Saturday 21st of September / 9 pm > 12 am (loop screening)
European Heritage Days
Fives Neighbourhood Town Hall
127ter rue Pierre Legrand, Lille

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The 6th edition of the Video Mapping Contest is organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles, as part of the European Heritage Days.
International candidates, students and professionals in audiovisual, animation film, digital arts, graphic design etc., have had 2 months to prepare a mapping of 5 minutes maximum for the front facade of the Fives Neighbourhood Town Hall, according to the theme “Art and entertainment”.
Come discover their work, and take part in the Public Prize by voting for your favourite creation!
A panel of professionals will award the Grand Prize at the end of the evening.

This year, for the first time, a parallel competition of “animated GIFs-type” videos has been offered. The selected creations will be projected between the mapping.

> Check out the Video Mapping Contest 2018

Competitor n°1
The recurrent hand
Parisa Karimi aka rangbarang

Competitor n°2
We are nature
Rafael Cançado, Ricardo Cançado
Darklight Studio
Brazil, Spain
Competitor n°3
Jeux d’évasion
Thomas Boone, Oriane Poumaere

Competitor n°4
Mateusz Król, Norbert Lisak
Coostosh Mapping
Competitor n°5
Dol Wie
Seung Hee Choe, Vincent Di Maiolo
Competitor n°6
Francesca Macciò
Music : Fabio Volpi
Competitor n°7
Game, Play and Dance
Emil Petro
Republic of North Macedonia


• Diāna Čivle
Curator, Staro Riga Lights Festival (Latvia)

• Julien Dubois
Deputy Mayor delegated to Heritage, City of Lille (France)

• Miguel Gozalbo
Sound designer, Telenoika (Spain)

• Hester Hazenberg
Curator, Media Art Friesland (The Netherlands)

• Annik Hémery
Journalist, Sonovision (France)

• Pierre Morel
Business manager, Citéos Ingénérie Nord (France)

• Pierre-Yves Toulot
Film director et co-founder, COSMO AV (France)


Due to the VIGIPIRATE security plan, access to the event may be subject to additional security measures which will be specified later on.

With the support of the City of Lille, Citeos and the SNCF.



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