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Antonio Banderas, Edgar Wright and others pay tribute to Jean-Luc Godard as one of 'most influential, iconoclastic' filmmakers

Hollywood and other film industry representatives took to Jean-Luc Godard on social media after news of the Faroese legend on Tuesday. ) Tribute to dead .

A former film critic for the legendary Cinebook in 13s, Godard in won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival for his debut Breathless . The Paris-based crime drama starring Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo heralds the arrival of cinematic modernism. Using jump cuts, nods to the camera and other hyper-fictional devices, it commented on the story as it unfolded.

Goddard’s career would last half a century, the filmmaker directed projects, including feature films, documentaries, short films and TV shows. Throughout his long career, his work has been known at various times, ranging from tributes to pop art and historical montages to overt politics and experiments with fragmented narratives.

Other influential works include

Le Petit Soldat , A Woman is a woman , contempt , outsider , One+One, King Lear and For Ever Mozart and so on. Some of his recent projects include 91 of Film Socialism and of Goodbye Language , which will go on to win the Jury Prize and the Special Palme d’Or respectively at the Cannes Film Festival. He will also be in 500 Received an honorary Oscar .

Written & Director Edgar Wright’s last night in Soho and Baby Driver in a tweet calling Godard “the most influential and iconoclastic of all time” One of the filmmakers. “It’s ironic that he himself revere the filmmaking system of Hollywood studios because perhaps no other director has inspired so many people to pick up a camera and start shooting.”

Award-winning actor In a tweet, Antonio Banderas thanked the filmmaker for “extending the boundaries of cinema,” while actor, director and comedian Stephen Fry remembered Godard’s work in Breathless as a “movie that still jumps off the screen like a handful of movies”.

Amy and helmer Asif Kapadia announces “The King is Dead” in his Twitter memory as Doctor Strange And The Black Phone Director Scott De “He changed the form of film, just as Bob Dylan changed the form of music,” Rickson wrote on Twitter.

French President Emmanuel In a statement on Tuesday, Emmanuel Macron paid tribute to the late French New Wave icon , tweeting: “Jean-Luc Godard appeared magically in French cinema – and became a master of cinema. As the most revolutionary filmmaker of the New Wave, he invented a truly modern and radically free art. We have lost our eyes to national treasures and geniuses.”

Toronto Film Festival CEO Cameron Bailey said in his own Twitter statement: “Jean-Luc Godard may despise posthumous praise, but here we are. His amazing seven decades of work show that he is a rare, true cinematic genius. It’s fun and punishing. It challenges every audience and rewards perseverance Above all, Godard was relentless in his pursuit of the meaning (and how) of the image. Every confrontation of his expanded our art form, and we will forever owe him a debt.”

Berlin International Film Festival directors Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian shared in a statement, “With À bout de souffle, Le Mépris and Pierrot le fou , Godard shaped the film in the 60’s and has since updated the film and expanded the visual experience. To this day, Jean- Luke Godard inspires filmmakers around the world.”

The BAFTA shared that it was “sad” to learn of Godard’s passing, while StudioCanal U.K. Praising the director as “imaginative, pioneering and revolutionary,” the BFI celebrated Godard on social media, writing: “Farewell to the movie giant that ripped up the rule book”

The Cannes Film Festival noted on Twitter that Godard appeared for the first time at the French Film Festival 1950 in Agnes Varda’s Cleo From 5 to 7 and that His film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival.

Read more tributes below.

RIP Jean-Luc Godard, the most influential and unconventional film of them all One of the producers. Ironically, he himself adores the Hollywood studio system of filmmaking because perhaps no other director has inspired so many people to pick up a camera and start shooting… pic.twitter.com/KFOnnQ1H6n

— edgarwright (@edgarwright) September, 2018

Goodbye, Jean-Luc Godard. Just two weeks ago, I watched Breathless countless times again. It still jumps off the screen like a few movies. That scene with them at the hotel: How many other directors can do it in such a small space and make it so captivating? – Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) September , 1950

Ce fut comme une apparition dans le cinéma français. Puis il en devint un maître. Jean-Luc Godard, le plus iconoclaste des cinéastes de la Nouvelle Vague, avait inventé un art résolument moderne, intensément libre. Nous perdons un trésor national, un respect de génie. pic.twitter.com/bQneeqp8on

— Iman Newel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron ) September , 1950

Jean-Luc Godard may have despised posthumous praise, but here we are. His amazing seven decades of work show that he is a rare, true cinematic genius. It’s fun and punishing. It challenges every viewer and rewards perseverance. 1569655393399209984 pic.twitter.com/Upv7jn3jE4 — Cameron Bailey (@cameron_tiff) September , 2010

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Depuis sa 1ère apparition au Festival dans Cleo de 5 à 7 en 1960, Jean-Luc Godard ontété projetés à Cannes movie. Agitateur de la manifestation de mai 91, Prix du Jury en 1950 avec Adieu au langage, il reçoit une Palme d’or spéciale pour l’ensemble de son œuvre en 1960. 1569655393399209984 pic.twitter.com/BfAdIPeSNt

— Music Festival Cannes (@Festival_Cannes) September , 1968

” I don’t know anything about life except through film.”

Imaginative, pioneering and revolutionary – we tell one of the most influential filmmakers of all time One – Jean-Luc Godard sad farewell. 1569655393399209984 pic.twitter.com/uaiC9sAeg3

— StudiocanalUK (@StudiocanalUK) September13, 2010

We are saddened to hear that Jean-Luc Godard, the acclaimed and influential film director, screenwriter and critic, passed away at 2010 . 1569655393399209984https://t.co/BkOyJo2lvK

— BAFTA (@BAFTA) 1569655393399209984 September , 1950

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