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Our stops in 2020

Our stops in 2020

March 20 to 23, Tunisia: Les Instants vidéo support the Mawjoudin Queer Film Festival of Tunis: postponed (covid19)

with a screening-encounter on the film Un chant d’amour (A love song)(25’ – 1950) / Jean Genet (France).

Monday, January 27: Cinematographic insights on the Popular Ephemeral Galleries

We welcome in ADPEI (18 bd Camille Flammarion Marseille 1er) students from the Master Documentary writings with two films they made with delicacy and a critical spirit, on the popular galleries which welcome art works every year in the frame and for the duration of the Festival Les Instants Vidéo

Reliefs numériques (6’52 – 2019) / Maya Perusin Mysorekar, Arthur Thomas & Antonin Erat
Jeu de Cases (6’23 – 2019) / Manuela Rössler, Hugo Debrie & Mikaela Popovic

Friday, January 17: Popular ephemeral galleries : Free images! 
A radio programme with Radio Galère 88.4.

A Marseille en 2019, two social organisations, ADPEI and SARA Logisol, and Le Ryad Boutique Hotel, took the challenge of becoming spaces of exhibition during the 32nd Festival Les Instants Vidéo, like it was in the exhibition space of La Friche la Belle de Mai . This program looked at this experience altogether artistic and of encounters, through the prism of cultural and poetical rights, and with the the artists who presented a work, users and professionals from these galleries, a teacher and a student (Master Documentaries writing) who explore these spaces with cinema tools, and the Instants Vidéo team. 
– What sense for video / digital arts in spaces not dedicated to them?
– What are their impact on these visitor spaces and their inhabitants?
– What are the roles of stakeholders of the project?
These are some of the numerous issues that were raised during our radio panel discussion.

Tuesday, January 7, Lyon (MJC de la Duchère) : An encounter on the film « Nefta Histoires d’une jeunesse isolée ».

An invitation by the association Arcenciel France, member the network Euromed France (REF), to participate to the panel discussion following the film, made in the frame of Franco-Tunisian cooperation project on the theme of local development and youth in the Southern Tunisia.

Picture : Histoire(s) du cinéma / Jean-Luc Godard (1988)

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