Claude Chabrol
(Movies & TV)
Jean-Luc Godard
(Movies & TV)
Jacques Rivette
(Movies & TV)
Francois Truffaut
(Movies & TV)
Cannes Film Festival
(Movies & TV)
Agnes Varda
(Movies & TV)
Alain Resnais
(Movies & TV)

See also

French New Wave

Knowledge Identifier: $French_New_Wave


French New Wave

Blanket term coined by critics for a group of French filmmakers of the late 1950s and 1960s add

Category: Movies & TV

Launched in 1950.

Countries: France (77%), United States (12%), Switzerland (2%)

Main connections: Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard, Jacques Rivette

Linked to: Nouvelle Vague, Kingston University, University of Hull




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Their emergence came in the 1950s and they benefited from the youthful audience add something


Raymond Abrashkin - The movie, which came out in 1953, was nominated for an Academy Award, and won acclaim and praise from François Truffaut as setting the stage for the French New Wave movement


Silvia Monfort - In 1955, Agnès Varda, a photographer at the TNP, directed her first film, one of the first belonging to the New Wave


Serge Silberman - One of his first works as a film producer was Jean-Pierre Melville's 1955 film "Bob the Gambler", a precursor to the French New Wave movement


Paris Belongs to Us - Begun in 1957 and completed three years later, it was then-critic Rivette's first full-length film as a director and one of the first works of the French New Wave, though it was not released theatrically until 1961


The French New Wave was popular roughly between 1958 and 1964, although New Wave work existed as late as 1973 add something


Alain Resnais - Cannes Film Festival - The film was shown at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival, alongside Truffaut's "Les Quatre Cents Coups", and its success became associated with the emerging movement of the New Wave


Julien Duvivier - Cannes Film Festival - The same year he was invited to be part of the jury of the Cannes Film Festival, 1959, the year the Nouvelle Vague fully emerged


Cinema of France - From 1959 until 1979, Truffaut followed Léaud's character Antoine Doinel, who falls in love with Christine Darbon in "Stolen Kisses", marries her in "Bed & Board" and separates from her in the last post-New Wave movie "Love on the Run"


Claude Chabrol - "Le Beau Serge" is considered the inaugural film of the French New Wave Film movement that would peak between 1959 and 1962


Les Cousins (film) - "'Les Cousins"' is a 1959 French New Wave drama film directed by Claude Chabrol


Jean-Luc Godard - He is often identified with the 1960s French film movement "La Nouvelle Vague", or "New Wave"


Raymond Queneau - In 1960 the film adaptation directed by Louis Malle was released during the "Nouvelle Vague" movement


Claude Autant-Lara - In the 1960s, he turned his back on the New Wave movement, and from on he had no popular successes


Isao Takahata - Takahata has been influenced by Italian neorealism, Jacques Prévert, and French New Wave films during the 1960s


Seymour Stein - The term had previously been used to refer to the French New Wave film movement of the 1960s


Volker Schlondorff - The New German Cinema movement unofficially began in 1962 with the Oberhausen Manifesto, calling new young German filmmakers to revitalize filmmaking in Germany, much like the French New Wave and British New Wave of the previous few years


Before the Revolution - The film, strongly influenced by the French New Wave, was shot between September 1964 and November, 1963


Chantal Goya - She enjoyed a career as a French New Wave actress; she had a starring role as Madeleine in the 1966 Jean-Luc Godard film " and in Jean-Daniel Pollet's "


Out 1 - "'Out 1"' is a 1971 film directed by Jacques Rivette, one of the major filmmakers of the French New Wave


Claude Jade - In 2000 she won the New Wave *award at West Palm Beach International Film Festival for her "trend-setting role in the world cinema", followed in 2002 by the "Prix Réconnaissance des Cinéphiles" in Puget-Théniers


Alain Tanner - Influenced by his involvement with the British "Free Cinema" movement in London and with the French New Wave during his years in Paris , Tanner is best known for his movies "Jonas qui aura 25 ans en l'an 2000" , "Dans la ville blanche" and "Messidor"


New York: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2002 add something


Agnes Varda - "A History of the French New Wave Cinema" University of Wisconsin Press, 2007