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  • noun Plural form of auteur.

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  • In its brief history, BAMcin é matek's annual "next director" program has helped introduce New York audiences to some of the world's most audacious filmmakers, providing an ahead-of-the-curve glimpse of how a new generation of auteurs is shaking up cinema.

    Truths and Frictions

  • But Honoré's competition entry, while theoretically positioned to take him into the top rank of rising French auteurs, is a self-satisfied damp squib which succeeds neither as realist narrative nor as heart-lifting romance, and which provides a rather unexceptional soundtrack palette for its tale of chic, arty young people grieving and falling in love.

    GreenCine Daily: Cannes. Les Chansons d'amour.

  • The New York Film Festival, which has reigned prestigiously at Lincoln Center each September for nearly 50 years, typically aims to showcase brand-name auteurs, curated into an intensive, but manageable, two dozen or so titles.

    Sharpening Its Lens, Even as It Expands

  • Just as movie directors wanted to be known as auteurs, Spector believed in the sanctity of his calling and the grandeur of his achievement.

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  • Photo CANNES, France (AP) - Billed at the outset as a showdown between big-name auteurs such as Quentin Tarantino, Ang Lee and Lars von Trier, the Cannes Film Festival is nearing its end with lesser-known filmmakers among the favorites to win the Palme d'Or, the event's top prize.

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  • The directors with whom Power was most closely associated - Fox contractees Henry Hathaway (five times) - are hardly known as auteurs or as directors of "prestigious"

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  • Hawks rarely thought of himself as anything more than a commercially minded journeyman, but the French New Wave critics cast him as one of their original "auteurs" and upstarts like Robert Altman and Peter Bogdanovich modelled themselves on him.

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  • In his memoir only three directors -- Allen, Gardiner and Sidney Lumet (the first two also writers and so more tolerably "auteurs") -- come off well.

    Five Best

  • In his memoir only three directors -- Allen, Gardiner and Sidney Lumet (the first two also writers and so more tolerably "auteurs") -- come off well.

    Lights, Camera,

  • Will it lead, as I've often dreaded, to a massive flood of hack films from self-important "auteurs"?

    GreenCine Daily

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