The Films of Jean-Luc Godard

The Films of Jean-Luc Godard

Godard remains an icon of cinema who continues to reinvent himself, as well as the way the world makes and sees films. Cohen Media Channel is proud to present a selection of this master of world cinema’s work, as well as a whimsical biopic by the Academy Award-winning director of "The Artist".

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The Films of Jean-Luc Godard
  • A Married Woman

    "EXTRAORDINARY...Godard's most interesting film since BREATHLESS." - The New York Times

    Legendary French New Wave auteur Jean-Luc Godard reverses the standard love triangle and challenges the influence of consumer culture in one of his most provocative dissections of modern life. Charlotte (Mach...

  • La Chinoise

    Paris, 1967. Disillusioned by their suburban lifestyles, a group of middle-class students form a small Maoist cell and plan to change the world by any means necessary.

  • For Ever Mozart

    The "story" is a complex tapestry in four panels, with the character of the Director linking the sections. A film is planned but is stymied by casting problems; a play is produced in Sarajevo, but the actors are swept away by war; the Director is frustrated in completing the film that initially c...

  • Hail Mary

    "A profoundly felt, gravely beautiful work of faith." - Slant Magazine

    One of the most controversial films of all time by one of the world's most provocative directors. HAIL MARY is Jean-Luc Godard's retelling of the story of the virgin birth, transposed to modern day and filled with the mundan...

  • Godard Mon Amour

    "Entertaining, lively and very funny." - The Wall Street Journal. France, in the late 1960s. Actress Anne Wiazemsky finds herself juggling political protests and artistic c...

  • Amy Taubin Introduces The Films of Jean-Luc Godard

    Film Critic Amy Taubin discusses The Films of Jean-Luc Godard (HAIL MARY, FOR EVER MOZART, and A MARRIED WOMAN)

  • Amy Taubin Introduces A Married Woman

    Film Critic Amy Taubin introduces A Married Woman.

  • Amy Taubin introduces Hail Mary

    Film Critic Amy Taubin introduces Hail Mary