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Godard and the Dziga Vertov Group

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Famous for his trailblazing films in the French New Wave, Jean-Luc Godard controversially re-invented his cinema after the failed revolution of May ’68. Our series on his radical films with Jean-Pierre Gorin and under the name Dziga Vertov Group explores cinema’s capacity for political engagement and change.

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Groupe Dziga Vertov, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin France, 1970

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Godard and the Dziga
Vertov Group

Our series on the infamous Dziga Vertov Group closes with what is considered the last experiment of the cooperative. Shot in their editing suite, this inventive reenactment of a controversial political episode is testament to Godard & Gorin’s subversive playfulness and restless, revolutionary souls.

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Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Henri Roger, Groupe Dziga Vertov United Kingdom, 1970

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Godard and the Dziga
Vertov Group

We continue our series on the radical—politically and cinematically—films of Godard’s Dziga Vertov Group, named after the brilliant Soviet filmmaker. This experimental doc visits scenes of labor, feminism, TV production, and student agitation to create an agitpop exposé of this post-68 moment.

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Jean-Luc Godard, Groupe Dziga Vertov France, 1968

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Godard and the Dziga
Vertov Group

Famous for his trailblazing films in the French New Wave, Godard controversially re-invented his cinema after the failed revolution of May ’68. Our series on his radical films with Jean-Pierre Gorin and under the name Dziga Vertov Group explores cinema’s capacity for political engagement and change.

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