Number of results : 461

   05 - LIBERTAD !

ART - CULTURE

by LAGOARDE-SECOT (VERONIQUE), HARRAULT (Amélie)

The interwar period is significant for its tumults of enthusiasm and illusion. Communism is a tempting alternative, and the desire for social, moral, artistic, and political revolution hangs in the air...

52 mn

by GARCIAS (JULIETTE)

The China Academy of Art allowed architect Wang Shu (Pritzker Prize, 2012) to work in total freedom.

26 mn

   01 - BOHEMIAN

ART - CULTURE

by HARRAULT (Amélie), LAGOARDE-SECOT (VERONIQUE)

In joyous, early 20th century Montmartre, a band of penniless artists comprising Max Jacob, Picasso, Apollinaire, Derain and Vlaminck, among others, takes up residence in an old piano factory : le Bateau-Lavoir.

52 mn

   02 - GLORY

ART - CULTURE

by LAGOARDE-SECOT (VERONIQUE), HARRAULT (Amélie)

Picasso responds to Matisse with Les Demoiselles d’Avignon. The canvas causes a scandal and ushers in the aesthetic of cubism.

52 mn

   03 - MONTPARNASSE

ART - CULTURE

by LAGOARDE-SECOT (VERONIQUE), HARRAULT (Amélie)

On being released from the hospital, Apollinaire discovers what life is like in Paris during the war. In Montparnasse, foreign artists - most of whom are Jewish, having fled the anti-Semitism of Eastern Europe - are dying of hu...

52 mn

   04 - JAZZ

ART - CULTURE

by HARRAULT (Amélie), LAGOARDE-SECOT (VERONIQUE)

The war has ended, and the streets erupt in celebration. Montparnasse swings to the rhythms of jazz and hops to the buzz of lively cafés. Paris is a movable feast. Conceived as reactions against the absurdity of war, the...

52 mn

   06 - MINUIT

ART - CULTURE

by LAGOARDE-SECOT (VERONIQUE), HARRAULT (Amélie)

World War Two erupts, and France mobilizes its war effort. After the debacle of June 1940 and the Occupation of Nazi Germany, Europe is in tatters, and artists and intellectuals flee in droves.

52 mn

   BECAUSE OF PHILIP K. DICK: LIVING IN THE WORDS OF A SCIENCE FICTION WRITER

ART - CULTURE

by DELESTRAC (DENIS)

We draw upon Philip K. Dick’s work as well as various cinematographic adaptations of his novels (Blade Runner, Minority Report, Total Recall, and more) in order to illustrate the extent to which K. Dick’s oeuvre for...

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52 mn

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