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A Godard Preview

There are known and remarked upon annus mirabilis in art forms—art has 1913, writing has 1921, film has 1939 and 1972—and there are years that show remarkable evolutionary leaps forward. The 1960s had many form-expanding films, but none were more … Continue reading

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Original 1969 review of “Le Gai Savoir”

This article is technically a repost, but when I went into the blog archive to try to link to it, it appeared the article graphic was no longer displaying. So enjoy this again, for the first time. The Le Gai … Continue reading

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See You at Mao

Godard’s La Chinoise opens this Friday, Mar 14 at NWFF.  It’s always been one of my favorites by Godard. After seeing the film many years ago, I went out and bought a Mao cap which I wore through most of … Continue reading

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