“So this image has an existence?”
directed by Jean-Luc Godard & Anne-Marie Miéville
In 1976, Godard began collaborating with filmmaker Anne-Marie Miéville on a series of radically innovative works for broadcast on European television — works that Colin MacCabe termed “probably the most profound and beautiful material ever produced for television.” Displaying the rigorous intellect and irreverent wit that characterize Godard’s films, these richly experimental works break new ground both as video and as television. [more]
The whole series is available here.