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Hitchcockian: François Truffaut 's The Soft Skin (1964)

Lady Eve's Reel Life Posted by The Lady Eve on Aug 26, 2019

 ...For the Vive la France Blogathon... 35 years after his death in 1984, François Truffaut is usually remembered as the most successful of the youthful filmmakers to emerge from the nouvelle vague (New Wave) movement that swept French cinema in the late 1950s. But before he would write and read more

Une histoire d’eau (1961, François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard)

The Stop Button Posted by Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 6, 2019

Une histoire d’eau has a sense of humor, which ought to do it some favors, but none of the humor connects. The short, which co-director Truffaut apparently intended to be a romance, is instead this rushed, peculiar… blathering would be the best word for it, I think. D’Eau is about college student read more

A Film Dedicated to Lillian and Dorothy Gish : La Nuit Américaine (François Truffaut, 1973)

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Jul 29, 2018

La Nuit américaine (Day for Night) is one of those films I watched during the first years of my cinematic exploration. I remember liking back then but when I saw it for the second time years after, at the Outremont Theatre in Montreal, my reaction to it was completely different. I the right way. I read more

A Panel Discussion on Acclaimed Filmmaker and Critic Francois Truffaut

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Jul 20, 2016

Francois Truffaut (1932-1984). After a long hiatus, we're reviving our "3 on 3 panel" this month. The concept is that we ask three experts to answer three questions on a single classic film topic. This week, the Cafe poses three questions about French film critic and filmmaker Francois Truffaut. Ou read more

A Panel Discussion on Acclaimed Filmmaker and Critic Francois Truffaut

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Jul 20, 2016

Francois Truffaut (1932-1984). After a long hiatus, we're reviving our "3 on 3 panel" this month. The concept is that we ask three experts to answer three questions on a single classic film topic. This week, the Cafe poses three questions about French film critic and filmmaker Francois Truffaut. Ou read more

Episode 4: Day for Night and François Truffaut 1968-1975

Criterion Blues Posted by Aaron West on Aug 30, 2015

Aug 30 Posted by aaronwest Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher Or listen here to it here: For other apps or mobile devices, try this link. Or direct download/listen to the MP3. Show Notes Episode Outline: 0:00 – Welcome, Introduction, Corrections. 12:15 – News 34:25 – Day for Night 1:1 read more

Episode 4: Day for Night and François Truffaut 1968-1975

Criterion Blues Posted by Aaron West on Aug 30, 2015

Aug 30 Posted by aaronwest Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher Or listen here to it here: For other apps or mobile devices, try this link. Or direct download/listen to the MP3. Show Notes Episode Outline: 0:00 – Welcome, Introduction, Corrections. 12:15 – News 34:25 – Day for Night 1:1 read more

Episode 4: Day for Night and François Truffaut 1968-1975

Criterion Blues Posted by Aaron West on Aug 30, 2015

Aug 30 Posted by aaronwest Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher Or listen here to it here: For other apps or mobile devices, try this link. Or direct download/listen to the MP3. Show Notes Episode Outline: 0:00 – Welcome, Introduction, Corrections. 12:15 – News 34:25 – Day for Night 1:1 read more

The Best Films of Francois Truffaut

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 15, 2014

“I have always preferred the reflection of the life to life itself.” 1. The 400 Blows 2. Day for Night 3. Jules et Jim 4. Shoot the Piano Player 5. Stolen Kisses 6. Bed and Board 7. The Wild Child 8. The Soft Skin 9. The Last Metro 10. The Story of Adele H. 11. Pocket Money 12. Miss read more

The Best Films of Francois Truffaut

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 15, 2014

“I have always preferred the reflection of life to life itself.” 1. The 400 Blows 2. Day for Night 3. Jules et Jim 4. Shoot the Piano Player 5. Stolen Kisses 6. Bed and Board 7. The Wild Child 8. The Soft Skin 9. The Last Metro 10. The Story of Adele H. 11. Pocket Money 12. Mississi read more

TCM's Friday Night Spotlight in July: Francois Truffaut

Lady Eve's Reel Life Posted by The Lady Eve on Jul 5, 2013

Francois Truffaut Friday nights in July are going to be hot, and I’m not talking about the weather where I live. Beginning tonight and on the 12th, 19th and 26th, Turner Classic Movies will feature hour after hour of the films of one of the pioneers and masters of the French New Wave, read more

TCM's Friday Night Spotlight in July: Francois Truffaut

Lady Eve's Reel Life Posted by The Lady Eve on Jul 5, 2013

Francois Truffaut Friday nights in July are going to be hot, and I’m not talking about the weather where I live. Beginning tonight and on the 12th, 19th and 26th, Turner Classic Movies will feature hour after hour of the films of one of the pioneers and masters of the French New Wave, read more

TCM's Friday Night Spotlight in July: Francois Truffaut

Lady Eve's Reel Life Posted by The Lady Eve on Jul 5, 2013

Francois Truffaut Friday nights in July are going to be hot, and I’m not talking about the weather where I live. Beginning tonight and on the 12th, 19th and 26th, Turner Classic Movies will feature hour after hour of the films of one of the pioneers and masters of the French New Wave, read more

The Best Films of Francois Truffaut

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 2, 2012

1. The 400 Blows 2. Day for Night 3. Jules et Jim 4. Shoot the Piano Player 5. Stolen Kisses 6. Bed and Board 7. The Wild Child 8. The Soft Skin 9. The Last Metro 10. The Story of Adele H. 11. Pocket Money 12. Mississippi Mermaid 13. Confidentially Yours 14. The Woman Next Door 15. Close Encoun read more

The Mischief Makers (1957, François Truffaut)

The Stop Button Posted by on Jun 10, 2012

The Mischief Makers is undeniably well-made, with great photography from Jean Malige (if lousy editing by Cécile Decugis) and Truffaut’s deliberate and panoramic composition. It’s an adaptation of a short story, about a group of adolescent boys who playfully torment a young woman they&# read more

Top films of François Truffaut by LMdC

Le Mot du Cinephiliaque Posted by Michael on Dec 4, 2011

1. Jules et Jim (1961) 2. Les 400 coups (1959) 3. Baisers volés (1968) 4. La nuit américaine (1973) 5. Le dernier métro (1980) 6. Tirez sur le pianiste (1960) 7. Antoine et Colette (1962) 8. Les Mistons (1957) 7. Domicile conjugal (1970) 8. L’amour en fuite (1978) 9. Vivement Dimanche! (1983) read more

Kate Gabrielle on Francois Truffaut

Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog Posted by Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001

Over on my YouTube channel I posted an interview video with Kate Gabrielle. I met up with Kate in New York City and we sat down to discuss her favorite film director Francois Truffaut. I love how this conversation turned out and Kate had lots of great insights and fun stories to share. If you're a f read more

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