Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz

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    • Totally assuming theatricality in their work, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz's films create their own mise en scène: the set up of the décor, rehearsals, directions given to the actors off-screen, are integrated into the non-linear narrative and allow the spectator to see a film in the process of being made. These films are also very theatrical in nature since the performative aspect is so essential, both in the way scenes are often linked to spectacle, dance or music, but also from a technical point of view since the scenes are often only shot once.

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    Totally assuming theatricality in their work, Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz’s films create their own mise en scène: the set up of the décor, rehearsals, directions given to the actors off-screen, are integrated into the non-linear narrative and allow the spectator to see a film in the process of being made. These films are also very theatrical in nature since the performative aspect is so essential, both in the way scenes are often linked to spectacle, dance or music, but also from a technical point of view since the scenes are often only shot once.