Films byTexts by Claudio Pazienza
Claudio Pazienza, 1988, 4’

A street with passers-by. Music. A voice reads the credits and clarifies: “This is a very violent film.” The action begins: A man crosses the street and enters his apartment. He opens the door, puts out the fire under the kettle in the kitchen and enters the living room ...

Claudio Pazienza, 2009, 62’

Intimate and personal portrait of the Royal Belgian Cinémathèque (renamed CINEMATEK). And on that screen, flashes of the world, an idea of History, of beauty. On that screen, a congruent portion of humanity. I am what I have seen, said Matisse. But all images do not remain intact.