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CANNES 1968: WHEN THE FESTIVAL WAS CANCELLED

 
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With the participation of Barbet Schroeder, Costa Gavras, Carlos Saura
and archive footage of François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Roman Polanski, Milos Forman, Louis Malle

Category: Arts & Culture, History, Cinema & TV
Duration: 1x52’
Production year: 2018

Synopsis

IN PRODUCTION

« I’m talking to you about solidarity with the students and the workers, and you’re talking to me about tracking shots and close ups! ». Jean-Luc Godard, May 1968.
Suspense, rebellions, fights, stars…In 1968, Cannes’ most beautiful film is the one that took place on the spot! 50 years after this hectic edition that threatened the Festival, let’s focus on this fight with those who made the festival we know today.

Produced by L’Atelier d’Images and Savage Films