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Michel Piccoli, Betrayed by Brigitte Bardot in Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Contempt,’ Dies at 94

Michel Piccoli, the prolific French actor known for his leading roles in such films as Jean-Luc Godard's 'Contempt' and Luis Buñuel's 'Belle de jour,' has died. He was 94.

Anna Karina, Radiant Actress and Jean-Luc Godard Muse, Dies at 79

Anna Karina, the French New Wave starlet who rose to international acclaim in films directed by her then-husband Jean-Luc Godard, has died. She was 79.

Critic’s Picks: A November To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

November options for SoCal cinephiles include a weekend of movies by 'Parasite' director Bong Joon-ho, screenings of films by Ozu, Renoir and Malle and a series devoted to 'American Factory' director…

Critic’s Notebook: Agnès Varda Was a Living Work of Art

The punk-haired, constantly self-reinventing New Wave pioneer retained her playful, wise and humane spirit in a dazzling career spanning more than six decades.

Critic’s Picks: A January To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

SoCal cinephiles can kick off the year in style with retrospectives devoted to Jean-Luc Godard and Nicolas Roeg, as well as a series of films made by female directors in the 1970s and much more.

Critics’ Conversation: In a Year of Unease, French Cinema Failed to Engage

THR's Paris-based critics ponder the best, worst and most baffling of French cinema in a year that ended with upheaval but failed to produce many films that meaningfully reflected the national mood.

Cannes: Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘The Image Book’ Goes to Kino Lorber for North America

The distributor also handled the director's 2015 film 'Goodbye to Language.'

Cannes: Jean-Luc Godard Proclaims “Films Should Show What Is Not Happening”

The iconic director, whose newest film 'The Image Book' premiered at the festival, made a press conference appearance via FaceTime.

‘The Image Book’: Film Review | Cannes 2018

'The Image Book,' the latest work from iconoclastic New Wave filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, mixes old film clips, documentary footage and politically charged voiceover.

Former Cannes Festival President Gilles Jacob Dishes on “Oversized Monster” Weinstein in New Book

In his 800-page 'A Dictionary for Cannes Lovers,' Jacob revisits the festival's history, secrets, greatest films and biggest scandals.

Jerry Lewis, Nonpareil Genius of Comedy, Dies at 91

He dominated show business with Dean Martin in the 1950s, starred in 'The Bellboy' and 'The Nutty Professor,' hosted the Labor Day telethon for decades and received the Hersholt award.

A January To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

The best remedy for Hollywood's "dump month"? A vintage Almodovar or Scorsese pic, an old French classic or a timely doc, all of which can be found on a big screen in Los Angeles over the next four…