Jean-Julien Pous

Video Artist


Documentary, 29mn, Color&BW, 2016

“Résonances observes daily routines of two different lives – the lives of the women divers or Haenyeo in Jeju island of Korea, and those of shepherd and shepherdess in a mountain village in the Pyrenees, France. The film first invites the viewer to the core substance of the two apparently very different lives through plastic expression using shapes, textures and movements of the objects. Wind, water, tree and fur are reborn as the breath and skin of the earth through carefully crafted mise-en-scène, which makes the two lives breathe as one. The film then induces the viewer to resonate with the bigger vibration these elements stand for. The voices of the people who live interdependently with the nature play both roles of ethnographic information and sonic element of the whole cinematic poem. The unique gaze of the film stiches the gap between the specific and the universal by elaborately pushing the edge of sensible dimension of the world and gives the film an insight beyond the verbal interpretation. ”

- Seol Suan

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Audience Award, 13th Jeju Film Festival, 2017
Honorable Mention, Long Rural Category, 12th Arica Nativa, 2017
Best Short Documentary, 6th Toronto Beaches Film Fest, 2017
Best Feature, 2nd Be Epic! London International Film Fest, 2017
Silver Award, Spotlight Documentary Film Awards, 2017



Étonnants Randonneurs, France, 2019
Festival Francophone du Film Court de Vaulx-en-Velin, 2018
Jeju French Film Festival, 2018
Jecheon International Music & Film Festival, 2018
Barcelona Asian Film Festival, 2017
Jeju Film Festival, 2017
Un poing c'est court, France, 2017
Bosphorus International Film Festival, Turkey, 2017
Arica Nativa, Chile, 2017
Women Over 50 Film Festival, Brighton, 2017
International Film Festival Ekofilm, 2017
Acampadoc, Panamá, 2017
Toronto Beaches Film Fest, 2017
Be Epic! London International Film Fest, 2017
Casa Asia Film Festival, Italy, 2017
Ekotopfilm, 2017
International Documentary festival of Ierapetra, Greece, 2017
Troia Teatro Festival, Italy, 2017
Seoul International NewMedia Festival, 2017
Seoul Green Film Festival, Korea, 2017


Female divers: Ryu Mee-Hyeon, Kang Suk-Ja, Kang Moo-Ok, Kong Gyeon-Ja, Ko Song-Han, Kim Chun-Ja
Goat keepers: Catherine Gageot, Patrice Carré
Le Clat inhabitants: Éloïse Leclere, Lucien Pous
Director: Jean-Julien Pous
Producer: Seo Jung-Hee, Jean-Julien Pous
Original score: Kayip, Loïc Gendry
Fixer Korea: Ryu Mee-Hyeon
Logistics and hosting in France: Bernard Pous
Subtitles: Seong Ho-Jun, Paul Fourquet, Min Sung Ah
Shot on location in Le Clat, Pyrenees, France, and Seoguipo, Jeju, South Korea.
With the support of: Gyeongi Cultural Fundation. Part of the official program France Corée 2015-2016, Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, French Embassy in Korea, French Institute, Korean Art Management Service, Korean Culture and Information Service.