In 1533, a people who believed to be chosen installed a communist regime in northern Germany. But the dream soon fell to pieces. The town was besieged, then defeated. Two of the besiegers – one a candid, the other a historian – reflect on the invention of myths, the exhilaration of faith and the virtues of tyranny.
02/2017 - Festival Travelling, Rennes, France
12/2016 - Short Waves Festival, Poznan, Pologne
07/2016 - FIDMarseille, National competition, Marseille, France (Prix Marseille Espérance et Mention Prix George de Beauregard)
07/2016 - Curtas Vila do Conde, International competition, Vila do Conde, Portugal
02/2018 - Nanterre-Amandiers, Nanterre, France
10/2017 - Kinemathek, Karlsrühe, Germany
09-11/ 2016 - Tracing the Future - Installation (Collective show), Leuven, Belgium
10/2016 - FIAC / A programm of CNAP in Silencio Cinema, Paris, France
Artist and director, Martin Le Chevallier has been developing a substantial body of work since the end of the 1990s, one in which he brings his critical eye to bear on contemporary myths and ideologies.
Münster, 48 min (2016)
Le cargo, installation vidéo (2013)
Le Jardin d’Attila, 33 min (2012)
L’an 2008 , 20 min (2010)
Safe society, 2 min, (2003)