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Motive

The regular screenings of Collectif Jeune Cinema seek to create moments of exchange and reflection on practices and the modes of representation of experimental and different cinema. Eclectic filmmaking of large amplitudes, structural cinema, engaged filmmaking, esthetic, philosophical and poetic issues, formal conflicts and militant, political and essential views, these are the main goals of our programs. What we want to show is the diversity of filmmaking constantly researching. From single-screen to expanded cinema, from film to digital, from monographs to films over 12 hours long, themes touching upon visual or with visual or carnal motives, real or fantastic geographical territories, from cartes blanches to new submissions by the members of our distribution cooperative : this explosion of forms and emergence at the heart of works of filmmakers, video and performance artists that we look forward to, with fun and enthusiasm, to offer to a general public through out the year at the cinema Grand Action (Paris 5th).

Laurence Rebouillon

[SCREENINGS OF THE COLLECTIF JEUNE CINEMA]


CJC | CONNECT ARCHIVES #4 : WAY TO DIGITAL

le 06/06/2019 à 20h00

Curated and introduced by Sebestyén Kodolányi. 

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The aim of the Connect Archives program series of Collectif Jeune Cinema in the Grand Action cinema is to generate a workshop and a network, for comparative curatorial approaches in contrast with the conventional national, an author based, retrospect like programming methods.

With the programmatic method we are hoping to warm up the interest on the content of the many hidden, and independently collections of experimental and progressive cinema.

Also, to bring together and develop an audience for the films out of the film historical interest more related to contemporary society and media-theoretical questions.

In this way, we would like to revitalize the special art contents in the frame of the creative aspects of our nowadays European challenges.

The curatorial program series is developing in synchrony with the Connect Archives Initiatives networked database project idea.

Connect Archives #1 : (sitefacebook)

Connect Archives #2 : (sitefacebook)

Connect Archives #3 : (sitefacebook)

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PROGRAMME N°4 : Way to Digital

Let's take evil into account. The age of humanism is over. In whatever comes next, not only our objects will become superfluous, but many of us, too.

We will become „gamers” in a virtual world – that seems to be the plan. Therefore it is a great responsibility to decide what to bring with us into this objectless world. And also, to decide what objects we make important for those who can still afford keeping anything.

FILMS

KI KOMP PA
réal. : Vinko Rozman,
Yougoslavie, 1971, 8 mm numérisé, 6 min
copie : Cinémathèque Slovène

RED LIGHT
réal. : Pierre Rovère
France, 1975, 16mm, 7 min
copie : Cinédoc Paris Films Coop

REMINISCENCE
réal. : Woody Vasulka
USA, 1974, vidéo, 5 min
copie : Cinédoc Paris Films Coop

THESE WORDS ARE THE DATA
réal. : Sandy Ressler
USA, 1980, Super 8, 13 min
copie : Collectif Jeune Cinéma

LA PETITE FILLE
réal. : Pascal Auger
France, 1978, 16mm, 9 min
copie : LIGHT CONE

TÀBOR (CAMP)
réal. : Sebestyén Kodolányi - Independent Theather Budapest Hongrie, 2014-2016, numérique, 25 min
copie : auteur

 

Sebestyén Kodolányi (b. 1970, Budapest), cineast, curator, archivator, filmprogramer. From 1998 to 2004, he was the director of the Béla Balázs Studio Foundation. From 2006 to 2016, he was founder and chief curator of the BBéla Balázs Studio Research Archive. Currently he is working as freelance independent filmmaker and curator. He is the initiator of the Connect Archives Initiation for developing networked communication, data-exchange, research and exhibition opportunities for European film archives and collections. Also, he is the developer of the Mnémé System digital asset management software.



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LES INFOS PRATIQUES

OÙ ?
Cinéma le Grand Action
5, rue des Écoles
75005 Paris
Station Cardinal Lemoine (métro 10, bus 47) et Jussieu (métro 7)

TARIFS ?
- 5€
- Cartes UGC / MK2 / CIP acceptées

Évènement Facebook

Programme :

  • These words are the data (1980)
    de Sandy Ressler
  • Date : 06/06/2019

    Lieu : Le Grand Action, 5, rue des Écoles, Paris 5e


    CJC | CONNECT ARCHIVES #3 : PERSONAL PROVINCES

    le 03/05/2019 à 20h00

    Curated and introduced by Sebestyén Kodolányi. Filmmaker Bernhard Marsch will be attending the screening.
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    The aim of the Connect Archives program series of Collectif Jeune Cinema in the Grand Action cinema is to generate a workshop and a network, for comparative curatorial approaches in contrast with the conventional national, an author based, retrospect like programming methods.

    With the programmatic method we are hoping to warm up the interest on the content of the many hidden, and independently collections of experimental and progressive cinema.

    Also, to bring together and develop an audience for the films out of the film historical interest more related to contemporary society and media-theoretical questions.

    In this way, we would like to revitalize the special art contents in the frame of the creative aspects of our nowadays European challenges.

    The curatorial program series is developing in synchrony with the Connect Archives Initiatives networked database project idea.


    Connect Archives #1 : (sitefacebook)
    Connect Archives #2 : (sitefacebook)

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    PROGRAMME N°3 : Provinces personnelles

    All of us are determined by our direct environment. The combination of that reality and our imagination create our personal provinces. This formulated world helps to escape and survive - and of course to express yourself.

    But none of this pseudo-realities can be interpreted out of the interacting world tendencies, and cultural influences.

    Acknowledgments : Bernhard Marsch, Stefano Miraglia, Fiona Lejosne, Catherine Peter

    - LES FILMS -

    BÉKÉSCSABÀN: ÖNZETLENÜL MÀSAKÉRT (SELFLESSLY FOR THE OTHERS IN BÉKÉSCSABA)
    réal. : Frigyes Gödrös, György Pintér
    Hongrie, 1973, 35mm numérisé, 7min
    copie numérique, sous-titrée en français : Connect Archives

    KO SEM MAJHEN BIL, SEM BIL ZDRAV, VESEL (WAS LITTLE, I WAS HEALTHY AND MERRY)
    réal. : Jože Pogačnik
    Yougoslavie, 1969, 35mm numérisé, 11min
    copie : Slovenian Film Archive

    ENGEL UND PUPPE
    réal. : Ellis Donda
    Italie, 1975, 16mm, 21min
    copie : Collectif Jeune Cinéma

    IZLAZAK (EXIT)
    réal. : Ivan Martinac
    Yougoslavie, 1978, 35mm, 19min
    copie : Alternatif Film Center

    WOHNHAFT (HOUSEBOUND)
    réal. : Bernhard Marsch
    Allemagne, 2001-2004, 35mm, 8min
    copie : auteur

     

    Sebestyén Kodolányi (b. 1970, Budapest), cineast, curator, archivator, filmprogramer. From 1998 to 2004, he was the director of the Béla Balázs Studio Foundation. From 2006 to 2016, he was founder and chief curator of the BBéla Balázs Studio Research Archive. Currently he is working as freelance independent filmmaker and curator. He is the initiator of the Connect Archives Initiation for developing networked communication, data-exchange, research and exhibition opportunities for European film archives and collections. Also, he is the developer of the Mnémé System digital asset management software.

     

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    LES INFOS PRATIQUES

    OÙ ?
    Cinéma le Grand Action
    5, rue des Écoles
    75005 Paris
    Station Cardinal Lemoine (métro 10, bus 47) et Jussieu (métro 7)

    TARIFS ?
    - 5€
    - Cartes UGC / MK2 / CIP acceptées

    Évènement Facebook

    Programme :

  • Engel und Puppe (1975)
    de Ellis Donda
  • Date : 03/05/2019

    Lieu : Le Grand Action, 5, rue des Écoles, Paris 5e

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