> 109 m2
> 1 polyfunctional tray
> 2 post-production studios
> Equipment: screen(s), video projector(s), video control room, computer workstations, green screen, dolly, etc.
> Capacity: 110 people
> RPM Access and Accommodations
The Haïdouc gallery was created by Bandits-Mages in October 2000 on the site of Antre Peaux.
In addition to screenings and film events, Antre Peaux offers artists a space of aesthetic freedom and research: the Haïdouc.
This space for video, film and multi-media production and experimentation can be transformed into a medialab, film set or exhibition space.
Approaches that experiment with distribution tools within the creative act are strongly encouraged. Thus, projects that are part of a policy of autonomous and experimental practices, DIY (Do It Yourself) and factories are encouraged thanks to a modular and open conception of the place, as well as to a flexibility of organization based on a capacity of inventiveness and reactivity. Everyone can carry out an individual or collective reflection. Regular programming is offered through invitations to artists and filmmakers.
It is linked to two post-production studios equipped for video editing, sound editing and post-production. Each studio allows artists and filmmakers to work independently or to be accompanied by an operator from the team.