Mid-Autumn: turtlenecks, classrooms, and falling leaves. Ah, where do we begin the season? Perhaps none are more apt than scenes from François Truffaut's masterpiece "Les Quatre Cents Coups," or, "400 Blows" (1959). It opens with traveling and dissolving shots of gritty, romantic Parisien streets (a cinematic technique uncommon at the time), creating nuances of the new and the wistful that this season brings along.

After watching this spectacular instance of the French New Wave, don't forget to take a look at the "Hitchcock/ Truffaut" (2015) documentary as well.

DOCUMENTARIES THAT ARE OUT OF THE BOX

1975 Grey Gardens 
2013 When I Walk
2014 Art & Craft 
2014 Advanced Style 
2014 Beats of Antonov
2014 Dance for Me 
2015 Ballerina’s Tale
2015 Hitchcock/ Truffaut
2015 Tea Time