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Truffaut

François . 1932--84, French film director of the New Wave. His films include Les Quatre cents coups (1959), Jules et Jim (1961), Baisers volés (1968), and Le Dernier Métro (1980)
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There also is further paradox in that Renoir and Truffaut both were well aware of the obsessiveness that often drives art.
The Truffaut interviews began on his 63rd birthday, when he was in postproduction with "The Birds," his 48th feature.
In 1954, Laurent and his collaborator Jean Aurel (who was in charge of the cinema page) hired 22-year old Francois Truffaut to write about films for Arts.
Known for hisfluid camera work and post-modern approach, Truffaut was one of the key figures of the French new wave cinema of the late 1950s and is spoken in the same breath as other movie legends such as Jean-Luc Godard and Louis Malle.
Each campaign targets pledgers who are looking to support creative or innovative projects against non-monetary rewards," explained Truffaut.
Contemporary audiences loved something similar in Hitchcock: the filmmaking craft that not only fixed them in their seats but also blinded them to what Truffaut called the movies' "substance.
Many would do well to check out "Breathless," directed by Godard with a story written by Truffaut.
Claude Miller, Film Director and Truffaut , Dies at at 70 [NYT]
Neorealism is replaced in France by La Nouvelle Vague, which emerges in the Sixties with Truffaut and Malle, who often depict conflicts between generations.
Science-fiction devotees found the film unconvincing, since Truffaut had systematically eliminated almost all the novel's futuristic gadgets.
por el interes que pueden suscitar aun las ideas de Burns en torno a Truffaut.
Truffaut turns the camera on himself as Ferrand, the director of ill-fated melodrama Meet Pamela, which is shooting on location in Nice.