Journeys Through French Cinema (Blu-ray)

Directed by Bertrand Tavernier

Release Year: 2020
Running Time: 459
UPC: 7 38329 25287 8
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Color Type: B&W/Color
Country: France
Language: French
Genres: Documentary
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Cast
Rene Clement
Henri-Georges Clouzot
Julien Duvivier
Henri Decoin
Claude Autant-Lara

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Directed by Bertrand Tavernier

My Journey Through French Cinema (2017), Bertrand Tavernier’s César-nominated three-and-a-half-hour tour through French film history, was too short to introduce audiences to all that he wanted to share. In this new eight-part series, the acclaimed director of such films as Coup de Torchon and ‘Round Midnight guides us through a roster of filmmakers both influential and forgotten, explores how his country’s cinema was shaped by the German occupation and changed again through the New Wave, spotlights little-known female filmmakers, and more. Subjects include: René Clément, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Julien Duvivier, Henri Decoin, Claude Autant-Lara, as well as composers who made movie music an art in and of itself, far from the Hollywood spotlight.


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