SCREEN

History of Cinema

PEAU D’ANE, DEMY ET LE MERVEILLEUX

Webreport, 2013

Documentary realised for the exhibit “Le Monde enchanté de Jacques Demy”, held at the Cinémathèque Française in Paris (10 April to 4 August 2013).

Via a "free consultation" and a "guided tour" the work explores the marvellous world of Jacques Demy's Donkey Skin with unpublished documents, film extracts and interviews with collaborators. [eb-hj]

SUMMER UNDER THE STARS

Portfolio, 2011

A pocket-size cinema museum, with 31 of the greatest film stars. Not a gadget, even if branded.

VERTICAL DREAMS

Portfolio, 2011

The National Cinema Museum of Torino is one of the most important of its kind in the world, thanks to its vast collection, which includes pre-cinema objects, and its varied scientific and educational activities. Housed in the bizarre and fascinating Mole Antonelliana,  symbol of the city of Turin, the museum's unique exhibition space offers visitors a special visual experience.

FRANCOIS TRUFFAUT

Interactive map, 2010

Take an interactive walk through the cinema of François Truffaut.

A HISTORY OF HOLLYWOOD MOGULS & MOVIE STARS

Portfolio, 2011

The history of Hollywood through its studios, moguls, and movie stars. A virtual museum of cinema where you can spend your life, by Turner Classic Movies.

FRESQUE INTERACTIVE DU FESTIVAL DE CANNES

Portfolio, 2009-present

Since 1946 to 2010, all editions of the Cannes film festival are narrated by images and witnesses. About three-hundred-fifty documents available.

CAPTURING REALITY: THE ART OF DOCUMENTARY

Portfolio, 2008

One day with the best documentary film-makers in the world. What is a documentary? Why do we create them? Can they represent the truth? Errol Morris, Kim Longinotti, Nick Broomfield, Jennifer Baichwal and many others reflect on their creations, their creative choices and the ethical issues that drive their narratives.

 
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