Why use special software to write a screenplay ?A screenplay goes, often in a standardized format, which boils down to something very simple: one page = 1 minute.A script page contains: numbers, title and details of scenes, stage directions (...)
Dialogue on creation in virtual reality with Benoît Labourdette (filmmaker and producer, BL Prod) and Teddy Aymard (producer, Le bureau des curiosités), with a moment of practice so that the gesture nourishes the thought.International colloquium (...)
Training methods “Pocket Films” for movie teachers in Africa. FrameCFI (French Agency Media Cooperation) proposed in the context of the “Images of Africa” formation (training program for careers in television and cinema) a “Pocket Films” course of (...)
The fémis (National School of picture and sound, Paris - France) offers a “Summer School”, which is each year a documentary filmmaking course during two months for students from around the world.I assure the animation of the beginning of the (...)
Building of the website ot ESAV film school - Toulouse (France). A film schoolESAV is a public film school of the highest level, which is part of the University of Toulouse Le Mirail. ESAV is directed by Jean-Louis Dufour. It was founded in (...)
Twenty-six films made in three days.Since 2006, barely a year after the appearance of cameras in mobile phones, I teach at the School of Cinema ESAV Toulouse for students in their final year of implementation, offering a “Pocket Films (...)
Expert training to technology and digital video workflows, for editing teachers from several schools in the African continent. At AFDA, Johannesburg, South Africa. Inter-school training programCFI the French Cooperation Agency media, organizes (...)
Video loop by Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).
Raindrops on the window of a moving train. Plan sets a moving object. Metaphor of cinema: the film set in the device records the movement of the world before. In fact, a train is technically a kind of camera. This is not his first goal (which is (...)
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 (...)
Because of the mechanical nature of its technical function, photography is for me a matter of time rather than a visual matter : in its silver salts, or its pixels today, it is time which is captured, preserved, reinvented at every glance. Time (...)
I compose the soundtracks and music of most of my movies, and also compose, more rarely, autonomous musical pieces. Free treaming and download.