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In an odd but most fitting news conference, reclusive and iconoclastic director Jean-Luc Godard spoke to reporters Saturday at the Cannes Film Festival via FaceTime. The 87-year-old French filmmaking legend, who pioneered film's New Wave movement during the '60s, was connected by phone by French critic Gerard Lefort, who held the screen aloft for reporters to approach, one by one.Journalists asked one of cinema's most enigmatic figures about his new film, the state of cinema and Michael Bay, whose "13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi" is seen fleetingly in Godard's "The Image Book". Films should show what's not happening, which you never see anywhere, including on Facebook".With his face filling the phone screen, the raspy-voiced Godard responded warmly to each journalist as the reporters milled around Lefort.
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