Mes entretiens filmés consists of three parts, filmed between 1995 and 2010. The films can be seen as a lesson in cinema, a manifesto for an independent cinema, free from financial and professional stress. The films present excerpts from Lehman's films and interviews with Freddy Buache and other film personalities such as Jean Rouch, Paul Meyer, Robert Kramer, Jonas Mekas and Noël Godin. These are not interviews in the strictest sense of the word, but rather small conversations between friends that are all part of the mise-en-scène.
The price to rent one part is € 3,50 for a 3-day rental period.
The price to rent all parts is € 9 for a 14-day rental period.
The first part from 1995 includes 15 interviews with protagonists of the Belgian and French cinema scene including Henri Storck, Dominique Païni, Jean-Pierre Gorin and Jean-Marie Buchet. Recordings of the talks are alternated with excerpts from films.
The second part, recorded between 1995 and 1998, consists of 17 interviews with filmmakers such as Jean Rouch, Jonas Mekas Robert Kramer, and others. Recordings of the talks are alternated with excerpts from films.