A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’11s, 2014).
The myth of scientific progress. According to Albert Bayet.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’04s, silent, 2019).
Reasoned bibliography of our relationship with future in 2019.
Inventing a competition of films shot with mobile phone in the framework of meetings of the scientific image Youth Imaginascience.In the frame of Imaginascience, the team of Turbine Sciences, organizer of the event, was quick thought about the (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2 ’, silent, 2017, pseudonym: C. B.).
Gently remove the dark layers to return to light.
Production of a collective film by researchers in mathematics.The Laboratory of Probability and Random Models (LPMA) from universities of Paris 6 and 7 invited me to lead the way at the laboratory reentry conference, in a cinematographic way. (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’46s, 2021).
The mathematics of nature.
Animation d’ateliers de réalisation de films dans 3 classes de lycée, pour le concours Pocket Films - Imaginascience 2015.Dans le cadre du concours Pocket Films - Imaginascience, j’ai animé trois ateliers de réalisation de films, dans trois classes (...)
Screening of the film « Is science immoral » (5’11, 2014) in the meeting “after the nuclear”, 22 November 2016.International Sciences and Cinemas Film Festival. RISC / 10th edition / Marseille. From 19 to 26 November 2016.Cinéma Les Variétés, (...)
Communication by Benoît Labourdette to listen (25 minutes) on the stage use of live contributions from unknown users. As part of the symposium “Attention, machine!”. February 7,2018. This symposium organised by the Litt&Arts UMR of the (...)
Imaginascience is an annual event about the scientific image for youth, organized by Turbine Sciences (Cran Gevrier - Annecy - France).After have done filmmaking workshops with mobile phone in 2014, in 2015, Imaginascience proposed a film (...)
Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) was a philosopher, engineer and mathematician of genius. Among other major scientific and philosophical advances, he invented and built the first mechanical calculating machine in 1645, thus laying the concrete (...)