Tag : VR

Film by Benoît Labourdette (2’47 s, 2016).

Is reality more real than dream, or both are equal ? Based on the “Thoughts” by Blaise Pascal (17th century).

Filmmaking workshop in Virtual Reality for teenagers at the Biarritz Library. Co-produced by Passeurs d’images - ALCA The Biarritz media library, open to new technologies under the impetus of Nathalie Bargetzi (head of the image department), has (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (12’43s, 2017). Text and photographs by Myriam Drosne.

Binocular walk in 360° inside the memory of a project of photographs of a construction site.

A week of exploration of Virtual Reality by a group of Femis and CNSAD students, leaded by Benoît Labourdette. Experiments, creations, reflections ... A philosophical and critical perspective, through playful explorations, to question the (...)

Workshops for the production of films in Virtual Reality in three libraries of the City of Paris: Bibliothèque Historique de la Ville de Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Hôtel de Ville, Bibliothèque Arthur Rimbaud. As part o fNumok, the digital library (...)

Article on thethe blog of the Canope Media Library about a virtual reality filmmaking workshop led by Benoît Labourdette. We tested a 360° camera shooting - The idea factory We tested a 360-degree camera shooting NUMOK, the digital festival of (...)

Collective film (4’03s, 2019).

Musical performance in virtual reality in the heart of the city.

A film by Faouzia (2’33s, 2019).

Discover an inner world through a visit to an apartment with a 360° camera.

In the “Mashup Film Festival” at the Forum des Images (Paris, France), 15 and 16 June 2013, I was invited to propose a workshop for making animated films with handheld cameras, in one shot, cut out of paper. The festival, now in its third edition (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’33s, 2013).

In Vitrolles, in the south of France, a rocky peak overlooking the city. It is found scattered clothes and a mobile phone, in which there was a movie and a text. The work of a madman, it seems, which was not (...)

Kaleidoscope offers a very “organic” vision. As a visual metaphor of cell division, it opens up a field of perceptions and emotions, far beyond the ornamental it might seem at first glance. This figure has always concerned me, I offer you (...)

The drone, this flying camera that comes among us, raises, for a filmmaker, important issues. Military object, object for surveillance and death, object of cartographic ubiquity by multinationals, and soon business purpose, delivery device. (...)

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