Guest program by Federico Rossin
"The face has a great future, but only if it is destroyed, dismantled."
Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia, 2
Faces that have no more meaning, nor function... ripped out of sociality, disfigured. Faces whose traits are displaced and condensed by the oneiric machine of cinema, freeing them from the prison of individuality, toward the drive, toward the corroding light that erases them. Face-matter invested with our desires, beyond any figurative fact. Faces that burn.
Film critic and freelance programmer, Federico Rossin works on a regular basis with the festivals of Lussas, DocLisboa, Cinéma du réel, Filmmaker of Milan, etc.
by Martine ROUSSET
1995 / 16mm / couleur / sonore / 20' 00
VOLTO SORPRESO AL BUIO
by Paolo GIOLI
1995 / 16mm / n&b / silencieux / 8' 00
by Stephen BROOMER
2014 / 16mm / n&b / silencieux / 15' 31
by Paul SHARITS
1982 / 16mm / couleur / sonore / 24' 00
Studio des Ursulines
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