Actor | Director | Writer
Olivier Assayas (born January 25, 1955) is a French film director and screenwriter.
He made his debut in 1986, after directing some short films and writing for the influential film magazine Cahiers du cinéma.
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Documentary film about the life and work of Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, who would have turned 100 on July 14, 2018. Margarethe von Trotta and Felix Moeller trace Bergman's life in a very personal manner.
Runtime: 99 min.
30 years after his debut, Olivier Assayas is back in New York to present his latest feature film shot in Paris, London, Prague and Oman - This portrait of the filmmaker is part of the collection « Cinéma, de notre temps » created by Janine Bazin and André S. Labarthe.
Runtime: 75 min.
Directed by: Benoît Bourreau
Filmmakers discuss the legacy of Alfred Hitchcock and the book “Hitchcock/Truffaut” (“Le cinéma selon Hitchcock”), written by François Truffaut and published in 1966.
Runtime: 81 min.
Directed by: Kent Jones
With Taiwan remaining in the grip of martial law in 1982, a group of filmmakers from that country set out to establish a cultural identity through cinema and to share it with the world. This engaging documentary looks at the movement's legacy.
Runtime: 109 min.
Directed by: Hsieh Chin-Lin
Christopher Doyle is one of the best known and most acclaimed directors of photography in world cinema. Born in Australia, he sees himself as an Asian citizen rather than a Westerner. His artistic contribution to the films of Wong Kar-wai, Zhang Jimou and Fruit Chan films, among others, is indisputable. Filmed in DV and Super8, this documentary is a kind of wild and stylized road movie -- from Bangkok to ...
Runtime: 54 min.
Directed by: Yves Montmayeur