Where do the soul-searching images of the First World War come from? Not merely telling the war, but seeing it, showing it in flesh and blood: this is what graphic novels offer us today. Exploring archives and history, the authors in this program converse with the depth of Time. They make First World War live again in our imagination: their drawings are more than strokes. These major artists have made the War the main subject of their graphic tales. We share with them a fascinating task: outlining fragments of memory in a chronicle in drawings of the Great War.
With: Jacques TARDI, Henrik REHR, KRIS et MAËL, David VANDERMEULEN, Joe SACCO, Charlie ADLARD et Robbie MORRISON, et Delphine PRIET-MAHEO