Loading Events
  • This event has passed.

Apr 8, 2013 at 8:30 pm – Apr 25, 2013 at 11:00 pm

We are Winning, Don’t Forget: Jean-Gabriel Périot at the MoMA & North American Tour

With Jean-Gabriel Périot

Jean-Gabriel Périot, born in France in 1974, has over the past fifteen years perfected an innovative filmmaking approach by focusing on archival editing. Moving image and photographic archives make up the raw material of his shorts, which are edited to create an impressionistic story or narrative, typically aided by compelling soundtracks.  Périot’s work is distinguished for its intense, emotional approach to contemporary and historic political themes.

Despite the labor intensive process of compiling a film via multiple edited images, Périot has made numerous short films using digital video and/or film that reside within combined documentary/essay, animation, and experimental genres.  His works have been honored with many prizes and shown worldwide in numerous festivals, institutions, and cinemas.

– Sally Berger, Department of Film, MoMA

Périot’s first travel to the US begins at the Museum of Modern Art on April 8 as part of Modern Mondays, organized for the Museum by Sally Berger, Assistant Curator, The Department of Film, MoMA.

This national tour We Are Winning, Don’t Forget, is organized by Amélie Garin-Davet and Steve Holmgren, and is presented with support from UnionDocsThe Cultural Services of the French Embassy, Cine2000/French American Cultural Exchange and the Museum of Modern Art.

Special Thanks to VTape, film Re-distribution, Heure Exquise, Light Cone, Envie de Tempête, Local Films and Sacrebleu Production. 

FULL TOUR SCHEDULE: 

4.8 New York City | MoMA

4.10 Philadelphia | International House

4.12 Boston | Harvard University (The Film Study Center)

4.13 Atlanta | {Poem 88} w/ FILM LOVE

4.14 Oberlin | Oberlin College

4.15 New Orleans | Antenna Gallery (Press Street) w/New Orleans Film Society

4.17 Austin | Austin Film Society Screening Room

 

4.18 Los Angeles | Echo Park Film Center

4.19 San Francisco | Artists’ Television Access 

4.21 Seattle | Northwest Film Forum

 

4.22&23 Portland | Yale Union w/ Cinema Project

 

4.24 Chicago | Columbia College w/ Chicago Filmmakers

 

4.25 Montréal | PHI Centre 

Details

Start
Apr 8, 2013 at 8:30 pm
End
Apr 25, 2013 at 11:00 pm
Program:

UnionDocs is grateful for support from:

Collaborative Studio

Based in one of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, CoLAB offers a platform for exploring contemporary approaches to the documentary arts and a process for developing an innovative collaborative project.

UnionDocs GIF-downsized_large

Work with UnionDocs

We’re hiring! Positions open for Director of Development, Grants
& Finance Manager, and Line Producer for our Carceral Screens & The Abolitionist Imagination Collaborative Studio.

When and why has story become today’s pre-eminent mode for documentary and what gets lost when storied structures prevail? Dive into our latest Volume of World Records, BEYOND STORY, co-edited by Alexandra Juhasz and Alisa Lebow.

Plus World Records is now in PRINT. Grab your very own copies of our back-catalogue, or PRE-ORDER Volume 5.