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091: FRENCH NEW WAVE – François Truffaut, Auteur Theory & 1962’s Jules and Jim

We continue our French New Wave series with a look at auteur theory and François Truffaut plus the film Jules and Jim. Omaya Jones returns.
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091: FRENCH NEW WAVE - François Truffaut, Auteur Theory & 1962's Jules and Jim
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“Catherine had said, ‘One only truly loves for a moment,’ but for her, that moment came back again and again.”

We continue our French New Wave series with our second episode, this one focusing on the concept of auteur theory and the director François Truffaut. After digging into the history, we take a look at Truffaut’s 1962 film Jules and Jim. Omaya Jones is back once again guiding us through this important cinematic movement.

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Andrew Sweatman

Andrew is a writer, podcaster, and film lover who wants to help people think critically about movies. He lives in central Arkansas with his wife Allison and two children, Rosie & Beau. Andrew is the Senior Editor at Arthouse Garage and a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA). Find him at ArthouseGarage.com and on Twitter and Instagram: @ArthouseGarage.

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