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 (3’10s, 2019).
A revolt of objects against the Internet and its uses.
Collective film (2’28s, 2017).
Objects, which we imagine have been incarcerated, share their experiences.
Collective film (4’07s, 2016).
The calm introspective intimacy of everyday objects.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’18s, 2009).
Let’s imagine for a moment that this poster is a face...
Collective film (4’34s, 2016).
In nature, objects share their digital experiences.
Collective film (1’56s, 2016).
From the end of the world, from the end of time, crossings on a terrace.
Collective film (4’57s, 2019).
A double staircase going up and down, objects coming in from all over the world, a common desire.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’20s, 2009).
The correspondences between the rain, which burns the glasses, which prevents to see, and the denialist theses on the agenda of the media for a few moments, which are also ways to still not want to see. The real arises from this confrontation, (...)
Collective film (4’25s, 2017).
Small depresses of the everyday objects.
Collective film (6’15s, 2020)
Like a little story of writing and looking, from paper to screens.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’44s, 2009).
Let’s imagine for a moment that this street is a safe deposit box...
Collective film (2’55s, 2020).
When objects share their experience of deconfinement..
A film by Sylviane Bertrand and Benoît Labourdette (1’, silent, 2018).
A simple painting can create controversy in a couple.
Collective film (4’36s, 2019).
In a movie theatre, the objects of our daily lives talk about life with social networks.
Collective film (3’27s, 2015).
In nature, objects sing to give themselves courage.
Collective film (4’33s, 2015).
Stairway to freedom.
Film collectif (3’11s, 2019).
Teenage objects share their various dreams.
Collective film (4’41s, 2014).
Abandoned on the ground, these objects wonder about their lives.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’58s, 2013).
Body, space and timeA body in the city at night. The body of the eye. The look of the body. The experience of coming and going, which is the breath of a city. Is the time in the city, is a chronological space in the perception that one has ? (...)
Video capture of a collective creation directed by Benoît Labourdette. Played on March 26, 2016 at the CNSAD (15 minutes).
“Today, almost everyone takes the stage on digital networks, takes a presence in the gaze of others by self-portraits interposed. What about the place of our lives? What can the theater stage, representation, and poetic gesture put into motion in (...)