In an attempt to analyse Chris Kennedy's Watching the Detectives, a researcher dives into a massive archive of the media produced after the Boston attacks. Her online wanderings offer a performative exploration of the history of critical thinking and the ruthless politics of truth production.
Director: Chloé Galibert-Laîné
Producer: Chloé Galibert-Laîné
Editor: Chloé Galibert-Laîné
Special Mention in the French Competition and Special Mention in the CNAP Competition at FID-Marseille (2020)
Chloé Galibert-Laîné is a French filmmaker and academic. She majored in film science and sociology and is currently lecturing at universities in Paris, the Hague, and Stuttgart as a doctoral student. Her work includes film, performance art, video essays, and installations. She is particularly interested in examining the relationship between observation, memory, and online culture.
The Burrow (2015); Bottled Songs: My Crush Was a Superstar (2017); Flânerie 2.0 (2018); Watching the Pain of Others (2018); Bottled Songs: The Observer (2020); Forensickness (2020)