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The Ensorcery of James Ensor

Arnaud de Mezamat, Nora Philippe
France, Belgium, 2010

Tënk's film review

Here we are put under the spell of James Ensor’s voice, taking us right up close to the very core of his paintings. No commentary or illustration. Just a range of keyboard instruments that meld in interplay with the touches of paint, and let the colours and farce speak out.

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Arnaud de Mezamat

Arnaud de Mezamat est engagé dans le cinéma documentaire comme réalisateur, comme producteur et à divers titres dans l’intérêt collectif du genre. Depuis plus de vingt ans, il développe, un travail d’auteur – réalisateur dont les thématiques se concentrent vers les arts (arts plastiques, spectacle vivant, littérature), la parole (psychanalyse, témoignage), les questions sociales.

Nora Philippe

Born in 1982, Nora Philippe makes documentaries on cultural and artistic topics, and produces creative documentaries and feature films with the company Les Films de l’Air. As well as being an author and video-maker, she teaches film direction and production at several universities and art schools (Sciences-Po Paris, Arts-Décoratifs, Beaux-Arts de Cergy). She made her first film for cinema, “Pôle emploi, ne quittez pas !” in 2013.

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