Jean-Luc Godard biopic

French media is reporting the death at age 91 of French-Swiss director Jean-Luc Godard, a significant figure in the Nouvelle Vague,

the filmmaking movement that transformed cinema in the late 1950s and 1960s.

 Jean-Luc Godard came from an affluent family and was born on December 3, 1930, in Paris, France, to a doctor and the daughter of the founder of a Swiss investment bank.

 Jean-Luc Godard's first to filmmaking came in 1954 with the short film "Opération Béton" ("Operation Concrete"), which he made while pursuing an ethnology degree at the University of Paris.

These movies were "Passion," "Prénom Carmen," and "Je Vous salue, Marie," which were released in 1982, 1984, and 1985, respectively.

The Danish-French actress Anna Karina, played numerous roles and was briefly married to Jean-Luc Godard.

In 1987 and 1998, he earned honorary César Awards during his long career. In 2010, he was given an honorary Academy Award.

The first to report  Jean-Luc Godard's passing was the French publication Liberation.