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Tous ont besoin d'amour [Via Dolce]

Tous ont besoin d'amour [Via Dolce]

Tous ont besoin d'amour [Via Dolce]

Tous ont besoin d’amour [via dolce]” (2004) is a short film by Arnold Pasquier. It was shot in Bourges, France. It is part of a series of three films.  

"Three gardens surrounded by water, through which canals and streams flow. Men and women pass through, sing songs, hold each other in their arms. One man looks for another, women unfold white cloths, a scribe writes sentences on a slate. In this landscape, they talk of botany and a lost love, of Christmas, and Saint Bouleverse ; they dance and sail up the river in a boat, as in these three gardens, they all need love".  


Remark by Arnold Pasquier in 2019 :  

"This series of three films, initiated at the invitation of a friend in Palermo, develops a story that combines city experience, songs, and choreographies, inspired by certain situations featured in Pina Bausch’s choreographies, such as these couples or groups who hold hands as they move. It is a way of looking at cities through the body of the interpreters, while inventing a story that escapes from fiction to speak of love. The third part was produced at the invitation of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Bourges, and was developed in the form of a workshop It was shot in the gardens of the Hortillonnages (vegetable-growing wetlands) in Bourges, mixing students from the school and guest actors and dancers ."  

Pasquier, Arnold

Arnold Pasquier was born in Paris in 1968. After studying visual arts and cinema, he made tests in Super 8 and video, in which he developed a world of filmed newspapers and fictions. At the age of twenty, he approaches contemporary dance and collaborates with choreographers as documentarist and dancer. This experience marks the realization of a work where dance holds an important place.
From 1997 to 1999, he was received as a resident artist at the Fresnoy (Tourcoing, France) where he designed the installation "C'est ici que j'avais des baisers" (1997-1999) and produced about twenty short films, four radio design workshops For France Culture and dance performances capturing. In 1999, he presented the show "C'est merveilleux" in the Grande Nef du Fresnoy. He is the author of numerous films (fiction, documentary, video art), staged shows, scenographies, radio broadcasts. His work is articulated at the crossroads of these different disciplines. Winner of a residence Villa Médicis Hors les Murs (outside the wall) in Sao Paulo in 2004, he dances for Julie Desprairies in "La danse en accès accès", "Vue sur la mer" and "Là commence le ciel". He co-signs with her the video-dance installation "Les 3 contents", the result of the residence of the choreographer at the Manufacture de Sèvres (France). 

Source: Website of the Compagnie des prairies  
More information https://arnoldpasquier.com 

Tous ont besoin d'amour [Via Dolce]

Artistic direction / Conception : Arnold Pasquier

Interpretation : Vincent Roux, Éléonore Delardemelle, Nicolas Roger, Florient Gutienez, Anne Ventura, Diana Chaumontet, Liza Gabry, Agnès Frémont, Vincent Druguet, Didier Benoît, Fabio Piccioli, Céline Devaud, Eva Truffaut.

Duration : 35 minutes

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