Tag : Crowd

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’08s, 2019).

Collective stairway descent. Attempt to exhaust a Roman place.

Loop video by Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).

A train station, on the day of going on holiday, is a very ephemeral space in my opinion, to be revealed in the truth of what is humanly play, lends itself well to the visual processing of subtraction of (...)

Loop video by Benoît Labourdette (4’30s, 2000).

From a loop of an ambiance sound of an amateur video, building a digital abstract object, that the soundtrack anthropomorphise.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (7’59s, 2016).

Political commitment begins in look and name what we see.

Series of photographs. A long pause, in the early evening in June, along the fence that covers the work of the Forum des Halles in Paris. A short course, just trace the beginnings of a project... the long break is one of my watchwords, I (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’00s, 1998).

Someone vomited on the sidewalk. The crowd walking avoiding the puddle of vomit. Someone feels the pain of one who was there a few minutes before, and vomited because he had too much. The pain of the (...)

Video loop by Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).

In a “city”, a popular area of the city near Marseille, makes buildings aligned, there are actions, artistic and social: making jam, building street furniture ... a small party in the heart of everyday (...)

Loop video Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).

A hall, a reception. By visual subtraction of four superimposed shots made one after the other, humans mutate in remains of their presence, ie become almost absent, revealing the edges of the immutable architectural (...)

Writing workshop based around photographs. This project was part of the 8th international film festival Filmer le travail in the city of Poitiers and was supported by the CCAS, the works council of EDF. The workshop took place on the 17th and (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2007, 1h04’).

Synopsis One man and one anonymous anonymous evokes the difficulty of living in broad daylight in the shadow of the most fatal hour of contemporary history. The shadowy memory of the Holocaust which obscures the daily seeks desperately (...)

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