Persons suffering from disabling pathologies

3 Sep 2019

I tell myself stories

(37’17, ST en anglais) director : Gérald Assouline

This work is an outcome of a long run project called "In Les Solambres, culture in all its forms", carried out jointly by a group of artists, voluntary residents et care professionals, at the pension house Les Solambres (La Terrasse, 38, France).
It accompanies six women residents in their daily life, stimulated by collective cultural activities and in parallel in their intimacy shared partially with the author


25 Jan 2015

My hands, they still could do something

This film is based on words collecting carried out with the residents of the Residence for elderly people, Les Solambres, at La Terrasse (38) and photos done within a programme of photo workshops which happens every 3 weeks, for several years. Most of those residents suffer from Alzheimer disease. Paroles par l’Image is part of a European project Care and Culture (Gruntvig programme)which aims at stimulating the sharing of experiences among partners involved in the development of culture practices in care places, like pension houses.


31 May 2013

No age

An immersion in a pension house, for people suffering suffering from Alzheimer disease, located at La Terrasse, near Grenoble.
Another exploration of the relation between photography and cinema.


1 Jul 2012

Au Béal, la vie en partage ...

(17’12, ST en anglais) director : Gérald Assouline

Four hosting couples accompany 23 residents, called « Compagnons », suffering mental disorders. A rural and farming community where work is not all…
Therapeutic farm Le Beal, in Drôme county.


26 Jun 2012

Stories of small farmers

DVD - 9’, 2007

A photo workshop carried out with disabled children of an adaped school going every week to a therapeutic farm.
With the support of the European research programme SO FAR.

No EN Subtitles


1 Jul 2009

Bellechambre, instants partagés

DVD – 10’50, mars 2009 (FR, EN)

This film shows shared instants with residents suffering autisme and professionals of the Therapeutic farm of Bellechambre (Isère county).
With the support of the European research programme SO FAR