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Présentation de Jean-Baptiste Larramendy

Atelier - Workshop - Le cinéma français contemporain - the New French Cinema
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Présentation de Jean-Baptiste Larramendy

  1. 1. THE NEW FRENCH CINEMA 3 movies - Eden Sept.06 - StruggleforLife Sept.13 - Raw Sept.20 1 conference Sept.27 withJean-BaptisteLarramendy
  2. 2. THE NEW FRENCH CINEMA PART I The Death of French Culture Donald Morrison’s article in The Times’ magazine. The last French filmmakers to have emerged on the global stage A contrasted look at the selections of the greatest film festivals A new generation of filmmakers growing in the shadow of ‘the Greats’ Culture is not a product, a lesson by Jean-Luc Godard About Desplechin, Assayas & Co. Can we talk about the emergence of a new ‘French Cinema’?
  3. 3. THE NEW FRENCH CINEMA PART II The New French Cinema The new comedy A daring approach to genre films The new rules of storytelling The first rule is that there’s no rule anymore Don’t try to be popular and be yourself
  4. 4. The Death of French Culture Donald Morrison’s article in Time magazine 2007: a 6-pages article in Time magazine 2010: a 200-pages book
  5. 5. The Death of French Culture Do you think a film should be considered a film a (cultural) product? Has French ‘soft power’ waned in the XXIst century? Is there a correlation between the two?
  6. 6. The Death of French Culture In 2001, Amelie made 33M$ at the US box-office In 2002, Christopher Gans’ Brotherhood of the Wolves made 11M$ In 2007, La Vie en Rose made 10M$ In 2012, The Intouchables made 10M$
  7. 7. The last French filmmakers to have emerged on the global stage Who do you know among those filmmakers: Jean-Luc Godard François Truffaut Olivier Assayas Agnès Varda Jacques Audiard Luc Besson Jean-Jacques Annaud Leo Carrax Jean-Jacques Beneix Mia Hansen-Love Justine Triet
  8. 8. The last French filmmakers to have emerged on the global stage Yann Gonzales Arnaud Desplechin Jacques Demy Christopher Gans Julia Ducournau Matthieu Kassovitz Jean-Pierre Jeunet Antonin Peretjatko Maïwenn Emmanuelle Bercot Bertrand Bonello Robin Campillo François Ozon Jacques Doilon Bruno Dumont Nicole Garcia Alain Guiraudie Stéphane Brizé Valérie Donzelli Guillaume Nicloux Michel Hazanavicius Abdellatif Kechiche
  9. 9. The last French filmmakers to have emerged on the global stage Luc Besson: first movie in 1983 => 280 000 admissions second movie in 1985 => 2 920 000 admissions Jean-Jacques Annaud: first movie in 1976 => 170 000 admissions second movie in 1979 => 900 000 admissions third movie in 1981 => 4 950 000 admissions Antonin Peretjatko: first movie in 2013 => 50 000 admissions second movie in 2016 => 100 000 admissions
  10. 10. A contrasted look at the selections of the greatest film festivals Yann Gonzales Arnaud Desplechin Jacques Demy Christopher Gans Julia Ducournau Matthieu Kassovitz Jean-Pierre Jeunet Antonin Peretjatko Maïwenn Emmanuelle Bercot Bertrand Bonello Robin Campillo François Ozon Jacques Doilon Bruno Dumont Nicole Garcia Alain Guiraudie Stéphane Brizé Valérie Donzelli Guillaume Nicloux Michel Hazanavicius Abdellatif Kechiche
  11. 11. A contrasted look at the selections of the greatest film festivals Dheepan received the Golden Palm in 2015 Blue is the warmest color received the Golden Palm in 2013 The Class received the Golden Palm in 2008
  12. 12. A contrasted look at the selections of the greatest film festivals Venise Film Festival Berlin Film Festival
  13. 13. A new generation of filmmakers growing in the shadow of ‘the Greats’ Culture is not a product, a lesson by Jean-Luc Godard In 2001, In Praise of Love (Éloge de l'amour) was released. The film is notable for its use of both film and video—the first half captured in 35-mm black and white, the latter half shot in color on DV—and subsequently transferred to film for editing. The blending of film and video recalls the statement from Sauve Qui Peut, in which the tension between film and video evokes the struggle between Cain and Abel. The film is also noted for containing themes of aging, love, separation, and rediscovery as it follows the young artist Edgar in his contemplation of a new work on the four stages of love.
  14. 14. About Desplechin, Assayas & Co.
  15. 15. Can we talk about the emergence of a new ‘French Cinema’? Antonin Peretjatko
  16. 16. The New French Cinema The new comedy Quentin Dupieux Wrong (2012) Rubber (2010) Antonin Peretjatko Justine Triet La Bataille de Solférino In Bed with Victoria Valérie Donzelli Declaration of War Hand in Hand
  17. 17. A daring approach to genre films Hardcore horror movies and more Xavier Gens Alexandre Aja Pascal Laugier
  18. 18. A daring approach to genre films The new genre films Raw After ‘Raw’ Revenge Dans la Brume La Nuit a dévoré le Monde
  19. 19. The new rules of storytelling The first rule is that there’s no rule anymore Don’t try to be popular and be yourself Les Garçons sauvages
  20. 20. The new rules of storytelling The first rule is that there’s no rule anymore Don’t try to be popular and be yourself Yann Gonzales’s Knife + Heart
  21. 21. Mia Hansen-Love
  22. 22. A short movie?

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