New Wave' when I was only 30. I had seen very few films, which, in a way, gave me both the naivety and the daring to do what I did.'

La Pointe Courte (1955)
Director: Agnès Varda ( )

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Just watched Elevator to the Gallows for the first time. I knew this was supposed to be a good film, but it far exceeded my expectations. Beautifully shot and performed, plus a fantastic score. It had me on the edge of my seat, I loved every minute!

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It often feels like a tremendous amount of work is required to get an idea moving forward, like pushing a train uphill. But at a certain point, the thing takes on its own momentum, and takes unexpected turns. So it's that feeling of holding on...that is the most exciting thing.

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Jean-Pierre Léaud
THE 400 BLOWS / Les Quatre Cents Coups – François Truffaut, 1959
: Henri Decaë
w/ Patrick Auffay
Nouvelle Vague / French New Wave

With his pal René, Antoine steals his father’s typewriter and they make a run for it!

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Gregg Toland acclaimed American cinematographer best known for his use of deep focus and composition in depth as illustrated in Citizen Kane (1941). Toland also acted as the cinematographer for Kidnapped (1938), Raffles (1939), The Westerner (1940), and The Outlaw (1943).