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Olivier Hadouchi: Cinema(s) of Liberation / Lecture / Salon of MoCAB, 4.03.14. at 6 P.M.

Talk programs | 04.03.2014
Olivier Hadouchi: Cinema(s) of Liberation in the time of Non-Aligned, Tricontinental and Third World's De-colonisation (1945-1975) / Lecture

Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, 14 Pariska street
March 4, 2014. at 6 P.M.

Hadouchi will talk about various experiences expressed in various manifestos like « For a Parallel cinema » (born in France in 1961 in the context of Algerian War of Independance), « Towards a Third Cinema » (Fernando Solanas and Octavio Getino, Argentina, 1969). The term of « Third Cinema » was linked with the emergence of the geopolitical notion of « Third World » in the 1950's and the Non-Aligned in the context of the Cold War. 

These cinemas of Liberation developed various strategies, various figures, to promote liberation in the fields of art and cinema (inventing new forms) with political's aspects (anticolonial, alternative and anti-imperial).

The lecture is a part of the project Non-Alligned Modernities, Centre for Visual Culture of MoCAB. The project is concieved as a multiple-year investigation into the role of the Non-Aligned Movement as an active agent of the international relations during the Cold War and within the emancipatory heritage of such supranational model of international cooperation for todays globalised art, culture, and politics. The project’s public presentations, in the form of film projections, panel discussions and lectures, printed publications and documentary exhibitions, will aim at providing the full perspective on the historical role of the Movement, and shedding light on the ways of cultural and economic exchanges, as well as diverse types of collaboration in the processes of modernisation of its member-countries.

Olivier Hadouchi is born in 1972 in Paris (France), lives and works here. PhD in Cinema Studies (Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3) in 2012 “Cinéma and the liberation struggles: genesis, practices and formal innovations around the Tricontinental (1966-1975)”. Interest on independent, parallel, militant and liberation's cinema (theories and practices). Lectures (INHA and Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, Fundation Serralves, Portugal, Fine Arts School of Lyon, of Nantes, of Lorient...), film presentations (Cinémathèque française, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Arsenal and Zeughauskino Berlin, MAMA Algiers) and curating (Le BAL and Bétonsalon Paris, Cinéma du Gütli-Head, Geneva, forthcoming : one screening program at Courtisane Festival, Ghent-Belgium). Texts published in CinémAction, Third Text (n° 108), Mondes du Cinéma and La Furia Umana.