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La Vidéothèque Nomade

- A very eclectic short film collection from Belgium and abroad
- Different modes of screening : screenings, shows, séances à la carte (on demand), workshops
- A nomadic project for all audience

THE TRAILER including about 50 excerpts of our collection
THE STORY about various activities offer by La Vidéothèque Nomade, signed by Jose Huedo

La Vidéothèque Nomade is an eclectic collection of atypical short films from all over the world, with genres covering animation, artists’ films, dance, documentary, experimental, fiction, music video and video art.

Since 2008, the catalogue has been offering a wide selection of unconventional works that place emphasis on sound, narrative and/or visual experimentations.

It comprises a series of collaborative short films created in workshops, self-produced & DIY films, as well as the works of more established directors.

You can discover this collection by attending one of our activities.

The project allows an encounter between works, artists and audiences – creating dialogue and exchange around the ‘film object’. It is aimed at adult and young audiences with specific activities designed for the latter.

As a nomadice project, screenings are organised in a variety of venues (libraries, cafés, cinemas, art and community centres, galleries, bookshops, etc.).

La Vidéothèque Nomade is an open invitation to travel across amazing and singular short films world.

To discover more about dates of next rendez-vous of La Vidéothèque Nomade, check the agenda part of the site or our FB page.
To prepare your session, check the databases Films or Artists.

Directors, students, artists, collectives… If you would like your film to feature in our catalogue, you can send them to us through a weblink, a data or using mail at the following adress : 68 Septante asbl - rue Émile Féron 106 - 1060 Saint-Gilles - Belgium

- TO HOST La Vidéothèque Nomade, contact us : info (at) !

Since 2008, La Vidéothèque Nomade is supported by la Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles.
Since 2017, some of the activities of La Vidéothèque Nomade are also supported by la Commission communautaire française.

Marche (La)

19’45 • 2015 • vo français, néerlandais • st anglais, français • Belgique, France • documentaire, fiction

In a landscape of white skies and industries, a young man and his dog walk through the lands.

screenplay and editing : Sophie Sherman
photography : Jonathan Rubin and Sophier Sherman
sound : Pierre George, Anton Vodenitcharov and Olivier De Nesle
sound editing : Loïc Le Foll
sound mixing : Cyril Lauwerier
film lab : Color by Dejonghe
production and distribution : Groupe de Recherches et d’essais Cinématographiques - G.R.E.C., co-funded by Pictanovo, Fonds d’aide à la création associative.
with the support au Le Fresnoy and of Encelade

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- screenings within the framework of La Vidéothèque Nomade