Nouvelle Vague

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an art movement in French cinema in the 1960s

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Antoine de Baecque (La Nouvelle Vague 104-111) once took the characters of four New Wave films to show a "malaise in the face of History" between 1959 and 1963: Breathless, The Cousins, Le Combat dans Pile (Alain Cavalier, 1962), and The Fire Within [Le feu follet] (Louis Malle, 1963).
Nouvelle Vague, the platform that showcases up-and-coming French designers will exhibit in the Middle East for the first time as well, in collaboration with UAE-based designer Khalid Shafar.
Que ce soit avec des hommes politiques de tous bords, ou des chanteurs nouvelle vague des quartiers populaires .
Au sujet des manifestations appelant a la desobeissance civile, le journal rapporte que le pays connaEt une nouvelle vague de protestations hostiles au president Mohamed Morsi, soulignant que le contexte global de ces mouvements est caracterisee par une aggravation de la crise entre les pouvoirs executif, legislatif et judiciaire.
The film is a classic example of the French Nouvelle Vague style, complete with the director's signature jump cuts.
In realta, visto che le formule Nuovo Cinema Italiano, Nouvelle Vague e Junger Deutscher Film si riferivano ad una scuola, non esistendo piu da molto tempo un scuola italiana, devo escludere nella maniera piu assoluta che oggi esista un Nuovo Cinema Italiano.
Film Socialisme (PG, 101 mins) During the 1950s and 60s, Jean-Luc Godard was a key exponent of the Nouvelle Vague, a movement of film-makers who rejected cinema conventions to express emotions and their political beliefs in imaginative and daring new forms.
Neorealism is replaced in France by La Nouvelle Vague, which emerges in the Sixties with Truffaut and Malle, who often depict conflicts between generations.
Breathless (50th Anniversary edition) RE-ISSUE of Jean-Luc Godard's seminal 1960 thriller, one of the first examples of nouvelle vague cinema, remade some years later as the misfiring Richard Gere vehicle Breathless, with on-the-run lovers Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg putting in wonderful performances.
Left-field Norwegian jazzers Farmers' Market, fast-fingered flamenco guitarist Javier Conde and the old-school mento sound of Gilzene and the Blue Light Mento Band from Jamaica will also join several dozen other artists already confirmed for this year's festival, among them Gil Scott-Heron, Salif Keita, Staff Benda Bilili, Nouvelle Vague, Horace Andy and Afro Celt Sound System.
Mistral is a soft pink, Nouvelle Vague a quirky turquoise, while Riviera is a vivid pink.
The 17th Sziget festival officially started yesterday, with almost 200 international performers taking part, including such mainstream acts as Lily Allen, Fatboy Slim and Nouvelle Vague, or world music by Calexico and Khaled.
Ted was the first designer of the nouvelle vague [new wave]," Lapidus's sister, Rose Torrente-Mett, said.
IT may have been freezing cold outside but trendy French music collective Nouvelle Vague filled Wolverhampton's Wulfrun Hall with the sounds of sizzling smooth jazz and hot Latin beats.