France | 2017 | 9 min
English, French, Spanish | Subtitles in French
Costume: Laurence Chalou, Jean Malo
Sound mixing: Hadrien Bayard
Editing: Cyril Curchod
Music: Claudio Scimone
Production: Bachibouzouk, France Télévisions, Cie Oïbo, Black Euphoria
Choreography: Philippe Decouflé


Presented in partnership with FIG55 Productions and Rakoon studio

North American Premiere

Five men and women venture into a strange place that will play tricks on them. Transformations take place, and the characters are no longer quite human, nor quite dancers, as they split and oscillate with nonchalance and sadness to Vivaldi’s music. A combination of perspectives and kaleidoscopic effects, this short film created in 360 video revisits the landscapes that punctuate the imagination of Philippe Decouflé, from 1950s cinema to Alwin Nikolais' choreographies.


Bruno Masi

Bruno Masi is a writer and director. He began in 1998 as a journalist with the culture department of the daily Libération. In 2011, he co-directed the web documentary La Zone – Retour à Tchernobyl which won the RFI-France 24 Award, and the Innovation Award at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Montreal. In 2014, he designed the 1914 Latest News program, which won the FIPA d'Or at the International Festival of Audiovisual Programs in Biarritz. In 2016, he directed the interactive device Radioactivity for ARTE, which was made for the 30 years of the Chernobyl's accident.
Filmography | Radioactivity (2016) ; 14 Dernières nouvelles (2014) ; La Zone Retour à Tchernobyl (2011).

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