Cinéma : MuMaBox – Machimina


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Machinima is a catchword for “machine”, “animation” and “cinema”. It’s a form of cinema that uses video games or game engines to create animated films. First appearing in the late 1990s and gaining popularity in the early 2000s, machinima has evolved over the years from a hobby to a legitimate art form. Used for commercials, music videos and even popular feature films and TV series, machinima is a fertile mix of various forms – film, video games, performance and puppetry, among others – which have been seized upon by artists working in the moving image, a multidisciplinary universe by nature.
Vladimir Nadein and Dmitry Frolov (69. Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen)

Public: teenagers / adults
Duration: 1 hour
Free admission


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Cinéma : MuMaBox – Machimina
Musée d’Art Moderne André Malraux – MuMa – 2 boulevard Clemenceau – 76600 LE HAVRE

Tel. 02 35 19 62 62

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