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FRANCE | 5 minutes | 2015

ALMALIZA is a video-photographic project which was born out of the meeting of minds between a videographer, Mademoiselle L, and a photographer, Hipstoresk.
Their favorite theme, "deformation and metamorphosis of body," took shape in "moving images" and photos during two sessions in the studio of the photographer (day#1-Alma and day#2-Liza).
Both artists didn't consult with each other during the shooting and discovered their work after their own and respective editing.
A third person entered the scene, the musician, Scottis. He was able to put the finishing touch to these series of "scenes in motion".
Alma turns into Liza, Liza turns into Alma unknowingly, such as ML into Hipstoresk and vice versa.
He said:
Alma, horizontally.
Liza, vertically.
Two lines and two women uniting in dotted lines

Programs

Friday October 9, 2015

Program #53
21:00
Pavillon Judith-Jasmin annexe (Salle Jean-Claude Lauzon)

As part of PROGRAMME COMPÉTITION INTERNATIONALE 3

Thursday October 15, 2015

Program #229
19:15
Pavillon Judith-Jasmin annexe (Salle Jean-Claude Lauzon)

As part of PROGRAMME COMPÉTITION INTERNATIONALE 3

Mademoiselle L

No biography

Diatomée, 6 min, color, 4/3 DV. 2005. France.
Experimental, spoken words. Original score.
2nd edition of the festival ART TRONIC II in Montpellier on May 24th/25th 2004.
A screening in a private art gallery in Paris, Dec. 2005.
At Le Cerisier gallery during a retrospective of ML’s audiovisual works. November 2010.

Claire Obscure, 5 min, color, 4/3 DV. 2009. France.
Experimental. Original score by Omewenne, Amodali.
Le Festival Tous Courts in Aix-en-Provence for «Dance of the Bodies» experimental program on Dec. 2nd & 4th 2009.
In competition at the 38th Festival Du Nouveau Cinéma in Montreal (Canada) in Oct. 2009.
Selection at Singapore International Film festival.
1st edition of Le Festiquarius Sleeman in Sherbrooke (Québec, Canada) in May 2010.
At Le Cerisier gallery during a retrospective of ML’s audiovisual works, November 2010.
Screened at Atelier Combes&Renaud in Paris in Nov. 19th and 20th, 2010.
Screened at «Mindscapes» festival in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) in October 2011.

Malojá, 6 min, color, 4/3 DV. 2010. France.
Experimental. Original score by Steven Severin (Siouxsie & the banshees, The Glove).
Invited at 39th edition of Le Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal.
Screened on Dec. 3rd 2010 at LATE AT TATE in London as an opening to STEVEN SEVERIN’s performance.
Selected for screening at the seventh European Short Film Festival at MIT, n April 2011.
Screened at «In The Box» at the QL2 Theatre in Canberra (Australia) on May 8, 2011.
Selected for the 2012 London Independent Film Festival.
Whilst premiering ‘Malojá’, the parisian Cerisier gallery have presented a retrospective of ML’s audiovisual works in Nov. 2010.

Dérapage, a loss of control, 2 min, color, 4/3 DV. 2011. France.
Experimental.

Slowed, 10min, b&w, HD 1080p, 2012. France and Spain.
Experimental. Original score by Pieter Nooten.
Official music video of the track ‘Slowed’ from the new album ‘Haven’ by Pieter Nooten («The musical work of Pieter Nooten
traces back to his beginnings in the pioneering and innovative band Clan of Xymox (4AD records) and has continued throughout
the years both in solo and collaborative work with artists like Michael Brook and Brian Eno.»).

Fire Temple / Fragments - Journal - Drones, 9min00, b&w, HD 1080p, 2014. France.
Experimental. Original score by Fire Temple.
Official music videos. Three tracks taken from the album ‘Amytis Dawning’, written and performed by Christine Hanson and Don Tyler.

Candice, 9min25sec, b&w/color, HD 1080p. 2014. France and Iceland.
Experimental, spoken words. Original score by Steven Severin and Julia Kent.
Screened in Paris on Friday 6 Feb. 2015 at Festival Air d’Islande 2015.
Screened at the festival Papay Gyro Nights 2015 in Papa Westray, Orkney (Scotland) in February and also in Hong Kong (China) in March.

distribution and credits

  • Camera Mademoiselle L
  • Decors Laurent Moulager
  • Music Jean-Christophe Scottis
  • Editing Mademoiselle L
  • Author Mademoiselle L
  • Distributor Natalie Saccu De Franchi
  • Participation Laurent Moulager
  • Narration François Ducarn
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