“Feminism” is a word that frightens many, men, women and others, because it promises changes in power. Feminism, contrary to a common misconception aimed at discrediting it, has never been basically a struggle of women against men, it simply challenges the patriarchal system of domination, which in reality is detrimental to all. It is an egalitarian political project, based on a lucid analysis of the age-old inequalities between women and men, which seem to be normal, if not natural. That is why feminism is disturbing. We were taught from childhood that inequality between women and men was normality. To succeed in thinking the world differently is first of all an internal revolution, a profound individual path, as much in the habits of thought as in everyday relationships or political choices.
The world has only been structured around the power of patriarchal domination for about 5000 years (cf. Heide Goettner-Abendroth, major researcher in contemporary anthropology), the previous societies being almost all egalitarian on all levels. Contemporary feminism is, in my view, the central facet of ecological questioning, in the deepest sense of the term (nature, morals, society, work, art, industry, etc.), which sketches out the possibility of a future for our societies sick with domination.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’00s, 2019).
How a love disappointment leads to even more love.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’04s, 2019).
How to turn the deepest jealousy into the most invested love?
A film by Benoît Labourdette (25s & 8s, 2021).
An all online festival... forty films by women directors from all over the world... a new way of doing... 43rd edition of the International Women’s Film Festival (from April 2 to 11, 2021).Two versions of the trailer of the International (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (8s, 2020).
Unveiling rich movie programming in 8 seconds.For television broadcasts, it was necessary to have a trailer version of only 8 seconds, for the 42nd edition of the Créteil Women’s International Film Festival.The idea co-constructed between (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (0’54s, muet, 2020).
Bibliography in 2020 for the emancipation of women and men.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’26s, silent, 2017).
Rebuild the maps of the domination systems.
In 2011, the International Film Festival of Women of Creteil is dedicated to the filmmakers of the South of the Mediterranean.It is entrusted to Benoît Labourdette the realization of the trailer of the Festival. The choice is about something (...)
Thought-provoking ideas and proposals for audiovisual workshop concepts for nuanced and useful actions, with the aim of building critical thinking on gender stereotypes. Stereotypes and dominationThe world has long been largely structured by (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’28s, 2020).
Sexuality, that intimate space that we experience as natural and spontaneous, is in fact largely constructed by our culture. For more sexual fulfillment, a first exercise in deconstructing codes, in the sequel to Martin Page and his book “Beyond (...)
In 2012, the International Women’s Film Festival of Créteil is subtitled “The Return of the Fireflies”. The directors of Europe and of the whole world as so many lights of life.On the same principle as in 2011, Benoît Labourdette realizes this (...)
The International Festival of Films of Women of Créteil and the Val de Marne, an important institution if it is put forward of the filmmakers (work so important, so precious!), is the 31st edition in 2009, commissioned Benoît Labourdette to (...)
Monitoring of design, encoding, authoring and mastering of a 2 DVD box set. ErgonomicsOne of this two DVD set contains a primer. Some letters of the alphabet refer to a short film, others to several. I accompanied the work of ergonomic design, (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’55s, 2020).
The couple seems to be an evidence in the construction of love and family. Let’s lift the veil on its true history.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (4’08s, 2019).
In 1816, Charles Fourier, in his text “The new world of love”, provides scientific proof that the couple, the only form of love legitimized by Western society, necessarily leads to situations of selfishness, lies and betrayal, which are at the (...)