A film by Serge Bard with a Bonus short film
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“Fun and Games (for Everyone): a pitch black and milky white film shot during one of Olivier Mosset’s exhibition openings. A psychedelic game of impro- visation joins the Zanzibar group with Salvador Dalí, Barbet Schroeder and Jean Mascolo... the solarized image reminiscent of thick strokes of a paintbrush.”
“Bard, in this second film, again leaves the field open to an incessant coming and going of Parisians at- tending the opening of the minimalist painter Olivier Mosset and whose exhibition consisted of 10 paint- ings, all alike: white with black circles painted in their center. It’s the revolution criticizing art and painting... and Serge criticizing cinema!”
“(On Fun and Games) Light can become volumeless graphic expression and dehumanize the actors until their faces are «absorbed» erasing all detail and creating an attractive environment.”
“I had nothing to do with the film, it just was filmed at my exhibition.”
Contains a 16 page booklet with text by Serge Bard and text by Jackie Raynal.
"Fun and Games for Everyone"
France / 1968 / 54min / 35mm / B&W / sound
BONUS "Un Film Porn" de Olivier Mosset
France / 1968 / 3'30" / 8 mm / color / silent
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