• In March, we let you know about the underheralded Raymond Cauchetier, the unofficial photographer of the New Wave, by linking to an informative essay on cinematographer John Bailey’s blog. Now, if you’re living in London, you can see Cauchetier’s work, in a special exhibition at the James Hyman Gallery. On display from July 14 to August 28, the show, coinciding with Cauchetier’s ninetieth birthday, will offer a selection of iconic photographs from the set of Godard’s Breathless (including Belmondo and Seberg’s famous Champs-Élysées stroll), plus others from such films as Jacques Demy’s Lola and François Truffaut’s Jules and Jim.

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  • By Jose Gallegos
    July 12, 2010
    07:58 PM

    You guys tagged the wrong Lola in this post.
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    • By Marforius
      February 16, 2014
      04:44 AM

      Sorry to be disagreeable but Criterion is absolutely correct. I think you may be confusing stills photographer with cinematographer in this case.

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