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

A digital tribute to the first Lumière films, with these references.

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

The reflection of the city in the windows of skyscrapers is a fascinating visual effect. These buildings, which usually dominate us, are, in the city itself, reduced to a single image, a fragile reflection, ephemeral, fragmented. Subtracting (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’21s, 2019).

When an architecture made of glass reveals its intrinsic abstraction.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’12s, 2014).

Facets of a vision of the feminine, fragmentary.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’09s, 2010).

Let’s imagine for a moment that the sky is red...

A film by Tristan (0’05s, 2009).

So beautiful fragile poetry of the lack of inspiration.

Video creation by Benoît Labourdette (3’07s, 2014).

Architectural structures, nonliving, support glare movements of life.

Video loop by Benoît Labourdette (1’10s, 2013).

Raindrops on the window of a moving train. Plan sets a moving object. Metaphor of cinema: the film set in the device records the movement of the world before. In fact, a train is technically a kind of camera. This is not his first goal (which is (...)

“Pocket Films” trainging for social workers and street educators - Central France Region. Ciclic Regional Pole for the moving image, the book and digital cultures in central France, proposed to the social actors of the territory a three days (...)

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 (...)

Since 2009, through workshops and filmmaking workshops that I lead, I propose, among others, the following work: shooting through a window, and tell a souvenir in clip. Many movies, beautiful, strong, and have been made​​. From time to time, as (...)

To shoot from our homes, not to shoot our homes. Film what we see from your window and tell an important memory about this image, to share it with others we don’t know. Dare to let ourselves be surprised by the movement of our own thought, and (...)

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