Content linked to Violence

Video capture of a collective creation directed by Benoît Labourdette. Played on March 26, 2016 at the CNSAD (15 minutes).

“Today, almost everyone takes the stage on digital networks, takes a presence in the gaze of others by self-portraits interposed. What about the place of our lives? What can the theater stage, representation, and poetic gesture put into motion in (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’27s, 2019).

Dead animals are helplessly witnessing human violence.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’11s, 2014).

The myth of scientific progress. According to Albert Bayet.

Collective film (4’36s, 2019).

In a movie theatre, the objects of our daily lives talk about life with social networks.

Loop video by Benoît Labourdette (1’, 2000).

If there was a personal theme in this film, it should be filling a form, the body. The paradigm shift made by digital on this question of fullness : everything is overflow.

Training on how to teach about violent images. East Image, Regional Centre for Arts Education and Training in Cinema and Audiovisual, organized on November 9, 2016, with the support of the Conseil régional and the DRAC d’Alsace Champagne-Ardenne (...)

Training day and co-construction of educational tools to work on self-image, designed in collaboration between theMaison de l’image (Noémie Rubat du Mérac, project manager) and Benoît Labourdette. April 26, 2018. Summary of the day on the website (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (0’20s, silent, 2019).

Is revolution still possible in the age of neuroscience?

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’24s, 2009).

Our real, composed of the confrontation of beauty and drama. But the reality of others, too, who live on dramas and are exposed, in the eyes of all, at the moment when they are the most fragile.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’13s, 2009).

Short film of 2’13sec, built on the confrontation of a press article of November 25, 2009 and a shot filmed in public transport in Paris, on the same day. The daily confronted with information. Both, the text and the film, are in reverse, to (...)

Collective film (1’36s, 2019).

When technology, money and organization are put at the service of violence.

Collective film (7’22s, 2017).

Words dance to make racism and discrimination vanish.

Loop video by Benoît Labourdette (1’50s, 2000).

Repetitive synthetic voice that seeks to feel the incarnation behind the abstraction.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (6’11s, 2018).

A traumatic event disrupts the past, the present and the notion of reality.

A film by un ten years old child (9’04s, 2019).

Living in the inner world of a 10-year-old child, through a truculent walk with him in the neighborhood.

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.

The deep waves of an inner storm are born, mysterious and imperceptible, and grow, transform, do not know why. Instrumental music, 2014, 2’23s. Improvisation by Benoît Labourdette (synthesizers). Improvisation carried out in private, September (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’52s, 2017).

The remembrance of a drama, and an unexpected confession.

Collective film (0’54s, 2019).

How do we find good reasons to leave and fight?

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’48s, 2013).

This old house and this rain remain me a memory from when I was a child, in a classroom...

A film by Benoît Labourdette, based on an idea by Nassera Tamer (2’25s, 2020).

Love we live it, it guides us or overwhelms us, we enjoy it or suffer from it... but by the way, what is it, exactly?

Collective film (4’25s, 2017).

Small depresses of the everyday objects.

Thoughts Recently, drones equipped with cameras are accessible to the public. Ie the flying camera, previously reserved for seasoned professionals or army becomes “democratic.” This camera can produce images of the sky views and movements that no (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’21s, silent, 2017, pseudonym: Jean-Jacques).

To look at each other, to face our violence.

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