Workshops for the production of animated films by visitors to an exhibition.
As part of the exhibition“We and the others, biases to racism” at theMusée de l’ Homme in Paris, in partnership withArcadi, within the framework of Passeurs d’images en (...)
Proposal open to the public to make animated films to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Higher School of Architecture Paris-Belleville. Analysis, strategy and implementation
How, in an evening when a thousand people are invited, (...)
The Arts Centre Enghien Les Bains / digital Scriptures, an important place of digital creation in France, proposed Saturday, December 2, 2012, the first workshop for animation movie... with mobile phone ! Designed with and led by Benoît (...)
Workshops on how to make animated films that are silent by teenagers, independently and responsibly.
As part of Benoît Labourdette’s consulting mission for the city of Les Lilas, aimed at working on the orientation of the cultural policy towards (...)
In the “Mashup Film Festival” at the Forum des Images (Paris, France), 15 and 16 June 2013, I was invited to propose a workshop for making animated films with handheld cameras, in one shot, cut out of paper. The festival, now in its third edition (...)
Animation animation workshops for the public of leisure centers.
In the summer of 2017, the Ile-de-France Region organized screenings of outdoor films in four leisure centers, which were preceded in the afternoon by artistic workshops. Arcadi (...)
Premiere of the film “Tell me LED” (France, 2016, 65 minutes), Friday, January 8, 2016 at 20:30. Cinéma Le Méliès, 12 Place Jean Jaurès - 93100 Montreuil - France. “Mairie de Montreuil” metro station. Free admission by reservation : reservation (...)
Since 2011, I have been offering workshops for the production of animated films from paper cut, in various contexts, notably in media libraries, at the Maison des metallos, at the Forum des images, at the Museum of Man->Art636], at the Grand (...)
Traditionally, the making of a cartoon is a very long operation, which requires an investment of participants over a long period. With “Pocket Films” methods, it is possible to do and make cartoons, modest in terms of technology but but ambitious (...)