‘HISTOIRE D'UN REGARD - Mariana Otero’
Closing night BAFF
This event can not take place due to the latest restrictions regarding COVID-19. If you have already purchased a ticket for the event, you can find all necessary information here.
Gilles Caron started taking photographs at the age of 24: the Six-Day War, May '68, the wars in Vietnam and Biafra. He disappeared in 1970. Since then, his photos have travelled all over the world. Mariana Otero traces the footprints of one of France’s greatest photographers: these footprints turned out to be more than 100,000 photos. The filmmaker rummaged through the archive, analysing and combining trajectories in space and time. She tries to understand why one photo was published and another wasn’t - what is hidden in those photos which remained negatives? Histoire d'un regard resembles a police investigation. It is a fascinating adventure that teaches us something about photography as a means of registering your body within a moment, of intensifying your view, of thinking about a situation. At the same time, the film lets us experience what it means to look at a photo: capturing and embracing a view.
Sunday 15 November, 19:00 → 21:00cancelled
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
- English French
- Subtitles: French