Cours vite, camarade! Le vieux monde est derrière toi!
Actor Jean-Pierre Léaud with director François Truffaut and other people from the cinema industry and cinephiles, protesting at the gates of the Cinémathèque Française, after its director Langlois got fired (below). The "Langlois Affair" and those protests were recreated by Bertolucci on The Dreamers (2003), as explained in the video (above).
Director Jean-Luc Godard filming the demonstration on the streets of Paris.
Bruno Barbey, with his camera around his neck. One of the most famous photographers of the riots.
Daniel Cohn-Bendit, known as "Dany le Rouge", leader of the riots,
with other student activists.
Truffaut, Léaud and others at the gates of the Cinémathèque Française,
closed by the government after the firing of Langlois.
Directors Lelouch, Godard, Truffaut, Malle and Polanski at the Cannes Festival
during May 68. They demanded to boycott the festival to support the protests.
The occupied Sorbonne during philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre's lecture.
Student at Victor Hugo's statue in the Sorbonne in May 68.
The Sorbonne used as a dormitory.
Reopening of the Nanterre university.
Soyez réalistes, demandez l'impossible!
Ph.: Bruno Barbey, and stills from The Dreamers (2003)