Talk:Cahiers du cinéma
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Was Rohmer Cahiers' first editor? I'd always heard that Bazin was and that Rohmer took over after Bazin's death. --Jeremy Butler 12:31, 4 April 2006 (UTC)
Was this phrase used?
I am moving this line from the Young Turks disambig page, as there is no mention of this phrase at the target article here. perhaps with some research this can be added:
- Young Turks, a group of critics and directors associated with the French New Wave, in particularly those associated with Cahiers du cinéma during the late 1950s and early 1960s.Mercurywoodrose (talk) 01:21, 12 September 2010 (UTC)
Yes the phrase is used in association with the the French New Wave and the directors that were part of the magazine and is noted in various sources including the Harvard Film Review translation. Some more research will have to done to figure out who exactly it's referring to: a lot of the sources mention the main writers, Godard, Truffaut, Rohmer, Chabrol, but many just mention New Wave Directors in general. I think it's more of a concept rather than a specific group of people, referring to French New Wave directors and the type of people they were. Opencooper (talk) 13:49, 13 March 2016 (UTC)
Is the second "c" in the title supposed to be capitalized? The article title doesn't do it and neither does the french Wikipedia. However, the article text does capitalize it. The Harvard Film Studies translation also capitalized it. One would presume that since this is a publication it would be in titlecase rather than Wikipedia's sentence-case preference for titles. Whichever we choose, the title should be consistent throughout. Opencooper (talk) 13:25, 13 March 2016 (UTC)