With the recent passing of Jean-Luc Godard, the last ringing name of the Nouvelle Vague has been laid to rest. The last of this group, in addition to François Truffaut, Éric Rohmer and Jacques Rivette, who was also a film critic for Cahiers du Cinéma. With over a hundred titles to his credit, it is almost impossible to give an overview of this ricalcitrant film legend who took pleasure in flouting all film laws.
In our short homage you will find films that cover 4 major periods of Godard's oeuvre: the collaboration with the 3 women (spouses) of his life and his so-called "communist" period.
We’re showing Bande à part (1964) from his period with Anna Karina, La Chinoise (1968) from his period with Anne Wiazemsky and Sauve qui peut (la vie) (1980) from his period with screenwriter and director Anne-Marie Miéville.
Tout va bien (1972) in turn is undoubtedly the most enjoyable film from the period when JLG was operating with the Dziga Vertov group with. Again, we find a great lady by his side, namely Jane Fonda or Hanoi Jane, as she was called at the time as a result of her trip to North Vietnam -which was not appreciated in conservative America.
Bande à part
Bande à part | Jean-Luc Godard
Jean-Luc GodardThu. 13 – Wed. 26.10.22
Jean-Luc GodardFri. 14 – Thu. 27.10.22
Sauve qui peut (la vie)
Sauve qui peut (la vie) | Jean-Luc Godard
Jean-Luc GodardSat. 15 – Sun. 30.10.22
Tout va bien
Jean-Luc GodardSun. 16 – Fri. 28.10.22