Amélie Ravalec is currently developing Art & Mind, a three-part project exploring
the history of madness, psychiatry and the unconscious through the lens of art
in a documentary, an immersive VR experience and an art exhibition.
Her latest documentary Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay was released
theatrically in 2015 in over 30 countries and was acquired by ARTE TV in 2017.
Amélie's debut film Paris/Berlin: 20 Years Of Underground Techno was released in 2012
in 18 countries and won the Festival Pick Award at Sydney Fringe Festival in 2013.
FOR THE URBAN DECAY
Industrial Soundtrack traces the origins of Industrial music, taking you on a journey through the crumbling industrial cities of Europe to America's thriving avant-garde scene.
ARTE TV - France / Germany
British Film Institute - London, UK
The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
EYE Film Institute - Amsterdam, Netherlands
L'Étrange Festival @Forum des Images - Paris, France
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts - San Francisco, USA
Museum of Contemporary Art -Detroit, USA
Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art - USA
Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art - St Petersburg, Russia
Tel Aviv Museum of Art - Tel Aviv, Israel
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art - USA
Danish Film Institute - Copenhagen, Denmark
20 YEARS OF UNDERGROUND TECHNO
From secret Parisian parties to Berlin's infamous Berghain club,
Paris/Berlin documents the underground movement
of techno through the lens of two different cities.
In Edit Music Festival - Berlin, Germany
Noordelijk Film Festival - Noordelijk, Netherlands
Goethe Institute - Mexico City, Mexico
Fringe Festival - Sydney, Australia
Nuits Sonores Festival - Lyon, France
Alliance Française de Washington - Washington, USA
OFF Festival - Rome, Italy
Tomorrow Festival - Shenzhen, China
Melbourne Music Week Festival - Melbourne, Australia
Gaité Lyrique - Paris, France
BO02 - Singapore
Public Works - San Francisco, USA