Collective film (3’04s, 2020).
The image of oneself, the images of others, which are projected on each other..
Collective film (4’22s, 2019).
They lost, or they won, they testify atypically.
Collective film (7’22s, 2018).
Simple everyday objects share their interiority.
Collective film (4’34s, 2016).
In nature, objects share their digital experiences.
Collective film (4’11s, 2016).
In a park, games of seduction of things at pivotal moments in their lives.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’54s, 2018).
Listening at the doors. A deeper, poetic and contemplative exercise than one might imagine at first glance.
Collective film (5’49s, 2018).
Anthropomorphic introspections at school.
Collective film (2’12s, 2018).
On a beach, the sharing of inanimate summerers’ experiences.
Collective film (3’49s, 2018).
When everyone finds in himself his richness, his inner joy.
Collective film (3’02s, 2015).
Hands of humans from all over the world are talking through their tattoos, to music in a building by Le Corbusier.
The six letters that make up the word “couple” have a hard time fitting together, and even end up forming other words.
Collective film (4’41s, 2014).
Abandoned on the ground, these objects wonder about their lives.
’A scenario that gives, on reading, the sensation of the soundtrack of the film, will have a rare, extremely convincing evocative power. Physiological thinking of the scenarioA film is, physiologically, an object that addresses only two of our (...)
A collective film directed by Benoît Labourdette (1’43s, silent, 2017, collective : Alice, Morgane, Romain, Benoît).
The meaning of life on earth, summarized by a few key words.