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Photo of William Lubtchansky

William Lubtchansky

"We (William Lubthansky) worked together like musicians, really: we had dialogues, like a jazz band that keeps improvising on what had been written. Whoever felt like playing, played first." —Philippe Garrel on Les amants réguliers

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    Jacques Rivette France, 1976

    A phantasmagoric noir from Jacques Rivette, whose free-form tales of conspiracy and game-playing inspire clandestine fervor. Rivette followed his masterpiece Celine and Julie Go Boating with Duelle, championed by the Quinzaine, and starring the great Juliet Berto and Bulle Ogier.

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    Jacques Rivette France, 1976

    Film critic Jonathan Rosenbaum has described this film from French New Waver Jacques Rivette as a fusion of female pirate adventure, mythological fantasy, Jacobean tragedy, experimental dance film, and personal psychodrama! This wildly risky film somehow seems unimaginable today.


    Agnès Varda France, 1966

    Agnès Varda returns to the topic of marriage a year after Le bonheur in this kooky and inspired science-fiction romance. Starring French cinema legends Michel Piccoli and Catherine Deneuve and shot in black and white with expressive tints of color, it proves Varda is a magician of the unexpected.


    Jacques Rivette France, 1981

    This unusual film from Jacques Rivette is generally considered a failure—but what a failure it is! Two 1970s greats—Maria Schneider and Joe Dallesandro—collide in a bewildering, free-wheeling experimental drama that sent the director into a breakdown and left the film unjustly unreleased for years.


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