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Is the French New Wave still relevant?

Themes and values from the French New Wave (FNW) have become commonplace in filmmaking. Do you think the theories and underpinnings of the movement are still relevant or important? If it is or is not in your mind, why?

  • interesting topic! before it's approved I would suggest adding a few film titles to serve as a frame of reference for whoever decides to take this topic. – ees 2 years ago
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  • I agree with ees. This could make for a fascinating article. It would be interesting to explore how the FNW directors (Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut, Éric Rohmer etc) have been affected by their own success. Did they stay true to the original intentions of the movement, for instance? What influenced their unique style of film making? – Amyus 2 years ago
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could be cool to delve into the importance of Trump’s extra-political notoriety shifted the election. Similar to other celebrities-turned-politicians, in the USA, as well as abroad. India has had multiple cases of this, to interesting results.

How Trump Won: Heroes, Villains and Surviving the Apocalypse
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would be cool to delve further into some of these ideas- notable French film director Chris Marker used cats in almost all his major works, and identified with them fiercely.

The Truth About Cats and Artists
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Thanks for the thoughtful analysis. I think more discussion should center around topics like this; I would like to hear more thoughts on how this work impact(s/ed) American society, or st least their diverse reactions.

This is America: Exploring Lyrical and Visual Symbolism