FotoForum hos Fotografisk Center: Stéphane Gérard SCREENING + Q&A

Fotografisk Center (Bygning 55, Staldgade 16) afholder årets sidste FotoForum i forbindelse med udstillingen “Rewriting Histories”. Denne gang inviterer vi d. 9. december kl. 17 til SCREENING af “History Doesn’t Have to Repeat Itself” og Q&A med instruktøren Stéphane Gérard.
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Fotografisk Center invite you all to this year’s last FotoForum in connection with our exhibition “Rewriting Histories” on December the 9th at 17. We will have a SCREENING of the film “History Doesn’t Have to Repeat Itself” and Q&A (in English) will be held with director Stéphane Gérard.
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FILM: “History Doesn’t Have to Repeat Itself ” by Stéphane Gérard (2014). 84, min, HD Video, English, French Subtitles The Stonewall riots of 1969, an iconic moment in gay liberation, took place in New York City. In 2012, forty-three years later, History doesn’t have to repeat itself is an attempt to find the community born from these riots and how the wide project of transformation that inspired this movement is being continued and transmitted. Seven conversations about the politics of sexual minorities and the fight against the AIDS epidemic are combined in order to present their various perspectives, experiments and ideals. Their projects include archiving, video, activism and the creation of community spaces. They share a deep desire for justice which travels across decades: they have learned the lessons of the past and look now towards the future, craving utopia.
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Pris: 40 kr inkl. et glas vin. Gratis entre for medlemmer af Fotografisk Center, DJ:Fotograferne, kunst/filmstuderende samt akkrediterede tilCPH:DOX.
Tilmelding: info@nullphotography.dk eller 3393 0996
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BIO: Born in 1987, lives and works in Paris, France.Fascinated by cinematography, he started his film studies at Ciné Sup’ in Nantes.Then he moved to Paris and studied film history and audiovisual archives at LaSorbonne and Université de Marne-la-Vallée. He writes his master thesis Political Analysis of Film Representations of Aids under the direction of renowed Frenchcritic Nicole Brenez. His first video experimentations focuse on misuse ofprevailing images and audiovisual archives. Later, interested in documentaryforms, he directs Stéphane et le brouillon formidable (Stéphane and the perfect draft), the reconstitution of the genesis of a fiction film through its archives. Whilemaking more films and videos, he also works occasionally for the curator labelLowave or the Pompidou Centre’s annual documentary film festival, Cinéma du Réel ; is active in political groups and takes part to a scientific research groupabout cinema, theatre and emancipation.

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