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Les Lundis

n°1 : Julia Varga, Un papillon est passé
n°2 : Jean-Claude Taki, Au risque de se perdre
n°3 : Ismaïl Bahri, Par dons et captures
n°4 : Alex Pou, Histoire de l’ombre (histoire de France)
n°5 : Jean-Claude Taki, Au risque de se perdre / soirée en collaboration avec l’INA
n°6 : Ismaïl Bahri, Dans l’atelier
n°7 : Martin Le Chevallier, Münster
n°8 : Le Lundi des Lundis – Quel cinéma fabriquons-nous ?
n°9 : Ismaïl Bahri, Retour d’expérience
n°10 : Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson, WHAT RISES/ FROM THE DEPTHS/ CANNOT HELP/ BUT BREAK/ THE SURFACE
n°11 : Pierre Michelon, Un petit morceau de bois
À VENIR
n°12 : Carlos Casas, Cimetière
n°13 : Ismaïl Bahri, Hanter les lieux
n°14 : Ismaïl Bahri, Un espace pour voir   

Phantom Mondays

Phantom Mondays allows you to meet the artists and filmmakers associated with the Fabrique Phantom, a new tool dedicated to the development of emerging filmmaking practices.

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PROGRAMMATION

Histoire de l’ombre (histoire de France)  by Alex Pou

Spectres by Sven Augustijnen

Los Suenos de Daireaux by François Daireaux

Suite  by François Daireaux

Fire by François Daireaux

My Dubaï Life by Christian Barani

Un mito antropologico televisoby Alessandro Gagliard, Maria Helene Bertino et Dario Castelli

Vidéocartographies : Aïda, Palestine, by Till Roeskens

Michael Berger, Une hystérie, by Thomas Fuerhapter

Dragonned, by Sandy Amerio

Furor by Salomé Laloux-Bard

Soleils de Printemps by Stefan Ivancic

Big In Vietnam by Mati Diop

 Dear Steve et Speech Act by Herman Asselberghs

Firozabad by François Daireaux

 

Les Séances Phantom

Finding their place in both the scenes of contemporary art and that of emerging cinema, the films that compose the program of the ‘Séances Phantom’ challenge the vocabulary and displace the frontiers of documentary cinema. The recurring program—at the MK2 Beaubourg Cinema in Paris, the Espace Khiasma and cinemas and intermediary venues in the region—offers the occasion to give a visibility, beyond that afforded by festivals and biennials, to these new writings that situate voice at the heart of a cinema of the collective unconscious. Each projection is followed by an exchange with the filmmakers, moderated by Olivier Marboeuf.

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