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Which of the following is characteristic of New Wave films A) collaborative effort B) spontaneous energy and unsteady camera work C) an individual approach to filmmaking

Nicholas Rivera

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Ralph Lopez on August 6, 2018

Correct answer: an individual approach to the film."New Wave" was a movement in French cinema in the decade of 1950 and 1960. The French director/producer/writer/actor François Truffaut expresses the spirit of the movement with an essay he wrote in 1953, "A Certain Tendency of the French Cinema." In this essay, Truffaut criticized the lack of risk and originality seen in the French cinema, who had the habit of taking the main stream of the works of literature and make them regular kind of movies. "New Wave" of filmmakers pursuing their own senses, is more of an art house style film. Experienced with editing and style in ways that had not been seen before.

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