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DOCUMENTARY TEA: JEAN-PIERRE REHM IN PRAGUE

April 24 - 25, the Institute of Documentary Film and FAMU jointly organize a lecture entitled Boundaries of Documentary Film and one-on-one consultations by renown French film theorist and FID Marseille director Jean-Pierre Rehm. The two-day event is designed for directors, producers, students as well as any documentary enthusiasts who may confirm participation at the lecture and sign up for an individual meeting by April 22, 2009.

 

DOCUMENTARY TEA WITH JEAN-PIERRE REHM

For several years, Jean-Pierre Rehm has been the director of FID Marseille – International Documentary Film Festival.
During his tenure, he has attended numerous documentary festivals across the world as a member of the jury.

His interest lies primarily in discovering remarkable documentary films, little-known documentary filmmakers and new film or art niches not only across Europe but also in Africa as well as in Asia.

His work as a film theorist and festival director revolves around documentary film defined as a work of art that results from creative freedom, regardless of international co-productions or other aspects of contemporary film industry.

 


Programme:

Friday, April 24, 2009, from 12:00 noon – (FAMU, Dept. of Documentary Film): one-on-one consultations with Jean-Pierre Rehm, 35 min / consultation
If you would like to sign up for a meeting, please contact Zuzana Pauková, zuzana@docuinter.net by April 22, 2009. Details regarding specific times will be provided.

Saturday, April 25, 2009, 10:00 - 13:00 – (FAMU, Room U2): an inspirational lecture entitled "Boundaries of Documentary Film."
Please confirm your participation by April 22, 2009 with: Zuzana Pauková, zuzana@docuinter.net. The lecture will be held in English.

Saturday, April 25, 2009, from 14:30 – (FAMU, Dept. of Documentary Film): group session involving specific project ideas.

 


Jean-Pierre Rehm is a French film theorist, critic and, since 2002, director if FID Marseille – International Documentary Film Festival. A graduate of École Normale Supérieure, modern literature and philosophy, he was a lecturer of history and theory of film and art; he also worked at the French Ministry of Culture. Rehm is an editor of Cahiers du Cinéma and a regular author of film and art reviews, exhibition catalogues, artist and filmmaker monographs. He has curated a number of exhibitions of contemporary art, both in France and abroad, e.g., in Egypt (Cairo Museum of Modern Art), the Netherlands (Witte de With, Rotterdam) or Japan (Yokohama Art Center). In 2005 he was among the jury members of Between the Seas, a competition section at the Jihlava IDFF dedicated to Central European films.

 

 

Contact:
Zuzana Pauková
zuzana@docuinter.net