Jean-Luc Godard’s original trailer for Bande à part, 1964.
Anna Karina at the International Film Festival of Brasilia, 2012
This performance was last night- so great there’s already video!
Thanks to Hulu, you can see Anna’s guest starring role on the American TV series I Spy. The episode, titled “A Gift from Alexander”, originally aired in October of 1966.
Jean-Luc Godard and Anna meet with director Carl Dreyer at the Paris premiere of Dreyer’s film Gertrud, December 1964. Godard used a clip from Dreyer’s 1928 film The Passion of Joan of Arc in one of Vivre sa vie’s pivotal scenes.
This is super, super, SUPER rare, and I’m really excited that I’m able to share it with you guys. This is Anna’s 1959 ad for Coca-Cola UK, titled “Don’t Be Alone Out There”. Enjoy!
Anna’s cameo appearance in The Truth About Charlie, 2002.
TV advertisement for Lux soap, mid-1960’s.
While this isn’t the most exciting clip, it is the only piece of 1963’s Shéhérazade that I’ve been able to find thus far. At the very least, it does give me hope that a copy of the film is available out there, somewhere…
Here’s a clip of Anna singing to Alfred Marks in the 1962 film She’ll Have to Go. While there’s no question that she’s lipsynching (watch for the last line of the song… her lips don’t move, yet the singing continues!), I’m on the fence as to whether or not she’s doing a full on Milli Vanilli. It sounds like her voice, and Anna’s never been one to shy away from singing in a film, but… ?
Here’s a clip of Anna in Jean Aurel’s 1964 film De l’amour. Michel Piccoli’s character is showing home movies of women he’s dated to another woman (played by Joanna Shimkus) he’s trying to woo.