Faîtes de l'Image
La Faites de l'image will take place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 July 2020 from 6 pm to 2 am on Friday and Saturday, exclusively outdoors.
Through an eclectic program of documentaries, short films and creative films, the Faire de l'image proposes to make available to the public tools and knowledge on the image.
La Faîtes de l'Image gives the opportunity to highlight the different dynamics of Toulouse's neighbourhoods by changing location each year. This year the Busca district will be highlighted. And more particularly, the gardens of the Georges Labit Museum, the Monplaisir garden, the rue du Japon and along the Canal du Midi.
A declination of the image in all its forms
The Vidéophages association proposes, this year, 24 artistic projects to decline the theme of the passage:
During the day: exhibitions and small factories,
In the evenings: installations, cine-shows, aperitifs, cine-concerts, and audiovisual performances,
And projections of short films on three screens of any size in the open air!
Two days of programming
Thanks to a detailed program over 1 day and 2 nights, the spectator can choose his route among the original artistic proposals. They can also let themselves be surprised and discover an installation, a performance, an exhibition... at the bend in the street, behind a building, in a garden... Every nook and cranny of the Busca district is transformed, thus soliciting new insights into this familiar landscape.
A space of expression for local creators
La Faites de l'image remains a unique event in that it is both a springboard and a showcase for local artists who rub shoulders with nationally and internationally renowned artists. All artistic proposals, including hybrid creations, find their place there, as well as projects in progress... such as working progress.
During the day: exhibitions / workshops for the general public / aperitif-concert
In the evening: installations / film-shows / audiovisual performances / concerts, and video projections on several screens of all sizes in the open air.
An event for the general public - free participation