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Jean-Luc Godard

Jean-Luc Godard

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Born: December 3, 1930 Cause of Death:
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Director (feature film)

1.
Film Socialisme (2010)
Explores numerous conversations, in various languages, between the passengers aboard a Mediterranean cruise ship.
2.
Our Music (2004) as Director
Part poetry, part journalism, part philosophy, a timeless meditation on war as seen through the prisms of cinema, text and image. Largely set at a literary conference in Sarajevo, the film draws on the conflagration of the Bosnian war, but also draws on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the brutal t
3.
In Praise of Love (2001) as Director
Someone we hear talking - but whom we do not see - speaks of a project which describes the four key moments of love: meeting, physical passion, arguments/separation and making up. This project is to be told through three couples: young, adult and old. We do not know if the project is for a play, a f
4.
De L'Origine du XXIe Siecle (2000) as Director
Legendary filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard's visual summation of the past 100 years includes excerpts from fictional dramas, documentaries, newsreels and old porn movies linked by intertitles rolling back through the years.
5.
Histoire(s) du cinema (two chapters) (1997) as Director
Two more installments by director Jean-Luc Godard as he delivers a treatment on the collapse of cinematic integrity during the second World War and the medium's continued cravenness in the late '40s and early '50s.
6.
For Ever Mozart (1996) as Director
A meditation on the war in Bosnia and the process of filmmaking. A director is planning a film entitled "The Fatal Bolero", but is having problems casting. He then helps his cousin to stage an Alfred Musset play in Sarajevo, but runs away when the actors leave the play to join the war.
7.
Jlg/Jlg (1995) as Director
A dialectical diary of words, sound, and images which legendary filmmaker Jean Luc-Godard creates to focus on his rapport with art, nature, politics, philosophy, history, and most of all cinema.
8.
2 X 50 Years of French Cinema (1995) as Director
Presented by legendary helmer Jean-Luc Godard and his collaborator Anne-Marie Mieville--a collection of personal views on French cinema by various noted filmmakers.
9.
Germany Year 90 Nine Zero (1995) as Director
The supremely world-weary Lemmy Caution, last seen in Godard's "Alphaville" (France/1965), has several strange encounters while trying to make his way from the former East Germany to "the west."
10.
Children Play Russian, The (1994) as Director
Primarily told in English voiceovers, Godard on Russia, the West, and the rusted Iron Curtain in an investigative essay on the West's third major invasion of Russia.
11.
Helas Pour Moi (1993) as Director
Drama inspired by the "Canti" texts of the 19th-century poet Giacomo Leopardi, who exposes the permanent distress of a creator confronted by the endless misfortunes of humankind. It also derives from the Greek myth of Amphytrion and Alcimedes, and the gods'--Jupiter and Mercury, in this case--desire
12.
Contre l'oubli (1992) as Director
Thirty French filmmakers each deliver a short plea on behalf of someone in the world who has suffered a human rights violation--often torture or murder--because of his or her political beliefs.
13.
Nouvelle Vague (1990) as Director
A hitchhiker is taken in by a powerful and beautiful industrialist.
14.
King Lear (1987) as Director
A wealthy corporate executive arrives in Switzerland in search of a reclusive filmmaker to reaffirm his faith in the art form.
15.
Aria (1987) as Director ("Armide")
16.
Soigne ta droite (1987) as Director
The adventures, and unusual encounters of several different people, including The Man, The Frenchman, and The Individual, in their search for a true place on earth.
17.
Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company, The (1986) as Director
A late chapter in Godard's self-reflexive, lifelong, nearly religious meditation on the meaning, function, history and fate of the cinema with Jean-Pierre Leaud acting as filmmaker-within-the-film.
18.
Hail Mary (1985) as Director ("Je-Vous-Salue-Marie")
19.
Détective (1985) as Director
There is a lot of intrigue behind the scenes at the Hotel Concorde at St. Lazare. Hotel detective Inspector Neveu is spending his time working on a two-year-old murder case. Unhappily married guests Françoise and Emile Chenal are there to collect a large debt from boxing manager Jim Fox Warner. And
20.
Passion (1983) as Director
While shooting a film, the director becomes interested in the unfolding struggle of a young factory worker that has been laid off by a boss who did not like her union activities.
21.
First Name: Carmen (1983) as Director
22.
Every Man For Himself (1980) as Director
23.
Ici et ailleurs (1976) as Director
24.
Numero Deux (1975) as Director
25.
Comment ca va? (1975) as Director
26.
Letter to Jane, A (1972) as Director
27.
Tout va bien (1972) as Director
An American news correspondent gets mixed up with a wildcat strike.
28.
Vladimir et Rosa (1971) as Director
29.
One American Movie/1 A.M. (1971) as Director
30.
Wind From the East (1970) as Director
Godard takes an excursion into Marxist semantics and creates a film that is essentially about filmmakers discussing how to make a political film.
31.
Le gai savoir (1970) as Director
32.
Pravda (1970) as Director
33.
Two or Three Things I Know About Her (1970) as Director
The story of a housewife who must work the streets to earn an extra living--and who becomes the starting point for a larger socio-political essay.
34.
Sympathy for the Devil (1 + 1) (1969) as Director
About the making of The Rolling Stones' song, Sympathy for the Devil.
35.
Les carabiniers (1968) as Director
Two soldiers from an unnamed country are caught up in an absurd war.
36.
Weekend (1968) as Director
A young couple taking a country drive from Paris find themselves falling upon an incredible traffic jam and a subsequent path of destruction and mayhem.
37.
La Chinoise (1968) as Director
A small group of Frensh students is studing Mao, trying to find out their position in the world and how to change the world to a Maoistic comunity with the means of terrorism.
38.
The Oldest Profession (1968) as Dir of "Anticipation"
A collection of sketches on prostitution through the ages. 1) "The Prehistoric Era": A caveman discovers that a cavewoman is more attractive when cave paint is applied to her face. And she can earn more seashells that way. 2) "Roman Nights": The Emperor goes out seeking a little nocturnal amusement, only to find that the high-priced, Oriental courtesan he hires is his wife, the Empress. 3) "Mademoiselle Mimi": In revolutionary France, Mimi finds that her client, the nephew of a marquis, is more interested in watching the guillotinings out her window than he is in going to bed. 4) "The Gay Nineties": When Nini discovers by accident that her antiquated customer is a banker, she pretends to be an honest woman who has fallen in love with him. She even pays him, just like a gigolo! 5) "Paris Today": Two girls pick up clients by driving around in a car, and then an ambulance. Police pull the vehicle over for speeding. 6) "Anticipation": Demetrius has just arrived on Earth from another galaxy. But the girl brought to him by the commissar, Hostess 703, is not a "physical love" girl; she's a "sentimental love" one, who only knows how to excite men with language.
39.
Far From Vietnam (1968) as Director
40.
Six in Paris (1968) as Dir of "Montparnasse-Levallois"
Six vignettes set in different sections of Paris, by six directors. St. Germain des Pres (Douchet), Gare du Nord (Rouch), Rue St. Denis (Pollet), and Montparnasse et Levallois (Godard) are stories of love, flirtation and prostitution; Place d'Etoile (Rhomer) concerns a haberdasher and his umbrella; and La Muette (Chabrol), a bourgeois family and earplugs.
41.
Pierrot le fou (1968) as Director
Pierro escapes his boring society and travels from Paris to the Mediterian Sea with Marianne, a girl, who is chased by hit-men from Algeria. They lead a unortodox live, always on the run.
42.
Le petit soldat (1967) as Director
Love inspires a rootless young man to get involved in the battle for freedom in Algiers.
43.
Band of Outsiders (1966) as Director
Two crooks obsessed with Hollywood crime movies plot a big heist.
44.
Made in U.S.A. (1966) as Director
A woman's investigation of a former lover's political activities leaves a trail of dead bodies.
45.
Masculine Feminine (1966) as Director
A love affair between a young Parisian radical and a ye-ye singer.
46.
The Married Woman (1965) as Director
A young, married Parisian woman has an ongoing affair and is strongly influenced by advertising and fashion magazines.
47.
Alphaville (1965) as Director
A private eye is sent to rescue a scientist from a future world ruled by computers.
48.
Reportage sur Orly (1964) as Director
49.
A Woman Is a Woman (1964) as Director
An exotic dancer decides to have a child, but can't find a man to father it.
50.
Contempt (1964) as Director
A film production of The Odyssey causes friction in a marriage
51.
Seven Capital Sins (1963) as Dir of "Laziness"
Seven vignettes depict the comic side of the seven deadly sins.
52.
My Life To Live (1963) as Director
A young woman turns to prostitution to pay the rent.
53.
RoGoPag (1962) as Director ("Il Nouvo Mondo")
LA RICOTTA Nelle campagne fuori Roma, un regista (Orson Welles) sta girando un film di carattere religioso. Durante le riprese della crocifissione di Cristo, la comparsa Stracci, che interpreta uno dei ladroni, lascia ai propri familiari affamati il cestino fornito dalla produzione e, preso dai morsi della fame, si avventa su una tavola imbandita per le riprese e divora una enorme quantita di ricotta. Mentre F appeso in croce si sente male per l'indigestione di ricotta e muore, proprio come il ladrone del Vangelo.
54.
Breathless (1961) as Director
A small-time hood hides out from the cops with his American girlfriend.
55.
Operation Concrete (1954) as Director
A documentary about the construction of a Swiss dam.

Cast (feature film)

56.
Morceaux de conversations avec Jean-Luc Godard (2009)
Through his encounters with a broad range of people, Jean-Luc Godard reflects on history, politics, film, the image and time, leading him to the exhibition devoted to his artistic output at the Georges Pompidou Center.
57.
Words In Progress (2004) as Himself
A look back at the past films and filmmakers that have shown and spoken at the Cannes film festival.
58.
Our Music (2004) as Himself
Part poetry, part journalism, part philosophy, a timeless meditation on war as seen through the prisms of cinema, text and image. Largely set at a literary conference in Sarajevo, the film draws on the conflagration of the Bosnian war, but also draws on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the brutal t
59.
Apres la reconciliation (2000) as Robert
The lives of two women and two men become entwined as they discuss the fundamental questions of love, happiness, wisdom, and intelligence.
60.
Berlin-Cinema (Titre Provisoire) (1999) as Voice
A look at Berlin, a city on the brink of great architectural change, through the eyes of some of cinema's most well-known artists. Filmmakers Wim Wenders, Jean-Luc Godard, and Rudiger Volger, and architect Jean Nouvel all share their thoughts on film and Berlin, discussing German texts on cinema and
61.
Nous sommes tous encore ici (1997)
Three act film in which part one is a contemporized version of one of Plato's dialogues. Part two is a monologue from philosopher Hannah Arendt. Part three has a long-standing couple indulging in a series of exchanges.
62.
Jlg/Jlg (1995) as Himself
A dialectical diary of words, sound, and images which legendary filmmaker Jean Luc-Godard creates to focus on his rapport with art, nature, politics, philosophy, history, and most of all cinema.
63.
Children Play Russian, The (1994) as Himself
Primarily told in English voiceovers, Godard on Russia, the West, and the rusted Iron Curtain in an investigative essay on the West's third major invasion of Russia.
64.
Soigne ta droite (1987) as The Idiot; The Prince
The adventures, and unusual encounters of several different people, including The Man, The Frenchman, and The Individual, in their search for a true place on earth.
65.
King Lear (1987) as Professor
A wealthy corporate executive arrives in Switzerland in search of a reclusive filmmaker to reaffirm his faith in the art form.
66.
Chambre 666 (1984) as Himself
Location: Cannes, Room 666 at the Hotel Martinez. Godard, Fassbinder, Spielberg, Antonioni and other famous directors answer the question: "Is cinema a language about to get lost, an art about to die?"
67.
First Name: Carmen (1983) as Uncle Jean
68.
Reporters (1981)
A documentary about a month's worth of assignments made by Paris's Gamma Agency (which Depardon co-founded). The film shows how the manic pace of the photogs and the encumbrance of their telefoto and wide-angle lenses literally distort, minimize and magnify news events out of proprotion.
69.
Kleine Godard, Der (1978) as Himself
70.
Numero Deux (1975) as Himself
71.
Letter to Jane, A (1972) as Narration
73.
Vladimir et Rosa (1971) as Himself
74.
One American Movie/1 A.M. (1971) as Himself
75.
Two or Three Things I Know About Her (1970) as Narrator
The story of a housewife who must work the streets to earn an extra living--and who becomes the starting point for a larger socio-political essay.
76.
Le petit soldat (1967) as Bystander at railway station
Love inspires a rootless young man to get involved in the battle for freedom in Algiers.
77.
Made in U.S.A. (1966) as Voice Of Richard Politzer
A woman's investigation of a former lover's political activities leaves a trail of dead bodies.
78.
The Defector (1966) as Orlovsky's friend
A shady CIA agent recruits an American physicist to help a Russian scientist defect.
79.
Band of Outsiders (1966) as Narrator
Two crooks obsessed with Hollywood crime movies plot a big heist.
80.
The Married Woman (1965) as Narrator
A young, married Parisian woman has an ongoing affair and is strongly influenced by advertising and fashion magazines.
81.
Contempt (1964) as Assistant director
A film production of The Odyssey causes friction in a marriage
82.
My Life To Live (1963) as Voice
A young woman turns to prostitution to pay the rent.
83.
Paris Belongs to Us (1962) as
A young French girl becomes embroiled with some young Spaniards, who fear for their lives in regards to some organization is out to get them becuase of some supposed involvement in a conspiracy. But, the Spaniards chose suicide over murder.
84.
Cleo From 5 to 7 (1962) as
This film concentrates on two hours in the life of a French singer waiting on the results of a cancer test.
85.
RoGoPag (1962)
LA RICOTTA Nelle campagne fuori Roma, un regista (Orson Welles) sta girando un film di carattere religioso. Durante le riprese della crocifissione di Cristo, la comparsa Stracci, che interpreta uno dei ladroni, lascia ai propri familiari affamati il cestino fornito dalla produzione e, preso dai morsi della fame, si avventa su una tavola imbandita per le riprese e divora una enorme quantita di ricotta. Mentre F appeso in croce si sente male per l'indigestione di ricotta e muore, proprio come il ladrone del Vangelo.
86.
Breathless (1961) as Informer
A small-time hood hides out from the cops with his American girlfriend.
87.
Sign of Leo, The (1960)
A struggling American composer living in Paris, learns that he is to inherit a fortune, but when some misunderstanding is made, he plummets into a life of abject poverty, resorting to begging on the streets, until a strange twist of events comes to his rescue.

Writer (feature film)

88.
Film Socialisme (2010)
Explores numerous conversations, in various languages, between the passengers aboard a Mediterranean cruise ship.
89.
Our Music (2004) as Screenwriter
Part poetry, part journalism, part philosophy, a timeless meditation on war as seen through the prisms of cinema, text and image. Largely set at a literary conference in Sarajevo, the film draws on the conflagration of the Bosnian war, but also draws on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the brutal t
90.
In Praise of Love (2001) as Screenwriter
Someone we hear talking - but whom we do not see - speaks of a project which describes the four key moments of love: meeting, physical passion, arguments/separation and making up. This project is to be told through three couples: young, adult and old. We do not know if the project is for a play, a f
91.
For Ever Mozart (1996) as Screenwriter
A meditation on the war in Bosnia and the process of filmmaking. A director is planning a film entitled "The Fatal Bolero", but is having problems casting. He then helps his cousin to stage an Alfred Musset play in Sarajevo, but runs away when the actors leave the play to join the war.
92.
Jlg/Jlg (1995) as Screenwriter
A dialectical diary of words, sound, and images which legendary filmmaker Jean Luc-Godard creates to focus on his rapport with art, nature, politics, philosophy, history, and most of all cinema.
93.
Germany Year 90 Nine Zero (1995) as Screenwriter
The supremely world-weary Lemmy Caution, last seen in Godard's "Alphaville" (France/1965), has several strange encounters while trying to make his way from the former East Germany to "the west."
94.
2 X 50 Years of French Cinema (1995) as Screenwriter
Presented by legendary helmer Jean-Luc Godard and his collaborator Anne-Marie Mieville--a collection of personal views on French cinema by various noted filmmakers.
95.
Children Play Russian, The (1994) as Screenwriter
Primarily told in English voiceovers, Godard on Russia, the West, and the rusted Iron Curtain in an investigative essay on the West's third major invasion of Russia.
96.
Helas Pour Moi (1993) as Screenwriter
Drama inspired by the "Canti" texts of the 19th-century poet Giacomo Leopardi, who exposes the permanent distress of a creator confronted by the endless misfortunes of humankind. It also derives from the Greek myth of Amphytrion and Alcimedes, and the gods'--Jupiter and Mercury, in this case--desire
97.
Nouvelle Vague (1990) as Screenwriter
A hitchhiker is taken in by a powerful and beautiful industrialist.
98.
Soigne ta droite (1987) as Screenwriter
The adventures, and unusual encounters of several different people, including The Man, The Frenchman, and The Individual, in their search for a true place on earth.
99.
Aria (1987) as Screenwriter
100.
King Lear (1987) as Screenwriter
A wealthy corporate executive arrives in Switzerland in search of a reclusive filmmaker to reaffirm his faith in the art form.
101.
Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company, The (1986) as Screenwriter
A late chapter in Godard's self-reflexive, lifelong, nearly religious meditation on the meaning, function, history and fate of the cinema with Jean-Pierre Leaud acting as filmmaker-within-the-film.
102.
Détective (1985) as Screenwriter
There is a lot of intrigue behind the scenes at the Hotel Concorde at St. Lazare. Hotel detective Inspector Neveu is spending his time working on a two-year-old murder case. Unhappily married guests Françoise and Emile Chenal are there to collect a large debt from boxing manager Jim Fox Warner. And
103.
Hail Mary (1985) as Screenwriter
104.
Breathless (1983) as From Screenplay ("Au Bout De Souffle")
105.
Passion (1983) as Screenwriter
While shooting a film, the director becomes interested in the unfolding struggle of a young factory worker that has been laid off by a boss who did not like her union activities.
106.
First Name: Carmen (1983) as Screenwriter
107.
Every Man For Himself (1980) as Dialogue
108.
Every Man For Himself (1980) as Screenwriter
109.
Ici et ailleurs (1976) as Screenwriter
110.
Comment ca va? (1975) as Screenwriter
111.
Numero Deux (1975) as Screenwriter
112.
Tout va bien (1972) as Screenwriter
An American news correspondent gets mixed up with a wildcat strike.
113.
Letter to Jane, A (1972) as Screenwriter
114.
One American Movie/1 A.M. (1971) as Screenwriter
115.
Two or Three Things I Know About Her (1970) as Screenwriter
The story of a housewife who must work the streets to earn an extra living--and who becomes the starting point for a larger socio-political essay.
116.
Wind From the East (1970) as Screenwriter
Godard takes an excursion into Marxist semantics and creates a film that is essentially about filmmakers discussing how to make a political film.
117.
Le gai savoir (1970) as Screenwriter
118.
Pravda (1970) as Screenwriter
119.
Sympathy for the Devil (1 + 1) (1969) as Writer
About the making of The Rolling Stones' song, Sympathy for the Devil.
120.
Six in Paris (1968) as Scr for "Montparnasse-Levallois"
Six vignettes set in different sections of Paris, by six directors. St. Germain des Pres (Douchet), Gare du Nord (Rouch), Rue St. Denis (Pollet), and Montparnasse et Levallois (Godard) are stories of love, flirtation and prostitution; Place d'Etoile (Rhomer) concerns a haberdasher and his umbrella; and La Muette (Chabrol), a bourgeois family and earplugs.
121.
The Oldest Profession (1968) as Scenario for "Anticipation"
A collection of sketches on prostitution through the ages. 1) "The Prehistoric Era": A caveman discovers that a cavewoman is more attractive when cave paint is applied to her face. And she can earn more seashells that way. 2) "Roman Nights": The Emperor goes out seeking a little nocturnal amusement, only to find that the high-priced, Oriental courtesan he hires is his wife, the Empress. 3) "Mademoiselle Mimi": In revolutionary France, Mimi finds that her client, the nephew of a marquis, is more interested in watching the guillotinings out her window than he is in going to bed. 4) "The Gay Nineties": When Nini discovers by accident that her antiquated customer is a banker, she pretends to be an honest woman who has fallen in love with him. She even pays him, just like a gigolo! 5) "Paris Today": Two girls pick up clients by driving around in a car, and then an ambulance. Police pull the vehicle over for speeding. 6) "Anticipation": Demetrius has just arrived on Earth from another galaxy. But the girl brought to him by the commissar, Hostess 703, is not a "physical love" girl; she's a "sentimental love" one, who only knows how to excite men with language.
122.
Les carabiniers (1968) as Screenwriter
Two soldiers from an unnamed country are caught up in an absurd war.
123.
Pierrot le fou (1968) as Screenwriter
Pierro escapes his boring society and travels from Paris to the Mediterian Sea with Marianne, a girl, who is chased by hit-men from Algeria. They lead a unortodox live, always on the run.
124.
Weekend (1968) as Screenwriter
A young couple taking a country drive from Paris find themselves falling upon an incredible traffic jam and a subsequent path of destruction and mayhem.
125.
La Chinoise (1968) as Screenwriter
A small group of Frensh students is studing Mao, trying to find out their position in the world and how to change the world to a Maoistic comunity with the means of terrorism.
126.
Le petit soldat (1967) as Screenwriter
Love inspires a rootless young man to get involved in the battle for freedom in Algiers.
127.
Masculine Feminine (1966) as Screenwriter
A love affair between a young Parisian radical and a ye-ye singer.
128.
Band of Outsiders (1966) as Screenwriter
Two crooks obsessed with Hollywood crime movies plot a big heist.
129.
Made in U.S.A. (1966) as Screenwriter
A woman's investigation of a former lover's political activities leaves a trail of dead bodies.
130.
The Married Woman (1965) as Screenwriter
A young, married Parisian woman has an ongoing affair and is strongly influenced by advertising and fashion magazines.
131.
Alphaville (1965) as Screenwriter
A private eye is sent to rescue a scientist from a future world ruled by computers.
132.
A Woman Is a Woman (1964) as Screenwriter
An exotic dancer decides to have a child, but can't find a man to father it.
133.
A Woman Is a Woman (1964) as Adaptation
An exotic dancer decides to have a child, but can't find a man to father it.
134.
Contempt (1964) as Screenwriter
A film production of The Odyssey causes friction in a marriage
135.
My Life To Live (1963) as Screenwriter
A young woman turns to prostitution to pay the rent.
136.
Seven Capital Sins (1963) as Scr for "Laziness"
Seven vignettes depict the comic side of the seven deadly sins.
137.
RoGoPag (1962) as From Story ("Le Nouveau Monde")
LA RICOTTA Nelle campagne fuori Roma, un regista (Orson Welles) sta girando un film di carattere religioso. Durante le riprese della crocifissione di Cristo, la comparsa Stracci, che interpreta uno dei ladroni, lascia ai propri familiari affamati il cestino fornito dalla produzione e, preso dai morsi della fame, si avventa su una tavola imbandita per le riprese e divora una enorme quantita di ricotta. Mentre F appeso in croce si sente male per l'indigestione di ricotta e muore, proprio come il ladrone del Vangelo.
138.
RoGoPag (1962) as Screenwriter
LA RICOTTA Nelle campagne fuori Roma, un regista (Orson Welles) sta girando un film di carattere religioso. Durante le riprese della crocifissione di Cristo, la comparsa Stracci, che interpreta uno dei ladroni, lascia ai propri familiari affamati il cestino fornito dalla produzione e, preso dai morsi della fame, si avventa su una tavola imbandita per le riprese e divora una enorme quantita di ricotta. Mentre F appeso in croce si sente male per l'indigestione di ricotta e muore, proprio come il ladrone del Vangelo.
139.
Breathless (1961) as Screenwriter
A small-time hood hides out from the cops with his American girlfriend.
140.
Operation Concrete (1954) as Screenwriter
A documentary about the construction of a Swiss dam.

Producer (feature film)

141.
In Praise of Love (2001) as Producer
Someone we hear talking - but whom we do not see - speaks of a project which describes the four key moments of love: meeting, physical passion, arguments/separation and making up. This project is to be told through three couples: young, adult and old. We do not know if the project is for a play, a f
142.
2 X 50 Years of French Cinema (1995) as Producer
Presented by legendary helmer Jean-Luc Godard and his collaborator Anne-Marie Mieville--a collection of personal views on French cinema by various noted filmmakers.
143.
Jlg/Jlg (1995) as Producer
A dialectical diary of words, sound, and images which legendary filmmaker Jean Luc-Godard creates to focus on his rapport with art, nature, politics, philosophy, history, and most of all cinema.
144.
Every Man For Himself (1980) as Producer
145.
Numero Deux (1975) as Producer
146.
Letter to Jane, A (1972) as Producer
147.
Tout va bien (1972) as Producer
An American news correspondent gets mixed up with a wildcat strike.
148.
Vladimir et Rosa (1971) as Producer
149.
Pravda (1970) as Producer
150.
See You at Mao (1970) as Producer
151.
Bad Company (1969) as Prod of "Santa Claus Has Blue Eyes"
Daniel needs some money to buy a duffle coat that is in fashion, so he agrees to work for a photographer by dressing up as Santa Claus. He discovers that it is much easier to meet girls when he is in his costume.
152.
Operation Concrete (1954) as Producer
A documentary about the construction of a Swiss dam.

Editing (feature film)

153.
Film Socialisme (2010)
Explores numerous conversations, in various languages, between the passengers aboard a Mediterranean cruise ship.
154.
For Ever Mozart (1996) as Editor
A meditation on the war in Bosnia and the process of filmmaking. A director is planning a film entitled "The Fatal Bolero", but is having problems casting. He then helps his cousin to stage an Alfred Musset play in Sarajevo, but runs away when the actors leave the play to join the war.
155.
Germany Year 90 Nine Zero (1995) as Editor
The supremely world-weary Lemmy Caution, last seen in Godard's "Alphaville" (France/1965), has several strange encounters while trying to make his way from the former East Germany to "the west."
156.
Children Play Russian, The (1994) as Editor
Primarily told in English voiceovers, Godard on Russia, the West, and the rusted Iron Curtain in an investigative essay on the West's third major invasion of Russia.
157.
Helas Pour Moi (1993) as Editor
Drama inspired by the "Canti" texts of the 19th-century poet Giacomo Leopardi, who exposes the permanent distress of a creator confronted by the endless misfortunes of humankind. It also derives from the Greek myth of Amphytrion and Alcimedes, and the gods'--Jupiter and Mercury, in this case--desire
158.
Nouvelle Vague (1990) as Editor
A hitchhiker is taken in by a powerful and beautiful industrialist.
159.
Aria (1987) as Editor ("Armide")
160.
King Lear (1987) as Editor
A wealthy corporate executive arrives in Switzerland in search of a reclusive filmmaker to reaffirm his faith in the art form.
161.
Soigne ta droite (1987) as Editor
The adventures, and unusual encounters of several different people, including The Man, The Frenchman, and The Individual, in their search for a true place on earth.
162.
Hail Mary (1985) as Editor ("Je-Vous-Salue-Marie")
163.
First Name: Carmen (1983) as Editor
164.
Passion (1983) as Editor
While shooting a film, the director becomes interested in the unfolding struggle of a young factory worker that has been laid off by a boss who did not like her union activities.
165.
Every Man For Himself (1980) as Editor
166.
Wind From the East (1970) as Film Editor
Godard takes an excursion into Marxist semantics and creates a film that is essentially about filmmakers discussing how to make a political film.
167.
Breathless (1961) as Ed (see note)
A small-time hood hides out from the cops with his American girlfriend.
168.
Operation Concrete (1954) as Editor
A documentary about the construction of a Swiss dam.

Music (feature film)

169.
A Woman Is a Woman (1964) as Composer
An exotic dancer decides to have a child, but can't find a man to father it.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

170.
Lola (1962) as Prod cons
A cabaret singer and mother named Lola is courted by two men, yet her heart longs for her long absent lover.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

171.
Bad Influence (1990)
An unsuspecting young man falls in with a bad crowd of thieves and murderers.
172.
Bad Influence (1990)
An unsuspecting young man falls in with a bad crowd of thieves and murderers.

Director (short)

173.
Charlotte et son Jules (1958) as Director
174.
Story of Water, A (1958) as Director
175.
All Boys are Called Patrick (1957) as Director
176.
Femme Coquette, Une (1955) as Director

Cast (short)

177.
Fiances du Pont Macdonald, Les (1961)
A silent burlesque short, subsequently incorporated into Varda's feature-length "Cleo de 5 a 7" (France/62).
179.
Charlotte et son Jules (1958) as Voice Of Jean-Paul Belmondo
180.
Story of Water, A (1958) as Narration
181.
Coup du Berger, Le (1956) as Himself
182.
Femme Coquette, Une (1955) as Client

Cinematography (short)

183.
Femme Coquette, Une (1955) as Director Of Photography

Writer (short)

184.
Charlotte et son Jules (1958) as Screenwriter
185.
Story of Water, A (1958) as Screenwriter
186.
Femme Coquette, Une (1955) as Screenwriter

Producer (short)

187.
Sonate a Kreutzer, La (1956) as Producer
188.
Femme Coquette, Une (1955) as Producer

Editing (short)

189.
Story of Water, A (1958) as Editor
190.
Charlotte et son Jules (1958) as Editor
191.
Femme Coquette, Une (1955) as Editor

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