25 Nov 2015
7:30 - 9:30pm
Pay on arrival.
The screening is followed by drinks.
Ticket allows free entry to the museum for one month after the event.
Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature
62 rue des Archives
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A night projection of 2 films, from Charlène Dinhut and Benoît Hické.
Part 1: "FILM, CLAIMED"
Réal. Ana Vaz and Tristan Bera (2015, 19'36)
With the directors.
The film offers a rereading of the ecological crisis through a remixing and re-appropriation of movies. "A historical remix. A lyrical piracy."
Part 2: "THE JUNGLE PLATE"
Réal. Johan Van der Keuken (Netherlands, 1978, 90 ', VOSTF)
The Wadden Sea ("Sea Wetlands") is a coastal area of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark. It is one of the richest in Europe biosphere reserves. With a dissonant jazz background, Johan Van der Keuken the film "flat jungle", its hazy sky, its fauna and flora, and the abundance of nature that opposes the overwhelming dullness of standardization in progress. It also shows the inhabitants of this region, whose life has been undermined by economic, technical and industrial developments and have to cope with these changes. Ecological fighting history, strata, and review the film today is needed to better understand (to better embrace?) the ecological crisis we face today.