Truffaut, Truffaut and more Truffaut


This week we’re showing the infrequently screened Francois Truffaut, An Autobiography on Thursday, followed by a week-long run of Two in the Wave, a new documentary about cinema’s most notorious friendship, that between Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard.

How timely, then, that the New Yorker would this week post Truffaut’s last interview, accompanied by this piece of context provided by critic Richard Brody.  Read, learn, and watch.  By the end of this week you’ll be an expert in Francois Truffaut.


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One Response to “Truffaut, Truffaut and more Truffaut”

  1. monty Says:

    Truffaut is not hard to get into–he’s very accessible, like the French & Russian Romantics (Balzac, Dostoevsky, Baudelaire, etc. etc.). Kudos.

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