Jean-Luc Godard's New Feature Film "Socialisme" in 4m and 6s Written by Daniel Kasman Published on 18 March 2010 Many, many big thanks to Kurt Walker for the tremendous find! Responses 27 responses to this post. Join the discussion Adam Cook about 3 years ago Amazing trailer. Got to watch this with Kurt Walkr, who is now legend thanks to this find, when he initially watched this. How lucky am I? Maria Muller about 3 years ago many thanks Ignatiy Vishnevetsky about 3 years ago Femme Fatale reference? Ignatiy Vishnevetsky about 3 years ago Also, I see tilt-shift lenses, canted angles and all sorts of other interesting developments. 176396 about 3 years ago Yeah, I see that too. Ah… great find, KW. Black Irish about 3 years ago Typical trailer, went and spoiled the whole film for me. ;) But seriously, I have to admit this is an interesting way to market the film. Grand Trunk about 3 years ago Another new trailer: http://vimeo.com/10124349 Ignatiy Vishnevetsky about 3 years ago Thanks, Grand Trunk. That shorter trailer is excellent as well. “Fabrizio del Dongo” is at it again. Question of the hour: is he JLG? Kurt Walker about 3 years ago Fabrizio del Dongo appears to be a character from Stendhal’s “La Chartreuse de Parme” My guess is that it’s JLG. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky about 3 years ago KW, Re: Stendhal. Yeah, that’s what tipped me off. In the translation I have, he’s called Fabrice (as he is in the original French). Though, as he’s Italian, Fabrizio would actually be the right form (and that leads one to suspect Godard even more: he’s done the name-change thing before, see “Louis Beethoven,” which is what Beethoven was called in French during his lifetime). Daniel Kasman about 3 years ago Love that short trailer! User de Faux-Fuyants about 3 years ago Why is this solely called Godard’s film? Aren’t there 6 credited directors aside from him? Grand Trunk about 3 years ago And one of those other directors is Fabrice Aragno. Could he be the mysterious Fabrizio del Dongo? Kurt Walker about 3 years ago SCREENSHOTS OF THE CREDITS: http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/9963/vlcsnap2010031821h47m02.png http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/1395/vlcsnap2010031821h46m53.png http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/8019/vlcsnap2010031821h44m27.png http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/5066/vlcsnap2010031821h44m21.png http://img717.imageshack.us/img717/6499/vlcsnap2010031821h44m15.png http://img35.imageshack.us/img35/8828/vlcsnap2010031821h43m05.png http://img52.imageshack.us/img52/8717/vlcsnap2010031821h42m54.png http://img132.imageshack.us/img132/1135/vlcsnap2010031821h42m43.png http://img40.imageshack.us/img40/4365/vlcsnap2010031821h42m38.png http://img44.imageshack.us/img44/6527/vlcsnap2010031821h42m25.png http://img22.imageshack.us/img22/7969/vlcsnap2010031821h41m56.png http://img638.imageshack.us/img638/2166/vlcsnap2010031821h41m49.png Kurt Walker about 3 years ago Godard’s really sent the notebook on a decoding fest lately, eh? David Phelps about 3 years ago Fabrice Aragno is also the credited director of the one film Fabrizio likes: http://vimeo.com/5288631. An amateur film, typical film school tricks, but definitely worth watching for the specificity of location, faces, clothes—all of one time and place—as in Godard. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky about 3 years ago User de Faux-Fuyants, Because it’s credited that way in official listings and on the poster. And the credits that appear in Godard films should never be trusted: they are more symbolic than representative of production. In this case, Godard is credited with “logos” alongside many others, including our F. Aragno. David, I watched Autor de Claire, which I liked, but didn’t make the connection. Grand Trunk, Not sure. Aragno has his own Vimeo account; as Phelps pointed out, one of his shorts is one of the only films Fabrizio del Dongo “likes.” Kurt, Hey, our wandering minds want mysterious transmissions. Ignatiy Vishnevetsky about 3 years ago Kurt, Also, thanks for the screen captures. I like the crediting of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov as “R. Korsakov.” Kurt Walker about 3 years ago It also appears like he credits a few films used in his “history of cinema” montages. one of those films credited being “Weekend.” interesting. Kurt Walker about 3 years ago This object/shot seems strangely foreign to a JLG film: http://img294.imageshack.us/img294/9313/vlcsnap2010031823h19m49.png pamelaVITALE about 3 years ago interesting to me… Kurt Walker about 3 years ago Fabrizio’s youtube account closed down. Bizarre. Daniel Kasman about 3 years ago Here is another short trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGW9rt3IAYQ Daniel Kasman about 3 years ago Thanks for the head’s up Kurt, a new account, BadLieutenantD, has these up. Adam J. about 3 years ago I’m pretty sure that’s punk goddess Patti Smith at :53… Namita Nair about 3 years ago when IS IT getting released? too excited!! Production601 about 3 years ago http://filmsocialisme.com Your opinion Please login to add a new comment.