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  French new wave: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
French (français, spelled françois until 1835, both pronounced in standard french, but often heard pronounced), or french language (langue française,...
Claude chabrol (born june 24, 1930) is a french cinema of francemovie director and has become well-known in the 40 years since his first film, le beau...
New hollywood refers to the brief time between roughly 1967 (bonnie and clyde, the graduate) and 1977 (star wars) when a new generation of young,...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/f/fr/french_new_wave.htm   (1485 words)

  
 DVD Verdict Review - Pulp Fiction: Collector's Edition
Sure, these genres were already established, each with their own sponsors seeing that their new, up-and-coming talent was being appreciated, but Pulp Fiction did more for all of them, like a supernova namechecking a superstar.
And Mia is exactly what she portrays: a failed actress hanging onto crime as the new celebrity.
For a long time, the mostly forgotten field of independent filmmaking was celebrated and new voices, from the profound to the profane, were given a chance at their 24 frames per second of fame.
www.dvdverdict.com /reviews/pulpfictionce.php   (3943 words)

  
 Jean Renoir
Renoir satirized the French ruling class, balancing between humor and pathos.
One of its most famous sequences is the brutal "rabbit hunt," which parallels with the fatal and farcical game of love and bourgeois partying.
The critic Andre Bazin hailed Renoir as the spiritual godfather of the French "new wave" in the 1950s and 1960s.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /jrenoir.htm   (2227 words)

  
 kamera.co.uk - contributor credits
Ben McCann teaches Film Studies at Liverpool John Moores University.  He is currently writing a book on 1930s French cinema and is also a contributor to the Wallflower Press Critical Guides (North American Directors/British and Irish Directors).  He can be reached at benjaminmccann75@yahoo.co.uk.
He is the author of The Pocket Essential French New Wave.
Simon Jones is an Assistant Lecturer at Thames Valley University London and a budding freelance journalist.
www.kamera.co.uk /credits.html   (1481 words)

  
 POLYPHONIC SIZE - Contact
THE STRANGLERS FRENCH SITE : In English and en Francais, with one Polyphonic page.
FRENCH NEW-WAVE : Rare 80's frenchy bands and records.
NEW WAVE PHOTOS : Par Philippe Carly, photographer.
polyphonicsize.free.fr /pages/contact2.html   (140 words)

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