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Femmes/Exils/Histoire, une projection conférence par Claire Angelini, cinéaste

Culture and tradition, Leisure and sciences, Cinema, Culturel, History, Professional, Screening, Conference in Autun
  • They belong to different times and places, but what unites these women is the courage to break away, to travel and to go into exile.

  • . Women from here and elsewhere: they belong to different eras (18th century, 20th century) and places (France, Algeria, Vietnam), but what unites them is the courage to break away, to travel and to be exiled. During this conference-projection, Claire Angelini will look back at some of the characters in her films to explain the aesthetic and political choices of her cinema 400 and some of her works.

    A debate with the public will take place after the lecture-screening

    . For more than 20...
    . Women from here and elsewhere: they belong to different eras (18th century, 20th century) and places (France, Algeria, Vietnam), but what unites them is the courage to break away, to travel and to be exiled. During this conference-projection, Claire Angelini will look back at some of the characters in her films to explain the aesthetic and political choices of her cinema 400 and some of her works.

    A debate with the public will take place after the lecture-screening

    . For more than 20 years Claire Angelini, artist and filmmaker, has been pursuing a critical archaeology of places and memories through films, installations, photographs and drawings. She is the author of 6 feature films, the last of which, Au temps des autres, was made in the Morvan in partnership with ENSA and the MSH of Dijon, and of about fifteen short films presented in French and international festivals (including Cinéma du Réel, Berlinale, Viennale). Her drawing and installation work is presented in group and solo exhibitions in France and abroad. She has published 3 books. She lives in Paris and Munich.
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    • French
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  • On December 1, 2022 from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM