GODAR Jean-Luc (Jean-Luc Godard)( writer director film theorists)
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Biography GODAR Jean-Luc (Jean-Luc Godard)
French film director, screenwriter, and film theorist, Jean-Luc Godard was born Dec. 3, 1930 in Paris to a wealthy family: his father was a doctor and had its own clinic and her mother came from a family of Swiss bankers. He was educated in Switzerland and in Paris lycee 'Romer'. In 1949, Jean-Luc Godard joined the Faculty of Philosophy at the Sorbonne and graduated from the university graduated ethnographer. Passion for cinema and familiarity with a prominent critic A. Bazin led him in 1959 in the 'Gazette du Cinema', and a year later Godard began active cooperation with the magazine 'Cahiers du Cinema'. In 1954 he debuted as a film director, putting a short film 'Operation concrete'. Released in 1959, the first feature film Godard - 'Breathless' - marked the emergence of the French cinema of the new generation of filmmakers, . later called 'new wave', . in whose works became the main theme of rebellious youth,
. His next film, 'Little Soldier', was banned by the censor and was released on screens only in 1963. In his works, the director explores the complex socio-psychological problems of society - 'Contempt', 'La Chinoise', 'Live your life', 'Carabinieri'. Of particular note is a fantastic anti-Utopia 'Alphaville', in which he denounced totalitarianism and technocrats. As one of the ideological leaders of 'the May student revolution' in 1968, . Jean-Luc Godard in the late 1960's and in 1970 began to take political propaganda films with explicit leftist positions, . fundamentally re-examining how the style, . and the appointment of cinema in general,
. K 'big movie' the director did not return until early 1980, and the most prominent bands of this period were 'Passion' and 'Name: Carmen'. He also touched upon the creation of various kinoantology ( 'history (and) Film'); theme of art and the artist has a special place in the lifting Godard in 1996 film 'Mozart forever'. Works by Jean-Luc Godard has had an enormous influence on world cinema, and the director called his teacher many filmmakers in the world.