Mardi 12
Avril

2016

  • atelier
PointCulture - rue Royale 145 - 1000 Bruxelles
2pm > 4 pm - free entrance

Court-Bouillon #2.23 [laboratoire d’images et de rencontres]

To make a spicy COURT-BOUILLON, you need two main ingredients : a catalogue of short films and a melting pot of inquiring minds. Mix them all together in an intimate space, turn on the TV and bring to the boil while the first films start playing ; simmer until the participants are eager to share their opinions about what they’ve just seen. At this stage, feel free to add any salty point of view, aromatic criticism or crispy anecdote…

A workshop powered by 68 Septante and L’autre "lieu" in partnership with PointCulture Bruxelles.

COURT-BOUILLON is a weekly film-watching workshop.

Every Tuesday afternoon, films are picked from La Vidéothèque Nomade’s luxuriant catalogue of shorts, an opportunity for the participants to discover a variety of documentary, animated or experimental works by Belgian or international film artists.
As time goes by, voices start to be heard, relationships to develop and aesthetic choices to sharpen. Every three months, a public screening of the workshop’s favourite picks is organized, often in the presence of special guests.

The workshop is open to all.

les films diffusés :

avec le soutien de La Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, la Commission communautaire française et le Centre du Cinéma et de l'Audiovisuel


design : Pierre Lecrenier - développement : tacticasbl