Tributes are flowing in following the information of iconic New Wave filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard’s death at 91. The French-Swiss director, recognized for movies like Breathless and Alphaville, died Tuesday, in accordance to newspaper Libération and different French media retailers, citing family of the director.

The influence of Godard’s work has been huge, together with for a lot of working administrators, writers, and actors. After the filmmaker’s loss of life was introduced on Tuesday morning, quite a few filmmakers, world leaders, and celebrities mirrored on his work.

French president Emmanuel Macron was one of the primary to weigh in, noting on Twitter that Godard grew to become “a grasp” of French Cinema and that “we now have misplaced a nationwide treasure.”

Director Edgar Wright known as Godard “one of essentially the most influential, iconoclastic film-makers of all of them.” He recalled, “As one of a zillion examples, I found whereas making my [Sparks] doc that myself & Russell Mael had made, 25 years aside, close to an identical Breathless/Godard spoofs at school. His was ‘Très sérieux’ and mine was ‘À Bout De Lemon Souffle’. Apologies JLG. Nous t’aimons!”

Other filmmakers and actors additionally paid tribute. Scott Derrickson noted, “Goodbye Jean-Luc Godard. He modified the shape of cinema like Bob Dylan modified the shape of music.”

Paul Feig reflected, “Goodbye to a real legend and visionary. His affect on all of us within the trade was and continues to be profound. Thank you for a lifetime of work and inspiration.”

“Adieu, Jean-Luc Godard,” Stephen Fry wrote on Twitter. “I watched Breathless for the umpteenth time once more simply two weeks in the past. It nonetheless leaps off the display screen like few motion pictures. That scene between them within the lodge: what number of different administrators may have managed that in so small an area and made it so charming?”

Guillermo del Toro shared the information, however didn’t supply any sentiments about Godard, noting that the director “has handed away.”

Cannes Film Festival posted a retrospective of the director’s profession highlights on Twitter, noting, “Since his first look on the Festival in ‘Cleo de 5 à 7’ in 1962, 21 movies by Jean-Luc Godard have been screened in Cannes.”

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