Three short films by Erik Bullot with a booklet.
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Three short films: "Le Calcul du Sujet", "Oh Oh Oh!" and "La belle étoile".
Filmmaker photographer, essayist, visual artist and film writer, Erik Bullot creates playful and poetic films. Included on this DVD, an essay about imaginary languages, and the silent trilogy of his "journal filmé" started from the birth of his son (Jeux de langage ou jeux d’enfant, art polyphonique ou enfance de l’art).
Glossolalia digital video - 26min - 2005 Presented in November 2005 at the IRAM 02. Glossolalie is a filmed letter seeking an absent viewer. He lists so mischievous and paradoxical, language differences. To open the door to mediums, to talk backwards, to sing lullabies, to listen to radio stations of the world, to talk in several different languages, to solve a riddle, to manipulate a machine to count, to translate his own words into sign language, to write calligraphy, to sing in Esperanto, to pray in distinct languages, to improvise imaginary twittering, to ignore the ABCs are some of the actions covered in this curious encyclopedia.
This DVD comes with a 24-page booklet including a text by Émeric Lastens, "Lier le geste à la parole," an interview with Erik Bullot and the script of the film "Glossolalie."
65 minutes. PAL. Zone 2. French.
GLOSSOLALIE, video, 26 min, 2005. LE CALCUL DU SUJET, 16 mm color, 10 min, 2000, OH OH OH !, 16 mm color, 15 min, 2002 LA BELLE ÉTOILE, 16 mm color, 14 min, 2004
Edited by Capricci, Vertigo and Circuit court.
|Format||DVD PAL Zone 2|
|Publisher||Circuit Court, Capricci|
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