Celebrating 1968: Filmmaker Michel Hazanavicius on ‘Godard Mon Amour’

Academy Award-winning director of The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius hopes to offer audiences an intimate look at the French political protests of 1968 in "Godard Mon Amour."
(Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times)

The year 1968 was one of cultural and political turmoil. To mark its significance, the L.A. Times published a series of stories and interviews on the various films, events and individuals that made the year so memorable. As part of this package, film reporter Mark Olsen spoke to filmmaker Michel Hazanavicius, an Oscar-winner for his film “The Artist,” about his film “Godard Mon Amour.”

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