• Cinematographic territories

By Albert Serra

Liberté © Albert Serra


Territoires cinématographiques is a space for dialogue between the performing arts and cinema, created in collaboration with Avignon's Utopia cinemas. It's a daily gathering of film screenings, at the end of which the public meets and exchanges with theater artists, choreographers, filmmakers, activists, critics and journalists invited to the Festival d'Avignon. It's a space designed to explore the intimate relationships these guests maintain between disciplines and with the world. It's a place where we can take a closer look, both large and small, at the themes brought to the stage, the territories of the guest language, and under the plane trees of the Café des idées.


By Albert Serra // France - Portugal - Spain // 2019 // 2h12

Liberté plunges us into the heart of a forest to share the frolics of a few libertines expelled from the puritanical court of Louis XVI. While the film crudely shows sexuality in action, it is above all a succession of philosophical discussions inspired by the works of Sade.

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