I just saw that Artur Renzo has posted to YouTube the 10-minute masterpiece in miniature by Chris Marker made for the 1984 Visions du Réel festival in Nyon, Switzerland — 2084. Embedded below. English and Portuguese subtitles optional.
Also: one week ago The New Republic posted here a selection of recent photos taken by Chris Marker in the Paris Métro. David Thomson provides the short introduction, but the essay beneath the slideshow is clearly written (in the third-person, voilà) by Marker himself.
"When he first started the project, Chris Marker was an elderly gentleman, but still nimble and fit — so he was not often noticed. He may have been 89; he could not always remember. But he had spent most of his life one way or another underground, and he did not need a message from outer space to tell him in this strange time that the newcomers — the aliens, whatever — might be seen first underground. [...] They had a mission, and their loveliness — he thought everyone was lovely in the metro’s white light — was their purpose. It was all journey and destination."
Late update: Thanks to Bill Krohn, who just pointed out to me this "post-scriptum" to the ten-part/two-hour JLG interview from April 27th conducted by Edwy Plenel, Ludovic Lamant, and Sylvain Bourmeau for Mediapart. (All of the ten parts are embedded at the post here.) A shot — taken in JLG's work-studio, at his own prompting — of a film in-playback: an unreleased short by Godard around the painter Georges de La Tour. Footage embedded below. The accompanying text at Mediapart can be accessed here.