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Robert Bresson

A Man Escaped

A Man Escaped

“When one is in prison, the most important thing is the door.” – Robert Bresson (1) Un condamné à mort s’est échappé ou Le vent

Procès de Jeanne d'Arc

Voices With(out) a Face: On Robert Bresson’s Procès de Jeanne d’Arc

“In my Trial of Joan of Arc I have tried to avoid “theater” and “masquerade”, but to arrive at a non-historical truth by using historical

Le Dames du Bois de Boulogne

Les dames du Bois de Boulogne

“Only the conflicts that take place inside the characters give a film its real movement.” - Robert Bresson (1) “Destiny is tragic but I prefer

The Power of Resistance: Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne

Wheeler Dixon provides a refreshing look at one of the enduring masterpieces of French cinema

A Man Escaped

Noel Vera offers a detailed analysis of the spiritual and the material in Diary of a Country Priest

Robert Bresson and Flannery O’Connor: Unlikely Approaches Toward Grace

An insightful comparison of the work of two of the great artists of the 20th Century

Going Beyond Cézanne: The Development of Robert Bresson’s Film Style in Response to the Painting of Paul Cézanne

“Robert Bresson began as a painter and, while he would rarely practice the art, it was a guiding force in the development of his unique

Sins of Omission: A Dissenting View of Robert Bresson

At the risk of sounding like the devil, probably, to Bresson’s admirers, Harper expresses some personal doubts about the stature of Bresson’s cinema

Au hasard Balthazar

Au hasard Balthazar (1966 France/Sweden 95 mins) Prod Co: Argos Films/Athos Films/Parc Film/Svensk Filmindustri/Svenska Filminstitutet Prod: Mag Bodard Dir, Scr: Robert Bresson Phot: Ghislain Cloquet

Robert Bresson on DVD

1. Breaking the Bresson ice Accent Film Entertainment is the first Australian company to release the works of Robert Bresson on DVD. The three films

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