François Truffaut—Film/Critic

François Roland Truffaut, one of the French New Wave’s giants, never strayed from his roots as a film critic. We look at his life, influences, and how his filmmaking and critique instruct one another. 400 Blows (1959) – F. Truffaut…

François Truffaut—Film/Critic

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François Roland Truffaut, one of the French New Wave’s giants, never strayed from his roots as a film critic. We look at his life, influences, and how his filmmaking and critique instruct one another.

400 Blows (1959) – F. Truffaut
Shoot the Piano Player (1960) – F. Truffaut
Jules et Jim (1962) – F. Truffaut
The Soft Skin (1964) – F. Truffaut
Stolen Kisses (1968) – F. Truffaut
Day for Night (1973) – F. Truffaut
Zero for Conduct (1933) – J. Vigo
Rules of the Game (1939) – J. Renoir
That Lady in Ermine (1948) – E. Lubitsch
They Met in Bombay (1941) – C. Brown
Boomtown (1940) – J- ConwayCitizen Kane (1941) – O. Welles
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-65) – A. Hitchcock
Psycho (1960) – A. Hitchcock
Rear Window (1954) – A. Hitchcock
Vertigo (1958) – A. Hitchcock
Saboteur (1942) – A. Hitchcock

interviews of:
Martin Scorcese
François Truffaut
John Sturges
Guillermo del Toro

music used:
Day for Night: Chorale – G. Delerue
April in Paris – M. Legrand
F for Fake – M. Legrand Orchestra
Love for Sale – D. Gordon
La La – Slum Village
Raw Material – Tsutchie
Les Quatre Cents Coups: Générique – J. Constantin

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