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December 22, 2009

Watch Godard's '2 or 3 Things I Know About Her' free today.

Follow-up to Watch Resnais' 'Hiroshima, Mon Amour' free today! from The Story of Hamid-o

The Auteurs has decided to gift us with another French classic today, just in time for Christmas! This time it really is the last day to catch it and they're ending on a high note: Jean-Luc Godard's '2 or 3 Things I Know About Her'. This is the last film of the Stella Artois 'Recyclage de Luxe' film festival on the Auteurs. Watch it here, today, for free in the UK only: The Auteurs(18+)


December 21, 2009

Watch Resnais' 'Hiroshima, Mon Amour' free today!

Follow-up to Watch Marker's 'La Jetée' free on The Auteurs today (subtitled) from The Story of Hamid-o

Today's the last day of the Stella Artois 'Recyclage de Luxe' film festival on the Auteurs. They're today showcasing Resnais' 'Hiroshima, Mon Amour' (subtitled). It's been the end of a great week for we film-lovers and I've learned a lot. Enjoy here: http://www.theauteurs.com/stellaartois (18+, UK Only)


December 20, 2009

Watch Marker's 'La Jetée' free on The Auteurs today (subtitled)

Follow-up to Godard's 'Vivre Sa Vie' from The Story of Hamid-o

If you're interested in the work of 'nouvelle vague' director Chris Marker, you mustn't miss the chance to catch his classic film 'La Jetée' on The Auteurs today. You can find it here: http://bit.ly/tasrd(18+, UK Only). It was the inspiration behind Gilliam's great 'Twleve Monkeys'.


December 19, 2009

Godard's 'Vivre Sa Vie'

Follow-up to Truffaut's 'The 400 Blows' – watch free today! from The Story of Hamid-o

If you're interested in the work of 'nouvelle vague' director Jean-Luc Godard, you mustn't miss the chance to catch his classic film 'Vivre Sa Vie' on The Auteurs today. You can find it here: http://bit.ly/tasrd(18+, UK Only)


December 16, 2009

Truffaut's 'The 400 Blows' – watch free today!

Follow-up to 7 classic French films in 7 days @ The Auteurs from The Story of Hamid-o

I'm often sceptical when it comes to classic French cinema - I tend to be more a fan of German/Weimar pre-war films and then (guilty I know!) American post-war cinema. I do, however, have respect for many of the French films I've seen (Le Petit Soldatsprings to mind). 

I'd been meaning to watch more New Wave cinema for quite some time and then I had the opportunity to do it with The Auteur's Stella Artois online film festival (18+, UK Only). I didn't regret it. Its cinematography, story and performances are completely spot-on. Excellent. 

If you want to watch it today (for free) then head on to: www.theauteurs.com/stellaartois 




December 14, 2009

7 classic French films in 7 days @ The Auteurs

Writing about web page http://www.theauteurs.com/stellaartois

Stella Artois is bringing  French classics of the '60s to The Auteurs for 7 days starting tomorrow. This is UK only and do remember to drink responsibly!

I remember studying French and German cinema back at Warwick for a while as part of my History degree. It gave me a better insite into classic films in general (and if you're doing History now I think the module was History of Germany) - we covered Weimer films and I wrote an essay on the post-war cinematic reactions of France and Germany.

These gilms are from the '60s and the roster is:


Lola - 1961

The 400 Blows - 1959

Jules and Jim - 1962

Masculin féminin: 15 faits précis -1966

Vivre sa vie - 1962

La Jetee - 1962

Hiroshima, mon amour - 1959






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