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PROGRAM TIME 2005
Lices - June 30, 19h & July 2, 19h
8 films - 57mn

sadescription Chat-musée, s’amuser
5mn   color   stereo   2004   France
by Carole Contant
The architecture and the contour of the animal bodies mew awfully to meet.
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sadescription L'eau de là
3mn18   color & b/w   mono   2003   France
by Houssam Harfouche
A man wanders in park, on a rainy day.
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sadescription Considering David and Goliath
8mn40   color   mono   2005   USA
by Kara Hearn
This video explores the unglamorous and tedious, yet beautiful side of tackling the big things in one’s life (fear, unhappiness, dissatisfaction) with consistency, presence of mind, and faith.
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sadescription Slow Force Glimpse
4mn   color & b/w   stereo   2004   USA
by Brook Hinton
A feverish reverie in which images glimpsed from a train window become lodged in a dream-like world of menace and beauty. This is the first in a planned series of works by Brook Hinton based on the concept of introjection - the uncounscious internalization of external phenomena. In psychology the term usually refers to the incorporation of external personalities or ideas (i.e., parental voices) into the personality : Hinton is more interested in the psychological impact of the things we encounter in passing.
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sadescription Cécilou... y es tu ?
3mn   color   stereo   2004   France
by Colas Ricard
Sequence shot of Cécilou, holding a dictaphone in the hands.
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sadescription Floodland
10mn44   color & b/w   stereo   2004   France
by Elie Barrau
This is the tale of an uncharted land which is never in the same place twice. Lost in the sea, Floodland is an emerging, shamelessly, decadent area, constantly adrift. Viral and animal, accidentally damaged by the flows, Floodland fells the need to dive, to emerge, to get away. Automatic growth, internal engines are working below the water level. So far or so close, we never see Floodland. Some people says they went there,some celebrities use to spend a few time under the channel and sometimes the fun starts 30,000 feet underneath the sea.
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sadescription Genève
6mn   color   stereo   2004   France
by Augustin Gimel
Ritual sacrifice and oppression of individual by society.
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sadescription La Nuit
17mn05   color   stereo   2004   Belgium
by Catherine Menoury
The Night - is it really that dark ? Or is the Night the victim of our inability to see through it? Are our nights restless, nightmarish because we are afraid of not seeing or is it fear that obscures our senses? To be in the Night and to see, to fear because we see, turning back, wavering, to reflect upon one's own existence, to leave or to keep going. Keep going because the circle is not complete. Unless the circle spirals and so can never lead to an end, but becomes and always grows. We are deaf and blind, we can see at night, we are clairvoyant. We are dead and we are alive. The Night - is it black, luminous or white ?
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