This film dives into a cinematographic odyssey. In approximately 60 minutes, Luc Jabon shares with us the world of his former screenwriting student at the Institut des arts de diffusion, in Belgium. It’s the story of a man retelling the story of man. Joachim constantly seeks to understand humanity, through its weaknesses, its violence, and its fragility, but also through its desire to rally and pacify. To plunge into Joachim Lafosse’s filmography, which represents 7 fiction films shot over 15 years, is to see him at work filming and editing his pieces. It also shows the limits with which the ever-burgeoning filmmaker must deal.
|Cinematography||Joaquim Philippe, Géraud Vandendriessche|
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Born in Brussels, Luc Jabon writes screenplays for over 30 years. He co-writes numerous Belgian films and TV films. He adapted Nabokov’s Lolita for the stage with the help of Dominique Serron. Screenplay teacher at the Institut des arts de diffusion, Jabon also published Scénario et réalisation, modes d’emploi, co-writed with Frédéric Sojcher.
Les survivants (2016) ; L’âge de raison, le cinéma des frères Dardenne (2013).