Ciné Club de l'INSAS
In the framework of The May Events @ INSAS 16 > 20/05
Ciné Club de l’INSAS is a project by students of INSAS. It arose from the need to come together and to live and experience cinema. Ciné Club de l'INSAS wants to be an open space for films and film makers circulating and operating outside regular cinemas. Its aim is to question today’s cinema, to connect it with yesterday’s screenings and to sketch the film of tomorrow.
During one week, INSAS is the festival centre of Kunstenfestivaldesarts. On the 17th and 18th of May Ciné Club de l'INSAS is planning two outdoor film screenings, related to the themes covered throughout “The May Events”.
17/05 - 22:00
UFE(UNFILMÉVÈNEMENT) — César Vayssié
(in presence of the director)
2016 – 153' – HD – French > English subtitles
What does a society (a team) produce (create) without a plan (scenario) facing the imperious (inevitable) desire (choice) of redoing (fabricating) a world (a film) differently? The exhibition (projection) of oneself, perilous (physical) act (phenomenon) which is the corollary (the consequence) of any political or amorous (artistic) commitment (action).
18/05 – 22:00
Une jeunesse allemande (A German Youth) – Jean-Gabriel Périot
2015 – 93' – HD – German/French > French & English subtitles
At the end of the 1960s the post-war generation started to revolt. This included journalist Ulrike Meinhof, lawyer Horst Mahler, filmmaker Holger Meins, and the students Gudrun Ensslin and Andreas Baader, who co-founded the Red Army Faction (RAF). Constructed entirely from archives, the film describes their increasing political involvement to the time of their armed resistance and the reactions of the German government.
César Vayssié produces films and actions. At the intersection of visual arts and dance, his work takes on the field of performing arts with an untypical proposition about art and politics. In 2000 he produces the movie Les Disparates and has since then regularly worked with Boris Charmatz. He collaborates with artists such as Philippe Quesne, François Chaignaud. His film UFE(UNFILMÉVÈNEMENT) received the Georges De Beauregard National Award and the Audience Award at FID 27th International Film Festival Marseille 2016. This film has been shown at MOMI New York and Tate Modern London. He has created COPROUDUCTION, a serie of improvised duets with experienced performers. César Vayssié's works have been shown at the White Cube in London, the Folkwang Museum in Essen, the MoMA, the Pompidou Center, Nanterre-Amandiers and in many places dedicated to visual art and performing art. César Vayssié has presented his new creation EXEMPLE on December 2017 at Ménagerie De Verre, Paris.
Jean-Gabriel Périot started his career as editor. He developed his own style, using film and photographic archives. He also worked as a teacher and proposed installations in the field of contemporary art. Interested in the links between history, memory and images (fixed or animated), his work deconstructs the official archive, disturbs the making of history and questions the memory or societal issues.Back to top