Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | April 17, 2014

Adieu au langage at Cannes

Adieu au langage is in official competition at Cannes, along with Les ponts du Sarajevo, an omnibus film including work by Godard.

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | March 22, 2014

Adieu au langage

Some stills from the forthcoming film, courtesy of Kino Slang.

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | February 15, 2014

Godard Retrospectives

Jean-Luc Cinéma Godard, Vancouver
Godard Forever, Toronto
French Revolutionary: The Films of Jean-Luc Godard, Santa Monica
Jean-Luc Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema, Berkeley

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | January 21, 2014

(At Least) Two Godard Retrospectives in Canada and One in the U.S.

Along with the retrospective in Toronto, there is also Jean-Luc Cinéma Godard happening in Vancouver. Anyone know of others? Tweet (@Glen_Norton) or email me (glennorto@gmail.com).

UPDATE:
BAM/PFA at Berkeley is also having a retrospective, Jean-Luc Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema, January 31-April 19.

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | January 15, 2014

New Book: The Legacies of Jean-Luc Godard

It’s finally here! The new book from WLU Press, The Legacies of Jean-Luc Godard, including my essay “The ‘Hidden Fire’ of Inwardness: Cavell, Godard, and Modernism”.

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | January 7, 2014

New Godard Retrospective at TIFF Cinematheque

Godard Forever: Part One, Jan 23-Feb 13.

Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image
Friday, November 15, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom

Here is the online blub:
While delivering a series of talks in Rotterdam in October 1980-1981, Godard created a ‘special edition’ of his 1980 film Sauve qui peut (la vie) (Every Man for Himself, aka Slow Motion), in which he interspersed five extracts from his own film with clips from four others: Eisenstein and Alexandrov’s The General Line (1929), Cline and Keaton’s Cops (1922), Visconti’s The Earth Trembles (1948), and Wajda’s Man of Marble (1977). He called this remarkable compilation film Sauve la vie (qui peut); it was shown once (during the Rotterdam Film Festival 1981), subsequently almost completely forgotten and is presumed to be lost. Michael Witt has produced a digital reconstruction of Sauve la vie (qui peut) drawing on archival research, including examination of the original reels of film that Godard used.

Wish I could attend!

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | November 1, 2013

Introduction to a True History of Cinema and Television

The publication of Godard’s long-awaited Introduction to a True History of Cinema and Television by caboose has been delayed until Spring 2014. In the meantime, but only for a limited time, why not check out Chapter 8 of the book as well as an excellent essay by Michael Witt on the evolution of Godard’s film history project.

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | October 31, 2013

Chasse au Godard d’Abbittibbi

A new film by Éric Morin, Chasse au Godard d’Abbittibbi, about Godard’s visit to Quebec in 1968. The trailer and a review.

Posted by: cinemagodardcinema | October 22, 2013

New Blu-Ray Titles

Cohen Media Group have announced the release of Je vous salue, Marie and For Ever Mozart on Blu-Ray Jan 7th.

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