Godard stood at the origins of the so-called new wave in cinematography. World cinema was influenced already by the early work of the director. The director's first film to be released was Breathless (1960), starring Jean Seberg and Dan-Paul Belmondo. The script was written by Godard and François Truffaut right before the start of the shooting day, and the dialogues were invented during the filming.
The audience also remembered his works “Little Soldier” (1960), “Mad Pierrot” (1965), “Carabinieri” (1963), “Two or Three Things I Know About Her” (1966), “Male - Female” ( 1966). Godard made his last film, Image and Speech, in 2018.