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Fri Mar 21 17:03:04 2014 UTClccn-n790555440.25Made in U.S.A0.460.76The radical faces of Godard and Bertolucci /108762210Jean-Luc_Godardn 79055544288654Godard, Jean LucGodard-Miéville, ... 1930-Jean-Luc GodardJLG.Lucas, Hans, 1930-Lukas, Hans 1930- Pseudonymゴダール, ジャン・リュックlccn-no98092622Criterion Collection (Firm)lccn-no96066553Coutard, Raoulprdcngillphtlccn-nr92023343Beauregard, Georges deproprfdrtactlccn-no97004901Karina, Anna1940-iveprfsngactcstnrtlccn-n84060101Belmondo, Jean-Paul1933-othcstnrtprfactlccn-n80036636Truffaut, Françoisothivewamadpsceccpdrtantausedtlccn-no95024394Léaud, Jean-Pierre1944-cstprfactlccn-no97047613Anouchka Filmsprolccn-n80161971Seberg, Jeanothcstprfactlccn-n79026325MacCabe, ColinGodard, Jean-Luc1930-DramaCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryInterviewsFilm adaptationsTelevision adaptationsExhibition catalogsCrime filmsParodies, imitations, etcBiographyGodard, Jean-Luc,FranceMan-woman relationshipsFrance--ParisCriminalsFugitives from justiceMotion picturesPolice murdersBetrayalMotion picture producers and directorsMotion pictures, FrenchMotion pictures--AestheticsThievesMotion picture playsEscape (Psychology)GangstersAdulteryMotion pictures--PhilosophyTechnology--Social aspectsComputers and civilizationTechnology--Moral and ethical aspectsEmotions--Sociological aspectsLife on other planetsMarried peopleAlphaville (Motion picture : 1965)Italy--Capri IslandScreenwritersMotion picture industryOdyssey (Homer)Motion pictures--Production and directionCoutard, RaoulLang, Fritz,Moravia, Alberto,Television adaptationsProstitutesAlphaville (Motion picture)HousewivesAmericansMurderRobberyHitchens, Dolores,Jewel thievesSocial historyManners and customsMotion picture producers and directors--CreditsÀ bout de souffle (Motion picture)Middle class womenYouthJournalistsStrikes and lockouts19301946195419571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144787714484669791.4372PN1997ocn181222846ocn182729270ocn320780061ocn320780075ocn526767507ocn059717319ocn048562149ocn812040747ocn262328289ocn774014884ocn181222846ocn182729270ocn320780061ocn320780075ocn526767507ocn059717319ocn812040747ocn774014884ocn027255038ocn801721087ocn181222846ocn048562149ocn074818032ocn853167025ocn857317308ocn065418160ocn249324982ocn767350750ocn693956600ocn767030935ocn320780061ocn691720033ocn813601985ocn083978387ocn767474755ocn742922636ocn692010532ocn767015606ocn691386041ocn690387184ocn059717319ocn317071154ocn413649133ocn743003335ocn743014077ocn743001068ocn419282041ocn416020107ocn743012632ocn414634302ocn552312109ocn753582604ocn550569081ocn753632783ocn553865529ocn753802829ocn550538429ocn553865683ocn753618212ocn553865611ocn470364416ocn413649133ocn691720226ocn780973124ocn691713442ocn691820792ocn691919318ocn414634302ocn416020107ocn767393124ocn071358641ocn069677889ocn220708562ocn853135796ocn815525791ocn220151103ocn862234978ocn469316413ocn767056785ocn691713442ocn690810284ocn767427555ocn691248892ocn469335400ocn469316408ocn691548284ocn469322290ocn420073820ocn439711973ocn450280512ocn767044627ocn658422731ocn659152777ocn767015485ocn658682154ocn767044652ocn659152743ocn765452006ocn690960901ocn767408135ocn470451542ocn780844980ocn419259144ocn866828364ocn743003338ocn442412835ocn441620338ocn456124025ocn443528117ocn450473564ocn450280512ocn452552743ocn450696851ocn442662645ocn450906171ocn314168740ocn180551627ocn762034809ocn692034685ocn691713442ocn676670883ocn767427555ocn469322277ocn691998946ocn691548284ocn691853518ocn723601420ocn072839290ocn072839283ocn072839270ocn299142750ocn072839276ocn494722583ocn861036618ocn762821901ocn185823796ocn859142007ocn862222621ocn743068068ocn246556407ocn225690286ocn767017086ocn694027613ocn799556720ocn421966660ocn758225376ocn470331779ocn691267908ocn246409644ocn225844441ocn7810943243008198ocn181222846visu19590.28Godard, Jean-LucA bout de souffleDramaCrime filmsA young car thief kills a policeman and goes on the run with his American girlfriend+-+0455579425120842ocn044146436book19650.56Godard, Jean-LucAlphaville : a filmMotion picture playsScript of the motion picture Alphaville, ou une étrange adventure de Lemmy Caution, written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard1166129ocn182729270visu19650.32Godard, Jean-LucPierrot le fouFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsMotion picturesAfter attending a mindless party full of shallow chatter, Ferdinand (Jean-Paul Belmondo) feels his mundane world is closing in on him. Desperately wanting to escape, he finds himself in the arms of another woman. Unaware that Marianna's (Anna Karina) dark past still haunts her, they take off for the picturesque south of France. What proceeds is a roller coaster ride filled with passion, desperation and regret as these two lovers meet their final fate1062104ocn040920736visu19640.32Godard, Jean-LucAlphaville une étrange aventure de Lemmy CautionDramaSecret agent Lemmy Caution is sent on a mission to the futuristic city of Alphaville to convince professor Braun to return to the "outer planets"77041ocn061267480visu19670.31Godard, Jean-LucWeek endDramaA middle class couple on a weekend trip get caught up in an armed liberation struggle. A sarcastic portrait of France in 196776524ocn050800430visu19630.29Le mépris ContemptInterviewsDramaTelevision adaptationsOn Capri, an Italian crew makes a German film of Homer's Odyssey; Fritz Lang directs with American money. Prokosch, the producer, with his sneer and red Alfa, holds art films in contempt and hires writer Javal to help Lang commercialize the picture. Against this backdrop, Javal's marriage to Camille, a young former typist, disintegrates. It opens with the couple talking in bed, she asking assurance that he finds her attractive. Later that day he introduces her to Prokosch, and, unawares, blunders unforgivably. The rest of the film portrays her, in their apartment and in public, expressing her hurt and change of heart and his slow grasp of the source of her contempt71835ocn061673045visu19660.32Godard, Jean-LucMasculin féminin 15 faits précisHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsPaul, a young idealistic would-be intellectual, struggles to forge a relationship with incipient pop star Madeleine in 1960s Paris+-+K47585532566943ocn320780061visu19660.32Godard, Jean-Luc2 ou 3 choses que je sais d'elleHistoryDramaJuliette, a bourgeois housewife, is a loving wife and mother whose domestic moments alternate with her days and nights as a call girl58610ocn007595894book19800.63MacCabe, ColinGodard; images, sounds, politicsFilmographie de Jean-Luc Godard (p. 169-173)58210ocn051440008visu19640.31Bande à part Band of outsidersDramaFilm adaptationsTwo burglars plan a robbery with a young woman they just met+-+K43075532545010ocn057206272visu19720.33Tout va bien Everything's all rightDrama"The story of a wildcat strike at a [French] sausage factory, as witnessed by an American reporter and her has-been New Wave film director husband"--Container43711ocn015284056book19870.63Breathless : Jean-Luc Godard, directorOn Jean-Luc Godard's film "breathless"+-+580760863543323ocn013092375book19720.53Godard, Jean-LucGodard on Godard; critical writingsReviews+-+640753158532443064ocn048562149visu19600.50Godard, Jean-LucLe petit soldat The little soldierHistoryDramaWar filmsGodard's Algerian War film is an ironic study of freedom, war, and personal commitment. Bruno Forestier, a French Army deserter, works in Switzerland for a right-wing terrorist organization. Under orders to kill Palivoda, a Swiss broadcaster with Arab sympathies, Bruno meets and falls in love with Veronica Dreyer, who, unbeknownst to him, works for the Arabs. After several abortive attempts to eliminate Palivoda, Bruno is captured and tortured by the Arabs. In an attempt to attain freedom for himself and Veronica, Bruno finally kills Palivoda, only to discover that his side has apprehended Veronica and tortured her to death42118ocn000128844book19630.66Godard, Jean-LucLe petit soldat; a film42071ocn041804250visu19600.50Godard, Jean-LucUne femme est une femmeParodies, imitations, etcDramaWhen the beautiful Angéla wants to have a baby and her lover refuses to participate, she looks to recruit his best friend+-+60487072063244179ocn320780075visu19660.25Godard, Jean-LucMade in U.S.ADramaFilm adaptationsPaula, a leftist writer, goes from Paris to the French town of Atlantic-Cité when she learns of the death of a former colleague and lover, Richard P41150ocn758004109visu19880.39Godard, Jean-LucHistoire(s) du cinémaHistoryDocumentary filmsAn extraordinary look at motion pictures as seen through the eyes of the reknowned filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, who transformed the face of cinema with his prolific, influential, and revolutionary body of work, which includes such classics as Breathless, Weekend, and Contempt. Consisting of eight episodes made over a period of ten years, the series covers a wide range of topics, from the birth of cinema to Italian neo-realism to Hollywood and beyond40839ocn226080496visu19670.29Godard, Jean-LucLa chinoiseHistoryDramaParis, 1967. Disillusioned by their suburban lifestyles, a group of middle-class students, led by Guillaume and Véronique, form a small Maoist cell and plan to change the world by any means necessary. After studying the growth of communism in China, the students decide they must use terrorism and violence to ignite their own revolution40146ocn052414233visu20000.29Godard, Jean-LucÉloge de l'amour In praise of loveDramaFeature film from France. In Paris, Edgar embarks upon a project dealing with the key stages of love (meeting, passion, separation, reconciliation) as experienced by young, middle-aged and elderly couples. Also meditates on adulthood, history, memory and resistance103012ocn000094057book19670.59Roud, RichardJean-Luc GodardCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+59082099369397ocn071210286book20060.31Brody, RichardEverything is cinema : the working life of Jean-Luc GodardCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"When Jean-Luc Godard, exemplary director of the French New Wave, wed the ideals of filmmaking to the realities of autobiography and current events, he changed the nature of cinema. Among the greatest cinematic innovations, Godard's films shift fluidly from fiction to documentary, from criticism to art. Similarly, his persona projects shifting images - cultural hero, impassioned loner, shrewd businessman. Hailed by filmmakers as a - if not the - key influence, Godard has entered the modern canon, a figure as mysterious as he is indispensable." "In Everything is Cinema, critic Richard Brody has amassed hundreds of interviews with friends, family, and collaborators to demystify the elusive director and paint the fullest picture yet of his life and work. Paying as much attention to Godard's revolutionary technical inventions as to the political and emotional forces of the postwar world, Brody traces an arc from the director's early critical writing, through his popular success with Breathless and Contempt, to the grand vision of his later years. He vividly depicts Godard's wealthy, conservative family, his fluid and often disturbing politics, his tumultuous dealings with fellow filmmakers, and his troubled relations with women."--BOOK JACKET+-+00653505357132ocn000495064book19720.50Brown, Royal SFocus on Godard6321ocn003844381book19780.59Kawin, Bruce FMindscreen : Bergman, Godard, and first-person film5593ocn052895552book20030.35MacCabe, ColinGodard : a portrait of the artist at 70Biography"Drawing on his own working experience with Godard and his coterie, Colin MacCabe, in this first biography of the director, has written a thrilling account of the French cinema's transformation in the hands of Truffaut, Rohmer, Rivette, and Chabrol - critics who toppled the old aesthetics by becoming, legendarily, directors themselves - and Godard's determination to make cinema the greatest of the arts."--BOOK JACKET+-+73281692855441ocn034885918book19970.63Dixon, Wheeler WThe films of Jean-Luc GodardCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this book, Wheeler Winston Dixon offers an overview of all of Godard's work as a filmmaker, including his work for television and his ethnographic work in Africa. Free from the jargon and value judgments that have marred much of what has been written about Godard, this is the only book that covers the entirety of Godard's career+-+303789642550311ocn000086590book19630.70Collet, JeanJean-Luc GodardCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography4894ocn038411314book19980.70Silverman, KajaSpeaking about GodardCriticism, interpretation, etcProbably the most prominent living filmmaker, and one of the foremost directors of the postwar era, Jean Luc-Godard has received astonishingly little critical attention in the United States. With Speaking about Godard, leading film theorist Kaja Silverman and filmmaker Harun Farocki have made one of the most significant contributions to film studies in recent memory: a lively set of conversations about Godard and his major films, from Contempt to Passion . Combining the insights of a feminist film theorist with those of an avant-garde filmmaker, these eight dialogues-each representing a diffe+-+70153296354773ocn058054058book20050.63Morrey, DouglasJean-Luc GodardCriticism, interpretation, etcMorrey offers a new interpretation of one of the most innovative directors in the history of cinema, covering the whole of Godard's career from the French New Wave to the more recent triumphs of 'Histoire(s) du cinema' and 'Eloge de l'amour'+-+14021546254496ocn000092159book19670.59Barr, CharlesThe Films of Jean-Luc Godard4472ocn005101469book19790.66Lesage, JuliaJean-Luc Godard : a guide to references and resourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography4363ocn001164640book19720.53Godard, Jean-LucGodard on Godard; critical writingsReviews4316ocn820846226file20120.70Morgan, DanielLate Godard and the possibilities of cinemaCriticism, interpretation, etcWith 'Late Godard and the Possibilities of Cinema', Daniel Morgan makes a significant contribution to scholarship on Jean-Luc Godard, especially his films and videos since the late 1980s, some of the most notoriously difficult works in contemporary cinema. Through detailed analyses of extended sequences, technical innovations, and formal experiments, Morgan provides an original interpretation of a series of several internally related films - 'Soigne ta droite' ('Keep Your Right Up', 1987), 'Nouvelle vague' ('New Wave', 1990), and 'Allemagne 90 neuf zero' ('Germany 90 Nine Zero', 1991) - and the monumental late video work, 'Histoire(s) du cinema' (1988-1998). Taking up a range of topics, including the role of nature and natural beauty, the relation between history and cinema, and the interactions between film and video, the book provides a distinctive account of the cinematic and intellectual ambitions of Godard's late work4302ocn040632411book19990.70Sterritt, DavidThe films of Jean-Luc Godard : seeing the invisibleCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyIn this study, David Sterritt offers an introductory overview of Godard's work as a filmmaker, critic, and video artist. In subsequent chapters, he traces Godard's visionary ideas through six of his key films+-+66243067054212ocn006196288book19800.59Kreidl, John FrancisJean-Luc Godard4001ocn039093615book19980.63Godard, Jean-LucJean-Luc Godard : interviewsInterviews"I am trying to change the world," film-maker Jean-Luc Godard told critic Gene Youngblood some thirty years ago. He has pursued his revolution in works ranging from the explosive Breathless to the eloquent Contempt to the controversial Hail Mary and the postmodern Histoire(s) du cinema, shaking up conventional formulas with boldly innovative approaches to every aspect of cinema and video - including film criticism via provocative essays in Cahiers du Cinema and interviews dating to the early years of his career. This book presents a varied selection of his conversations with critics, scholars, and journalists, spanning the 1960s to the 1990s and illuminating key facets of his life work and ideas+-+K5351532063941ocn030914150book19950.76Loshitzky, YosefaThe radical faces of Godard and BertolucciCriticism, interpretation, etc"From the radical 1960s through the neo-conservative 1980s and into the early 1990s, the provocative cinematic careers of French director Jean-Luc Godard and Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci have captured the imagination of filmgoers and critics alike. Although their films differ greatly -- Godard produces highly cerebral and theoretical work while Bertolucci creates films with more spectacle and emotionalism -- their careers have sparked lively discussion and debate, mostly centered around the notion of an Oedipal struggle between them. The Radical Faces of Godard and Bertolucci, however, provides new insight into their relationship by specifically addressing their influences upon each other. This careful analysis of their films pays special attention to the more recent and often critically neglected films, and locates their work within the cultural critiques of feminism, postmodernism, and multiculturalism." -- Publisher description3841ocn028183135book19920.66Godard, Jean-LucJean-Luc Godard : son + image, 1974-1991Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs+-+39661456353582ocn000219714book19680.66Jean-Luc Godard : a critical anthologyCriticism, interpretation, etc2627ocn052947856book20030.70For ever GodardCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9418856546+-+0455579425+-+0455579425Fri Mar 21 15:59:45 EDT 2014batch94867