Film critic, editor of Cahiers du Cinéma, co-founded with Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Lo Duca in 1951 (first issue, 1952).
Sources:Dan North, Spectacular Attractions (left); La Bibliothèque du film, "À propos d' 'Ouvrir Bazin'" (right).
First issue of Cahiers (March 1952), featuring Sunset Boulevard.
Cahiers issue #91 (January 1959) featured a tribute to Bazin, who had died two months earlier.
Source (issue #91): La Bibliothèque du film, "À propos d' 'Ouvrir Bazin'".
"Ontologie de l'image photographique" is the first article in volume 1 (Éditions du cerf, 1958).
Claude Chabrol and Jean-Luc Godard in Cahiers du cinéma offices, 1959.
Source: © J.GAROFALO/PARISMATCH/SCOOP
"Une Certaine Tendance du Cinéma Français," in its original; a French transcription from Les pages de Nezumi (local copy); "A Certain Tendancy in the French Cinema," in English translation.
Source of Cahiers cover: Revista Interludio.
A review of Jacques Becker's film, Ali Baba et les 40 voleurs (Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, 1954).
Continued: page 46, page 47.
Source: Henri Langlois: Phantom of the Cinémathèque.
Dennis Hopper and Langlois (July 13 1976)
Source: A Certain Cinema
Seated: Jean Renoir, Henri-Georges Clouzot (winner for Les Diaboliques) and André Malraux. Standing: Jacques Tati, Jacques Becker, Robert Bresson, G. Masso, Alexandre Astruc and Noël-Noël. Source: A Certain Cinema.
Source: Senses of Cinema
Source: Robert Polito, "Farber on Film: Introduction, Part 2 (Farber and Negative Space)"
Auteurism's defining moment
Source: Alex Belth, "Million Dollar Movie," Bronx Banter.
"Circles and Squares," on JSTOR or local copy (password protected).
Source: "U of M Students Respond to Riddles of the Sphinx"