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World Cinema - Documentary

Un Film Dramatique

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Director_ Eric BAUDELAIRE
 
France 2019 115min DCP color feature Experimental G
Review

This film follows middle school students who live around Saint-Denis, a norther suburb of Paris where there is a big immigrant population. They come from diverse background. They have discussions about various things. They talk about whether or not they are French. Behind the young faces of the students, we can figure out what community means to them and to us. They keep on answering political questions such as racial discrimination, social violence and talking about films, during which we find how insightful these young minds are. Their fresh insight renders the documentary even more dramatic with lively dynamics. The students´ selfies reveal the inner selves of teenagers who are tech and media savvy as well as what they struggle with inwardly. At the same time, the selfies constitute cinematic frame where filmmaking become a collaborative work. Together, Un film dramatique tells us a story of children growing up to be independent individuals who are capable of leading their own lives. While we observe the growth, we also encounter a question of what constitutes art in the era flooded with multimedia. [Sung MOON]

CREDIT
  • DirectorEric BAUDELAIRE
  • ProducerHélène MAES
  • CinematographyEric BEAUDELAIRE
  • EditorEric BEAUDELAIRE
SoundEric BEAUDELAIRE
FILM SOURCE
LUX │ distribution@lux.org.uk
DIRECTOR
Eric BAUDELAIRE
 
Born in 1973. He is an artist and filmmaker based in Paris, France. After training as a political scientist, he established himself as a visual artist with a research-based practice incorporating photography, printmaking and video. His feature films The Anabasis (2011), The Ugly One (2013), Letters to Max (2014), Also Known As Jihadi (2017), and Un film dramatique, have circulated widely in film festivals, including Locarno, Toronto and Rotterdam. In 2019, he was awarded the contemporary art Marcel Duchamp prize with Un film dramatique.
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