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A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’04s, 2019).

How to turn the deepest jealousy into the most invested love?

A film by Sandra Abouav and Benoît Labourdette (3’27s, 2020).

Flying danced deliriums sung. A choreography between a drone and dancers, for the hundredth and last opus of Sandra Abouav’s “Parking Dance” series (2017-2020). Presentation by Sandra AbouavIt is with a joy that cannot be concealed that I share (...)

Collective film (2’43s, 2018).

Objects rise.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’28s, silent, 2020).

Mise en abyme of the presence of human bodies as abstractions, through time, techniques and cultures.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (4’06s, 2020).

Light is what gives existence.

To honor the animal, a slow dance, in the memory of falling.Instrumental music, 2017,2’51s. Improvisation of Benoît Labourdette (synthesizers).Improvisation realized in private on October (...)

Workshop for the production of films for teenagers, then organization by young people of the itinerant screening of these films, within the framework of the Port Areas Film Festival (Saint-Nazaire - France). June 2017.This workshop was held (...)

Listen to the people around you and write down some of their words.

Video installation in 4 screens : human body - vegetable sculptures - video (a project by Jean-Philippe Poirée-Ville, Maëlla-Mickaëlle Maréchal, Benoît Labourdette).Four circular screens, looping: The installation is visible online.Here it is in (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’27s, 2018).

Gather around a book, gather yourself.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’24s, 2019, muet).

Why do we let ourselves be photographed?Based on photos of Mark Neville published in Le Monde “M”.

Collective film (4’22s, 2019).

They lost, or they won, they testify atypically.

Collective film (4’32s, 2020)

When images and objects close to the body lead to shared collective memories of important moments.

A film by Sylviane Bertrand, Benoît Labourdette and Nordine Salhi (1’, silent, 2018).

Calligraphy of bodies, crossing a history of cinema, between black and white.

The Franco-German channel ARTE is, like all TV channels, changing the very nature of its activities. ARTE pioneered early on the web (with ARTE Live Web ARTE creative, etc.). These new programs, these new kinds of relationship to the public, and (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’39s, 2015).

Sculptures made by artists from all countries, in relation to each other in sunny nature of Burkina Faso (Laongo park). Documentary.

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