“Fun and Games (for Everyone): a pitch black and milky white film shot during one of Olivier Mosset’s exhibition openings. A psychedelic game of impro- visation joins the Zanzibar group with Salvador Dalí, Barbet Schroeder and Jean Mascolo... the solarizeFilms by Serge Bard. 35mm, b/w , sound, 54 minutes, 1968.
Réalisation: Serge Bard
Financement: Sylvina Boissonnas
Directeur de la photographie: Henri Alekan
Musique: Barney Wilen & Sunny Murray
Avec/with: le public de la galerie Rive Droite, Michel Auder, Patrick Bauchau, Caroline de Bendern, Pierre- Richard Bré, César, Salvador Dalí, Alain Jouffroy, Jean Larcade, Amanda Lear, Jean Mascolo, Olivier Mosset, Sunny Murray, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, Barbet Schroeder
Contains a 16-page booklet about the film with texts by Serge Bard and Jackie Raynal.
- Un Film Porno (Olivier Mosset, 1968, Super 8 mm, Colour, Silent, 3 minutes 30)
Avec / With Caroline de Bendern, Pierre Clémenti
“Fun and Games (for Everyone): a pitch black and milky white film shot during one of Olivier Mosset’s exhibition openings. A psychedelic game of impro- visation joins the Zanzibar group with Salvador Dalí, Barbet Schroeder and Jean Mascolo... the solarized image reminiscent of thick strokes of a paintbrush.” - Philippe Azoury
“Bard, in this second film, again leaves the field open to an incessant coming and going of Parisians at- tending the opening of the minimalist painter Olivier Mosset and whose exhibition consisted of 10 paint- ings, all alike: white with black circles painted in their center. It’s the revolution criticizing art and painting... and Serge criticizing cinema!” - Jacky Raynal
“(On Fun and Games) Light can become volumeless graphic expression and dehumanize the actors until their faces are «absorbed» erasing all detail and creating an attractive environment.” - Henri Alekan
“I had nothing to do with the film, it just was filmed at my exhibition.” - Olivier Mosset