Paris 2020 programme
You are all warmly invited to the Opening Night on Tuesday February 25, 2020, at Grand Palais auditorium, from 7.30pm, in free entry. Save the date and spread the word!
OPENING - TUESDAY FEB. 25, 2020, FROM 7.30PM - FREE ENTRY

OPENING NIGHT
Keynote + Opening screening + Film-performance + Party
The upcoming Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin takes place in Paris from February 25 to March 1, 2020, with free admission.
The programme of the Rencontres Internationales is the result of a thorough research and invitations to prominent artists in the fields of cinema and contemporary art.

In the presence of artists and filmmakers from all over the world, this exceptional edition will offer an new international programme bringing together 107 works from 33 countries, 90% of which will be premiered: indoor screenings, performances and concerts, a discovery laboratory dedicated to VR, associated exhibitions and off-site visits, panel discussions and a forum in the presence of heads of cultural institutions and emerging organisations, artists, researchers and curators, who will share with you their experience and views on new audiovisual practices and their stakes.

The Rencontres Internationales traces the specificities and convergences of contemporary practices of the moving image, examines new artistic forms and their critical approaches, and provides the necessary time for points of view to meet and be exchanged.
A carte blanche to Mark Lewis, in his presence.
#mustsee - David Lynch
Explore and dive in "Twin Peaks VR Experience"
#mustsee - "A Tiny Place That is Hard to Touch" by Shelly Silver. French première
Among the 107 programmed works, there will also be the French premiere of "Aggregate States of Matters" by Rosa Barba (Italy), "Ghost Strata" by Ben Rivers (United Kingdom), as well as the presentation of recent or new works by Sebastian Diaz Morales (Argentina), Ghost Mountain Ghost Shovel collective (Taiwan), (la)horde collective (France), Laura Kraning (USA), Lina Selander (Sweden), Bogdan Smith (France), and many more.