A film by Benoît Labourdette (6’29s, 2013).
26 December 2013. Published by Benoît Labourdette.

A former disused hotel on the Place du Capitole in Toulouse is the scene of an inner musical divagation.


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    The cut

    Sensitive test on the concept of separation between the past and the present. How these two times coexist side by side in two materials, two spaces, two architectures, both tangible and symbolic . Working rustling material image and sound, and switching explicitly set film act, surprisingly arbitrary, absurd at first glance, as is an accident. Cut in fact full of meaning and potential construction, through gaps it creates.


Opening Credits
an audiovisual proposal by Benoît Labourdette
At the center of large cities, sometimes paradoxes disused places for years, the fixed past coexists with the present world, rustling, human activities .
As two stages, two worlds, one beside each othe, unaware of each other.
Capitole square.
Simply visiting an old hotel in music.
The time of a song without words.

End Credits
images, sound, music, production
Benoît Labourdette

I make short films as a painter makes paintings, usually in a lonely way, away from academic practices of making cinema. Some films are made in a very spontaneous way, others can take years to mature. I explore the meeting between the image and the world. These are experimental works, which often also tell stories...