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SBS French - SBS en français
Depuis nos archives ce focus sur Jean-Paul Belmondo

SBS French - SBS en français

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 24:08


Depuis nos archives ce focus sur Jean-Paul Belmondo avec Michel Richard, ancien directeur de l'Alliance Française de Melbourne. Il parle de Bébel à l'occasion de la Rétrospective de l'Alliance Française Classic Film Festival de 2017 et les 6 films à l'affiche: Pierrot le Fou, l'homme de Rio, Stavisky, Weekend à Dunkirk, Léon Morin, prêtre et Le Doulos.

AlmostSideways Podcast
CXXXIX: The Suicide Squad, Top 100 of All Time - #'s 40-31, Best Depressing Films

AlmostSideways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021


 Recorded - 8/15/2021On this episode of the Almost Sideways Movie Podcast, all four members of the team sit down and discuss the latest DCEU film The Suicide Squad.  We also continue our discussion of the greatest films of all time before we reveal our power rankings of the best depressing films.  Trivia focuses around a birthday for Ben Affleck and writers of Best Picture winners.  Here are the highlights:What We've Been WatchingZach's Criterion Review: Le Doulos (3:50)Adam's Review: Val (10:35)Todd's Search for a New Category: Eric Roberts Edition - Cecil B. Demented (15:20)Terry's Oscar Anniversary Review: Footnote (19:25)Top 100 Films of All Time - #'s 40-31 (25:10)Featured Review: The Suicide Squad (58:10)Power Rankings: Best Depressing Films (1:23:00)TriviaZach's Trivia Review: Lolita (2:14:30)Adam's Trivia Review: Blue Story (2:17:25)Terry's Trivia Review: A Bronx Tale (2:19:30)Trivia: Ben Affleck & Writing Best Pictures (2:23:30)Quote of the Day (2:39:00)Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, YouTube, or Pandora!If you can't subscribe, listen here.Find AlmostSideways everywhere!Websitealmostsideways.comFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/AlmostSidewayscom-130953353614569/AlmostSideways Twitter: @almostsidewaysTerry's Twitter: @almostsideterryZach's Twitter: @pro_zach36Adam's Twitter: @adamsidewaysApple Podcastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/almostsideways-podcast/id1270959022Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7oVcx7Y9U2Bj2dhTECzZ4mStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/almost-sideways-movie-podcastYouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfEoLqGyjn9M5Mr8umWiktA/featured?view_as=subscriberPandorahttps://pandora.app.link/hfYGimTce8

A Voix Haute
14 - LE MOT DU MATIN - Michel Piccoli - Yannick Debain..

A Voix Haute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 0:26


Michel Piccoli est le fils d'Henri Piccoli, violoniste, de lointaine origine tessinoise et de Marcelle Expert-Bezançon (1892-1990), pianiste, elle-même fille de l'industriel et homme politique français Charles Expert-Bezançon. Il a « une enfance assez compliquée. C'est un enfant de remplacement, qui est venu remplacer son frère aîné décédé. » Il est placé dans un établissement pour enfants à problèmes où il se retrouve « dans une situation de liberté totale ». Les engagements du jeune Piccoli, notamment politiques et « contre le monde de l'argent», se comprennent par l'opposition à la personnalité de son grand-père, sénateur de la IIIe République, financier du parti radical, et important industriel de la peinture, accusé par la gauche syndicale et Georges Clemenceau, d'avoir intoxiqué des ouvriers à travers le blanc de plomb qui donnait le saturnisme. Michel Piccoli suit une formation de comédien d'abord auprès d'Andrée Bauer-Théraud puis au cours Simon Après une apparition en tant que figurant dans Sortilèges de Christian-Jaque en 19458, Michel Piccoli débute au cinéma dans Le Point du jour de Louis Daquin. Cependant, c'est surtout au théâtre qu'il s'illustre dans le début de sa carrière, avec les compagnies Renaud-Barrault et Grenier-Hussot ainsi qu'au Théâtre de Babylone (géré par une coopérative ouvrière et qui met en scène les pièces d'avant-garde de Ionesco ou Beckett). Bien que remarqué dans le film French Cancan en 1954, il poursuit sur les planches et travaille avec les metteurs en scène Jacques Audiberti, Jean Vilar, Jean-Marie Serreau, Peter Brook, Luc Bondy, Patrice Chéreau ou encore André Engel. Durant la même période, il se fait connaître dans des téléfilms populaires tels que Sylvie et le fantôme, Tu ne m'échapperas jamais ou encore L'Affaire Lacenaire de Jean Prat. Devenu athée après un deuil familial, il rencontre en 1956 Luis Buñuel, réalisateur connu pour son anticléricalisme, et prend ironiquement le rôle d'un prêtre dans La Mort en ce jardin. En 1959, il tourne Le Rendez-vous de Noël, court métrage d'André Michel d'après la nouvelle de Malek Ouary, Le Noël du petit cireur, qui se passe à Alger. Les années 1960 marquent le début de sa consécration, remarqué dans Le Doulos de Jean-Pierre Melville, il est révélé au grand public avec Le Mépris de Jean-Luc Godard aux côtés de Brigitte Bardot. Dès lors, il tourne avec beaucoup des plus grands cinéastes français (Jean Renoir, René Clair, René Clément, Alain Resnais, Agnès Varda, Jacques Demy, Alain Cavalier, Michel Deville, Claude Sautet, Claude Chabrol, Louis Malle, Jacques Doillon, Jacques Rivette, Léos Carax, Bertrand Blier), européens (Luis Buñuel, Costa-Gavras, Marco Ferreri, Alfred Hitchcock, Jerzy Skolimowski, Marco Bellocchio, Ettore Scola, Manoel de Oliveira, Otar Iosseliani, Theo Angelopoulos, Nanni Moretti) et internationaux (Youssef Chahine, Raoul Ruiz, Hiner Saleem). Dans Le Coup de grâce (1965). Il devient l'un des acteurs fétiches de Marco Ferreri, avec sept films, de Dillinger est mort à Y'a bon les blancs en passant par Touche pas à la femme blanche ! — avec pour point d'orgue La Grande Bouffe —, de Luis Buñuel avec six films : Le Journal d'une femme de chambre (1964), Belle de jour (1967), La Voie lactée (1969), Le Charme discret de la bourgeoisie (1972), Le Fantôme de la liberté (1974) et Cet obscur objet du désir (1977) ainsi que de Claude Sautet, avec Les Choses de la vie, Max et les Ferrailleurs, Mado et Vincent, François, Paul… et les autres. Il joue également dans le singulier Themroc. Il entame la décennie 1980 par le prix d'interprétation au festival de Cannes en 1980, avec Le Saut dans le vide de Marco Bellocchio, et celui du festival de Berlin en 1982, avec Une étrange affaire de Pierre Granier-Deferre8. Il travaille avec le jeune cinéma français, comme Jacques Doillon (La Fille prodigue en 1985), Leos Carax (Mauvais sang en 1986), n'hésitant pas à casser son image bienveillante avec des rôles provocateurs ou antipathiques, avant de s'essayer lui-même à la réalisation. Il tourne également plusieurs films avec Manoel de Oliveira, de Party (1996) à Belle toujours (2006) en passant par Je rentre à la maison (2001). Habitué du festival de Cannes, il fait partie du jury de la compétition officielle du 60e festival en 2007 sous la présidence de Stephen Frears. Amateur de littérature, il a également enregistré la lecture des Fleurs du mal de Charles Baudelaire et de Gargantua de François Rabelais. En 2011, il joue dans Habemus Papam de Nanni Moretti, présenté en compétition à Cannes. C'est sa dernière apparition au cinéma.

Lost in Criterion
Le doulos

Lost in Criterion

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 87:50


A very fun Jean-Pierre Melville film causes us to reconsider how we’ve viewed the director and his works in the past. Le doulos is a comedy. It must be. Did we make a mistake in not interacting with Le Samourai as parody? Probably not.

ERFM NON-OFFICIEL (plus mis à jour)
Il était une fois #22 – Jean-Paul Belmondo

ERFM NON-OFFICIEL (plus mis à jour)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2021 56:44


Il était une fois est l'une des nombreuses émissions d'ERFM. Cette petite émission musicale vous conte une histoire à sa manière. Matériel requis : enceintes haute fidélité, lumière tamisée, fauteuil club et verre de whisky. Bonne écoute ! Pour ce vingt-deuxième épisode, nous partons à la redécouverte de l'acteur français Jean-Paul Belmondo. Les morceaux diffusés : 00:53 Claude Bolling - « Mexican Paradise » (Le Magnifique) - 1973 04:24 Armando Trovajoli - « La ciociara » (La ciociara) - 1960 06:39 Martial Solal - « Générique » (Prêtre) - 1961 08:48 Georges Delerue - « Suite » (Classe tous risques) - 1960 14:45 Michel Magne - « China Jazz Hot » (Un singe en hiver) - 1962 17:39 Paul Misraki - « Jazz rapide » (Le Doulos) - 1962 21:18 Georges Delerue - « Les Appalaches » (L'aîné des Ferchaux) - 1963 26:13 Claude Bolling - « Paris musette » (Le Magnifique) - 1973 28:11 Claude Bolling - « Borsalino » (Borsalino) - 1970 30:57 François de Roubaix - « La scoumoune » (La Scoumoune) - 1972 33:41 Ennio Morricone - « Paura sulla città » (Peur sur la ville) - 1975 38:04 Ennio Morricone - « Minaccia telefonata N.2 » (Peur sur la ville) - 1975 41:34 Ennio Morricone - « Le Marginal » (Le Marginal) - 1983 45:40 Ennio Morricone - « Générique » (Le Professionnel) - 1981 48:35 François de Roubaix - « Quand les amours se meurent » (La Scoumoune) - 1972 51:40 Ennio Morricone - « Chi mai » (Le Professionnel) - 1981 Source: https://bit.ly/38ulaRi

Les Nuits de France Culture
Cinéma pour les ondes - Le Doulos (1ère diffusion : 05/03/1963 Paris Inter)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2020 39:59


durée : 00:39:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit, Albane Penaranda, Mathilde Wagman - Par Roger Régent et Jacqueline Adler - réalisation : Virginie Mourthé

movie chronicles
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movie chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2020 42:32


This episode is a pleasant stroll through French films of 1962. Films include:- A Very Private Affair, Le Doulos, La Guerre De Boutons, & La Jettee… & La Jetee… & La Jettee… & maybe Twelve Monkeys

The Projection Booth Podcast
Episode 466: Le Doulos (1962)

The Projection Booth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 110:51


We kick off French Month with a look at Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le Doulos. The second of his several and seminal gangster films, Le Doulos is the story of two men -- Silien (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and Faugel (Serge Reggiani). They are denizens of the underworld where loyalty and honor are everything. When a burglary Faugel has planned goes awry he thinks that it’s Silien who set him up. Is Silien the titular “Doulos,” an informer?Samm Deighan and Ken Stanley join Mike to wax fondly about Jean-Pierre Melville and his rich career.

The Projection Booth Podcast
Episode 466: Le Doulos (1962)

The Projection Booth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 110:51


We kick off French Month with a look at Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le Doulos. The second of his several and seminal gangster films, Le Doulos is the story of two men -- Silien (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and Faugel (Serge Reggiani). They are denizens of the underworld where loyalty and honor are everything. When a burglary Faugel has planned goes awry he thinks that it’s Silien who set him up. Is Silien the titular “Doulos,” an informer?Samm Deighan and Ken Stanley join Mike to wax fondly about Jean-Pierre Melville and his rich career.

Eavesdropping at the Movies
223 - Army of Shadows

Eavesdropping at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2020 36:36


Jean-Pierre Melville draws upon his experiences in the French Resistance for 1969's Army of Shadows, which depicts an ensemble including Lino Ventura, Simone Signoret and Paul Meurisse working to disrupt the Nazi occupation of France, rescuing Resistance members from captivity, operating safehouses... and killing informants. Army of Shadows' view of the Resistance is far from romantic, showing the ordinary people who comprise it being driven to extreme measures in the cause of remaining hidden and evading capture, and the threat of capture and death hanging over them at all times. We compare it to The Great Escape, a caper in which prisoners of war work towards a big victory - there's nothing of the sort in Army of Shadows, the Resistance only ever staying one step ahead of the Nazis pursuing them. Resistance itself is the victory, and it comes with costs. We think about continuities between this film and Melville's other work. The isolation felt in Un flic and Le Doulos comes through here, the Resistance members needing to work together but constantly suspicious of one another, as anyone could turn informant; emotional connection is a danger, as it can be used as a thumbscrew. But the film depicts the courage of the Resistance, the inhumanity of the situations into which they're forced, and elicits a range of feelings simultaneously. It's a complex, intelligent, essential film. Recorded on 9th April 2020.

Eavesdropping at the Movies
222 - Le Doulos

Eavesdropping at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2020 23:57


We visit another Melville, 1963's Le Doulos, about a network of criminals searching for an informer in their midst. Jean-Paul Belmondo plays his thief with such assuredly French swagger that it's no wonder why Quentin Tarantino names this film as a significant influence, though we also pick up on the story's similarity to Reservoir Dogs, in particular the botched robbery and snitch mystery. The film has clearly been preserved beautifully, the crispness of the images on Mubi's stream simply breathtaking. As with Un flic, we consider the characters' alienation, emphasised here through composition and framing, and their decisions, including the idea that all these men try to do the right thing by their particular code. Despite looking for things to like, Mike is ultimately nonplussed and a little bored by Le Doulos, preferring, on reflection, Un flic, while José, as ever the spirit of sunshine, beams with praise for it. We can at least agree that it looks fabulous. Recorded on 3rd April 2020.

Silver Screen Snobs
#306b: ...And The Rest!

Silver Screen Snobs

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2020 125:27


Tom and Jesse some recent movie news then get into talking Honeyland, Judy, Zombieland 2: Double Tap, A Beautiful Day in the Nieghborhood, Bombshell, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, Jojo Rabbit, Brightburn, Pain and Glory, Rollerball, In Time, Harriet, A Simple Favor, Wild Rose, Front Page Woman, Ready or Not, Three on a Match, All Screwed Up, Thunder Road, Marked Woman, Le Doulos and Windy City Heat

Real on Reels
Ep. 16 - Le Doulos: Die or Lie

Real on Reels

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2019 67:26


Rob and Jeremiah ring in the new year by digging into the 1963 French neo-noir film Le Doulos and playing Pointdog Millionaire! Intro/Outro music constructed from Creative Commons sounds by the following freesound.org users: -“Proyector16mm-2” by espectral -“Goofy Music” by FlatHill -“Cinemato” by jlozano -“3er Ding 01” by Raggaman --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realonreels/support

Million Dollar Movies
Le Doulos (1962)

Million Dollar Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2018 73:46


Bob and Dan discuss one of the great auteurs of French cinema, Jean-Pierre Melville, and his crime drama Le Doulos (1962). Other topics discussed: The Code, drugs, the French veneration of movies, and tragedy. Follow us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Follow Dan on Twitter.  

500 Greatest Films Podcast
472. Le Doulos (with Alicia Malone)

500 Greatest Films Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2018 61:50


Hector Navarro and Keller Knoblock are joined this week by Alicia Malone as they continue their ten-year-long movie watching journey with number 472 on the list of the 500 Greatest Movies of All Time: Le Doulos (1963). Will Hector and Keller get through the whole list? Will they live that long? Follow along with Keller, Hector, and their friends as they tackle a movie a week! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/500greatestfilmspodcast/support

NOIR TALK
Ep 10: Gaslight and the impact of "gaslighting"

NOIR TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2017 60:27


The Film Noir Foundation co-presented an October screening and panel discussion of the 1944 classic Gaslight at the AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, MD, as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We talk with the event's organizer, Aha! Moment Founder Tali Elitzur (aka the Noir Talk host's better half), about the origins of her idea for the event (2:15), as well as how therapists define and deal with the pattern of emotional abuse known as "gaslighting" (4:50). Film writer and historian Imogen Sara Smith, who introduced the screening and participated in the panel discussion, joins us to talk about the 1944 movie and its portrayal of an abuse victim's experience (10:50), how Gaslight fits in as a film noir (17:20), and how the 1940 British movie version compares with the Hollywood version (27:00). Author and domestic violence survivor Paula Lucas, the Founder of Pathways to Safety International, recounts her own experience with gaslighting (44:10) and describes how accurately the patterns of abuse are portrayed in the movie (51:50). We wrap up with how some of the recent high-profile stories of sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement can impact the fight against abuse going forward (53:30). Donate to the FNF to receive a year's subscription to NOIR CITY, including the current issue: http://filmnoirfoundation.org/contribute.html Details on the October screening, including full audio of the post-movie panel discussion, are available here: https://www.ahamomentdc.org/events/gaslight/ Pathways To Safety International: http://pathwaystosafety.org/ Please send us any feedback you have on our show to podcast@filmnoirfoundation.org. Music: Themes from Le Doulos (by Paul Misraki), Gaslight 1944 version (Bronislaw Kaper), and Gaslight 1940 version (Richard Addinsell). Dialogue from Gaslight (1944), with Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer.

RRR FM: Plato's Cave
Plato's Cave - 2 October 2017

RRR FM: Plato's Cave

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2017 36:19


Beatriz at Dinner, Battle of the Sexes and Le Doulos were discussed. With Thomas Caldwell, Cerise Howard and Emma Westwood.

Film Chat
130. A Ghost Story & Le Doulos

Film Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2017 46:53


How do you like your movies? New and spooky or old and French? Either way this episode of Film Chat has got you covered.First off we review ultra stylish French noir Le Doulos by acclaimed director Jean Pierre Melville but did we think it was merde or le merde! Tune in to find out.Then we tackle David Lowery's elegiac ghost story....A Ghost Story starring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara but did we think it was merde or le merde! Tune in to find out.Plus we discuss the news that Trump is about to get royally owned by the director of Whiplash on Twitter. I think we all know the answer to whether he's Russian or dragging!!!! #FuckingSatireMate....and investigate news stories featuring three immortals, namely; Dracula, Dorian Gray and Tom Cruise. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

You're Missing Out
Le Doulos & Battleship

You're Missing Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2017 41:08


Tom tries on Le Doulos while Mike takes a ride on a Battleship. Featuring: Mike Natale (@nkoas) Tom Lorenzo (@ragingbull1990) Theme song by Seawolph