DE | 2023 | 52' | HD | German, English | By Marion Kollbach | 3B-Produktion | Broadcaster: ARTE
DE | 2022 | 52' | HD | German, English | By Linn Sackarnd | 3B-Produktion | Broadcaster: ARTE
IT | 2020 | 52’ / feature length version possible if pre-buy | HD | English (sub.), Italian (voice-over and sub.), French (sub.) | by Luca Cococetta and Marco Zaccarelli | Visioni Future
The American iconic artist revolutionized land art by using Corten Steel in monumental installations, exhibited in the most prestigious museums all around the world (MET in NY, the White House Sculpture Garden, the Smithsonian’s Institution in Washington DC, les Jardins du Palais Royal in Paris, Palazzo Degli Uffizi in Florence, Italy, etc.). In Todi, Italy, she drives us into her creative process while preparing the inauguration of the park paying a tribute to her work. This documentary retraces her artistic and personal evolution.
DE | 2020 | 52' | HD | German, English (sub.), French version to be bought to ARTE | By Yasemin Ergin & Lucie Tamborini | 3B-Produktion | Broadcaster: ZDF-ARTE
DE | 2020 | 52' | HD | German, English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Henrike Sandner | 3B-Produktion | Broadcasters: ZDF-ARTE, ORF
DE | 2019 | 4x26' | 4K | English (sub.), German, French to be bought to ARTE sales | By Claudia Kuhland, Susanna Schürmann, Cordula Echterhoff | DreamTeam Medienproduktion | Broadcasters: ARTE, Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk
DE | 2016-2017 | 5x52' | HD | German, English (sub.), Spanish, French (ARTE DISTRIBUTION) | By Andreas Gräfenstein, Sylvie Kürsten & Henrike Sandner | 3B-Produktion | Broadcasters: ZDF/ARTE
Most significant developments in art history often result from the fierce competition between genius masters. In this series, we discover the fruitful rivalries between renowned artists: Leonardo Da Vinci versus Michelangelo, Vincent Van Gogh versus Paul Gauguin, Emil Nolde versus Max Liebermann, Turner versus Constable and Caravaggio versus Baglione.
FR | 2016 | 52' | HD | French | By Jean-Marc Gosse | Axe Sud | Broadcaster: France Télévisions
FR | 2015 | 68' | HD | French (sub.), English (sub.) | By François Combin | Urubu Films
Xavier Veilhan, one of the most internationally renowned French visual artist represented France at
the Venice Biennale in 2017. In this documentary, he invests seven emblematic modernist houses in the USA, Russia, Spain & France with striking elegant installations & performances
(sculptures, music, lighting effects etc.) where visitors can interact.
Locations : the VDL Research House by Richard Neutra, the Case Study House n°21 by Pierre Koenig and The Sheats-Goldstein Residence by John Lautner (Los Angeles), the Cité Radieuse by Le Corbusier (Marseille), The Sainte-Bernadette du Banlay by Paul Virilio and Claude Parent (Nevers), the Melnikov House (Moscow) and the Pavillon Mies van der Rohe (Barcelone).
CH | 2015 | 52' / 94' | HD | English (sub.), French (sub.), German (sub.) | By Angelo A. Lüdin | Soap Factory GmbH | Broadcaster: SRF
Thomas Hirschhorn is a Swiss artist renowned for his series of ephemeral "monuments" dedicated to major writers and thinkers. After The Netherlands, France and Germany, he created the Gramsci Monument at Forest Houses, a housing in the tenuous surburb of Bronx. The Gramsci Monument building empowered local people and let them connect.
FR | 2014 | 52' | HD | French (sub.) , English (sub.), Italian (sub.) | La Compagnie des Indes | Broadcasters: RTBF, France Television culturebox
Jan Fabre, Belgian multidisciplinary artist, playwright, stage director, choreographer and designer, opens the doors of the enigmatic "Troubleyn", his « artistic lab », a true place of conviviality. The artist’s creation process is unveiled and explained by the artist himself and contributors, such as Georges Banu, art critic and Vincent Baudriller, former director of the Avignon Festival. Behind the versatile artist, we discover the man.
IT | 2015 | 42' | HD | Italian, French (sub.), English (sub.) | By Simone Marcelli | Catrina Producciones | Broadcaster: Sky ARTE HD
On 1 March 2018 will be celebrated 150 years anniversary of the birth of Adolfo Wildt, the great Italian sculptor of late XIXth-beginning of the XXth century, known for his marble sculptures. They blend grace & originality and led the way for numerous modernist sculptors. Recently exhibited in Paris in Orangeries’ Museum and in galleries in New York and Milano, his works can be contemplated all year long at Vatican, Milano and Venetia Modern Art Museum, in Italy.
FR | 2014 | 52' | HD | French, English (sub.), Spanish (sub.), Italian (sub.) | By Marie-Christine Duchalet et Pierre Gadrey | Z'images Productions
Prominent French restaurateurs bring a new and sparkling perspective on their professions. Between exigency and passion, they renovate the furniture, paintings, tapestries, polychrome gilded leathers, taxidermy and stuffed animals of the renowned Maison Mantin, revealing their mysteries and the bourgeois lifestyle of the late nineteenth century.
FR | 2013 | 60' | HD | French (a few sub.), English (dub.) | By David Grinberg | KINEPIX PRODUCTION
Philippe Hosiasson, XXth century painter from Ukraine, risks to be forgotten by the art History. His talent for abstraction, his exhibition beside Soulages by the Kootz gallery in New York & his relationships with renowned painters such as Picasso, Rothko & Motherwell prove how much he deserves a full recognition. Telling chronologically the story of the painter, this film including interviews of key art players rehabilitates his work. You can enjoy some of his paintings in Beaubourg (Paris) and at MoMa (New York).
FR | 2012 | 52' | HD | French, English (sub.) | By Anne Andreu, Emérance Dubas | Coproducers: Cinétévé, ARTE France, Musée d'Orsay | Partners: TV5 Monde, CNC, Editions Montparnasse | Broadcasters: ARTE, TV5 Monde
Impressionism, like no other fine arts movement, has elevated fashion to a real art form. More than simply depicting the clothing style of their contemporaries, impressionist painters tell us something about art. In this documentary, curators, historians and even fashion designers such as Karl Lagarfeld, tell us about the legacy of this movement which promoted a resolute modernism.