Content linked to Work

Voice-over is often discouraged in academic scriptwriting textbooks, which focus on the dramatic situation rather than on an interiority considered potentially boring. And yet, many films, and even “mainstream products”, successfully use (...)

In collective work, paradoxically, it is when one does not feel reassured that one works best. But how does it work? When we prepare for a job that involves the collective (leading a meeting, training, cultural action, giving a lecture, a (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2000, 1h03 ’).

Synopsis On digital images digitally reworked where fugitive anonymous silhouettes goes on, a poetic monologue book a disenchanted vision of ghostly ballet of modern life. (Forum des Images)

Public presentation of the film’s creative process “Tell me LED” (Benoît Labourdette, 2015, 65 minutes), Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 16h. The Méliès Cinema (12 Place Jean Jaurès - 93100 Montreuil - France). Free entry. The Documentary Film meetings (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’42s, 2018).

Work, potential factor of emancipation that can carry in itself its own reversal.

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 (5’16s, 2011).

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

A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’11s, 2018).

When a roll of scotch revolts.

Loop video by Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).

People sitting, working in a small office, with the background the street behind the window. The superposition of four times by subtracting the pixels can give, if you look at a single character, an opening on the “depth” of the person, thus (...)

Two animated films making workshops (filmed and commented drawings) for electric and gas industry workers on the theme of work. As part of its cultural activities, the Caisse Centrale d’Activites Sociales (the EDF works council) questions itself (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’44s, 2018).

Life is freedom and love.

A film by Marie (2’14s, 2009).

Keep a record of what you see from home and not what is in your home. Even if what we see from home seems banal to us, the important thing is to share our gaze.

A film by Tristan (0’05s, 2009).

So beautiful fragile poetry of the lack of inspiration.

The Polyamory series consists of very short films that challenge assumptions about love. These are graphic works linked to synthetic texts, with scientific or testimonial value. Love is a subject that is as much overused as it is little (...)

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 (...)

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