How The French New Wave Changed Filmmaking Forever

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Out of all of the film movements I’d say one of the most influential of them was the French New Wave. In this video I’ll outline four things from this film movement that are still present in how movies are made and thought about today, which were responsible for altering the course of filmmaking forever.

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0:00 Introduction
1:31 Auteur Theory
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5:38 Low Budget
7:37 Visual Style
9:16 Experimentation
11:23 Conclusion

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