Stéphane Gérard

Stéphane Gérard studied film history and audiovisual archives in Paris. He wrote his master thesis, "Political Analysis of Film Representations of AIDS", under the direction of renowed French critic Nicole Brenez. His experimental video work focuses on the misuse of prevailing images and audiovisual archives. Stéphané also worked as Junior Curator for Lowave’s international project Human Frames and Pompidou Center's Cinéma du Réel.

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History Doesn’t Have to Repeat Itself
Stéphane Gérard
2014, 85 min., Color, France/US
Forty-three years after the 1969 Stonewall Uprising, filmmaker Stéphane Gérard travels to New York City in an attempt to find the activist community that was born out of this historical moment and to document how the LGBT movement continues today.

In conversation with Queer activists, ...


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