An admitted anti-Zionist with a history of ardent support for Palestinian opposition to Israel, Jean-Luc Godard frequently uses his films as a forum in which to ruminate on this contentious political conflict. ...
Samuel Bréan, founding member of the French Association of Audiovisual Translators, offers some absorbing insights in to Godard’s subtitling strategies.
Published here for the first time in English, translator Sally Shafto provides a brief context for the two pieces that follow by Antoine and Christophe Bourseiller on their encounters with Godard.
Tom Luddy was the principal conduit for almost all of Godard’s forays into the North American film scene. From Godard’s ‘Dziga Vertov’ tours to his association with Francis Coppola’s Zoetrope, Luddy played a crucial role.