From Théo Laboulandine, June 2010 :
“I have always had a camera between my hands and I started making films with my brother Hugo when I was 6 years old. Films about murders, investigation…pretty dark for that young age, but I think I was just copying what I saw on TV. Then I abandoned shooting for a while in order to achieve my college experience…pretty boring!
Everything started again when I entered Dauphine University, a very good place to study…economic and informative! This is my viewpoint in Cinema : you have to be in contact with very different people in order to make exceptionally recognized movies. Unique and personal movies; that’s what cinema is all about, doing something surprising where people can see themselves. I would rather attend an Economic University than a film school to make cinema.
Today I am still making movies, even though I went through loads of steps. My latest film is called Dirty Love. I wanted to make fun of the Sado Maso universe. It is really what I love to do, and find most interesting: making fun of dramatic things, a sort of tragic comedy.
So, in a nutshell, when I make a film, the most important thing for me is to give the audience an emotion. I am not into getting across the boundaries of creativity… No, I am more into evoking emotion.” –Théo Laboulandine, June 2010
A stark portrayal of a man and his deepest desire: which is combined with a dark room, gorgeous woman, and an empty chair.
A brief study on 3 neighbors and their ultimate prerogative.
A tragicomedy which was broad-casted live on Monday, June 28 2010 on MTV Pulse.