A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’16, 1997).
Passing a closed trash can, a Japanese tourist remembers the words of his father, who told him the bomb, and the feeling of being alive while others died.
Loop video by Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).
An installation of Japanese bowls, lamps installed to decorate the countryside, in the context of “Encounters documentary film” in Mellionnec (Brittany - France).The movement of these white balls with the wind, with superimposing / subtraction (...)
AXA for its international distant insurance AGD (France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Poland, Japan, Korea) , needed to create momentum under its “Corporate meeting” in 2012 (international meeting of teams), a dynamic movie to start (...)
The documentality explosionBy Maurizio FerrarisContrary to the predictions of the past century, we have not witnessed the disappearance of writing but, rather, to its explosion. And more generally to the explosion of the recording. The (...)
The concept of televisionThe goal of “tele-vision” at the beginning, as its name suggests, was able to transmit moving pictures remotely, making “live” that the cinema does not, because you have to develop the film.But how, in the early 20th (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2007, 1h04’).
SynopsisOne man and one anonymous anonymous evokes the difficulty of living in broad daylight in the shadow of the most fatal hour of contemporary history. The shadowy memory of the Holocaust which obscures the daily seeks desperately (...)