WORKSHOPS

PROGRAMMING WORKSHOPS

 

Programming Workshops invite groups to become, for a moment, programmers of a screening.

Participants will:

  • Discover, with a cinema professional, a panel of short films and raise its issues.
  • Build with the group, a program of short films which will then be presented at a public screening.

PRACTICAL INFORMATIONS

  • Audience: maximum 20 persons (recommended) – All audiences from 8+
  • Duration: minimum 6 hours (in 1 or 2 sessions) up to several days
  • Supervision: counselor from L’Agence du court métrage who also works in the film industry
  • Location: at L’Agence du court métrage or nearby
  • Fee: quotes available

HOW IT WORKS

Our workshops are generally built around a theme. The list of screened films is determined beforehand and according to the theme and age group, among the 12,000 films available in our collection.

Not only does this playlist allow exploring a theme and the way it’s perceived in the collective imagination, but it also compares writings, filmmaking choices, thus offering the possibility to explore some of the issues raised by cinematographic creation.

The programming work comes through in a second step, when workshop participants organize a screening in a movie theater.

THEMATIC TRAILS

With this workshop, participants accompanied by a counselor will embark on a thematic trail through 4 or 5 films and:

  • Discover short films in all their diversity
  • Create a place of communication and dialogue around the way films are perceived and can be compared
  • Explore a theme or a genre by mixing approaches and views. Ex: documentary, city, encounter etc.

PRACTICAL INFORMATIONS

  • Themes: defined together
  • Audience: Maximum 30 persons (recommended) – All audiences from 6+
  • Duration: 2 or 3 hours
  • Supervision: a counselor from L’Agence du court métrage
  • Location: at L’Agence du court métrage or nearby
  • Fee: quotes available

HOW IT WORKS

The film screening is accompanied by an introduction to short films and the chosen theme as well as a debate engaging participants.

This workshop is ideal prior to a filmmaking workshop or within the framework of a multidisciplinary art project.

THE LITTLE FILMMAKER WORKSHOP WITH THE MASHUP TABLE

The Little Filmmaker workshop aims at discovering and testing the tools used by directors when playing with spectators’ emotions, thanks to a film screening and a workshop on an innovative tool : The Mashup Table.

PRACTICAL INFORMATIONS

  • Audience: maximum 20 persons – All audiences from 8+
  • Half-group activities: half the group watches the films in the Jacques Tati screening room while the other half does the Mashup workshop and vice versa.
  • Duration: half a day
  • Location: at L’Agence du court métrage
  • Supervision: counselor from L’Agence du court métrage
  • Fees: quotes available

HOW IT WORKS

It unfolds in two steps:

  • Discovering a short film program in a screening room and debating with a counselor
  • An introduction to editing, using a film from the program, thanks to a digital playful and collaborative tool: the MashUp Table.

The Mashup table stimulates an intuitive practice of editing while manipulating image and sound interactive cards. It offers the possibility to endlessly dismantle and rebuild films.




Photos : Molii, by Hakim Zouhani, Yassine Qnia, Carine May and Mourad Boudaoud / En Rachâchant, by Jean Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet / Matilda, by Irene Iborra, Eduard Puertas Anfruns / Beach Flags, by Sarah Saidan / Le Saint Festin, by Anne-Laure Daffis, Léo Marchand