The French-Swiss film director Jean-Luc Godard has died at the age of 91, the French newspaper Liberation reported on Tuesday.
Godard was one of the most influential film directors and was often credited with revolutionizing cinema.
During the course of his filmmaking career, Godard made more than 40 feature films, several short films, experimental documentaries and music videos.
He was known for classics such as “Breathless” and “Contempt.”
In 2010, he received an honorary Oscar for his life’s work.