Movie + Performance for 3 dancers and children

L’Âge d’or

Éric Minh Cuong Castaing

All audiences 7+

Movie
Écriture : Éric Minh Cuong Castaing, Marine Relinger
Collaboration artistique Silvia Costa
Réalisation : Éric Minh Cuong Castaing
Production : Insolence Productions – Anne-Lise Mallard, Vincent Antonini
Interprétation : Éric Minh Cuong Castaing, Aloun Marchal, Silvia Costa, les enfants du centre Saint-Thys (Myriam Abdallah Ikram, Sarah Amani Bels, Maëlle Cavin, Sarah Curel, Yannis Ferchichi, Lea Genovese, Seyit Ali Gonul, Lilian Meconi, Océane Sanchez, Lucie Satti), les danseurs du BNM (Béatrice Cardone, Carlos Diez Moreno, Florine Pegeat Toquet, Maria Ribas, Aya Sati), BNM Next (Mahélys Beautes, Emma Le Masson, Mitsuro Ito, Nbajibe Said, Maria Azna Soler, Ludovico Tambara
Direction photographique : Marc Da Cunha Lopes
Scénographie : Silvia Costa
Création technologique Oculus / First personal view camera : Thomas Peyruse
Montage : François Duverger
Premier assistanat à la réalisation : Mathilde Supe
Musique originale : Alexandre Bouvier
Postproduction : VFX Alexandre Bouvier, Gaston Marcotti – Studio Bizarroid
Assistanat chorégraphique des enfants pour la capture de mouvement : Gaétan Brun Picard

Performance
Conception : Éric Minh Cuong Castaing
Chorégraphie Aloun Marchal, Éric Minh Cuong Castaing
Interprétation : Éric Minh Cuong Castaing, Jeanne Colin, Nans Pierson et les enfants du centre Ten Dries à Landegem
Dramaturgie : Marine Relinger
Production : Mélanie Marchand
Administration : Laura Picut
Visuels © Shonen Insolence Production


Production : Shonen
Coproduction, Soutien : Audi Talents 2017, Festival de Marseille, BNM-Ballet National de Marseille, Ministère de la Culture – DGCA, Conseil Régional Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, CNC Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée – CVS, DICRéAM, tanzhaus nrw Düsseldorf, Ville de Marseille, Festival Parallèle
Aide : Institut d’Éducation Motrice Saint-Thys
Remerciements : les enfants du centre d’éducation motrice Saint-Thys, leurs parents et accompagnateurs, Emio Greco, Pieter C.Scholten, Jan Goossens, Julie Moreira Miguel, Bruno Le Baillif, Gaël Charbau, Laurent Vinauger, Aurélien Guillois, Emeline Villard, Lou Colombani, Gaëlle Massicot Bitty, Caroline Dumont, Emilie Gillot, Anne-Sophie Turion, Patrick Padovani, Eva Cecci – Sophie Craipeau, Sandra Guitton-Philippe, Colette Limouzin, Sandrine Pagni, Charlotte Rogeaux, Eric Roman, Emilie Se, Toorralva Martinez Marta, Noelia Torres, Wisniewska Carolina, Richard Sarfati et Carole Soler, Patrick Contois, Blanche Feugier, le Blé de l’Espérance et la Fondation La Bonne Jeanne

Visuels © Shonen Insolence Production
Création juin 2018, Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Children confined to wheelchairs are told to become like the wind or a cloud, dancers guide and extend their jerky, involuntary movements, children with disabilities look with concentration or dreamily, there are smiles all round, and a girl lets out cries of joy as she is lifted high into the air: all these moments have been captured by Éric Minh Cuong Castaing in the course of a workshop he ran for several months in a specialist centre in Marseille for youngsters with motor disorders. In the film and performance of L’Âge d’or, touch, voices, attention, the quality of gestures and where the look is directed are paths in a choreography written at the very moment when the children’s uncontrollable bodies and the dancers’ very controlled ones meet. Winner of the Audi Talents award in 2017, L’Âge d’or culminates in rapture and animated images of hybrid, coloured beings, like the promise of a new golden age, the mythological era that saw man and gods living in harmony.

 
 

Thu. 22.10.2020
19:00
Charleroi - Les Écuries
Shows
Young audiences
55’