Carte blanche Collectif Jeune Cinéma//Chéries-Chéris 2019
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|Collectif Jeune Cinéma, Coming Out, Festival Chéries-Chéris - Paris|
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The Collectif Jeune Cinéma, created in 1971, is a distribution and dissemination structure for the experimental practices of the image and the film. In parallel with its distribution activity, the CJC organizes each year the Festival of Different and Experimental Cinemas in Paris, and organizes monthly regular sessions at the cinema Le Grand Action (Paris 5e). In addition, since 2014, the CJC has sought to expand its catalog by inviting intersex, lesbian, gay, trans, queer and bisexual artists and filmmakers to send them films each year through its What's Your Flavor, which sign for the CJC this programming. In order to underline the importance of the work done by such an institution, it is only natural that Chéries-Chéris pay tribute to it through this carte blanche with very rich programming. This recalls the importance of promoting productions with alternative narrative forms, which open the field of possibilities to the cinema, and reflects the diversity of films received by the collective, the inventiveness of contemporary LGBTIQ filmmakers.
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The viewer is drawn into a strange journey through images shot at night in the clubs and streets of several North American cities.
Canada. 2017. 7'30.
NIOLAM JA SE KOCHANECZKE
An exploration of the links between history, national values and power structures in the light of the traditions of Eastern Europe, where a queer utopia is slowly unfolding.
Poland. 2016. 10'12.
FACING FACE IN THE NIGHT
Every day, millions of people connect to camchat sites. These moving images are lost in the immensity of the internet where human nature reigns.
France. 2019. 7'10.
Villanelle is a nuanced, factual and poetic film detailing the intergenerational impacts of the AIDS epidemic on black gay men in New York City since the 1970s.
United States. 2014. 15 '.
DeShawn is trapped in a chaotic, urban fairy tale. Mired by boredom, precariousness and HIV, he is haunted by the ghosts of his 100 "ex".
United States. 2017. 8 '.
TELL ME WHEN YOU DIE
Amber Bemak and Nadia Granados
An exploration of the nuances between physical limits and freedom, in the political and corporal contexts. The gendered interactions are described in a satirical way.
USA / Mexico. 2015. 12 '.
"I broke my hand last summer." From this flow the memories of a tender chance, a killer pain and a fiberglass plaster.
Canada. 2018. 6 '.
Sunday 17 Nov. 13h20 >> MK2 Beaubourg
In the presence of Katarzyna Perlak
ATTENTION: This Facebook event does not constitute an invitation. Tickets can be purchased on site or by internet on the mk2 website (normal session rates - unlimited UGC card accepted).