Innovative film distribution proposal.
Project for innovative post-confinement film distribution via QR Codes stuck on coffee tables. Project for innovative post-confinement film distribution via QR Codes stuck on coffee tables. Project for innovative post-confinement film (...)
A high level cultural event, based on the creativity of the participants: making films from commented photographs, broadcast at the time, which invite the spectators to contribute to it.. The project In November 2019, as part of the Festival of (...)
Post-confinement cultural action project.
Itinerant projections on city walls, in the neighbourhood around a cinema, to experience again the happiness of shared projection, without any fear of health, thanks to the outside and the easy respect of social distancing. The film is also an (...)
Workshop for making animated films from drawings within the framework of a professional event. Within the framework of the professional evening of the launch of the new national coordination Passeurs d’images (...)
Tell me LED... A choral film, which connects speech and light. Article in the magazine “Projections” n°37 (Passeurs d’images), December 2015.
As part of the launch of the new national coordination Passeurs d’images, I proposed an “interactive cinema session”. Come in, ladies and gentlemen! On June 5, 2018, Passeurs d’images, a national image education scheme funded by the CNC and the (...)
Sharing my interest in an inspiring personality.
The notion of “cultural rights” is increasingly present in the debates within the cultural sector. They are seen by many as being at the heart of the issues and processes of change in the field of culture. But they are controversial, their very (...)
Interview with Benoît Labourdette (4’39s, 2020).
Video presentation of Benoît Labourdette’s approach to the democratic dimension of cultural action.
Interview of Benoît Labourdette by Jean-Yves de Lépinay (11’37s, 2020).
Sharing examples of audiovisual creation workshops conducted in the spirit of cultural rights: moving from “participation” to “interaction.” This trust we choose to put in others is a risk we take, it changes us. We take the risk of being able to (...)
What is culture for? What is cinema? Are we going to return to cultural places? Should we rethink cultural proposals to adapt them? But to adapt them to what and how? These are fundamental questions that are posed today to the actors of the (...)