Cinexpérimentaux #8: Light Cone Cooperative

Cinexpérimentaux #8: Light Cone Cooperative


Light Cone is an experimental film distribution cooperative founded in Paris in 1982. This film covers different moments of its existence, showing its spirit, practice and daily routines, thus shedding light on one aspect of the French experimental cinema community.

Frédérique Devaux and Michel Amarger have been making experimental films and documentaries since 1980. Devaux is film critic and professor; Amarger is a journalist, specialising in cinema, for Radio France International.

Special Features

- Pourquoi "Light Cone"? (Michel Amarger, Frédérique Devaux, 2003, 3 mins)
- Ce Qu'ils En Pensent (Michel Amarger, Frédérique Devaux, 2004, 5 mins)
- Paroles D'Artistes (Michel Amarger, Frédérique Devaux, 2003, 4’40 mins)
- Arabesque (Germaine Dulac, 1929, 6’21 mins)
- Eyewash (Robert Breer, 1959, 2’10 mins)
- Hand Grenade (Gill Eatherley, 1971, 5’15 mins)
- ACIDFILMDA (Metamkine, 1992, 5’25 mins)