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L'oeil, le pinceau et le cinématographe, naissance d'un art

L’oeil, le pinceau et le cinématographe, naissance d’un art

Stefan Cornic

France | 2021 | 52 min
French, English |
Subtitles: French
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December 28, 1895, has always been told as a revolutionary date: that of the invention of cinema. However, a cinematographic eye” already existed before the arrival of the Lumière brothers’ Cinématographe. It awakened, progressively, to give birth to the spectator that we are today, at the turn of the 20th century in Paris. Between the advent of the modern city, exchanges between painting, photography and animated images, the film proposes to relive the birth of the modern eye.
Also presented:
40th International Festival of Films on Art, Canada (2022)
Director Stefan Cornic
Production Jean-Marie Nizan
Production Manager Marie De Labarre
Editing Adrien Guilloteau
Voice Vimala Pons
Sound Benoît Héry
Graphic Creation Thomas Bordier
Music Laetitia Pansanel-Garric

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Stefan Cornic

Stefan Cornic

Available in French only

Trained as an Art historian, Stefan Cornic is a documentary director. After having worked for several years as a cultural journalist for magazines and TV (Le Journal des Arts, Entrée Libre on France 5 channel), he now contributes to various Arte channel programs and directs portraits of artists, films on Paris with contemporary writers (Pavillon de l’Arsenal) and documentaries including Jim Jarmusch, poems on film (Ciné +, 2018) and The Cinematographe : Birth of an Art (Arte, 2021).

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Paysages invisibles (2021)
Les relations (sentimentales) des formes (2019)
Jim Jarmusch, poèmes sur pellicule (2018)

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