Joseph Paris

Women, streets, cinema
Women's rights and equalities
Festival of Non-Aligned Artistic Practices
Station to Station II
Station to Station
Documenting the encampments and police raids in Paris
Documentary Month 2016
ELEVATE Festival 2016
Documentary Meetings
Ethnografilm Festival 2016
The Naked Revolution
ENS Lyon - Youth and politics
Documentary Month 2015
Documentary Month 2015
Documentary Month 2015
DocsDF Mexico - Jaima Río de Janeiro
DocsDF Mexico - Domo Parque México
DocsDF Mexico - Cineteca Nacional
DocsDF Mexico - Jaima Parque España
Award Special prize of the Jury - AVIFF Cannes 2015
AVIFF Cannes 2015 - Screening 2
AVIFF Cannes 2015 - Screening 1
Screening at the Anthology
Tartu World Film Festival
Feminism and nudity - debate at the Grand Palais
Documentary Month 2014
Documentary Month 2014
Nights of militant cinema

In n.o.i.r. & b/l/a/n/c and Warsaw, I explore various variations of contradictory arrangements of voices, texts and images to reveal new readings of the narrative. In 2008, I am at the initiative of the collective Kassandre with which I advocate against the concept of Intellectual Property, and for the use of Copyleft licenses in cinema. In 2012 I filmed the Femen movement from the inside for a year, and in 2014 I made Naked War, film in which I decrypt the cinematographic grammar of these spectacular actions. I am currently developing «Le Repli», in experimental struggle with borders and their images.

Restricting encryption does not prevent terrorist attacks but constitutes a real threat to freedom of expression. Contrariwise, using encryption is a non-violent mode of action to preserve civils rights. Internet has not been made to be monitored.