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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 (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’, 2019).

Paris as seen by its paper directory in 2019.

March 10, 2010, invited by Serge Tisseron, I made ​​a speech at iconic College INA, on the theme “The mobile phone is it the future of cinema?”. Text about the intervention The phone is in almost any pocket at all times. Who forgets his cell (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’10s, 2016).

Wonder about the foundations of language, its meaning and its forms... for men and machines. This film is part of the transmedia project “The singularity” (www.la-singularite.com).

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 (...)

Découverte d’expériences éducatives utilisant la Réalité Virtuelle, soit comme outil, soit comme objet de construction de l’esprit critique. Table ronde animée par Benoît Labourdette, dans le cadre des Rencontres culture numérique 2019, organisées par (...)

The criteria of composition When we do the framing of an image with a camera, we often use the classical criteria of image composition, inherited from the tradition of figurative painting. Which is quite natural. Things as we see them in the (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’16s, 2011).

A meeting, like a thousand other meetings. No, it is your meeting.

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 (...)

Film by Benoît Labourdette (2’47 s, 2016).

Is reality more real than dream, or both are equal ? Based on the “Thoughts” by Blaise Pascal (17th century).

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