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Week 15 French New Wave.docx

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Film
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FILM 1701
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Michael Zryd

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Week 15: French New Wave History of auteurism 1945 –> post-WWII influx of American Hollywood films screened at Cinématheque Française 1948 - Alexandre Astruc, “The Birth of a New Avant-Garde: la caméra-stylo” Film director writes with camera as writer writes with pen 1951 - Cahiers du cinema, co-founded by André Bazin 1954 - François Truffaut, “A Certain Tendency in French Cinema” attack on „cinema of quality” as too indebted to literature & theatre said „cinema of quality” directors, in adapting literature to screen, merely transferred writer‟s vision: “metteur-en-scène” said the true auteur transforms material through personal expression personal expression comes from visual style, not source story/script 1957 - André Bazin, “De la politique des auteurs.”
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