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FILMOGRAPHY Links to reviews and pages of interest
ESSAYS Academic, General, Specific Films
INTERVIEWS Godard and Related
COLLEAGUES Anna Karina, Jean-Pierre Gorin, Raoul Coutard, Anne-Marie Miéville...
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(Sept 18th, 2008):
Une catastrophe, Godard's trailer for Viennale 2008 (Sept 6th, 2004)
Notre musique wins the FIPRESCI Grand Prix for Best Film of the Year (Sept 6th, 2004) THE PERSONAL IS POLITICAL - CINEMA ACCORDING TO JEAN-PIERRE GORIN, Sat Sept. 11, 2004, Lincoln Center, New York, NY
(July 13th, 2004) at the Toronto International Film Festival
Notre musique (Aug 9, 2004) The Criterion release of
Une Femme est une femme (May 18th, 2004) The Cannes press conference for Notre musique
(May 13th, 2004) The trailer for Notre musique
(May 10th, 2004) Some info and images from
Notre musique (April 13th, 2004)
Notre musique to screen at Cannes (March 31st, 2004)
Une femme est une femme to be released on Criterion DVD (Feb 2nd, 2004) Colin McCabe will be lecturing at the Cinematheque Ontario on Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 6:30 PM
(Jan 25th, 2004) A Paris court has found Jean-Luc Godard guilty of copyright infringement. He used text by Viviane Forrester in King Lear without authorization.
(Dec 10th, 2003) Colin MacCabe's new biography, , is now available in the UK! It is to be released in the Godard: A Portrait of the Artist at Seventy US in January, and Canada in February -- hear MacCabe discuss Godard on BBC radio
(October 26th, 2003) The site has reached 100,000 hits! Thanks to everyone for their support.
(August 5th, 2003) According to , Film Comment Notre musique is finished! (Thanks to Andrew Woodward for the scoop)
(April 20th, 2003) According to these sources, Godard has started shooting his next feature, Notre musique: Variety; L'Autre Cinema
(Feb 10th, 2003) Official site for , including Godard's Paris, je t'aime Champ contre champ
(Jan 24th, 2003) has a new Senses of Cinema Godard entry in its Great Directors: A Critical Database
(Jan 21st, 2003) , a retrospective in Nantes, Feb 4-16, 2003
Jean-Luc Godard: années politiques années oubliées (October 30th, 2002) Godard misses the opening of
Liberté et Patrie, citing sickness (again) (October 3rd, 2002) Godard is awarded the Praemium Imperiale Award for film/theatre (some audio and video here)
(August 25th, 2002) Ten Minutes Older: The Cello, including Godard's , at the Dans le noir du temps 2002 Toronto International Film Festival
(July 4th, 2002) For everyone who has been e-mailing me requesting contact info for Godard, please go here
(July 3rd, 2002) According to this, Godard has a new film for L’arteplage mobile du Jura entitled Liberté et Patrie. If anyone has any information on this film or on l'AMJ, please e-mail me!
SONIMAGE: The Legacies of Jean-Luc Godard, a bilingual, inter-disciplinary conference celebrating Godard's 80th birthday to be held at the University of Regina (Saskatchewan, Canada), Sept 16-18, 2010
Cinéma et Engagement: Contours of Commitment in French Cinema, September 12-13, 2002, including some abstacts on Godard's work
Details and schedule for READING GODARD: INTERTEXTUALITY AND THE FILM AND VIDEO WORK OF JEAN-LUC GODARD, an international conference at the University of Iowa, April 5-7, 2002. My Report: Between Seeing and Reading
Conference reports with papers on Godard: Cinéma, Art(s) Plastique(s), Centre Culturel International de Cerisy, France, 14-21 June 2001 and Exploring Masculinities and Film at the Centre for Research into Film and Media, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2-4 July 2001
Details on FOR EVER GODARD, an International Conference on the work of Jean-Luc Godard at Tate Modern, London: June 21-24, 2001. Conference Reports: A Tale of Two Conferences; For Ever Godard
Godard et le métier d'artiste, Universités de Metz, Paris 8 et Saint-Etienne, 1998
BOOKS AND REVIEWS
Godard: A Portrait of the Artist at Seventy, by Colin MacCabe, reviewed by:
Godard: Thinking Media, by Marcia Landy (review of Sterritt's Seeing the Invisible) and Sterritt's reply
, von Christina Scherer
Ivens, Marker, Godard, Jarman: Erinnerung im Essayfilm The Enduring Avant-Garde: Jean-Luc Godard and William Kentridge, exhibition review by Michael Rush
: interviews by Charles Tesson and Emmanuel Burdeau
The Future(s) of Film , sous la direction de Gilles Delavaud, Jean-Pierre Esquenazi et Marie-Françoise Grange
Godard et le métier d'artiste High prase for Dixon's
The Films of Jean-Luc Godard The Godard Renaissance: Impossible Work, by Glen Norton (review of Dixon's The Films of Jean-Luc Godard, Sterritt's Seeing the Invisible, Wills' Pierrot le fou and Silverman and Farocki's Speaking About Godard)
Looking Forward to Godard, by Hassan Melehy (review of Dixon's The Films of Jean-Luc Godard)
Scanning Godard, by Adrian Martin (review of Sterritt's Seeing the Invisible and Silverman and Farocki's Speaking About Godard)
More Histoire(s) du Cinema?, by Paul Sutton (review of Silverman and Farocki's Speaking About Godard)
A Modest Employee of the Cinema vs The Big Garage, by Martha P. Nochimson (review of Sterritt's Jean-Luc Godard Interviews)
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