april 2024 may 2024 june 2024 july 2024 august 2024 september 2024 november 2024
Atelier 105, en résidence / March 12, 2024


For the past thirty years, Philip has been single-handedly restoring a 17th-century water mill and the adjoining irrigation system on the wild banks of a Cévennes river. Every summer, his work is destroyed by rainstorms. This year, Tristan has come to help. Following the water's path, they work together, pausing, resting, sharing moments of calm.

Born in 1991, Pauline Rigal makes films that explore both the physical properties of filmic motion and visions related to the earth's mineral qualities and nature as the birthplace of images. Between a certain documentary lyricism blending landscapes and time through the medium of photochemical film, and fable-like narratives, Pauline Rigal's films sculpt luminous imprints. In 2018, she co-founded the cinema magazine Les Saisons, which is dedicated to film writing practices. She has published writings by Tacita Dean, Robert Gardner, Lav Diaz, Sharon Lockhart, Deborah Stratman, Helga Fanderl, and many others. In 2023, she directed Mills of Time, produced by Gaëlle Jones, Perspective Films.


address Atelier 105
157 rue de Crimée
75019 Paris
tel 01 46 59 01 53
email atelier105@lightcone.org