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We Are Winning, Don't Forget. Short works by award-winning filmmaker Jean-Gabriel Périot
Artists' Television Access
San Francisco, CA
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We Are Winning, Don't Forget. Short works by award-winning filmmaker Jean-Gabriel Périot
Friday, April 19, 2013, 8:00 pm
We Are Winning, Don't Forget: Short works by Jean-Gabriel Périot


Filmmaker Jean-Gabriel Périot in person.

Over the past fifteen years award-winning filmmaker Jean-Gabriel Périot has perfected an innovative style focused on reinterpreting archival materials. Moving images and photographs make up the raw material of his short films, which are then edited to create an impressionistic story or narrative. His compelling choice of soundtracks adds provocative depth and tone. Periot's work is distinguished for its intense, emotional approach to contemporary and historic political themes.  

Despite the labor intensive process of compiling a film via multiple edited images, Périot has made numerous shorts using digital video and/or film that reside within combined documentary/essay, animation, and experimental genres. His works have been honored with many awards and shown worldwide in numerous festivals, institutions, and cinemas.

Périot's first U.S. tour begins in New York, at the Museum of Modern Art.

The program contains 9 short films and runs 83 min total:

Nijuman no borei  (200000 Phantoms)   (2007, 10min)
Hiroshima, 1914-2006.

The Devil   (2012, 7min)
"You don't know what we are." A visual history of the American Civil
Rights Movement.

Undo  (2005,10min)
Today's been sad. Tomorrow won't get any better. Let's un-do it all over again.

We Are Winning, Don't Forget  (2004, 7min)
We are many, we are uniforms, we smile in the pictures, but we are NOT happy.

The Barbarians  (2010, 5min)
If politics were to come back, it could only be from its savage and disreputable fringe. Then, a muffled rumor shall arise whence that roar is heard: "We are scum! We are barbarian!" (Alain Brossat)

Even If She Had Been A Criminal (2006, 10min)
France, Summer 1944. The public punishment of women accused of having affairs with Germans during the war.

#67  (2012, 2min)
A film about politics and tomatoes.

Before I Was Sad  (2002, 4min)
A very short animation movie about the utopia of integration. It's the story of a gay man, sad of the gay way of life and trying to be "normal". The movie shows ironically that integration could destroy all the differences.

Between Dogs And Wolves   (2008, 28min)
A young man, looking for a job

Sliding scale $6-$10

Show Time:
Friday, April 19, 2013, 8:00 pm


Artists' Television Access (View)
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States


Arts > Visual

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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