Content linked to Photography

Screening of “Dead leaf”, a film by Benoît Labourdette (8’33, 2012). Dario Apostoli, Italian photographer and filmmaker, organizes, in a small Italian village, Pavullo Nel Frignano, a sort of “cave”, an installation with projections of films by : (...)

Collective film (4’32s, 2020)

When images and objects close to the body lead to shared collective memories of important moments.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (8s, 2020).

Unveiling rich movie programming in 8 seconds. For television broadcasts, it was necessary to have a trailer version of only 8 seconds, for the 42nd edition of the Créteil Women’s International Film Festival. The idea co-constructed between (...)

A face projected on a face, or the mise en abîme of the identity. Images that stay in the head During a workshop day that I conducted as part of the Master Digital Media of the University of Grenoble in November 2016, I photographed the (...)

Alain Fleischer, filmmaker, artist, photographer, writer, director of Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts contemporains was the most regular contributor of the Festival Pocket Films: From 2005 to 2010, he made each year the experience of making (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (12’43s, 2017). Text and photographs by Myriam Drosne.

Binocular walk in 360° inside the memory of a project of photographs of a construction site.

Series of photographs. A long pause, in the early evening in June, along the fence that covers the work of the Forum des Halles in Paris. A short course, just trace the beginnings of a project... the long break is one of my watchwords, I (...)

Development of practical and creative thinking in the pedagogy of images, with digital photography. July 8, 2013, invited by Jean-Yves Moirin and Francis Jolly in the Seminar of the Photographic Encounters, I proposed a conference on the (...)

Short lecture by Benoît Labourdette (7’30s).

Public synthetic presentation of the “Pocket Films Empathy” approach (Serge Tisseron and Benoît Labourdette), by involving the spectators, so that they live the subject from the inside. On the occasion of the donation of his archives to the (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’22s, silent, 2017, pseudonym: The child).

Leafing through the old photographs of the collective unconscious is to return to oneself.

The “chain” of photographic galleries YellowKorner (70 galleries in the world), in partnership with Les films de mon oncle, exposes from april 16th to june 14th 2014 nine photographic prints extracts from films of Jacques Tati : Big Day (1949). (...)

What is an image ? To answer this question, the first question to ask is: Why do we see? How do we see? What do we see? Keeping it simple: at the bottom of our eye, there is a “sensitive area”, which sends information to the brain, which (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (7’42 s, 2016).

Documentary on the exhibition of photographs “Lonelies from the streets” by Benloÿ, at the chapel of the Jesuits, Chaumont (France).

Collective film (3’49s, 2018).

When everyone finds in himself his richness, his inner joy.

Series of photographs. The long obturation photographs at night with camera movements produce drawings, often very aesthetic visual universe, because of the continuity of the lines thus formed, which produce a visual “automatic” almost harmony. (...)

www.sergetisseron.comWork I supported: Support the definition of the project. Design and ergonomics. Web Development. Training editors (set text and images online).Project Serge Tisseron, psychoanalyst, specialist and other family secrets and (...)

Writing workshop based around photographs. This project was part of the 8th international film festival Filmer le travail in the city of Poitiers and was supported by the CCAS, the works council of EDF. The workshop took place on the 17th and (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’24s, 2019, muet).

Why do we let ourselves be photographed? Based on photos of Mark Neville published in Le Monde “M”.

Collaborative creation of photos by the inhabitants of a district, to record the memory of an event. During the 2017 Christmas celebrations, the municipality of Les Lilas (93) supported the actions of the association Better living in the Sentes (...)

Collective film (3’38s, 2016).

What if the books spoke?

A film by Benoît Labourdette (42s, silent, 2017, pseudonym: J.P.S.).

Domination is exercised by imposing silence and institutionalized lies.

Active conference to equip social actors with digital skills to work on self-esteem with adolescents. Exchange of experiences and practices, and proposal of a lived experience. The [Image Forum-https://www.forumdesimages.fr/] organized the (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (8’50s, 2013).

The visit of an empty Paris apartment, where several people lived successively. Memory fumes artists Sophie Calle and Boris Lehman.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’38s, silent, 2017).

A so negative feeling...

Revisit the principles of four-colour printing, with inks and ashes. Fifteen “numerical paintings”. Mechanical colour reproduction does not use the same primary colours as in painting. There are only three: Red, Green and Blue. On computer (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (6’19s, 2017).

Creation of the synthesis film of a multidisciplinary artistic intervention carried out in Choisy-le-Roi over a year, within the framework of urban renewal.

Collective book to which I contributed, with the article “From economy to the conversation and audiovisual creation”. Publication Date : 19 February 2014 published by Armand Colin Link to the official website of the conference that gave birth to (...)

From the point of view of perception, a film is only an illusion formed by our brain from visual and auditory stimuli. Images seen can produce sounds and vice versa. Each person mentally constructs a different film from the same film seen. Thus (...)

Workshops related to images, cinema, photography, animated films, but also writing, offered at cultural events to “passing” people. How to propose a requirement of creative quality, even in a very short (...)

Because of the mechanical nature of its technical function, photography is for me a matter of time rather than a visual matter : in its silver salts, or its pixels today, it is time which is captured, preserved, reinvented at every glance. Time (...)

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