France|2017|VR360|Color|20 min|English|None Subtitles | General Audience

*Program B includes “Alteration” and “Kinoscope”. You can watch both films with one ticket.

*Panorama: French VR Selection

★2017 VR Arles Festival


Kinoscope is a VR experience immersing the spectator into a lively and colorful universe to discover the history of cinema lead by the voice of the Hollywood legend Dean Tavoularis, motion picture production designer whose work appeared in numerous box office hits such as The Godfather films, Apocalypse Now, Bonnie and Clyde, and etc.


Co-organizer: Bureau Français de Taipei, Institut français

  • Philippe Collin began on french radio France Inter in 2005. He started by gathering every Sunday a million listeners with Panique au Mangin Palace (Award for best radio program at the New York Festivals, category Information/ Documentary in 2007). Then he headed two daily broadcasts aired from 5 to 7PM, Le 5/7 Boulevard (2010 to 2011) and Downtown (2011 to 2013) and a short comic chronicle in the morning show of France Inter and got back to a weekly show with Si l’Amérique m’était contée (2013-2015), a review of the cultural history of the United States.
    Since September 2015, Philippe Collin is every week the head of a cultural magazine dedicated to sport, also on France Inter, entitled L’oeil du tigre. Each show has gathered nearly a million listeners. On television, and with his accomplices Frédéric Bonnaud and Xavier Mauduit, he created in January 2012 the show called Personne ne bouge, an offbeat and explosive weekly cultural magazine broadcasted on Arte, followed by 400 000 viewers and which is about to celebrate its five years of broadcasting. (Award for TV magazine - Lauriers 2015)

    Kinoscope is Philippe’s first VR project.

  • It's in the music and in the radio that Clement Leotard began. On one side he is the drummer and director of Fundé band's albums (2001 – 2011). On the other side, he is a chief sound operator for France Inter (2006 – 2012). Two skills that led him to become co-director of the morning short comic chronicle of Philippe Collin and Xavier Mauduit in 2012 and sound designer for station identity of France Inter as well (2013 - 2014).
    In 2012, he participated in the creation of the show Personne ne bouge, he is its director since then.

    Kinoscope is Clement’s first VR project.