Posts Tagged ‘Éric Rohmer’
By Jeannie Sui Wonders
The perennial French auteur creates masterfully designed, inviting spaces that anchor us in this rootless moment.
Director Matías Piñeiro, actress Marie Rivière, and frequent Éric Rohmer editor Mary Stephen joined Metrograph last fall for a discussion about Rohmer’s film.
Six in Paris
Directed by Claude Chabrol, Jean Douchet, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Daniel Pollet, Éric Rohmer & Jean Rouch
A sextet of piquant tales set in the City of Light, each from a director either central, influential, or adjacent to the Nouvelle Vague, then in full swing.
Last available Dec 3 2020
By Yonca Talu
The actress who worked closely with Éric Rohmer, and made her own film in tribute to him, reminisces about the unforgettable roles he provided her with—specifically in The Aviator’s Wife, Le Rayon Vert, and Autumn Tale—and the joys of their collaboration.
By Aliza Ma
A life-spanning conversation with the Hong Kong-born filmmaker and long-time Éric Rohmer editor, co-composer—and friend, who, off the set, was welcomed into the Rohmer circle, engaging in discussions on life and film, much music, and even more tea-drinking.
August 21, 2020
August 11, 2020
Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle
Directed by Éric Rohmer
Shot quickly in and around Paris during a production break on Rohmer’s Le Rayon Vert, this breezy, witty film tracks the friendship between a savvy Parisian and a naïve painter from the countryside through four connected vignettes.Watch Now
Available through Sep 29
By Austin Dale
The ultimate pleasure of Éric Rohmer’s movies in recent months? Little breaths of fresh country air.