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Revolution, 24 Times a Second

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
It's more than 20 years since a group of young Parisian cinéastes discovered the critical rhetoric, quirky editing techniques and location shooting that came to characterise The New Wave.
How do the films stand up today? What do the directors and actors of The New Wave think of it now? And what has been its durable legacy? Novelist and film historian John Baxter presents an assessment of the movement.
Contributors: JEANNE MOREAU , LOUIS MALLE,
MICHEL CIMENT , JEAN-LUC GODARD , CLAUDE CHABROL , ERIC ROHMER. JEAN ROUCH ,
DELPHINE SEYRIG , BERTRAND TAVERNIER.
Producer DAVID PERRY

Contributors

Unknown: John Baxter
Unknown: Jeanne Moreau
Unknown: Michel Ciment
Unknown: Jean-Luc Godard
Unknown: Claude Chabrol
Unknown: Eric Rohmer.
Unknown: Jean Rouch
Unknown: Delphine Seyrig
Unknown: Bertrand Tavernier.
Producer: David Perry

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Revolution, 24 Times a Second

BBC Radio 3, 8 August 1981 17.45






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