Collective film (4’07s, 2016).
The calm introspective intimacy of everyday objects.
Collective film (2’14s, 2019).
Assuming self-image on social networks: not so easy!
Collective film (3’, 2013).
[At the water’s edge, we confide in each other.]
Collective film (1’36s, 2019).
When technology, money and organization are put at the service of violence.
Collective film (2’47s, 2019).
When media objects revolt.
Collective film (4’25s, 2017).
Small depresses of the everyday objects.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’42s, 2019).
“When the eye, emerging from the darkness, suddenly sees a luminous object, it will seem much larger at first sight than in the long run.” Leonardo da Vinci, Notebooks (optical).
Collective film (2’48s, 2018).
Lost things, between the city and nature.
Collective film (7’30s, 2019).
Digital things whisper their existence in our ears.
Post-confinement cultural action project.
Itinerant projections on city walls, in the neighbourhood around a cinema, to experience again the happiness of shared projection, without any fear of health, thanks to the outside and the easy respect of social distancing. The film is also an (...)
Collective film (4’22s, 2019).
They lost, or they won, they testify atypically.