Collective film (5’49s, 2018).
Anthropomorphic introspections at school.
Collective film (5’28s, 2020).
When talking objects teach us that digital can create human connection.
Collective film (1’36s, 2019).
When technology, money and organization are put at the service of violence.
Collective film (4’36s, 2019).
In a movie theatre, the objects of our daily lives talk about life with social networks.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (53s, silent, 2017, pseudonym: Stéphane G.).
“No one shall be disturbed for his opinions, even religious ones, provided their manifestation does not disturb the public order established by law.”
Second album in 2001, consists of 15 pieces for nightlife, a little claustrophobic in vocal and physical consonances. Composition from actual sound of whispering resonances. Granular soundscape times. Webs of human voice and articulated (...)
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 (...)
The image has become a language that everyone “speaks” on a daily basis, much more so than before the democratization of digital tools. Thus the stakes of images touch more than ever our existence in a very direct way, at the psychological, (...)
Hands, or rather the hand, is a subject that matters to movies shot with handheld cameras : the camera in one hand, that films the other hand.With mobile phones, filming his feet was a recurring figure, because when turned on the phone, in a (...)