The Birth of a New Avant-Garde - Editing

July 24, 2012, 12:32 PM

A change in movie storytelling and editing was already under way when French film critic and soon-to-be film director Alexandre Astruc wrote these words in an article in the magazine Écran Français in 1948. The change he saw was the growing influence of the longer-take, depth-of-field photography of Jean Renoir's films of the late 1930s edited by Marthe Huguet and Marguerite Renoir.

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