"Tous les chemins passent par Othon" ("All the roads pass by Othon") is a movie directed by la galerie du cartable (Fabrice Cotinat, David Legrand, Henrique Martins-Duarte). It's a new version of "Les Yeux ne veulent pas en tout temps se fermer, ou Peut-être qu'un jour Rome se permettra de choisir à son tour" (Eyes Do Not Want to Close at All Times, or, Perhaps One Day Rome Will Allow Herself to Choose in Her Turn), a 1969 movie by french radical directors Straub et Huillet.

"Tous les chemins passent par Othon" is like a "dogma 95" version of the original film, shoot from 2000 to 2003, with non-professionals actors, in various french cities where la galerie du cartable was invited to perform.
It will be spread during the exhibition "Le Couloir des Miroirs/ The Corridors of Mirrors" in Limoges, at the FRAC Limousin (Contemporary Art Foundation) every two days, from November 21st till March 7th.

This exhibition will show art movies by Mac Adams, Michel Aubry, Thomas Bayrle, Laurent Chambert, Claude Closky, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Gregg Biermann, Philippe Durand, Gabriele Di Matteo, Franck Eon, Thomas Köner, la galerie du cartable, Olivier Leroi, Sébastien Leroy, Gilles Mahé, Christian Marclay, Stéphane Pichard, André Raffray, Jean Sabrier, Muriel Toulemonde, Kerry Tribe, Boyd Webb.
More information about the exhibition in Limoges here : Le Couloir des Miroirs/ The Corridors of Mirrors

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