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EDITORIAL
For these past few months, I’ve been steeped
in graphs, statistics, and speeches. There have
been highs, lows, ups, downs, crises, reboots,
grand notions, faux-arguments, thousands
of notes to understand/think about/classify
in real time to keep connected to our
“augmented reality.”
FOR
3 DAYS
1 VILLAGE
It’s gone by too quickly.
We used to say that travel broadens the
mind, in which case, my travel was in paper
airplanes piloted by Sebastiao Salgado, Günter
Wallraff, Philippe Bordas, Jean-François
Bizot, Mary McCarthy, Florence Aubenas…
And, well, believe it or not, the selection here
at Couthures has had the same effect on me.
bordas
I see myself nibbling, diving into a fountain
of youth bubbling over from the séchoirs,
surrounded by the humble heroes of our
modern age.
Mc Solaar
Sponsor of the first edition of the festival
Organizing journals
3 SÉCHOIRS
3 TOPICS
IN THE MORNING
3 TOPICS IN THE
AFTERNOON
WITH EXHIBITS,
SCREENINGS,
DISCUSSIONS,
THEATER,
CONCERTS,
COMICS,
PHOTOGRAPHY…
ALL ON THE BANKS
OF THE GARONNE
Design Chloé Laforest
Illustrations Séverin Millet
Text Thibaut Brugat-Dreux
Media partners
Proofing Sarah Ahnou
Colophon Druckhaus Kaufmann
(Germany) in June 2016.
Other partners
With the support of Olivier Legrain
JULY 29–31, 2016
AT COUTHURES
INTERNATIONAL
FESTIVAL
OF THE LIVING PRESS
L E S
A T E L I E R S
D E
C O U T H U R E S
Program
THE BEACH
INFO
SCHOOL
SÉCHOIR 3
SÉCHOIR 2
SÉCHOIR 1 “Changing prison” + “Participation: a user’s manual”
SÉCHOIR 2 “Decoding terror” + “The disrupters”
SÉCHOIR 3 “Borders and people” + “Iran unveiled”
VILLAGE “Food revolutions”+ other demonstrations…
SÉCHOIR 1
MATION
VILLAGE
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CAMPGROUND 1
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CAMPGROUND 2
POPLARS
toward
Meilhan-sur-Garonne
SCHOOL “The Little Editorial ENTRANCE
ENTRANCE Ticketing, shuttle, gift shop
Department” for children
Refreshments area
CHURCH Theater and screenings
Toilets
POPLARS Photography stroll
INFORMATION Ticketing, bookstore, gift shop
IN FOOD
Industry now has a hold on the food supply chain,
from farm to table. Is the small farmer going extinct?
Can we save our seeds? How can we reestablish the
connection between fork and the pitchfork?
With Lionel Astruc, Gaspard d’Allens, Marc Dufumier, Martin
Esposito, Marion Gervais, Patrick Herman, Anaïs Kerhoas,
Marie de Kerouedan, Corinne Lateyron Despagne, Lucile
Leclair, Jonathan Nossiter, Maxime de Rostolan, Philippe de
Vergnette, Caroline Vignaud.
Moderated by Anne-Sophie Novel and Olivier Le Naire.
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marion gervais
REVOLUTIONS
9 : 45
“Bon appétit…and good
luck!”—Production
Quiz
A playful and friendly session
with the festivalgoers, with some
concrete questions to shake up
conventional wisdom about the
production of our food supply.
10 : 15
Where have the real
farmers gone?
Patrick Herman, Lucile Leclair,
Marc Dufumier and Philippe
de Vergnette (FDSEA)
Round table
We now talk about agri-business,
instead of agricultural production.
Technological and economic
forces have attempted to
streamline living beings, and are
antithetical to the old farmers’
idea of intelligent agriculture.
How can we put some sense back
into this occupation and push back
against its excesses?
11 : 45
How to save our seeds?
Lionel Astruc, Marc Dufumier,
Philippe de Vergnette (FDSEA)
and Jean-François Berthellot
Round table
Our seeds are manipulated,
patented, protected. They were
once freely traded but are now
subject to strict regulation
VILLAGE SQUARE – FRIDAY
and financial and commercial
negotiations. How can we limit
the market’s influence on this
precious commodity?
1: 00
Anaïs s’en va-t-en guerre
[Anaïs Is Going to War]
by Marion Gervais
Documentary­—Screening
Anaïs is twenty-four. She
lives alone in a little house
in the middle of a field in
Brittany. She isn’t afraid of the
administration, of misogynistic
professors, nor of the whims of
the era. Nothing can stop her.
She is driven by her lifelong
dream: to become a farmer.
>Followed by a discussion with
Anaïs Kerhoas and the director.
> In the church
3 : 00
Dystopia
by Alexa Brunet
Screening with commentary
An original perspective on
French agricultural upheavals,
narrated by Patrick Herman.
> In the church
5: 00
Cultivating your garden
Jean-François Berthellot
Seed workshop
Tips for good growing.
> In the village
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SATURDAY – AFTERNOON – VILLAGE SQUARE
2:00
“Bon appétit…and good
luck!”—Eating
Quiz
A playful question-and-answer
session with festivalgoers to get
an understanding of how we feed
ourselves. We'll also seek some
new practices.
2: 30
Magrets and Co
Marie Kerouedan
Reading
To get us in the eating mood, the
author will read a spicy passage
from this essay devoted to the
“food realities of the southwest
[of France].” Hot plate coming
through!
2 : 45
How to eat well?
Caroline Vignaud, Marie
Kerouedan, M. de Rostolan
Round table
One is a cook unlike any other,
the second is a researcher-activist
fighting junk food, and the third
is a farmer-entrepreneur using
permaculture to sow the seeds
of the future. Proof—three times
over—that alternative eating and
living are possible.
4:15
Revolutionizing our approach
to wine and agriculture
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C. Lateyron Despagne,
M. Marquet and Nicolas Brun
Round table
La Gironde has the highest
use of pesticides of any French
department. This wine region,
which receives chemical
treatments to “ensure its
production,” is at the heart of
current debates. Is another
vine possible?
5: 00
Du vin naturel
à la production culturelle
Mathias Marquet, Jonathan
Nossiter and Stéphane Paoli
Round table
Voices raised against traditional
farming methods inspire a
new ecology of culture. Isn't it
time to learn from practices in
the world of natural wines to
challenge the system?
6: 15
The wild flavor
Caroline Vignaud
Cooking worshop
Practical tips and recipes from
the chef of Le Goût sauvage in
Saint-Lô on cooking for health—
and the environment.
> In the village
VILLAGE SQUARE – MORNING – SUNDAY
7 :00
Breakfast
A quiet breakfast in the square
10 :00
“Bon appétit…and good
luck!”—Growth
Quiz
A playful and friendly
question-and-answer session
with the festivalgoers about
the best practices to adopt for
tranquil growth.
> Followed by a discussion
between Martin Esposito,
Gaspard d’Allens and Lucile
Leclair, Lionel Astruc, and Marc
Dufumier
> In the church (p. 36)
10 : 30
Le potager de mon grand-père
[My Grandfather's Vegetable
Garden]
By Martin Esposito
Documentary­—Screening
Director Martin Esposito lived
on landfill scraps for two years to
make his shocking documentary
condemning our consumption
practices. Then he decided to
wash his hands of the whole
mess. For a year, he moved into
his grandfather’s house, where
he was taught, in the older man’s
garden, the ancient art of organic
farming. An experience of
exchange, love, and resilience.
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From Guantánamo to privatized American
prisons—not to mention our own jails and
detention centers—it seems that we can’t conceive
of punishment without imprisonment. But
alternatives do exist, and they produce results, with
stunningly low recidivism rates.
With Arne Kvernvik Nilsen, Gabi Mouesca, Nicolas Ferran,
Mourad Benchellali, Paul-Roger Gontard, Élisa Portier,
Gabrielle Ripplinger, Aïda Chouk, Mouloud Mansouri.
Par Mathieu Palain et Marion Lopez.
By Mathieu Palain and Marion Lopez. Exhibition of photos by
Espen Eichhöfer, from Prisoners’ Island.
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espen eichhöfer
CHANGING PRISON
SÉCHOIR 1 – MORNING – FRIDAY
9 : 00
Drawing the joint
Fleury comics
Breakfast screening
Presentation of comic strips
created by inmates at the
Fleury-Mérogis prison, with
author Farid Boudjellal.
10 : 00
Surviving Guantánamo
Mourad Benchellali
Personal history
This is the story of a kid with
a bright future, who found
himself in an orange jumpsuit
at Guantánamo. While there,
Mourad Benchellali endured
government torture: “I got
beatings for no reason, I was
humiliated, ice water was
thrown on my body with the AC
set to the max. They injected
things into me without telling
me what they were.”
11 :30
Prisoner's Island
Arne Kvernvik Nilsen
Testimony and exhibition
The former director of the
prison-island of Bastøy, in
Norway, attempts to duplicate
the model of an ecological and
humanistic prison in Romania.
“I have never believed in the
penitentiary system. I do not
believe that prison can be a
solution for the majority of
criminals. On the other hand, I
do believe in the essence of the
sentence, in what we do with it.”
12 :30
Open prisons: a solution?
Arne Kvernvik Nilsen
et Paul-Roger Gontard
Discussion
The ex-director of Norway’s
Bastøy prison discusses open
prisons with Paul-Roger
Gontard, one of the few
researchers to take an interest
in Casabianda, a prison without
bars situated in eastern
Corsica, by the edge of the sea.
It’s a prison from which one
does not escape, which lives on
sixty years after its opening,
forgotten by the state.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“Participation: a user’s
manual,” p. 13.
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SATURDAY – AFTERNOON – SÉCHOIR 1
2 : 00
Baumettes' antenna
Élisa Portier
Personal history and audio
broadcast
Elisa Portier, a Radio France
correspondent, helped create
Radio Baumettes in 2002 at a
detention center in Marseille.
Radio made by inmates, for
inmates, with guests from
“outside,” as they say on the inside.
3:30
Artistic evasion
Mouloud Mansouri
Personal history
Mouloud Mansouri was Elisa
Portier’s first “intern” at
Baumettes. In 2005, he held
his first concert in prison. He
was released after ten years
and now organizes prison
concerts with hip-hop artists
(IAM, Diam’s, KoolShen,
Disiz…) and puts on stand-up
shows with the prisoners of
the PACA (Provence-AlpsCôte d’Azur) region.
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5:00
Turning the page
Aïda Chouk
Encounter
She got her start in Seine-SaintDenis and was head of the
magistrates’ union at thirty. But
when she returned to Bobigny
as a sentencing judge, she began
having doubts about the utility
of prison. “Some of them come
in fragile and leave with a full
address book and rage against
the ‘system.’ At Bobigny, we do
a lot of sentencing adjustments.
Whatever the case, the Villepint
detention center surpasses every
record for overpopulation.”
6:00
Camera cocktails
Screening
Screening of photo essays from
around the world.
SÉCHOIR 1 – MORNING – SUNDAY
9:00
Chasing Bonnie and Clyde
By Olivier Lambert
and Thomas Salva
Documentary—screening
A documentary on
Texas’s innovation for
reintegrating criminals.
10 :00
The combatant
Gabi Mouesca
Personal history
He’s Basque, and that’s
important. He’s fifty-five years
old and spent seventeen years
in the joint, three of those in
solitary, so Gabi Mouesca is
familiar with escapes and
hunger strikes. Amid a perpetual
power struggle with the prison
administration, he left his post
as president of the International
Observatory of Prisons but
“continues the combat” for
inmates and their families.
11 : 00
transitional space for relearning
simple activities: going shopping,
taking care of animals, working
in groups. The inmates are there
to get ready for their release, so
that they won’t wind up “alone
with some bags on the sidewalk.”
> Followed by a discussion with
the director.
1: 00
Are French prisons in crisis?
Gabi Mouesca, Gabrielle
Ripplinger, Aïda Chouk
and Mouloud Mansouri
Discussion
Regularly condemned by the
European Court of Human
Rights for the indignity of its
prison system, France continues
to build prisons and lock up more
people. An overview of a model
in crisis and a quest for solutions.
From 2:00 to 16:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“Participation: a user’s
manual,” p. 15.
À l’air libre [In the Open Air]
By Nicolas Ferran
Documentary—screening
The film shows life in
Moyembrie, a farm in Picardy
that welcomes prisoners on
work release and is a sort of
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A USER'S MANUAL
Collaborative initiatives are booming—from
coeducation to CSAs, participatory housing to
sharing platforms. Which are the most promising?
What lessons can the pioneers of self-government
transmit to their inheritors?
With Fabrice Arfi, Christophe Charlot, Patrick de SaintExupéry, Helga Dullenkopf, Véronique Felenbok, Soledad
Garnier, Léo Garros, Alice Géraud, Yann Guégan, Guillemette
Jacob, Pierre-Carl Langlais, Sandrine Lana, Florence MartinKessler, Laurent Mauriac, Fiodor Rilov, Anne-Sophie Novel,
Jean Pichinoty, Maxime de Rostolan, Beryl Vigy.
By Guillemette Faure and Diouldé Chartier.
Exhibition of photos by Cédric Martigny, from La France des
bénévoles [France for volunteers].
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cédric martigny
PARTICIPATION:
SÉCHOIR 1 – AFTERNOON – FRIDAY
2:00
How I turned my class
upside down
Soledad Garnier
Personal history
She’s known around town as
Soledad Garnier. But to the
parents and teachers who read
her blog, she’s “Madame Flip,” a
fourth- and fifth-grade teacher
who has her students wear Go
Pros, use Twitter, and produce
digital content.
3:00
L’École nouvelle d’Antony [the
New School of Antony], where
students and parents are in
charge
Véronique Felenbok
and her daughters
Testimonial and screening
Véronique Felenbok went
from parent to instructor at
l’École nouvelle d’Antony, an
alternative school that uses
cooperative committees (one
in each class) to keep students
involved in the organization of
their academic lives.
4:00
Who participates in
participatory housing?
Helga Dullenkopf, Léo Garros
and Marc Laulanie
Discussion and screening
The former is a member of the
Scop Atelier 15 and a network
of 150 architects seeking
alternative solutions. He’ll
present three participatory
housing projects currently
in development. The latter is
the head of the “politics of the
city” project at the town hall
of Paris’s 18th arrondissement.
He’ll explain how politics are
opening up to participation by
inhabitants.
6:00
Être et devenir
[Being and Becoming]
By Clara Bellar
Documentary—screening
Stories of parents who have
chosen not to send their
children to school, who trust
them to learn on their own
based on what interests them.
A tour of four countries: the
United States, Germany (where
it’s illegal not to go to school),
France, and England.
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SATURDAY – MORNING – SÉCHOIR 1
9:00
Uberize me
By Christophe Charlot
Web series—screening
For one month, a Belgian
journalist tried to earn a living by
working for the new actors in the
participatory economy (Airbnb,
Deliveroo, Take eat easy, etc.).
10:00
The promises and pitfalls of
the sharing economy
Léo Garros, Sandrine Lana,
Anne-Sophie Novel, Jean
Pichinoty, Fiodor Rilov,
Maxime de Rostolan…
Field notes
Blue Bees, crowdfunding of
green agriculture, the film
Tomorrow, a bookstore funded
on Ulule, a cooperative grocery
store, organic tea produced by
former Fralib, the battle of former
employeers of Samsonite...
In ten minutes, project leaders
will tell us about the lessons
learned from participatory
economics. This workshop is
open to anyone who wants to
share their victories, large and
small, as well as their failures.
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12:00
When patients
change medicine
The Patients’ University, the
Seintinelles (Guillemette
Jacob), representatives and
medical advisors of patient
groups.
Round table
What are patients groups
capable of? In order to read a
research protocol, you have to
be educated. But how do you get
an education when you’re sick?
Who keeps the data that patients
groups collect?
Seintinelles is a collaborative
research platform that brings
together researchers and
citizens in order to speed up
cancer research. The Patients’
University is a pedagogical
tool that is integrated in the
university experience of patients
suffering from chronic illnesses.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“Changing prison,” p. 10.
SÉCHOIR 1 – AFTERNOON – SATURDAY
2:00
Wikipedia: a perfect
digital democracy?
Pierre-Carl Langlais
Open forum
Endives vs. radicchio, the
heights of football players, the
Fukushima disaster…PierreCarl Langlais, a Wikipedia
admin, examines what the
fights between contributors
can show us about the
“encyclopedia for dummies.”
5:30
The world according to…
Yann Guégan
Maps and distoritions
Le Monde, Libération, Sud
Ouest , Mediapart, Courrier
international, Astrapi, Harper's
Magazine, XXI : each publication
has its own vision of the world.
Yann Guégan, editor of the site
“In my lab,” demonstrates the
news media’s obsessions and
black holes.
3:30
What are the new media
spaces for readers?
With journalists from
Briefme, Les Jours,
Live Magazine, Mediapart,
Rue89, XXI
Round table
Between letters to the
editor, Internet comments,
crowdfunding, citizen
journalism, and social networks,
how can individuals today
take part in the production of
information? A round-the-world
poll of experiences and the
latest initiatives.
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The day after the attacks of November 13, a stunned
France realized it was entering a war. The shock
passed, leaving a continued state of emergency.
What is the upshot of these exceptional measures?
Who are the young people joining the ranks of
the Islamic State? What do we know about this
organization that has turned our analytical
framework upside down? What are intelligence
services doing to combat this threat?
With Mourad Benchellali, Adrienne Charmet, Thomas
Dandois, Marie Dosé, Herdir, Wassim Nasr, Arthur Quesnay,
Matthieu Suc, David Thomson, François-Xavier Trégan,
Yves Trotignon and Tomas van Houtryve.
By Mathilde Boussion and Gwendoline Debono.
Exhibition photos by Tomas van Houtryve, Quand le ciel est bleu
[Blue Sky Days], published for the first time in Harper's Magazine.
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DECODING TERROR
SÉCHOIR 2 – MORNING – FRIDAY
9:30
Fact or Fiction?
Wassim Nasr
Decoding
The Islamic State (Daech) has
masterfully expanded the
boundaries of terror—and it’s
ensconced in rumors. Should we
believe everything we hear?
Wassim Nasr, who specializes in
jihadist movements for France
24, does some sifting.
10:15
Jihad on credit
David Thomson
Account
David Thomson, a journalist
at RFI, has spent four years
talking to young jihadis. He
presents portraits of the new
believers, who are buying their
tickets to Syria on credit.
11:00
Jihadis' wives
Matthieu Suc
Account
For six years, Matthieu Suc
worked on human-interest stories. Circumstances eventually
led him to the terrorism beat, and
he began looking into the women
who shared their lives with the
Charlie Hebdo killers.
11 :45
Predicting the outcome
Mourad Benchellali
Personal history
He’s seen the prisons of Al-Qaida,
Guantánamo, and Fleury-Mérogis.
Mourad Benchellali, sent to
Afghanistan by his brother in
2001, has always claimed it was all
a big misunderstanding. For a long
time no one wanted to listen to
him. But today his inbox is flooded
with appeals for assistance.
12:30
Intermission
The speakers will respond to
your questions.
1:00
Is the Islamic State
revolutionary?
Wassim Nasr, Arthur Quesnay
and Yves Trotignon
Discussion
Military strategy, recruitment
tactics, communication: the
Islamic State is defying all
expectations. A journalist, a
researcher, and an intelligence
specialist examine the situation.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
Séchoir will host the workshop
“The Disrupters,” p. 21.
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SATURDAY – AFTERNOON – SÉCHOIR 2
2:00
My client is cracking up
Marie Dosé
Personal history
Marie Dosé, an attorney
admitted to the bar in Paris, has
represented dozens of people
under house arrest. Botched
raids, random targeting,
strong-arm tactics—welcome
to the daily absurdities of the
emergency-security state.
3:00
Every state of emergency
Adrienne Charmet
and Yves Trotignon
Discussion
The former, a spokesperson
for La Quadrature du Net
[an organization advocating
for internet free speech and
privacy rights], spends her time
defending digital rights. The
latter wiled away ten years in
intelligence services. Both of
them despair of “total security.”
4:00
Cryptoparty
Herdir
Hands-on workshop
“To get a driver’s license, you
have to take a test, right? Well,
same thing here. People go on
the internet without knowing
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how to work the clutch.” Herdir
is what you call a data lover: he
gives the masses lessons in data
protection, without requesting
anything in exchange. Step by
step, he’ll demonstrate how to
secure your smartphone, encrypt
your emails, and navigate the
Web without being tracked.
6 : 00
Blue Sky Days
Tomas van Houtryve
Photojournalism—Screening
At least 400 civilians have
been killed by drone strikes
in Pakistan since 2004. To
bear witness to this reality for
Harper's Magazine, Tomas van
Houtryve affixed his camera to
a quadcopter. From the skies of
America, he has photographed
gatherings similar to the ones
America targets abroad.
SÉCHOIR 2 – MORNING – SUNDAY
9:30
Another look at the SaintDenis attacks
Matthieu Suc
Account
According to the Ministry of
Interior, during the attacks of
November 18 on Saint-Denis,
security forces “took fire
for hours under conditions
never before encountered.”
Three months later, journalist
Matthieu Suc revealed that out
of the thousands of shots fired
that day, only eleven have been
attributed to the terrorists.
10:30
Daech, paroles de déserteurs
[The deserters’ account
of Daech]
By Thomas Dandois and
François-Xavier Trégan
Documentary—Screening
They have names like Abou
Oussama, Abou Maria, Abou
Ali.... Now these ex-soldiers of
the “Caliphate” recount their
lives under the Islamic State,
from restored electricity to
theology courses to Islamic
tribunals to the abuses that led
them to flee.
> Followed by a discussion with
the filmmakers.
12:00
Help, they’re coming back!
David Thomson
Encounter
This spring, 250 French citizens
reportedly left the Islamic State.
Why did they decide to jump
ship? How will France manage
these returnees? Should we be
afraid of them?
1:00
Intelligence must be saved
Yves Trotignon
and Matthieu Suc
Accounts
Intelligence services are
struggling on the front lines
against terrorists. Matthieu Suc,
a journalist at Mediapart, and
Yves Trotignon, an ex-diplomat
and former employee of the
DGSE [General Directorate for
External Security], review a
system overwhelmed by threats.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“The Disrupters,” p. 23.
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“Afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted.”
This American journalistic maxim also applies
to the citizens who feed the media and the public
sphere with their news, points of view, works, and
innovations. Occasionally they even manage to
overthrow a system.
With Irène Frachon, Fabrice Arfi, Azyz Amami, Guillaume
Ancel, Nadia Khiari (Willis From Tunis), Nicolaï Kobliakov,
Kamel Daoud, Flore Vasseur, Ryad Boulanouar, The Yes Men.
By Augustin Scalbert and Claire Richard.
Exhibition of photos by Nidaa Badwan, from Gaza in Colors.
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nidaa badwan
THE
DISRUPTERS
SÉCHOIR 2 – AFTERNOON – FRIDAY
2:00
Refusing corruption in
Putin's Russia
Nicolaï Kobliakov
Personal history
Until 2015, this Soviet-born
businessman, who has taken
refuge in France for a decade,
had an Interpol Red Notice out
for his arrest and a request for
his extradition from the Russian
government—all because he was
fighting against corruption and
for democracy in his country.
3:00
The bank breaker
Ryad Boulanouar
Personal history
In the span of five minutes in a
corner store, you can get a debit
card and a bank account number,
in exchange for 20 euros in fees
per year. Ryad Boulanouar’s
Nickel account is attractive both
to the financially insecure who
have been rejected by banks and
to banks’ traditional clients who
are fed up with high fees.
4:00
after 9/11, she changed direction
and began writing novels,
depicting the vagaries of the
politico-economic elite and
meeting people trying to effect
change: Julian Assange, Naomi
Klein, Laura Poitras… Portraits
of women and men who are
shaking things up.
5:00
Dismantling the system
Azyz Amami, Flore Vasseur
and Ryad Boulanouar
Discussion
Verbal, written, face to face…
What techniques can we utilize
to unravel the logic of the current
economic system’s disciples. A
few disrupters’ tips and tricks.
6:00
The Yes Men Are Revolting
d’Andy Bichlbaum
and Mike Bonanno
Screening and cocktails
Two American activists trick
economic and political decisionmakers to repudiate their
contributions to climate change.
Disrupting across the globe
Flore Vasseur
Portraits
Flore Vasseur, a graduate of HEC
(Hautes Etudes Commerciales),
started out in marketing, but
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SATURDAY – MORNING – SÉCHOIR 2
9:00
Cartoonists, foot soldiers of
democracy
By Stéphanie Valloatto
and Radu Mihaileanu
Documentary—Screening
This film by Stéphanie Valloatto,
co-written by Radu Mihaileanu
and released in 2014, follows
twelve members of Cartooning
for Peace, all of different
nationalities, including Nadia
Khiari, a Tunisian.
10:00
The end of a dictatorship,
and beyond
Willis From Tunis
Account
In 2011, Nadia Khiari achieved
worldwide renown, without
having really sought it out,
shortly after her first publication.
She charts her trajectory and
her country’s evolution by
presenting a selection of her
sketches: authoritarianism,
Islamism, elitism…nothing
escapes her fierce hand.
11 :00
“Hacktivate” your country
Azyz Amami
Personal history
Azyz Amami, who became a
figure of the Tunisian revolution
at the age of 27, has since
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high school been subjected
to censorship, jailing, and
torture. While passing along a
few methods for “hacking” the
system, he discusses some of his
struggles, and how yesterday’s
allies—Facebook, Google, and
Twitter—can be transformed
into adversaries. Live drawings
by Willis from Tunis.
12 :30
A bull in many China shops
Fabrice Arfi
Personal history
The Cahuzac Affair, WoerthBettencourt, Sarkozy-Qaddafi,
Karachi… These Mediapart
scoops have shaken up
governments, politics, justice
systems, and the media. Fabrice
Arfi reveals some behind-thescenes details and recounts
how he has personally made
it through the turbulence he’s
stirred up.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“Decoding terror,” p. 18.
SÉCHOIR 2 – AFTERNOON – SUNDAY
2:00
Syria: showing horror
Account
Garance Le Caisne
In 2014, photos by “César,”
demonstrating terrifying
evidences of the atrocities of
Bashar al-Assad’s regime, were
seen across the world. “César,” a
military photographer, risked his
life by distributing these images.
Journalist Garance Le Caisne
recounts her encounter with
him, and with this horror.
3:00
Mediator : giving voice
to victims
Personal history
Irène Frachon
In revealing the Mediator
scandal, Irène Frachon,
a pulmonologist, showed
the courage to confront a
powerful laboratory and health
authorities; but the thing that
has stayed with her the most
is her relationships with the
victims. Using their words and
hers, she gives voice to those
whose suffering was caused by a
medication—and a system.
4:00
The genocide of the Tutsis :
a counterhistory
Guillaume Ancel
Personal history
A young officer in 1994, he was
there and he saw it: France
protected the Rwandan regime,
whose million victims would
remain buried in the horror
of history. This assertion,
supported by journalists,
humanitarians, military officers,
and the current government of
Rwanda, is now problematic for
France and its decision-makers
of the time, including Alain
Juppé and Hubert Védrine.
5:00
Lives of pressure, threats,
and violence
Guillaume Ancel, Azyz
Amami, Fabrice Arfi, Kamel
Daoud, Irène Frachon, Nicolaï
Kobliakov, Garance Le Caisne
Personal histories
Whether they’re up against the
army, the government, religion,
the pharmaceutical industry,
or the worldwide impact of an
unconfirmed revelation… The
speakers will recount, among
other things, one moment of
anxiety out of many, and how
they got over it.
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Thousands of women, men, and children—pushed
out by war, crisis, thirst—leave their countries
each year to try for a new life somewhere else. But
in a globalized world, they often find the doors are
bolted shut, with walls erected around territories
and within people’s spirits.
With Amer Ahmad, Cécile Allegra, Claire Billet, Kamel Daoud,
Alice Diop, Corentin Fohlen, Hippolyte, Hedwige Jeanmart,
Olivier Jobard, Sara Kol, Scholastique Mukasonga, Tobie
Nathan, Camilla Panhard, Steve Tientcheu.
By Léna Mauger and Aurélie Charon.
Exhibition of photos by Janet Jarman, from Marisol.
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janet jarman
BORDERS
AND PEOPLE
SÉCHOIR 3 – MORNING – FRIDAY
9:30
Breakfast with photos
Screening
10:00
Voyage en Barbarie
[A trip to Barbaria]
By Cécile Allegra
and Delphine Deloget
Documentary­—screening
Since the Arab Spring, the Sinai
has been transformed into an
immense torture center. Thousands of Eritreans fleeing dictatorship have been kidnapped
by Bedouins. More than 10,000
have not returned..
> Followed by a talk with one of
the directors.
11:30
In their eyes — no. 1
Screening with commentary
Photo reportage: “Des châteaux
en Roumanie” [Châteaux in
Romania] by Petrut Calinescu.
11:45
Changing identity
Tobie Nathan
Personal history
To migrate is to lie. You have to
rewrite your history in order to
begin another. For forty years,
Nathan, an ethnopsychiatrist,
has treated migrants, and it has
altered his own identity.
12:30
In their eyes — no. 2
Screening with commentary
Photo reportage: “Perdre
la raison face aux barbelés”
[“Driven mad by barbed wire”]
by Bülent Kılıç.
12:45
The border for women
Camilla Panhard,
with Hippolyte
Comics immersion
Over the past twenty-five years,
the number of migrants has
doubled worldwide. One of the
most dangerous areas on the
planet is the border between
the United States and Mexico.
Each year, hundreds of women
disappear. For five years, Camilla
Panhard threw herself into this
no man’s land where everyone’s
life is at risk. The comic
artist Hippolyte will do a live
illustration of her story.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“Iran unveiled,” p. 25.
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SATURDAY – AFTERNOON – SÉCHOIR 3
2 :00
Europe, land of dreams and
barbed wire
Claire Billet and Olivier Jobard
Accounts
Kingsley, a Cameroonian,
risks his life to get to France.
Meanwhile, five Afghans cross
7,500 miles… For the past fifteen
years, Billet and Jobard have
been following migrants in exile.
We’ll hear of extraordinary
journeys, and the implicit tale of
an area that’s closing itself off.
3:00
In their eyes — no. 3
Screening with commentary
Photo reportage: “Que ferais-je si
ce bébé était à moi?” [“What would
I do if this were my baby?”] by
Ozan Kose.
3:15
Get out of here…
MC Solaar
Testimonial
Born in Dakar to Chadian
parents, MC Solaar grew up in the
banlieues of Paris in a “northern…
hard-core neighborhood.” After
spending time in Egypt, he
returned to France and dove into
hip-hop. Twenty years later, he
continues to take inspiration
from wandering, pulling ideas
and little bits of culture into the
territories that intrigue him.
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4:15
Murmurings of exile
Scholastique Mukasonga,
with Hippolyte
Personal history
In 1994, the year of the genocide
of Rwanda’s Tutsis, Scholastique
lost 27 members of her family. The
author recounts her internal exile.
5:00
The view from Oran
Kamel Daoud
Account
Kamel Daoud, a journalist for Le
Quotidien d’Oran, is the author
of The Meursault Investigation, a
counterpoint to Albert Camus’s
The Stranger. From Algeria, the
author has been watching Europe
tear itself apart.
5:45
Danton's Death
Steve Tientcheu
Testimonial
Steve grew up in the projects. His
dream was to be an actor and to
perform in Danton’s Death. But
his theater professor at school
explained to him that there are
roles for white people and others
for black people…
6:30
Camera cocktails
Screening
SÉCHOIR 3 – MORNING – SUNDAY
9:30
La permanence [On Call]
By Alice Diop
Documentary—screening
At Avicenne hospital, in Bobigny,
Doctor Geeraert sees migrants
whose maladies can often be
traced to the pain of exile. Over
the course of a year, the director
filmed his consultations.
> Followed by a talk with the
director and Tobie Nathan.
11 H 30
In their eyes — no. 4
Screening with commentary
Photo reportage: “Ni Allah ni
maître” [“Neither Allah nor
master”] by Corentin Fohlen.
12 H 45
In their eyes — no. 5
Screening with commentary
Photo reportage: “Badanti” by
Roberta Valerio.
1:00
In search of Dilara
Hedwige Jeanmart
Account
In 2014, Russia annexed Crimea,
a province of Ukraine. In the
months since, Jeanmart hasn’t
had any news of her friend Dilara.
The author goes looking for her.
From 2:00 to 6:00, this
séchoir will host the workshop
“Iran unveiled,” p. 31.
11 H 45
Syria, a burnt land
Amer Ahmad and Sara Kol
Personal history
Amer, a journalist, participated
in the Syrian revolution in the
spring of 2011 and met Sara, a
student of English. Arrested
and jailed three times by Bashar
al-Assad’s regime, Amer fled on
foot. The couple has now taken
refuge in Paris.
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Over the past twenty-five years, the number of
migrants has doubled worldwide. One of the
most dangerous areas on the planet is the border
between the United States and Mexico. Each
year, hundreds of women disappear. For five
years, Camilla Panhard threw herself into this
no man’s land where everyone’s life is at risk. The
comic artist Hippolyte will do a live illustration
of her story.
With Abbas, Armin Arefi, Élise Caron, Amir Hassan
Cheheltan, Sarah Doraghi, Mehdi Jahandar, Mana Neyestani,
Jean-Pierre Perrin and Ahmad Salamatian.
By Marion Quillard and Delphine Minoui.
Exhibition of photos by Jeremy Suyker, from Les Insolents de Téhéran.
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jeremy suyker
IRAN UNVEILED
SÉCHOIR 3 – AFTERNOON – FRIDAY
2:00
Special correspondent – no. 1
Jean-Pierre Perrin
Stand-up
Perrin, a veteran journalist for
Libération, has been going to
Iran since 1980. He recounts
his favorite memories and most
improbable encounters in six
small sketches.
2:15
No Land’s Song
By Ayat Najafi
Film – screening
In Iran, women do not have
the right to sing in mixed
company. In spite of this, a
female composer endures long
negotiations with censors as
she undertakes a project to
bring three Iranian women
and three French women
to a stage in Tehran.
> Followed by a discussion
with Élise Caron, one of
the singers in the film, who
describes the production. Then
Amir Hassan Cheheltan, a
writer in Tehran, revisits his
own experience of censorship.
5:00
Intermission
Come meet the participants in
the Iran Unveiled workshop and
get the chance to ask them all
your questions.
5:30
The journalist and the mullah
Delphine Minoui
and Mehdi Jahandar
Account
When she was a correspondent
in Tehran, Delphine became
friends with a mullah. One day,
he came to her wearing a leather
jacket, with a tender offer on
his lips. The journalist and the
mullah are reuniting again for
the first time at Couthures. An
unlikely encounter, focused
on love and religion.
6:15
Camera cocktails
Screening
A perfect moment to have a glass
and get acquainted with the
best in Iranian photography.
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SATURDAY – MORNING – SÉCHOIR 3
9:30
Breakfast with photos
Screening
Photojournalism served up
with tea and pastries, for a
tranquil start to the day.
> With photographer
Jeremy Suyker.
10:00
My revolution
Abbas
Account—screening
Abbas, a member of the Magnum
photography agency, covered
the Islamic Revolution of
1979. He goes back through
his archives and recounts
the birth of a regime that has
survived a series of crises.
11:45
Because of a cockroach
Mana Neyestani
Personal history—drawing
In 2006, Neyestani published
a drawing of a cockroach
speaking an Azerbaijani word—
and sparked protests. Twelve
people died amid the regime’s
repressive response. Ten years
later, this cartoonist, forced into
exile, draws her own story.
12:15
Special correspondent — no. 3
Jean-Pierre Perrin
Stand-up
12:30
Intermission
Join in a discussion with the
séchoir participants—whether
they’ve frustrated, intrigued,
or delighted you!
An illusive opening
Armin Arefi
Personal history
Arefi, a journalist who was
forced to leave Iran in 2007,
finally made it back a few months
ago. At Couthures, he questions
the supposed opening up of
his country. What has really
changed in Tehran?
11:30
1:30
11:00
Special correspondent — no. 2
Jean-Pierre Perrin
Stand-up
Perrin, a veteran journalist for
Libération, has been going to
Iran since 1980. He recounts
his favorite memories in six
small sketches.
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Special correspondent — no. 4
Jean-Pierre Perrin
Stand-up
From 2:00 to 6:00, this séchoir
will host the workshop “Borders
and people,” p. 30.
SÉCHOIR 3 – AFTERNOON – SUNDAY
2:00
Special correspondent — no. 5
Jean-Pierre Perrin
Stand-up
Perrin, a veteran journalist for
Libération, has been going to
Iran since 1980. He recounts
his favorite memories and most
improbable encounters in six
small sketches.
2:15
Red Rose
By Sepideh Farsi
Film—screening
It’s June of 2009, and young
people are in the streets.
A protestor tweeting the
revolution encounters a man
twenty years her senior, shut
away in his apartment in
the upscale northern part of
Tehran. A love story between
two revolutionaries.
> Followed by a conversation
with Ahmad Salamatian, a
former politician who became a
bookseller in Paris. What was the
name of this revolt?
and bargain in metaphors,
whether in the bazaar or in
nuclear talks. We’ll open to a
random page of Hafez’s Divan,
select a poem, and read our
futures between its lines.
4:45
A funny kind of exile
Sarah Doraghi
One-woman show
Doraghi, who came to France
at the age of ten, recounts her
adaptation in a one-woman show
all “based on a true story.”
6:00
Special correspondent — no. 6
Jean-Pierre Perrin
Stand-up
6:15
Camera cocktails
Screening
Before the end of the festival,
come have a glass and get
acquainted with the best
in Iranian photography.
4:15
What a poem!
Delphine Minoui
Account
In Iran, people talk in quatrains,
argue in verse, resist in poems,
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THE LITTLE EDITORIAL
DEPARTMENT
The Couthures festival is an opportunity for our
youngest to try on the outfit of minireporters.
We’ll put them behind cameras, give them
paintbrushes, markers, and microphones. Let the
adventure begin!
By Annie Cabrera and Virginie Blanc.
> The festival is free for children under
12. The studio is open to children ages
5 to 12 (subject to space limitations).
Registration goes from 9:00 a.m.
and takes place at the entrance to
the studio (the village school). You
may register for either a half day or
a full day (lunch not included).
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SCHOOL
The festival gazette
Putting together a newspaper
Working in teams, on the
Couthures grounds, the kids will
learn the ropes of reporting by
creating their own newspaper.
They’ll have meetings and
conduct interviews with the
séchoir participants, and will
be encouraged to get a better
understanding of the world,
while having fun in the process.
Photographes-in-training
Photo studio
A hands-on photography
workshop using the world’s
simplest device: the pinhole
camera. We’ll explore every
stage in the creation of an
image: from constructing the
camera to framing a shot to
developing prints. Later, we’ll
exhibit our creations.
Milan Presse, which specializes in
youth publishing, will offer media
education workshops to children
ages 5 to 12, with editors in chief,
journalists, photographers,
and designers from a variety of
magazines: GEO Ado, Julie, Wapiti,
Toupi, and Toboggan.
The workshops will provide a
fun and exciting way for kids
to learn about journalism.
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In this workshop, we’ll
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Ils s’appellent Hano, Sava, Nali,
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11 ans... Et s’ils gardent leur manteau
en classe, c’est parce que leur école
est un baraquement de bois sans
chauffage. Pourtant, cette école les
met à l’abri de la pluie et du vent. Et
dans l’immense bidonville de Calais
où ils survivent, l’école est le seul
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endroit où ils ont une vie « normale ».
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pays avec leur famille et parcouru
des milliers de kilomètres pour tenter
de rejoindre l’Angleterre. Mais leur
chemin s’est arrêté en France, face à
la mer, dans le port de Calais.
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to become acquainted with
1jour1actu, the first crossplatform publication that takes on
the news for children.
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A DAY IN THE VILLAGE
ARTE Radio
Cinema in my ears
Audio reports that are fun, poetic,
political. Cinema for the ears
presented by Silvain Gire.
> Every day at 11:00 and 4:00 at
the hangar near the school.
Family portraits
Outdoor studio
Get your family portraits taken by
professional photographers…
> Daily next to the school
FRIDAY
3:00
The metamorphoses of the press
Arrêt sur images, Books,
Courrier international, Les
Jours, and Mediapart
Field notes
The press is reinventing itself.
These five organizations have all
set off in different directions.
> Village stage
4:00
Reading
Marie Desplechin,
Scholastique Mukasonga
and Jean-Claude Guillebaud
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Two novelists and an
essayist lend their voices
to stories and testimonies.
> Village stage
4:45
Disco Soup Couthures
Tasty fruit and disco!
> Village stage
SATURDAY
10:00
Reading
Marie Desplechin,
Scholastique Mukasonga
Two novelists lend their voices
to stories and testimonies.
> Village stage
11:00
Art, creator of the universe
Art Spiegelman
with John R. MacArthur
and Patrick de Saint-Exupéry
Encounter
Art Spiegelman, author of the cultclassic comic Maus (winner of the
Pulitzer), recounts his history and
talks about his undertakings.
> Village stage
> In the village
Balkan Transit, Olivier Jobard
> In the poplar grove
> Guided tour Sunday at 2:00
alain laboile
One-on-one with the press #1
Speed dating
Get to know one of the
journalists from Arrêt sur
images, Books, Courrier
international, Les Jours, and
Mediapart. Ask them anything!
jobard / myop
5:00
SUNDAY
La famille, Alain Laboile
> In the village
> Guided tour Sunday at 3:00
abdulaziz
Photography stroll
Guided tours with the exhibition
photographers
Sulina, Balkan Transit,
La Famille [The Family], and
Africa America.
> At 11:00, 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00
2:00
> In the village
Water Stories, M. Abdulaziz
> On the church walls
guionie / myop
One-on-one with the press #2
Speed dating
Ask them anything!
pebrel / myop
PHOTO EXHIBITS
Africa America, P. Guionie
> In the poplar grove
> > Guided tour Sunday at 4:00
Sulina, Julien Pebrel
> On the dock
> Guided tour Sunday at 11:00
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IN THE CHURCH
minzayar
FRIDAY
40 photo stories
With the Lumix festival
Photo essay screening
Stories from around the world
projected onto a giant screen.
> at 9:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:00
5:00
On n’est pas que des valises
ou l’épopée des salariés
de
Samsonite
[We are more than luggage,
or the epic of the Samsonite
employees]
d’Hélène Desplanques
Reality theater
>The incredible story of Samsonite
employees in Hénin-Beaumont.
Their factory was closed: total
liquidation, fraud… With the
help of an attorney, Fiodor Rilov,
the workers took this American
multinational corporation to
court. This is a true story, a
modern tale. The workers-actors
take to the stage to recount
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ten years of struggle. On the
other side is Mitt Romney, star
of the financial markets.
> Stage direction: Marie
Liagre – Actors: the former
factory employees.
> A custom-made theatrical
form, in an exclusive
production for Couthures,
before the premiere this fall.
SATURDAY
40 photo stories
With the Lumix festival
Photo essay screening
Stories from around the world
projected onto a giant screen.
> at 9:00, 1:00, 7:00, 9:00
11:30
Résistance naturelle
[Natural resistance]
de Jonathan Nossiter
Documentary—screening
In the tradition of Mondovino,
Jonathan Nossiter goes off
in search of Italian vintners
making natural wines. An
intimate reflection on the lives
and visions of these “resistance
fighters.” A politically
committed and poetic film.
3:00
The New Yorker drops its cover
Françoise Mouly
with Stéphane Paoli
Conference—screening
The artistic director of
the New Yorker, one of the
oldest American magazines,
shares her experiences
and explains the priorities
involved in artistic creation.
SUNDAY
5:00
Jusqu’au bout [Up to the Edge]
By Éric Bouvet
Reading
In Chechnya, photojournalist
Éric Bouvet reached the limits
of sanity, and went to the edge
of madness. His photos and text
bear witness not only to the
horror he witnessed, but also to
a desire for humanity. Immersed
in the conflict, he began to feel
the need to come back with words
and images showing the necessity
of survival. The form and content
of his work recount a desire for
life in the midst of hellish conflict.
> Discussion with Éric Bouvet
after the reading.
Je suis prêt [I am ready]
By Sarah Tick
Documentary theater
> Confessions of a reformed
drug smuggler, inspired by the
documentary El Sicario, Room
164, by Gianfranco Rosi.
In a hotel room, a hooded hit man
tells his secrets. He describes
a twenty-year clandestine
criminal life, during which, after
having been a member of the
local police force, he tortured,
kidnapped, and killed more than
a hundred people.
> Artistic collaboration: Sarah
Tick from the troupe Le
Chant des Rives – Adaptation/
performance: Thomas Matalou
from the collective ADM – Stage
management: Julien Crepin/
Francois Dugest.
40 photo stories
Avec le festival Lumix
Screening de photoreportages
Des accounts du monde entier
projetés sur écran géant.
> at 9:00, 1:00, 4:30
3:00
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EVENING
FRIDAY
6:00
Free form
MC Solaar
Sidebar
MC Solaar welcomes to the stage
the people he’s met, and who
have had an impact on him, over
the course of the day…
> Village stage
8:00
A live show of true stories
Live Magazine
Magazine performance
Journalists, photographers,
directors, and writers come
onstage to tell crazy-but-true
stories.
> In the church
9:00
Agar Agar / Cracki Records
Concert
Clara and Armand, a young duo
whose rhythmic music recalls the
eighties
> Village stage
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10:00
Faire
Concert
Psychedelic guitars with a disco beat
> Village stage
10:00
Fatima
By Philippe Faucon
Film—screening
One day, Fatima, a single mother,
falls in a stairwell… While on
a leave of absence from work,
she begins writing in Arabic the
things she has never been able to
say to her daughters in French.
> Séchoir 3
12:00
DJ Tonanz aka Augustin S.
DJ set DISTURBERS
Celebrating a disruptive musical
century!
> In the field
1:30
PAKO
DJ set
> In the field
10:30
SATURDAY
6:00
Free form
MC Solaar
Sidebar
MC Solaar welcomes to the stage
people he's met throughout the day.
> Village stage
9:00
The sponsor’s stylings
MC Solaar
Concert
Scholar Maurice Druon once
described him as having “revived
poetry”: Claude M’Barali, better
known as MC Solaar, is an unusual
artist. He’s a pioneer of French rap
and a lover of words, and he brings
a smooth flow to the whole range
of hip-hop sound.
> Village stage
Babel / MIK Prod
Concert
Four musicians take on
French music, adding in a
little touch of electro…
> Village stage
12:00
DJ set by night
PAKO
Concert
> In the field
SUNDAY
4:00
Good Bal Marylou
Dance party
With a band
Give yourself a proper sendoff.
Until 7.
> Village stage
10:30
Le Client [The Client]
By Asghar Farhadi
Film—preciew screening
Forced out of their apartment in
Tehran, Emad and Rana move
into a new building. An incident
involving the former tenant will
upend the young couple’s life.
> Séchoir 3
39
quiz
Production
VILLAGE (p. 5)
ÉGLISE (p. 36)
Food
revolutions
Borders and
people
12:00
screening
40 photo stories with the Lumix festival
ARTE Radio
1:00
Changing identity #2
screening
Anaïs s’en va-t-en guerre
[Anaïs Is Going to War]
in
comics immersion
their
eyes The border for women
intermis- discussion
sion
Is the Islamic State
revolutionary?
discussion
Open prisons: a solution?
round table
round table
Where have the real
How to save our seeds?
farmers gone?
cinema in my ears
#1
in
personal
their
eyes history
personal
history
Predicting the
outcome
testimonial – expo
Prisoners' Island
account
Jihadis' wives
11:00
screening – discussion
Voyage en Barbarie
[A Trip to Barbaria]
b'fast
Screening
SÉCHOIR 3 (p. 25)
Decoding
terror
account
Jihad on credit
testimonial
Surviving Guantánamo
decoding
Fact or fiction
breakfast
Drawing the joint
10:00
SÉCHOIR 2 (p. 17)
Changing
prison
SÉCHOIR 1 (p. 9)
9:00
FRIDAY RÉCAP’
ÉGLISE (p. 36)
VILLAGE (p. 34)
Iran unveiled
SÉCHOIR 3 (p. 29)
The disrupters
SÉCHOIR 2 (p. 21)
Participation:
a user's manual
SÉCHOIR 1 (p. 13)
field notes
The metamorphoses of
the press
screening
discussion
Anaïs s’en va-t-en guerre Dystopia
[Anaïs Is Going to War]
#1
personal history
Bank breaker
test – screen
L’École nouvelle
d’Antony, where
students & parents are
in charge
3:00
l’iran screening – échange
de
perrin No Land’s Song
personal history
Refusing corruption in
Putin's Russia
personal history
How I turned my class
upside down
2:00
5:00
seed workshop
free form
Cultivating your garden MC Solaar
camera
cocktails
Screening
screening
The Yes Men Are
Revolting
screening
Être et devenir
[Being and Becoming]
6:00
intermis- account
sion
The journalist
and the mullah
discussion
Dismantling the
system
+ EVENING PAGES 38-39
theater
On n’est pas que des valises ou l’épopée
des salariées de Samsonite [We’re more than
luggage, or the epic of the Samsonite employees]
goûter fruité
Disco Soup
screening
40 photo histories with
the Lumix festival
ears
cinema in my
reading
portraits
Disrupting across the
globe
discussion – screening
Who participates in participatory housing
4:00
ÉGLISE (p. 36)
VILLAGE (p. 34)
Iran unveiled
SÉCHOIR 3 (p. 30)
The disrupters
SÉCHOIR 2 (p. 22)
Participation:
a user's manual
SÉCHOIR 1 (p. 14)
11H
field notes
The promises and pitfalls of the sharing economy
10H
reading
account
My revolution
screening
40 photo stories with the Lumix festival
b'fast
Screening
personal
history
B/c of a
cockroach
#3
perrin's
iran
screening
Résistance naturelle
[Natural Resistance]
cinema in my ears
ARTE Radio
encounter
Art, creator of the universe
#2
intermis- perrin's
sion
iran
13H
#4
perrin's
iran
screening
40 photo stories with
the Lumix festival
personal history
An illusive opening
personal history
A bull in many China shops
round table
When patients change medicine
12H
screening
account
personal history
Cartoonists, foot soldiers The end of a
"Hactivate" your country
of democracy
dictatorship, and beyond
screening
Uberize me
9H
SATURDAY RÉCAP’
quiz
Eating
VILLAGE (p. 6)
ÉGLISE (p. 36)
Food revolutions
in
testimonial
their
eyes Get out of here
#2
screening
40 photo stories with
the Lumix festival
4:00
conférence
The New Yorker drops
its cover
cinema in my ears
ARTE Radio
screening
40 photo stories with
the Lumix festival
+ EVENING PAGES 38-39
théâtre
Je suis [I Am]
camera
cocktails
Screening
atelier cuisine
Le Goût sauvage
testimonial
Danton's death
camera cocktails
Screening
camera cocktails
Screening
6:00
speed dating #1
One-on-one with the press
round table
account
Looking for
Dilara
encounter
Turning the page
5:00
Approaches to wine Natural wine, prod., cult.
round table
personal
history
Murmurings of
exile
hands-on workshop
Cryptoparty
personal history
Artistic evasion
reading round table
Magrets How to eat well
and Co.
personal history
Europe, land of dreams
and barbed wire
Borders and
people
3:00
personal history
discussion
My client is cracking up Every state of
emergency
personal history
Baumettes' antenna
SÉCHOIR 3 (p. 26)
Decoding terror
SÉCHOIR 2 (p. 18)
Changing prison
SÉCHOIR 1 (p. 10)
2:00
ÉGLISE (p. 37)
Food revolutions
VILLAGE (p. 7)
Borders and
people
SÉCHOIR 3 (p. 27)
Decoding terror
SÉCHOIR 2 (p. 19)
Changing prison
SÉCHOIR 1 (p. 11)
quiz
Growth
screening
40 photo stories with the Lumix
festival
b'fast
screening – discussion
La permanence
[On Call]
12:00
screening – échange
Le potager de mon grand-père
[My Grandfather’s Vegetable Garden]
cinema in my ears
ARTE Radio
guided tour
Sulina
#4
in
personal historys
their
eyes Syria, a burnt land
#5
accounts
Intelligence must be
saved
discussion
Are French prisons in
crisis?
1:00
screening
40 photo stories with the
Lumix festival
in
account
their
eyes Looking for Dilara
account
Help, they're coming
back!
documentary – screening
À l’air libre [In the Open Air]
11:00
documentary – screening
Daech, paroles de déserteurs
Daech, according to its deserters
personal history
The combatant
10:00
account
Another look at the
Saint-Denis attacks
b'fast
Chasing Bonnie
and Clyde
9:00
SUNDAY RÉCAP’
ÉGLISE (p. 37)
VILLAGE (p. 35)
Iran unveiled
SÉCHOIR 3 (p. 31)
The disrupters
SÉCHOIR 2 (p. 23)
Participation: a
user's manual
SÉCHOIR 1 (p. 15)
3:00
guided tour
guided tour
Balkan Transit
reading
Jusqu’au bout
[Up to the Edge]
One-on-one with the press La famille
4:00
5:00
one-woman-show
A funny kind of exile
#6
perrin's
iran
camera cocktails
Screening
+ EVENING PAGES 38-39
screening
40 photo stories with the Lumix festival
cinema in my ears
ARTE Radio
guided tour
Afrika America
account
What a
poem!
6:00
maps and distortions
The world according to...
personal history
personal historys
The genocide of the
Lives or pressure,
Tutsis : a counterhistory threats, and violence
round table
What are the new media spaces for readers?
personal history
Mediator : giving voice
to victims
screening – discussion
Red Rose
speed dating #2
#5
perrin's
iran
account
Syria: showing horror
open forum
Wikipedia: a perfect digital
democracy?
2:00
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Riboud-Graziani ; Maïa Ricadat ; Marie-Claire
Richard-Multeau ; Dominik Richard-Multeau ;
Pauline Riffaut ; Angélique Rigault ; Laure Rigoudy ;
Denis Robert ; Juliette Robert ; Pascale Robert-Diard ;
Juliette Rochet ; Cédric Roger-Vasselin ; Sophie
Romanotto ; Cécile Rongier ; Sébastien Rossano ;
Miguel Rotenberg ; Sabrina Rouillé ; Étienne
Rouillon ; Stéphane Rouquet ; Stefania Rousselle ;
Svetlana Rouveure ; Nicolas Rudaz ; Hélène
Ruffenach ; Pascal Ruffenach ; Jean-Jacques Ruiz ;
Catherine Ruiz ; Véronique Rumolino ; Claudio
Rumolino ; Simone Ryf ; Christian Ryo ; Benjamin
Sabbah ; Laure Sagot ; Louise de Saint-Exupéry ;
Marin de Saint-Exupéry ; Jeanne Sallaberry ; Fréderic
Sallet ; Agathe Sands ; Maude Sapin ; Geneviève
Sartre ; Myriam Sauvage ; Lou Sauvajon ; Maxellende
Scalbert ; Marion Scherrer ; Céline Schmitt ; Mathilde
Schneider ; Christian Scoffier ; Christine Scoffier ;
Victoria Scoffier ; Vincent Sebire ; Aure Séguier ;
Marie-Hélène Senez ; Jean-Paul Senez ; Jérôme
Sentilhes ; Noémie Sergent ; Pierre Serizay ; Lydie
Siliec ; François Simon ; Fanch Simonet ; Audrey
Siourd ; Ophélie Siwek ; Christelle Soisnard ; Mélanie
Soufflet ; Françoise Souliman ; La Soupe de l’Espace ;
Maïa Souviron ; Claire Stefani ; Françoise Stehelin ;
Gérard Stehelin ; Patrick Stex ; Katy Stone ; Aleth
Stroebel ; Gautier Subtil ; Marie-Hélène Subtil ;
Marie-Pierre Subtil ; Laurent Subtil ; Nathalie
Subtil-Chedru ; Xavier Subtil ; Cerise Sudry-Le Dû ;
Jeremy Suyker ; Marie Suyker ; Dahina Sy ; Isabelle
Talès ; Ilhame Taoufiqi ; Sophie Tardy-Joubert ; Esra
Tat ; Adrien Taudiere ; Stephanie Tchiombiano ;
Mehdi Teffahi ; Jean Terrier ; Virginie Terroitin ;
Jeanne Thibaudeau ; Margaux Thierrée ; Claudie
Thomas-Simon ; Lenaïg Thoraval ; Sylvain Thuault ;
Cecil Thuillier ; Juliette Tissot ; Pauline Tissot ;
Quentin Toffolini ; Sandrine Tolotti ; Marie-France
Tome ; Jean-Loup Traoré ; Ariane Tricaud ; Marc
Trombe ; Sandra Troupenat ; Aurélie Trybus ; Marion
Vaisse ; Benoît Vaïsse ; Roberta Valerio ; Marine
Valignat ; Pierre de Vallombreuse ; Julia Vandal ; Jean
Vandenhove ; Luc Vanhuffel ; Mathilde Vanmansart ;
Corinne Vanmerris ; Pierre Vedel ; Jacques
Verwaerde ; Sarah Vieux ; Thierry Vigreux ; Anne
Vilacèque ; Bernard Vivien ; Émilie Weynants ;
Florence Willaert ; Fabrice Wittner ; Diane Wulwek ;
Laurie Ysmal ; Laurence Zarra ; Jean-Claude Zaugg
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