Throughout the year, Rencontres Internationales collaborates with various museums and art centres, schools and festivals on screenings, exhibitions and general activities. In this way, we aim to further support the works in our programme and create new exchanges among artists, professionals, and the public. Browse information about screenings in the series "Moving_image, A Contemporary ABC" from October 2012 to March 2015 at the Gaîté Lyrique in Paris. It offers a laboratory for discovery and reflection dedicated to contemporary practices of the moving image. Video, cinematic and multimedia works are presented as an Alphabet book. Beyond Les Rencontres Internationales, video and multimedia exhibitions are curated at the invitation of museums and art centres. They offer critical and progressive insight into areas with shifting boundaries, bringing together the aesthetic, social and political questions of our time, including issues related to changing modes of production and distribution. Beyond Les Rencontres Internationales, screenings are curated at the invitation of museums, art centres, art schools, movie theatres and festivals, in order to reach different audiences and contribute to a wider dissemination of the programmed works. Parallel to the screenings and exhibitions, certain collaborations take the form of multidisciplinary projects, conferences and round tables. Others take the form of temporary, artistic endeavours.
Image de ville
Marseille, France | November 17-26, 2017
Image de ville, the film festival on architecture and urban space, invites the directors of Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin to curate an exhibition presented from November 17 to 26 at the Who How Gallery, as well as two screening programmes scheduled on November 26 at the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations, and Videodrome 2. The following artits have been chosen for the exhibition: Christian Barani, Pedro Costa, Bernard Heidsieck et Apichatpong Weerasethakul
BoCA Biennial
Exhibition | March 17 to Apr. 30, 2017
The BoCA Biennial of Contemporary Arts, invites the Rencontres Internationales to curate a video show in the framework of the "Animal-House" public space project, and a carte blanche screening. The following artits have been chosen for the public space project: Ivan Argote, Olafur Olafson and Libia Castro, Marion Inglessi. For the carte blanche, a work by Philippe Grandrieux have been programmed.

Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento
Screening | Oct. 29 - Nov. 13, 2016
The BIM Bienal de la Imagen en Movimiento in Buenos Aires invites the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin to curate and present two screening sessions significant of its programme and of contemporary practices of moving image. The programme includes works Mathieu K. Abonnenc, Ivan Argote, Jasmina Cibic, Micael Espinha, Marco Godoy, Anthony Haughey, Hayoun Kwon, Bettina Nürnberg and Dirk Peuker, Ding Shiwei, Ana Vaz, João Vieira Torres.

Bienal internacional de Arte SIART
Exhibition | Oct. 11 - Nov. 11, 2016
Alliance Française, Goethe Institut and Fundación Cinenómada invite the Rencontres Internatonales to present an exbibition and a carte blanche programme in the framework of the International art Biennale SIART.

Screening | Dec. 1-8, 2015
Porto/Post/Doc, the Porto documentary international film festival, invites Les Rencontres Internationales to curate and present a screening programme made of 5 works significant of contemporary documentary approaches. The screening includes works by Dominik Ritszel, Hayoun Kwon, Claudia Joskowicz, Tomas Hendriks, Lina Selander and Oscar Mangione.

Z as Zarathoustra
Moving_image series | March 4, 2015
Using the 26th letter of their Alphabet book, MOVING_IMAGE presents six unique films questioning the possibility of sight and sound. The "disparate singularities" mentioned by Gilles Deleuze at the end of his Alphabet book, suddenly make sense: the assertion of a perspective and a position in the world. The screenings include a special presentation of "Our Man" (O Homem nosso) by Pedro Costa, as well as films by Rafiqul Shuvo, Christian Barani, Dominik Ritszel, Halida Boughriet and Louise Botkay.

W as Wonderland
Moving_image series | Feb. 4, 2015
For the 23rd letter of their Alphabet book MOVING_IMAGE revisits and transposes Lewis Carroll's inverted world of "Alice in Wonderland" with 6 rare films and videos, which question the logic and randomness of our contemporary world.

V as Vestige
Moving_image series | Jan. 7, 2015
For the 22nd letter of their Alphabet book, MOVING_IMAGE questions the notion of vestiges and of memories. The remains of ancient utopias or those of a society out of time, memories of history, fragile traces of our dreams and invisible monuments.

U as Urbanism
Moving_image series | Nov. 5, 2014
For the 21st letter of its ABC, MOVING_IMAGE challenges notions of public space and urbanism. Through films and videos by Ferhat Özgür, Filipa César and Romana Schmalisch, as wekk as, in their presence, Jakob Gautel, Guillaume Linard-Osorio and Jean-Luc Vilmouth

T as Trace
Moving_image series | Oct. 9, 2014
What are moving images traces of? For the 20th letter of its ABC, MOVING_IMAGE challenges notions of temporality and history. T for trace. Like images of extincted animals or radioactive particles, like the story of a battleground or past exactions, these traces move reality and raises questions. Through 5 rare movies and videos by Ariane Michel, Philipp Lachenmann, Beten Clay, Jean-François Neplaz with Elisa Zurlo, and Sarah Vanagt.

S as Sound
Moving_image series | July 2, 2014
For the 19th session, MOVING_IMAGE invites you to explore different sound worlds. Direct, indirect or off screen sounds, voice, music and silence become another tangible side of images. 5 rare films and videos questioning the paradox of our perception. With the exceptional screening of "Herman Slobbe - Blind Kid n°2" by Johan van der Keuken, as well as works by Miranda Pennell (united Kingdom), Daniel Kötter (Germany), João Salaviza (Portugal), Kasper Akhøj and Tamar Guimaraes (Denmark/Brazil)..

R as Repetition
Moving_image series | May 7, 2014
For the 18th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes a selection of 7 rare films and videos on notions of repetition and reenactment. Characteristic of moving image contemporary practices, these notions enable a critic reappropriation of images and discourses, and a renewed understanding of our time. With the exceptional screening of two major works of video art history, "Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman" by Dara Birnbaum and "Hood" by Klaus vom Bruch, as well as the presence of Jean-Jacques Palix who will present his film "Ce disque est le même que l'autre" and videos by Bjørn Melhus, Adel Abidin, Rod Dickinson. The last film of the programme is the irreverent and provocative work "The Eternal Frame" by Ant Farm and T.R. Uthco.

Q as Quantity
Moving_image series | April 2, 2014
For the 17th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes to discover 6 rare films and videos about the notion of quantity. Series, leverage, infinite proliferations and monumental displays have in common this idea that something exceeds and goes over the edges of our perception. A quantity without any possible measure. With films and videos by Brenda Grell, Marco Brambilla, Vera Brueckner, Jan Ijäs, Christoph Oertli and Gaëlle Boucand.

P as Politics
Moving_image series | March 12, 2014
For the 16th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes a rare and radical documentary "Winter Soldier" directed by an anonymous collective in 1972, a film "about the necessity and urgency to rethink the social and political structure" of our society, said Werner Schroeter who choose and presented the film as part of a carte blanche during Les Rencontres Internationales in 2009. The session will also be a tribute to this great filmmaker, a major representative of the New German Cinema, who died in 2010. At the end of the screening of "Winter Soldier", a video of the presentation done by Werner Schroeter in 2009 will be screened.

Catagena Biennial, Colombia
Exhibition | Feb. 7 to Apr. 7, 2014
The International Contemporary Art Biennial of Cartagena de Indias invites Les Rencontres Internationales to curate 5 video programmes. Entitled "Phantoms of Lyberty", it gathers 16 international artists working on notions of individual and collective history.

O as Obsolete
Moving_image series | Feb. 5, 2014
Before Les Rencontres Internationales à on late February, we hope to meet you on Wednesday February 5 at Gaite Lyrique for a new session of the screening series MOVING_IMAGE. It gathers 3 rare films questionning our contemporary history and traces of utopia of the 20th Century. With works by Nicolas Wagnieres and Benoit Peverelli, Knut Asdam, Raphael Cuomo and Maria Iorio.

N as Nature
Moving_image series | Jan. 5, 2014
We hope to meet you on Wednesday January 8 at Gaîté Lyrique for the MOVING IMAGE monthly screening! "N for Nature" gathers 5 rare films and videos, including recent works by Charly Nijensohn, Catherine Dalfin, Pauline Julier, Ben Rivers and Anton Ginzburg.

M as Manipulation
Moving_image series | Dec. 4, 2013
For the 13th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes to share point of views and questionings of artists and filmmakers about the notion of MANIPULATION. It gathers 7 rare films and video exploring the shifting boundary of our social beliefs, a critical intersection between facts and fiction. It includes works by Daya Cahen, Gints Gabrans, Democracia, Caroline Campbell and Nina McGowan, François Bucher, Nicolas Provost, Neil Beloufa.

L as Light
Moving_image series | Nov. 6, 2013
For the 12th session, MOVING_IMAGE explores an essential dimension of audiovisual mechanism and of moving images. L for light. It gathers 9 rare films and videos, in the fields of cinema and contemporary art. It includes the outstanding film "Lichtspiel Schwarz-Weiss-Grau" by László Moholy-Nagy (1930), as well as recent works by Robert Todd, Elena Näsänen, Alberto de Michele, Anne Katrine Senstad, Carlos Irijalba, Lingjie Wang et Jingfang Hao, Laura Kraning, Devin Horan.

K as Kant
Moving_image series | Oct. 9, 2013
For its new season start, MOVING_IMAGE recalls the word chosen by Gilles Deleuze in its own ABC, "K for Kant", and proposes seven rare films and videos dealing with notions of space and time. It includes works by Crispin Gruholt, Peter Downsbrough, Nir Evron, Cécile Hartmann and Christian Barani. The program will end with the screening of 'Fiasko', a remarkable homage to 'La jetée' by Chris Marker, made by Janet Riedel, Katja Praschke and Gusztáv Hámos.

Palacio Nacional de las Artes
Screening | Setp. 18-22, 2013
The FIDBA Buenos Aires Documentary International Film Festival invites Les Rencontres Internationales to curate and present a screening programme at the Palacio Nacional de las Artes and to take part in a round table.

J comme Jeu (G as Game)
Moving_image series | July 10, 2013
For the 10th session, MOVING_IMAGE is conceived like a game in itself. Chance and audience will decide how it runs. Artists reinterpret and hack the game, especially video games, explore real or digital interstices. The screening includes a rare document with Gordon Matta-Clark filmed by Jaime Davidovich, as well as works by Jodi, Joan Leandre, Raphaël Siboni and Fabien Giraud, Axel Stockburger, Benjamin Nuel, Baden Pailthorpe and Federico Solmi.

I as Image
Moving_image series | June 12, 2013
For the 9th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes films and videos questioning construction and value of an image. The screening includes "Stopover in Dubai" by Chris Marker, as well as works by Harun Farocki, Lina Selander, Jason Karaïndros, Karel deCock et Nate Harrison.

H as History
Moving_image series | May 15, 2013
For the 8th session, MOVING_IMAGE invites you to share point of views and questionings by artists and filmmakers on HISTORY. With the screening of "Origins of the 21st Century" (De l'origine du XXIe siècle) by Jean-Luc Godard, as well as videos by Ivan Faktor, Sarah Vanagt and Katrien Vermeire, Deimantas Narkevicius, Anna Ã…dahl and Giulio Squillacciotti.

G as Gender
Moving_image series | Apr. 10, 2013
We hope to meet you at the upcoming screening of "MOVING_IMAGE - a contemporary ABC", on Wednesday, April 10 at Gaîté lyrique. For the 7th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes proposes a screening about the notion of identity and gender. With works by Marina Abramovic & Ulay, Jakob Gautel, Ane Lan, Cabello/Carceller, Erik Moskowitz & Amanda Trager, Nicolas Jenkins, Mariah Garnett, Zackary Drucker and Juliette Bineau.

F as Footage
Moving_image series | Mar. 13, 2013
For the 6th session, MOVING_IMAGE proposes a screening about the notion of "Film Footage", in the presence of Johan Grimonprez. To reuse, hijack, and re-interpret images as critical approach and way to investigate on our own culture and history. With many examples through cinema and documentary history, this practice has been renewed by avant-gardes and contemporary art. This screening is dedicated to Johan Grimonprez' work, whose approach entirely refers to this notion, and interests cinema as well as contemporary art.

E as Economy
Moving_image series | Feb. 13, 2013
The next MOVING_IMAGE screening will be held on Wednesday February 13 at Gaîté Lyrique. For the 5th letter, we propose to discover artist's questions on the notion of Economy, with works by Diego del Pozo Barriuso, Marina Landia, Marianne Flotron, Valerie Bert, Lawrence Weiner and Laura Waddington.

D as Documentary
Moving_image series | Jan. 22, 2013
For its 4th session, MOVING_IMAGE invites you to explore different DOCUMENTARY forms. With works by Alicia Framis, Natacha Nisic, Libia Castro et Olafur Olafsson, Phillip Warnell, Eléonore de Montesquiou, and a rare film by Peter Weiss. .

C as Continuum
Moving_image series | Dec. 5, 2012
This session explores notions of time and duration. Both sequences and long shots, from the grammar of cinema, are seen as characteristic elements of the practices of the moving image, as if they were accessing a certain autonomy of meaning.

B as Bestiary
Moving_image series | Nov. 14, 2012
For its second session, MOVING_IMAGE invites you to explore a bestiary. Filmed animal appears as condensed form beyond narration, a paradoxical image beyond language, from where ruptures and transformations arise.

A as Alteration
Moving_image series | Oct. 18, 2012
For its first session, Moving_image invites Antoni Muntadas and Eugeni Bonet to interpret the first letter: "A as Alteration". Before the Rencontres Internationales in Paris in December, we are very pleased to announce "MOVING_IMAGE - a contemporary ABC", the new monthly screening session in Paris at Gaîté Lyrique focused on contemporary moving images.

Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Exhibition | July 3-7, 2012
Les 6 pièces de cette exposition constituent une étude anthropologique de la globalisation, et de l’abandon des espaces en tant que lieux. Le changement d’échelle visuelle produit une réalité paradoxale, ici mise en parallèle avec une confrontation de différentes réalités sociales: une articulation critique et autoréflexive que les artistes ici réunis développent au travers de figures et de formes esthétiques singulières, enracinées en autant de réalités distinctes.

Yokohama Art Centre
Exhibition | June 6 - July 1, 2012
L'Institut Français de Yokohama invite Les Rencontres Internationales pour une exposition présentée au Hakaranga Soko. Intitulée "Projection urbaines", elle réunit 14 artistes internationaux qui interroge les relations entre espace public et privé.

Beirut Art Centre
Other project | May 08-10, 2012
Pour la deuxième année, les Rencontres Internationales sont invitées au Beirut Art Center pour 3 jours de projection et de rencontre, un espace de découverte et de réflexion entre nouveau cinéma et art contemporain, en présence de plusieurs invités.

Bucarest National Museum
Exhibition | March 15-19, 2012
L’exposition "RE:MADE" présente huit installations – vidéo, multimédia, net art – autour des notions de relecture et de réinterprétation. Huit réponses distinctes laissant apparaitre une géographie des médias et leur capillarité profonde avec notre quotidien.

CPH:DOX Copenhagen
Screening | Nov. 3-13, 2012
CPH:DOX Festival international du film documentaire de Copenhagen invite Les Rencontres Internationales pour concevoir et présenter une sélection de dix films et vidéos significatifs de leur programmation et des nouvelles pratiques contemporaines de l'image en mouvement.

Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Exhibition | June 28 - July 3, 2011
Du 28 juin au 3 juillet, la Haus der Kulturen der Welt accueille l'exposition "Fake Estate", qui réunit dix artistes internationaux qui interrogent les notions de propriété et celles d'appropriation individuelle et collective.

Tabacalera de Madrid
Exhibition | May 23-29, 2011
L'exposition "PARADISE" s'intéresse à ce qui structure un espace et fait que nous souhaitons l'habiter ou le désinvestir, ou comment un lieu développe ou annihile sa charge symbolique, et s'impose comme lieu du pouvoir ou de l'intime.

Beton7 Art Centre, Athènes
Exhibition | May 8-28, 2011
Les oeuvres exposées soulignes la nécessité d'une approche critique des images et de notre société contemporaine. Elle propose notamment en dialogue entre deux oeuvres magistrales, "War at a distance" de Harun Farocki, et "On translation: Miedo/Jauf" d'Antoni Muntadas.

Beirut Art Centre
Screening | Feb. 16-18, 2011
Le Beirut Art Centre invite Les Rencontres Internationales pour trois jours de projection et de discussion. Ce programme s'articule autour de trois séances proposant d'explorer plusieurs aspects de l'image en mouvement, différentes pratiques audiovisuelles entre cinéma et art contemporain, un domaine où coexistent de nombreux enjeux, esthétiques, culturels, politiques, traversant notre époque et notre quotidien.

Centre Pompidou
Exhibition | Nov. 26 - Dec. 04, 2010
L'exposition "RE:MADE" présente neuf installations – vidéo, multimédia, net art – autour des notions de relecture et de réinterprétation. Neuf réponses distinctes et autonomes laissant apparaitre une géographie des médias et leur capillarité profonde avec notre quotidien. Les oeuvres choisies déplacent, détournent et réinterprètent un matériaux visuel et numérique pré-existant pour mettre en réflexion notre culture visuelle contemporaine et nos représentations.

Espace Niemeyer, Paris,
Screening | Oct. 01-03, 2010
À l'invitation du collectif RyBN et de Upgrade! Paris, Les Rencontres Internationales présentent une sélection de cinq films et vidéos significatifs de leur programmation et des nouvelles pratiques contemporaines de l'image en mouvement. Les oeuvres choisies entrent en résonnance avec l'architecture singulière conçue par Niemeyer et avec l'histoire spécifique du lieu.

Tabacalera de Madrid
Exhibition | Apr. 12-21; 2010
L'exposition de cette année à la Tabacalera pourrait être considérée comme un second chapitre après l'exposition présentée dans ce même espace en 2009. Une interrogation du lieu, de son passé et de l'histoire contemporaine dans laquelle il s'inscrit reste profondément présente. Alors que l'année dernière nous avions souhaité laisser l'espace d'exposition ouvert à ses espaces adjacents et littéralement éclairer les bureaux vides et les couloirs désaffectés comme autant de témoignages d'une société révolue encore à portée de regard, nous avons choisi cette année d'occulter ces espaces, de le replier sur lui-même en quelque sorte. Comme le signe d'une incertitude et d'un devenir. Le signe d'une condition du regard.

Las Palmas Museum, Spain
Other project | Nov. 18-20, 2009
The CAAM Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, invites Jean-François Rettig and Nathalie Hénon, directors of Les Rencontres Internationales, in the framework of the conference "Post-cine, post-video, post-tv, post-digital, post-…?".