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Chronique d’une athée de la radio, Ferdinand Artur et Morgane Duflos
TEXAS, Joseph Poirot
Diling - Fruitz, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
Phasmophobia, Ludmila Voronitch
Entretien avec Vincent Petit. Improvisation : Au rythme des sens, Tom Colombain
Diling - Rêve, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
Comment j’ai appris à aimer la noise, Paul Comoretto
1,75 sur 1,94 cm (peinture le son), Dylan Tichit
Prescription #1, Sarah Delétain
FREAK #1, Chirine Zaboub
Les morts et les vivants, Camille Pradel De Lamaze
Diling - Francis Bacon, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
SAC À DOS, Joseph Poirot
Diling - La ferme, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
L’impossible bonheur du petit vampire, Ludmila Voronitch
Interview : Éric Mertz et William Cromer, Antoine Graff
Trombone et mixette, Tom Colombain et Paul Comoretto
Diling - La dépense, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
Ode aux mots, Sarah Delétain
La mort des oiseaux, Elisa Lhoste
L’Epopper, Jules Boillot
Nemo procedet, Lorraine Belet
Diling - On ne saura jamais, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
La danseuse de fer, Ludmila Voronitch
Prescription #2, Sarah Delétain
LE COUCHE, Joseph Poirot
Diling - J’aime/J’aime pas, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
GALATÉE#3, Chirine Zaboub
Oh les beaux jours, Elisa Lhoste
Diling - Carte de voeux, Eva Prusiewicz et Manon Galland
Contestation, Joseph Poirot
Houseum, Jules Boillot
Nightcall/confession, Adrien Mougeolle
Prescription #3, Sarah Delétain
REBORN#2, Chirine Zaboub
Prescription #4, Sarah Delétain
Beauté du Diable, Léa De Matteo
Direct, Joseph Poirot
Carré Rouge, Alexandre Simoneschi , Alexis Vafine, Adrien Mougeolle et Chirine Zaboub

Workshop avec les étudiant.e.s de l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Art et de Design de Nancy.
Une Invitation de Jean-Jacques Dumont et Antoine Elias.

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02.09.14
Robert Millis
Maxime Guitton
40'14"
Conversation (20)
Conversation (20)
02.09.14
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A casual conversation with fresh beers, mainly focusing on early 78rpm Indian music between musician, (die-hard) record collector, film maker, Sublime Frequencies contributor Robert Millis and ali_fib concert series programmer Maxime Guitton.

The conversation took place in a Parisian apartment on a sunny sunday late afternoon, June 8, 2014, a day after Robert screened his latest travelogue film, This World is Unreal Like A Snake in A Rope at Espace en Cours, documenting his second journey through the ancient Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu featuring Hindu trance ceremonies, street music, festivals, nagaswaram improvisations, impossibly loud cities, ancient temples, processions, devotions, decay, fireworks, abstractions and more. The recorded conversation is just a fragment of an extended conversation which unfolded over a weekend, encompassing a variety of topics, including Harry Smith’s music collection and Anthology of American Folk Music, Joseph Cornell’s boxes, Jacques Stern’s secret life, Indian raags, the impact of recording Indian music on the very fabric and appreciation of the music, etc. Bits of the following conversation may occasionally refer to some of these (non recorded) previous exchanges.

A conversation proposed by Maxime Guitton

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