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Paris is a Moveable Feast - A Film in 18 Waves Paris is a Moveable Feast - A Film in 18 Waves

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Frontline | Frontline | Sylvain GEORGE | | 2017 | 90min | DCP | color/b&w | Experimental
Director Sylvain GEORGE Screenplay Sylvain GEORGE Producer Marie-Noelle GEORGE Cinematography Sylvain GEORGE Art Director Sylvain GEORGE Editor Sylvain GEORGE Sound Sylvain GEORGE, Ivan GARIEL Music Black Justice Experiment, Nick Cave Cast Mohamed CAMARA, Valerie DREVILLECave

Program Schedule

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157 2018. 05. 04 21:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 3
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444 2018. 05. 07 17:00 Jeonju Cinema Town 7
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852 2018. 05. 11 20:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 8
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  • Review

    The film unfolds in three tracks: the landscape of Paris, the stories of solitary immigrants, the street protests. The relationship of them is established only by political views. The images not sentimental but fascinating present the places and monuments that symbolize Paris and the outrage and shout that filled the streets. At illegal immigrants´ protests, they sing, recite the works of radical writers, and run away from the riot police. On the other hand, the images in black and white of which the event named ´The Feast of Paris´ took place from 2015 to 2016, that the film naturally links with those of May 1968. The current and historical discourses, compared with overwhelming similarities, comment on the reality that is far removed from the spirit of freedom, equality, and fraternity. A powerful film that makes poetic form political. [JANG Byungwon]


Sylvain GEORGE

Born in Lyon, France in 1968. He holds degrees in philosophy, Right and Politicals sciences, cinema. Among his cinematic works are May They Rest in Revolt (figures of wars I)(2010) which won the Award of the jury Valdivia International Film Festival, and The Outbursts (my mouth, my revolt, my name)(2011) which won the best film at the Torino Film festival 2011. He teaches at the Institut de Sciences Politiques de Paris.