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Bertrand Tavernier

La Biennale di Venezia - French director Bertrand Tavernier to receive Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement

Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Director of Amelie

Jean-Pierre Jeunet - Delicatessen, The City of Lost Children, Amelie

At the Movies: Jean Renoir

At the Movies: Jean Renoir

#film Hiroshima mon amour / Directed by Alain Resnais

Today only: Alain Resnais’ collaboration with famed novelist Marguerite Duras, Hiroshima, mon amour, is playing for free in the UK and Ireland!

Lars Von Trier - love him or hate him he will get to you.

Lars von Trier (b. Danish film director and screenwriter. He is closely associated with the Dogme 95 collective – an avant-garde filmmaking movement – although his own films have taken a variety of approaches.

Mike Leigh, British writer and director of film and theatre

British film director Mike Leigh: Naked Secrets & Lies Topsy-Turvy and Vera Drake

Rainer Werner Fassbinder & Hanna Schygulla

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Fassbinder: The prolific German filmmaker, who died at only thirty-seven, lived a life of extremes—he was, in Werner Herzog’s fond description, “an unruly beast.

Nicolas Roeg (British science fiction & dramatic mystery director: Performance [1970], Walkabout [1971], Don't Look Now [1973], The Man Who Fell to Earth [1976], Eureka [1984])

Nicolas Roeg (British science fiction & dramatic mystery director: Performance Walkabout Don't Look Now The Man Who Fell to Earth Eureka

The Lobster (2015), d. Yorgos Lanthimos, d.p. Thimios Bakatakis

The Lobster ● Director - Yorgos Lanthimos ● Cinematographer - Thimios Bakatakis

jean-Luc Godard & Francois Truffaut

French directors Jean-Luc Godard, left, and Francois Truffaut, two admirers of classic American film noir.

George Lucas, Akira Kurosawa, and Francis Ford Coppola: | The 45 Most Legendary Pictures Ever Taken

The 45 Most Legendary Pictures Ever Taken

Akira Kurosawa, Francis Ford Coppola and George Lucas on the set of Kagemusha, 1980

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