In 1560, Bruegel the Elder produced an intriguing painting: two hundred children literally invade a Flemish town. Projected into the heart of Bruegel’s work, you move from one group of children to another – the young inhabitants of the painting seem troubled by a disappearance.
This immersive experience brings us into extraordinarily close contact with the characters peopling the painting “Die Kinderspiele” who we see on a different scale, as if we ourselves have changed size to join them in their children’s games. We are no longer in the museum or standing in front of an almost 500-year-old oil-on-wood painting, but plunged into the joyous confusion of a children’s playground.
Official selection at BUZAN Festival 2018
Selected at 360 Film Festival 2018
Official selection at FIFA – Experientia (2019 - Montreal)
Selection at Festival National du film d'animation de Rennes (2019)
Selected at the Animation film festival of Singapour (2019)
Since 1998, he has been directing documentaries for television, mainly Arte and France Televisions. He has directed, to name a few: Smoking Kills (2004), Parmiggiano (2006), The Last Rodeo (2008), El Gaucho (2009), Green Thumbs (2010) and the ABC of Man (2015). In 2010, he directed his ﬁrst interactive project for Arte.tv: Arte Sporting Club. Followed by Modern Couple, also for Arte.tv (2012) which was adapted for television, Modern Papa (2013), My own Proust’s Madeleine for Radio France Nouveaux Medias (2013), Check-In for Arte.tv (2014), Generation 14 for France 3 and the Figaro.fr (2014) as well as Continuidad for France Culture-Radio France Nouveaux Medias (2015).
Following graphic design studies at Ecole Estienne in Paris, Gordon specialises in graphic presentation for television. Along with Andy Sommer or Philippe Béziat, Gordon writes and directs cultural tv programs: The Carnival of the animals (2010 – Grand Prix Italia 2011 and Public award at the Golden Prague 2011), Antoine’s four seasons (2012), Peter and the Wold (2013 – Grand Prix Digital Award Bologne 2014, Rose d’Or in Berlin 2014). He has been working with Chloé Jarry for all of these interactive applications. Replay Memories is his ﬁrst collaboration with Andrès Jarach.