L'homme et les images

L'homme et les images

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  • Éric Rohmer
  • France
  • 1967, 35 min
Script: Éric Rohmer, Georges Gaudu
Editing: Éric Rohmer
Actors, social actors: Jean-Luc Godard, René Clair, Jean Rouch
Producer, Co-producer: Georges Gaudu
Color: Black and white
Language: French
Synopsis

Three directors – Jean-Luc Godard, Jean Rouch, and René Clair – present their vision of film art. Their discussions focus on specific topics such as viewers, television, writing, and imagery. Rohmer creates a new type of dialogue. Portraits of famous personalities cease to be lists of biographical data points – their goal, rather, is to capture the uniqueness of artistic creation.

“I’m not very interested in the viewers – they don’t care about me either when they watch my films. They should think more about the film than its creator,” Jean-Luc Godard

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Festival edition: 2016
Sections: Translucent Being Éric Rohmer
Exhibition format: Video File
Screening:
29.10.2016 10:00
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