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Week 10 | Date: 3/28/12 | Postwar/1960s | Reading: Short History of Film 6, 7, 8 Film History.

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1 Week 10 | Date: 3/28/12 | Postwar/1960s | Reading: Short History of Film 6, 7, 8 Film History

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3 Nouvelle vague/New Wave Bresson | Camus| Rohmer | Resnais | Godard | Truffaut | Malle

4 Nouvelle vague/New Wave

5 <- 400 Blows <- Jules and Jim Breathless

6 New Wave  The impact of Alexandre Astruc: cinema as “the art of the age”; “camera-stylo” [camera-pen].  André Bazin’s influence [Cahiers du Cinema].  The break with literature.  Location shooting.  New approach to acting.  Independence from studios.  The centrality of the director (birth of the “auteur theory”). The French New WaveThe French New Wave | Another New Wave Site | Baseline Encyclopedia of Film on The New WaveAnother New Wave SiteThe New Wave

7 Robert Bresson (French, 1901-1999)  Diary of a Country Priest (1950)  Trial of Joan of Arc (1962) Film History

8 Marcel Camus (1912-1982)  Black Orpheus French

9 Éric Rohmer(1920- )  La Collectionneuse (The Collector)  Ma Nuit chez Maud (My Night with Maud)  Le Genou de Claire (Claire's Knee)  L'Amour l'après-midi (Chloe in the Afternoon, Love in the Afternoon)  Die Marquise von O... (The Marquise of O)  Le Signe du lion  La Femme de l'aviateur (The Aviator's Wife)  Le Beau marriage (A Good Marriage)  Pauline à la plage (Pauline at the Beach)  Le Rayon vert (The Green Ray) Conte de printemps (A Tale of Springtime)  Conte d'hiver (A Winter's Tale) Conte d'été (A Summer's Tale) Conte d'automne (Autumn Tale) Film History

10 Alain Resnais (French, 1922- )  Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959)  Last Year at Marienbad (1961)  Providence (1977) Film History Trailer for the Re-Release of Last Year at Marienbad

11 Jean-Luc Goddard (French, 1930- )  Breathless (1960)  Alphaville (1965)  Masculine/Feminine (1966)  Weekend (1967)  Two or Three Things I Know About Her (1967) Film History Watch the Finale of Breathless on the Film History Blog

12 Jean-Luc Godard  “The cinema is not an art which filmslife: the cinema is something between art and life. Unlike painting and literature, the cinema both gives to life and takes from it, and I try to render this concept in my films. Literature and painting both exist as art from the very start; the cinema doesn’t.”  “All you need for a movie is a gun and a girl.”  "Movies should have a beginning, a middle and an end,’ harrumphed French filmmaker Georges Franju...." "Certainly," replied Jean-Luc Godard. "But not necessarily in that order." Film History

13 François Truffaut (French, 1932-1984)  400 Blows (1959)  Shoot the Piano Player (1960)  Jules and Jim (1961)  Fahrenheit 451 (1966)  Day for Night (1973) Film History On the Film History Blog: Watch the Finale of 400 Blows Watch a Scene from Jules and Jim A. O Scott on Jules and Jim Watch a Scene from Close Encounters on YouTube

14 Louis Malle (1932- 1995)  The Lovers (1958)  Murmur of the Heart (1971)  Pretty Baby (1978)  Atlantic City (1980)  My Dinner with Andre (1981)  Au revoir les enfants (1987) Film History

15 The Dreamers (Bernardo Bertolucci, 2003) Film History

16 Post-WW II Auteurs Aldrich | Antonioni | Ford | Hitchcock | Huston | Kazan | Kurosowa | Lean | Minnelli | Ozu | N. Ray | S. Ray | Reed | Sirk | Stevens | Wilder | Wood | Wyler Film History

17 Robert Aldrich (American, 1918- 1993)  Kiss Me Deadly (1955)  Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)  The Dirty Dozen (1967)  The Longest Yard (1974) Film History

18 Lindsay Anderson (British, 1923-1994)  This Sporting Life (1963)  If... (1968)  O Lucky Man! (1972) Film History Watch the Ending of If... On the Film History Blog Lindsay Anderson Whack Malcolm McDowell Upside the Head

19 Lindsay Anderson with my British Film Class, London, 1992 Film History

20 Michelangelo Antonioni (Italian, 1912-2007)  L’Avventura (1960)  L’Notte (1961)  L’Ecclise (1962)  Blow-Up (1966)  Zabriskie Point (1969)  The Passenger (1976) Film History

21 Ingmar Bergman (Swedish, 1918-2007)  Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)  The Seventh Seal (1957)  Wild Strawberries (1957)  Through a Glass Darkly (1961)  Persona (1966)  Cries and Whispers (1972)  Autumn Sonata (1978)  Fanny and Alexander (1982) Film History

22 John Ford (American, 1895-1973)  Stagecoach (1939)  The Grapes of Wrath (1940)  My Darling Clementine (1946)  Fort Apache (1948)  She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949)  The Searchers (1956)  The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) Film History Watch the Ending of The Searchers

23 Alfred Hitchcock (British-American, 1889-1980)  The Man Who Knew too Much (1934, 1956)  The Lady Vanishes (1938)  39 Steps (1935)  Rebecca (1940)  Saboteur (1942)  Spellbound (1945)  Notorious (1946) Film History

24 Alfred Hitchcock  Rope (1948)  Strangers on a Train (1951)  Rear Window (1954)  Dial M for Murder (1954)  The Trouble with Harry (1954)  Vertigo (1958)  North by Northwest (1959)  Psycho (1960)  The Birds (1963) Film History Watch Psycho, High Anxiety Shower Scenes

25 John Huston (American, 1906-1987)  The Maltese Falcon (1941)  The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)  Key Largo (1948)  The Asphalt Jungle (1950)  African Queen (1952)  Moby-Dick (1956)  Chinatown (Roman Polanski, 1974)—as Noah Cross Film History End of Chinatown

26 Eliza Kazan (Turkish- American, 1909-2003)  A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)  On the Waterfront (1954)  East of Eden (1955)  A Face in the Crowd (1957) Film History

27 Akira Kurosowa (Japanese, 1910-1998)  Rashomon (1950)  The Seven Samurai (1954)  Throne of Blood (1957)  Kagemusha (1980)  Ran (1985)  Dreams (1990) Film History

28 David Lean (British, 1908- 1991)  Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)  Lawrence of Arabia (1962)  Doctor Zhivago (1965)  A Passage to India (1984) Film History

29 Vincent Minnelli (American, 1910-1986)  Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)  Madame Bovary (1949)  An American in Paris (1951)  The Band Wagon (1953)  Brigadoon (1954)  Lust for Life (1956) Film History

30 Yasujiro Ozu (Japanese, 1903-1963)  Tokyo Story (1953) Film History

31 Nicholas Ray (American, 1911-1979)  Knock on Any Door (1949)  On Dangerous Ground (1951)  Johnny Guitar (1953)  Rebel Without a Cause (1955) Film History

32 Satyajit Ray (1902-1992)  Pather Panchali (1955)  Aparajito (1956) Film History

33 Carol Reed (British, 1906-1976)  The Third Man (1949)  Our Man in Havana (1959)  The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965)  Oliver! (1968) Film History The Third Man on Film History Blog

34 Douglas Sirk (German- American, 1910-1987)  Magnificent Obsession (1954)  All That Heaven Allows (1955)  Written on the Wind (1956)  Imitation of Life (1959) Film History

35 George Stevens (American, 1904-1975)  Gunga Din (1939)  A Place in the Sun (1951)  Shane (1953)  Giant (1956) Film History Watch the Trailer for Shane.

36 Billy Wilder (Hungarian- American, 1906-2002)  Double Indemnity (1944)  The Lost Weekend (1945)  Sunset Boulevard (1950)  Ace in the Hole (1951)  Some Like It Hot (1959)  The Apartment (1960) Film History Wilder Clips on the Film History BlogWilder Clips on the Film History Blog: Trailers for Double Indemnity and Sunset Boulevard; A.O. Scott on Sunset Boulevard

37 Ed Wood (American, 1924-1978)  Glen and Glenda (1953)  Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) A Taste of Tim Burton’s Ed Wood Film History

38 William Wyler (American, 1902- 1981)  Jezebel (1938)  Wuthering Heights (1939)  The Little Foxes (1941)  The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)  Roman Holiday (1953)  Ben-Hur (1959) Film History


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