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Jean-Luc Godard, deeply influential French New Wave filmmaker, dies at 91

  Jean-Luc Godard, deeply influential French New Wave filmmaker, dies at 91 Godard, who made such films as 'Breathless' and 'Weekend,' was widely viewed as the most inventive and radical of the French New Wave directors.Multiple French media outlets reported that they had learned the news of Godard's death from the filmmaker's relatives Tuesday.

New York officials are considering enforcing a new proposal that will compensate civilians for reporting bike-lane violations.

According to Lincoln Restler, a city council member, the New York City Police Department hasn’t been handing out enough tickets. To combat this, the Department of Transportation is reviewing the newly proposed bill.

If passed, the bill would pay individuals who submit evidence of a parking violation 25% of the $175 ticket.

“I feel the safety risks every day that are associated with illegal parking,” Restler said. “It’s even more problematic for the parent pushing a stroller or a person in a wheelchair who can’t get by on the sidewalk because of illegally parked cars. That’s why we are creating, in this legislation, a new structure to bring real accountability.”

Algerian Filmmakers Re-Sound Alarm As Funding Freeze Leaves Venice Titles Out Of Pocket

  Algerian Filmmakers Re-Sound Alarm As Funding Freeze Leaves Venice Titles Out Of Pocket Algerian filmmakers have stepped up a campaign calling for their government to unlock promised state funds for cinema, warning that Algeria’s film industry is on its last legs following a near-year-long funding freeze. Following on from a first open letter in June, the Collective of Algerian Cineastes has published a new letter addressed to Minister of Culture Soraya Mouloudji, re-demanding clarification on the government’s funding plans for cinema.

However, Sarah Kaufman, interim executive director of the New York University Rudin Center for Transportation, believes the bill could cause issues amongst residents.

“Wealthier residents tend to call in more and report issues,” Kaufman explained. “In every city that has a 311 system it tends to be whiter, wealthier residents who are calling.”

In addition, the bill would create a new violation and civil penalty. The violation charge would include hazardous obstruction by a vehicle of a bicycle lane, bus lane, sidewalk, crosswalk, or fire hydrant when the vehicle is located within a distance of 1,320 feet of a school building, entrance, or exit.

The bill would also require the DOT to create a civilian reporting program. The program will allow civilians to submit complaints and supporting evidence for alleged violations to DOT.

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