Marion mysteriously appears in a clearing populated by marauding wolves. Attracted by the melody of a cello, a strange dream brings her to the heart of a wonderful forest. But as she tries to get closer to the cello, their bodies gradually cover themselves with a strange bark-colored skin.
Choreographed, directed and shot from disability perspectives, this dance-on-video short contrasts the playful connections when disability aesthetics, community and a ramp meet the institutional histories and discordant inclinations that can lurk just below the surface. News & Reviews “I Dance Because I Can written by Alice Sheppard” The New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/27/opinion/disabi
This short film is an adaption of the performance Animale (choreography by Lisie Philip, music by Laurent Tamagno). It was produced for an event in the MAMAC (the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Nice) called “la Nuit des Musées” in 2017. I perceived the show as a celebration of the vitality of the… Continue reading Short Film: ANIMAL, 7min., France, Dance
Are we prisoners? Between light and dark, between destruction and beauty, between wild and thinking, monster and human? “The She in me” is a experimental idea thought by Alexandra Moulié (Make up Fx) and Mikaël Vecchio (writer, director and editor).
Imagine a place where landscapes and feelings make you want to discover yourself, explore your surroundings, a place where you wish to reveal your inner self, leave the world behind and where you could live according to your true nature . With their energy and their grace, dancers express this urge to imagine a different… Continue reading Short Film: FEEL REBORN HERE, 2min., France, Dance
PASSAGE is an artistic movie that tells the story of two young individuals who uploads their mind into virtual worlds, and try to find one another. Being the first short movie to be entirely shot in mixed reality, PASSAGE also try to raise some questions about the relevance of our growing addiction to virtual worlds.… Continue reading Short Film: PASSAGE, 6min., France, Experimental
A dance floor as a giant canvas and my own body as a paintbrush. With this project, I wanted to explore transdisciplinarity in art, by making a parallel between dance and calligraphy. In both domains, the movement is the most important. To draw a beautiful letter, the calligrapher must have a perfect hand gestural. More… Continue reading Dance Film: MOVEMENT NEVER LIES, 3min., France, Dance
POSITIVE is a film and photo series starring three people with special skin conditions. Putting a spotlight on albinism and vitiligo through negative editing , the project aims to raise awareness of these skin conditions and the multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination those with albinism and vitiligo face. By allowing the negative to empower… Continue reading Short Film: POSITIVE, 2min., France, Experimental
The cinematic video is capturing a teenage girl’s worst nightmare through adolescent angst, bathed in underlying sexual tension, and depicts the inevitable end of youth and purity. Project Links Website News & Reviews “KCPK: THE END” NOWNESS https://www.nowness.com/story/kcpk-the-end “Director Loïc Andrieu on Evoking Adolescent Angst for KCPK’s “The End”” STUDIODAILY http://www.studiodaily.com/2017/10/director-loic-andrieu-evoking-adolescent-angst-kcpks-end/ “BETC Execs Release New… Continue reading Music Video: KCPK – THE END, 6min., France, Music Video
Music Vidéo generated using Artificial Intelligence. Project Links Website Facebook Twitter Project Title (Original Language): Jean-Pierre Film Type: Music Video Runtime: 5 minutes 18 seconds Completion Date: February 21, 2018 Production Budget: 4,000 USD Country of Origin: France Country of Filming: France Shooting Format: HD Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Film Color: Color