Cinematography : Robert Bresson: The Grace of Gesture & 'Notes on the Cinematographer' by Dimi Nakov

Dimi Nakov

Robert Bresson: The Grace of Gesture & 'Notes on the Cinematographer'

From No Film School <>> "If there is a patron saint of French cinema, surely it must be Robert Bresson, considered, after Renoir, the greatest of 20th century Gallic filmmakers. Jean-Luc Godard, no slouch himself in the French director's department, once observed that, "Robert Bresson is French cinema, as Dostoevsky is the Russian novel and Mozart is the German music." High praise indeed. A new video supercut from Kogonanda for the Criterion Collection focuses on the director's inimitable use of gesture in his films. Plus, the director's own notes on cinematography and cinema." http://nofilmschool.com/2014/06/robert-bresson-gesture-notes-on-the-cine...

Robert Bresson: The Grace of Gesture & 'Notes on the Cinematographer'
Robert Bresson: The Grace of Gesture & 'Notes on the Cinematographer'
If there is a patron saint of French cinema, surely it must be Robert Bresson, considered, after Renoir, the greatest of 20th century Gallic filmmakers. Jean-Luc Godard, no slouch himself in the Frenc…

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