Xavier Antin’s exhibition/installation Vanishing Workflows (Fleurs de Singapour) was on display at the Crèvecœur gallery in Paris from 17th May to 20th July 2019. Exhibited in the form of a hanging tropical garden, the work grows at the pace of the machine running at its heart.
In Bacurau, Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles depict an oppressed community of a Brazil in crisis. A surprising and high-profile motion picture, it was awarded the prix du jury (Jury Prize) at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
Released in 1960 and based on the novel by Raymond Queneau, Louis Malle’s third feature film depicts the fanciful adventures of Zazie, a young girl who dreams of taking the metro as she loses herself in the streets of Paris.
In her latest feature film released in July 2018, Patricia Mazuy immerses us in a thriller with touches of a black farce in which Marion, a young 25-year-old police officer, sets off alone in search of Paul Sanchez, a criminal who has been missing for 10 years and has been spotted in the Var...
Part installation, part sensory experience, Musica Mobile reinvents spatial sound design, allowing its composer Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou to put his research at the intersection of music and computer science into practice.
Published in 2014 by Gallimard, Tempête is a striking work by J.M.G. Le Clézio in more than one respect. This novel consists of two novellas, one set in Japan, the other in West Africa and Europe, linked by their explorations of childhood and the search for identity.
What if you could dive into Monet’s water lily pond? Thanks to Nicolas Thépot's virtual reality work, Claude Monet, the water lily obsession, you can head to Giverny and visit the garden that inspired the famous Impressionist painter.
With Dans l’engrenage, the Dyptik company depicts a group of individuals caught up in the routine of work: idealists, they try to escape a system… which sucks them up once again. Our society decoded by seven virtuoso dancers.
How can the essence of traditional African tales be conveyed in the contemporary era? Gathered in a single film, six animated shorts showcase traditional stories from six African countries through which the protagonist Papa Nzenu travels. With Tales of Africa, producer and director Djilali Beskri...
With Colours of the Fire, Pierre Lemaître offers a follow-up to The Great Swindle (“Au revoir là-haut”), 2013 Prix Goncourt winner, continuing his examination of the twentieth century in a police thriller which sketches a complex portrait of a woman.