2015 / France, United States / 80 min / N-13
Director(s) - Kent Jones
Screenwriter(s) - Kent Jones, Serge Toubiana
Actors - Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson, David Fincher, Olivier Assayas, Peter Bogdanovich, Arnaud Desplechin, James Gray, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Richard Linklater, Paul Schrader
Producer(s) - Charles S. Cohen, Olivier Mille
Cinematographer - Mihai Malaimare Jr., Daniel Cowen, Nicholas Bentgen, Lisa Rinzler, Eric Gautier, Galatee Politis, Genta Tamaki
Editor(s) - Rachel Reichman
Composer(s) - Jeremiah Bornfield
Sales agent - Cohen Media Group
Distributor - Nonstop Entertainment
Production company -
Dialogues - English, French
Subtitles - Lithuanian
The encounter between François Truffaut and Alfred Hitchcock in 1962 was a sort of apotheosis for cinema buffs worldwide. Published in 1966 as a book entitled "Hitchcock/Truffaut" (simultaneously in France and in the USA), the extended conversation between the two men had a profound effect on the critical approach to Hitchcock’s movie around the world. Above and beyond that, the very conception of the cinema was transformed, as from then on, the filmmaker was seen as the true auteur of his oeuvre, thanks to his mastery of mise-en-scène.
"A Letter to Elia" (2010, doc.), "Hitchcock/Truffaut" (2015, doc., "Kino pavasaris").