A story about cinema... For forty years, Jean-Pierre Beauviala has been inventing cameras that made the emergence of a “light-weight, in-the-field cinema ”possible. Filmmakers remember..Today, the camera market is saturated with new tools. Everyone experiments new ways of film-making. In cinema, celluloid and artisan ship are gradually becoming a thing of the past. And yet, Beauviala keeps on inventing. What Utopia does he still pursue?"
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Julie Conte is graduate from the INSAS (Brussels). She was the first camera assistant on various feature films such as The Class by Laurent Cantet (Palme d'or 2008), or Avida, Louise Michel, Mammuth, Le Grand Soir (2011) by Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern.
She has been both cinematographer and director since 2010.She held the camera on several documentaries.The documentary "A cat on the shoulder" is her first film.