Collective film (1’51s, 2017).
Objects foment their future freedom.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’41s, 2005).
Preparations for a cinematic event.
Collective film (1’45s, 2020).
Harassed or stalker, how the functions lock each other up.
Collective film (2’14s, 2019).
Assuming self-image on social networks: not so easy!
A table is a support, made up of several elements that make it capable of supporting the weight of other objects. But above all, etymologically, the table is the support for writing. Writing this word is therefore an almost original mise en (...)
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’25s, 2020).
“A place of one’s own, what is it?”
A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’58s, 2015).
A meeting of missing persons in a deconstructed place in transformation. Reminiscences of voices and breaths. Exploding of architectural elements, tables, chairs, windows, lamps...
Collective film (4’25s, 2017).
Small depresses of the everyday objects.
Collective film (4’37s, 2019).
Intimate testimonials of objects that feel lonely or abandoned.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’16s, 2011).
A meeting, like a thousand other meetings. No, it is your meeting.
A collective movie (4’19s, 2021).
They wake up, and are determined to get on with their lives!
Collective film (3’19s, 2018).
The little object people of a building courtyard.
Collective film (4’03s, 2019).
Musical performance in virtual reality in the heart of the city.
Discovery of educational experiences using Virtual Reality, either as a tool or as an object for building critical thinking skills. Round table moderated by Benoît Labourdette, as part of the Digital Culture Meeting 2019, organized by (...)
In 2000, I designed a series of 12 films to be broadcasted in loops in different precise ways. “2D” Aesthetics of these purely plastic and infographic films is set in relation to the fact that the television screens at the time have lost their (...)
Shoot movies with mobile phones as of 2005, when cameras appear in phones, shoot movies with drones from 2013, when he sold quantities at Christmas, use standalone portable projectors to project movies in the streets, deflect the techniques of (...)