DE CHAQUE INSTANT / Each and Every Moment / Zu jeder Zeit
In January 2016, documentarian Nicolas Philibert (To Be And To Have) was sent to the emergency room after suffering an embolism. Whilst in hospital, he decided to make good on an idea that he’d had for a number of years to make a film as a tribute to healthcare staff. His documentary Each and Every Moment follows nurses being trained in the Institut de la Croix Saint-Simon in Montreuil. Philibert takes a direct-cinema, observational approach to the film. There is no music on the soundtrack, and it’s a celebration of the hard work and the learning that goes into training the oft-underappreciated group. (Kaleem Aftab, Cineuropa)
Born in 1951 in Nancy, Nicolas Philibert studied philosophy before he co-directed, with Gérard Mordillat, his first documentary, “His Master’s Voice”, in 1978. He has since signed over ten films including “To Be and to Have” (2002) which was awarded the Prix Louis-Delluc and was nominated for Best Film at the César Awards. “Each and Every Moment” is his latest feature documentary.
Film Selection: De chaque instant (Each and Every Moment, 2018, doc) - La Maison de la radio (2013, doc) - Nénette (2010, doc) - Retour en Normandie (Back to Normandy, 2007, doc) - Être et avoir (To Be and to Have, 2002, doc) - Le Pays des sourds (In the Land of the Deaf, 1992) - La Ville Louvre (Louvre City, 1990)
European Panorama Documentary
Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Locarno Festival 2018
Premierenstatus / Premiere Status