June 3rd, 2016
Faculty of Communication Screening Room (K-104)
Izmir University of Economics
Fabrice Aragno is a Swiss director, producer, and cinematographer. He has made several short films, including Dimanche (his graduation film, selected for the 1999 Cannes Film Festival), Le Jeu (2003), and Autoure de Claire (2010). Since 2002, he has worked with Jean-Luc Godard, directing Notre musique (2004) and on picture and sound for Film Socialisme (2010), Les Trois Désastres (2013) and Goodbye to Language (French: Adieu au langage) (2014). His highly innovative 3D camerawork in Godard's Goodbye to Language has been received as a new addition to cinematic techniques. (https://thedissolve.com/features/2014-in-review/866-the-shot-of-the-year/) In 2012, Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) employed him as director on a documentary film about Godard, Quod Erat Demonstrandum. His visual design for Riot on Stage performance with Ufuk and Bahar Dördüncü will be staged at Ahmet Adnan Saygun Art Center (AASSM) on June 2, 2016 Thursday as a part of the ongoing 30th International Izmir Festival. (http://www.iksev.org/tr/izmir-festivali/program/5/sahnede-isyan)
Aragno is in Izmir as a guest of İKSEV for 30th International Izmir Festival. He will be visiting Cinema and Digital Media Department, showing his work and giving an artist's talk at Izmir University of Economics's Faculty of Communication screening room on June 3rd, Friday between 9:30 - 12:00 am.
For further information on Aragno and his work, please see:
For a wonderful interview with Jean-Luc Godard on Goodbye Language, please see: