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L'Italie

L’Italie (2012) est un court métrage de fiction d’Arnold Pasquier. Il a été tourné dans le 13ème arrondissement de Paris 

"Paolo  veut aller en Italie pour oublier son chagrin d'amour. Arthur lui  propose un étonnant raccourci : tous les chemins mènent-ils à Rome ? ". 

Extrait  de la conférence d'Arnold Pasquier, "Ce que l'architecture me fait",  présentée à l'école d'architecture de Paris-Belleville, le jeudi 28 mars  2019 : 

"Une  nuit de février 2008, en quittant un restaurant de la rue Nationale à  Paris, notre voiture remonte la rue des Terres au Curé et j’aperçois la  silhouette d’un bâtiment à la façade plissée. Je m’exclame, car ses  porches m’évoquent l’architecture d’Oscar Niemeyer. Piqué par la  curiosité, j’entreprends quelques jours plus tard une visite qui  commence dans la ZAC Masséna, avec pour but de rejoindre le quartier des  Olympiades. Je découvre la récente école d’architecture Paris/Val de  Seine, d’autres bâtiments neufs, le quartier qui borde l’ancienne voie  de chemin de fer de la « Petite Ceinture ». Je retrouve l’immeuble  entraperçu, c’est un bureau du ministère de l’Éducation Nationale  construit par Jacques de Brauer  en 1971. Je continue mon parcours en coupant à travers les passages  bucoliques de la rue Nationale et j’atteins la dalle des Olympiades. Je  visite ce quartier à l’architecture volontariste, aux escaliers  condamnés, au mobilier urbain désaffecté, comme si l’ensemble formait un  vestige contemporain à l’intérieur de la ville. L’histoire du film naît  donc de cette promenade. J’ai été frappé par l’apparition d’immeubles  qui mettent en scène un style rare dans la capitale. J’ai aimé ce  paysage mélangé, heurté, parfois sans qualités. J’ai trouvé là une scène  qui me faisait penser à la fois au Brésil et à l’Italie par un jeu de  correspondances formelles et d’analogies poétiques. J’ai traduit ces  rencontres dans une séquence d’évènements qui conserve ce principe de  découverte. « L’Italie » est tourné exclusivement dans la rue. La  traversée des différents quartiers du parcours participe à l’évolution  dramaturgique du film. La ZAC Masséna est un monde minéral d’immeubles  flambant neuf où il n’y a pas âme qui vive. Les abords de la « Petite  Ceinture » ménagent un paysage d’entre deux, en pleine requalification  du fait de l’installation du tramway. La rue Régnault, plus  parisienne, s’oppose au passage Bourgoin qui offre le contraste de ses  maisons ouvrières. La fiction s’achève sur la dalle des Olympiades." 

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 

L'Italie

Artistic direction / Conception : Scénario, réalisation : Arnold Pasquier

Interpretation : Damiano Ottavio Bigi (Paolo), Hervé Lassïnce (Arthur), Barbara Carlotti (Barbara)

Video conception : Image : Javier Ruiz Gomez - Son : Greg Le Maître - Montage : Dominique Auvray

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Écrit en résidence au Moulin d'Andé - Céci, Centre des écritures cinématographique. Consultant : Salvatore Lista. Avec le soutien du CNC (contribution financière). Un film produit par Nicolas Anthomé, bathysphere productions.

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