Quantcast

A Godard retrospective in collaboration with Chanel at the Cinémathèque

Cinematheque Chanel

La Nouvelle Vague is chic and the cine club spirit is regaining an unexpected breath of glamor . The proof: the Godard retrospective appears as the event of the new school year with the complicity of Chanel and friends of the house. Just that !

Parisian chic intellectuals and arty girls are therefore on a war footing to rush into this temple of Parisian 7th art that is the Cinémathèque in the 12th district. The first session, last Wednesday, brought together all that Paris has prominent personalities, and inaugurated this exceptional couture cycle with The oldest profession in the world , a tribute to Anna Karina , headlining the film.

A more contemporary aesthetic than ever

Revolutionary director, figure of the New Wave, Jean-Luc Godard is the pope of contemporary French auteur cinema ( Delerm , Desplechin and Garrel clearly claim this) and the bearer of an aesthetic embodied by the icons of the 70's ( Anna Karina , Jean Seberg , Brigitte Bardot or Isabelle Huppert ) more up to date than ever, inspiring young Parisian muses, starting with Jeanne Damas

Projects and meetings

On the program: all the director's cult films, to see and re-watch. Starting with Bande à Part with Sami Frey, Anna Karina and Claude Brasseur, two young thugs and a young girl who try to steal the money stolen from the tax authorities by the latter's uncle.

Another wonderful revival: À bout de Souffle , a love story between a thug played by Jean-Paul Belmondo and an American camped by Jean Seberg or even Contempt with Bardot and Piccoli in Capri.

To go further: meetings and conferences such as the session with Nathalie Baye to present Sauve qui peut with Jacques Dutronc and Isabelle Huppert .

Another highlight: A married woman , presented by Macha Méril herself. Main role of the film, she plays an adulterous fashion editor, as Godard tells it: " This is the story of a woman, her very particular story for a very short time, exactly 24 hours. This film begins with a kiss. : the one that Charlotte and a man exchange one afternoon in a furnished apartment in an anonymous neighborhood. He is an actor. She, a female editor in a fashion magazine. " Sunday January 12 at 6.30 p.m.

Jean-Luc Godard retrospective , until March 1, 2020.

Discover all the programming as well as the exhibition on vampires, from Dracula to Buffy .


Also discover the shows to book this year and the best series of the year "an island" .

Read this next

The week of Do It

Nomadism

Glamping: The Hoxton launches stylish van tours from Paris

Giorgio

The new Italian brunch on the terrace

Livre Mai

3 good novels to devour for the May weekends

Baguettes Paris

Where to find the best baguette in Paris?

Valmont

A mother-daughter afternoon in a palace spa

Vignes

2 unusual trips to learn all about wines and champagnes

Spectacles

The best pieces to see absolutely in April

Les Jardins De Coppelia

A dream trip between sea and countryside in Normandy… without a car

best breakfast in paris

Where to have an author's breakfast in Paris?

Sando

Where to enjoy a sando, these ultra-fluffy Japanese sandwiches?

tartes-fraises

WHERE TO HAVE A CRAZY STRAWBERRY PIE?

Parfums

Perfumes: the 10 cult bottles to own when you are a true Parisienne

Maillot De Bain Homme

10 hunk swim shorts

Dott

Itinerary for a perfect Sunday in Paris

Cova Patisserie Italienne

A chic pastry shop like in Milan

que-faire-en-mai

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO DO IN PARIS IN MAY

Lodge Loire Valley

Unusual: lodges perched in the middle of the forest 1h30 from Paris without a car

19m

19M: the new center incubated by Chanel dedicated to crafts

Brasserie Lonchamps

The new full sun terrace to book ASAP

Recette Ceviche

How to prepare a ceviche quickly, well done?

expos-printemps

The star exhibitions to see at the moment

festivals-ete-2019

The most stylish festivals of the summer

Hot topics