Stolen Kisses [Baisers voles] (Original photograph from the set of the 1968 film): Truffaut, ...

Stolen Kisses [Baisers voles] (Original photograph from the set of the 1968 film)

Truffaut, Francois (director); Raymound Cauchetier (photographer); Claude Jade, Jean-Pierre Leaud (starring)

Published by Les Films du Carrosse, Paris, 1968
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Vintage borderless black-and-white double weight photograph from the set of the 1968 French film noir. With a rubber stamped date of March 12, 1970 on the verso, along with numerous press notations and markings. A wonderful candid shot of Truffaut, Jade, and Leaud sitting on a park bench during principal shooting of the film.Raymond Cauchetier began his career as a set photographer in 1956, on Marcel Camus' 1957 film, "Fugitive in Saigon." Cauchetier's film career is closely linked to the French New Wave, for whose founders he became a favorite still photographer. Between "Breathless" in 1960, and "Stolen Kisses in 1968 (his final film), Cauchetier worked with most of the emblematic directors of that movement, including Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, Jacques Demy, Agnes Varda, and Jacques Rozier. He was honored with a monograph "Photos de cinema: Autour de la Nouvelle Vague (1958-1968)" (Image France Éditions, 2007), in which several of his most evocative images can be seen.The third of Truffaut's series of five films wherein Leaud portrays Truffaut's semi-autobiographical character Antoine Doinel.9.75 x 8 inches. Some impressions visible on the recto from the press notations on the verso, otherwise Near Fine.Criterion Collection 186. Bookseller Inventory # 134991

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Title: Stolen Kisses [Baisers voles] (Original ...

Publisher: Les Films du Carrosse, Paris

Publication Date: 1968

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