Quentin Brière Bordier was born in 1981. He lives and works in Paris.
He mainly works in digital for money, but shoots in 16mm or Super 8 for love.
He is used to print reality on films, but he only deals with cinema, not documentary.
He is member of the parisian collective of experimental cinema l’Etna and of the independant film laboratory l’Abominable.
He also sometimes does his best to teach cinema in College and High School.
Read more about the author here.
Les Derniers Hommes/The Last Humans (55', France, 2012)
Les Derniers Hommes (Orig.) / 2012 / France / 55 min
The setting: a mental hospital in Evreux on the eve of its demolition. By way of introduction, a quick and sharp track-out through a window, as a foretaste of what is coming: a journey from outside to inside, carried along by the wind.