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Marcello Mastroianni in "8 1/22 (1963, dir. Federico Fellini)

In this episode of the Culture Overdose Podcast, we take a look at Federico Fellini’s 8 Widely regarded as one of the greatest films of all time, if you’re looking for an arguement against it, you won’t find it here.

Backgrounds In High Quality - jean louis trintignant image by Dunstan Round (2016-05-07)

Backgrounds In High Quality - jean louis trintignant image by Dunstan Round

La Jetée.

Watch Remembrance of Things to Come, the French Documentary by Yannick Bellon and Chris Marker

10 Essential Japanese Films

10 Essential Japanese Films

Biutiful (2010)  Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu  Cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto

Biutiful Directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu Cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto-Although in sub titles, I have watched this movie numerous times. It is incrediblbly powerful and Javier Bardem plays his character with perfection!

Dziga Vertov, director de cine vanguardista soviético, autor de obras experimentales, como El hombre de la cámara, que revolucionaron el género documental.

Dziga Vertov, director de cine vanguardista soviético, autor de obras experimentales, como El hombre de la cámara, que revolucionaron el género documental.

L'Eclisse - Mina   1962 Italian drama film written and directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring Alain Delon and Monica Vitti. Eclipse is about a young woman who breaks up with an older lover and then has an affair with a confident young stockbroker whose materialistic nature eventually undermines their relationship. The film is considered the last part of a trilogy which was preceded by L'Avventura (1960) and La Notte (1961)

L'Eclisse - Mina 1962 Italian drama film written and directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring Alain Delon and Monica Vitti. Eclipse is about a young woman who breaks up with an older lover and then has an affair with a confident young stockbroker whose materialistic nature eventually undermines their relationship. The film is considered the last part of a trilogy which was preceded by L'Avventura (1960) and La Notte (1961)

Jean Luc Godard and Jean Seberg on the set of A bout de Souffle, Paris 1959

© Raymond Cauchetier Tournage du film "A bout de souffle" de JL Godard

François Truffaut sur le tournage de «Domicile conjugal», 1970

François Truffaut, du côté de chez Madeleine

François Truffaut sur le tournage de «Domicile conjugal», 1970

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