Film show: Claude Lelouch's 'Shoot or Die' philosophy
Director Philippe Azoulay joins us in the studio to talk about following Claude Lelouch, an adventure that resulted in a documentary portrait of the energetic French filmmaker entitled "Shoot or Die". Azoulay gives us an insight into the techniques Lelouch uses to elicit spontaneous and authentic performances, as the maker of "A Man and a Woman" racks up six decades in cinema.
Also in the show, film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why actor Caleb Landry Jones deserves all the accolades he received for the dark, true-life tale recounted in Justin Kurzel's "Nitram".
Plus we take a look at the long shadows cast by the American Western on filmmakers from Texas to Toulouse, thanks to a season of screenings here in Paris.