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Arcade Formules Video Creations

Film Production for Formules and FPC

  1. Jean Jacques Thomas "Apollinaire il pleut 3D"

    The Calligram "Il pleut" by Apollinaire started as an attempt to create a grammophone record of sound poetry that would capture polyphonic poetic realization better than the book could. Taking a lead of "simultaneism" as proposed by Barzun, Apollinaire wrote three "polyphonic" versions of the poem. Finally he sent it as a "poetic letter" to a friend and asked the avant-garde journal SIC to create an adequate typography. That is the spatial calligram that we know.
    This is an attempt to unify both the polyphonic original intentions of Apollinaire and, using contemporary digital editing, to produce a graphic 3D rendering of the poem that would allow a reading of the text as it moves from top to bottom and remain readable.
    In an PS3 or Xbox environment anyone with a joystick is able to manipulate the 3D text to give it the shape one wants, even to wander into the text that composes the "rain".
    It is part of a general experiment to reinterpret earlier texts that show a clear intent to exist on different type of support beyond the "white page" and paper support.

    Direction and conception Jean Jacques Thomas, The State University of New York.

  2. Lucile Haute "Images fantômes ” [Haute Haunted]

    FORMULES Colloquium Formes : Supports / Espaces
    Organized by Christelle Reggiani, Christophe Reig, Hermes Salceda, Jean-Jacques Thomas

    Lucile Haute "Images fantômes ” [Haute Haunted]

    August 3, 2014, Evening – Château de Cerisy-La-Salle (France)

    Video : Paula Klein & Nicole Dunham
    Titles : Dany Jacob
    Production/ Edition : Jean-Jacques Thomas
    Copyright: Methodigital, 791 Productions, FORMULES, CCIC. 2015, all rights reserved

  3. Célia Houdart lit un extrait de son roman Carrare (Paris : P.O.L, 2011)

    FORMULES Colloquium Formes : Supports / Espaces
    Organized by Christelle Reggiani, Christophe Reig, Hermes Salceda, Jean-Jacques Thomas

    Célia Houdart lit un extrait de son roman Carrare (Paris : P.O.L, 2011)
    August 2nd, 2014, Morning – Château de Cerisy-La-Salle (France)

    Video : Paula Klein & Nicole Dunham
    Titles : Dany Jacob
    Production/ Edition : Jean-Jacques Thomas
    Copyright: Methodigital, 791 Productions, FORMULES, CCIC. 2015, all rights reserved

  4. Jean-Pierre Bobillot "Po Eh Zie ”

    FORMULES Colloquium Formes : Supports / Espaces
    Organized by Christelle Reggiani, Christophe Reig, Hermes Salceda, Jean-Jacques Thomas

    Jean-Pierre Bobillot "Po Eh Zie ”
    Pablo Martín Sánchez & Eléonore Hamaide-Jager

    July 29, 2014, Evening – Chateau de Cerisy-La-Salle (France)

    Video : Paula Klein & Nicole Dunham
    Titles : Dany Jacob
    Production/ Edition : Jean-Jacques Thomas
    Copyright: Methodigital, 791 Productions, FORMULES, CCIC. 2015, all rights reserved

  5. Bernardo Schiavetta "Daddy Dada"

    Bernardo Schiavetta "Daddy Dada"
    Colloque Formules "Forme / informe"
    Cerisy-la-Salle, July 2009
    Camera : Raphaël Trantoul
    Editor: Jean-Jacques Thomas
    Bernardo Schiavetta reads from Daddy Dada [2009]
    Based in Paris, the Argentinean writer B. Schiavetta has recently decided to pursue more fully his literary interests. During the summer of 2008, at the ICC at Cerisy-la-Salle, he read an excerpt of his current "work-in-progress" Daddy Dada. During his reading he received the help of Columbian model Adriance.
    During his presentation Bernardo Schiavetta explains why his own current writing project Daddy Dada is taking as model the Menippean Satire genre.
    It was filmed by Raphaël Trantoul as part of a project to produce a visual record of the proceedings of the colloquium.

  6. Loss Pequeño Glazier "Guaniquiqui"

    Loss Pequeño Glazier "Guaniquiqui"
    Editor Jean-Jacques Thomas

    Colloquium "Cityscapes - Urbanités Littéraires"
    September 11-13, 2009
    SUNY
    A multimedia digital presentation by Loss Pequeño Glazier, Director of the Electronic Poetry Center of the Poetics Program at SUNY - Buffalo.
    Poetics Collection University at Buffalo

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