An Auteurist History of Film Reprise, Part 2

May 16–Jun 3, 2014

MoMA

À bout de souffle (Breathless). 1960. France. Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

Because MoMA’s Auteurist History of Film weekday-afternoon screenings are not easily accessible to many museum-goers, this series is intended to enable folks to catch up on many of the films from the 1960s that we have screened over the past year.

Held in conjunction with the film exhibition An Auteurist History of Film. Read curator Charles Silver's in-depth blog posts about each film below at INSIDE/OUT, a MoMA/MoMA PS1 blog.

Organized by Charles Silver, Curator, Department of Film.

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