Graduated from Sciences Po Paris in 2006, young French filmmaker and producer Antoine Viviani first produced several music documentaries (for REM, Arcade Fire with the music filmmaker Vincent Moon or with companies like Ideale Audience) and worked with video artists like Pierre Huyghe. He founded later his own production company, Providences, with which he started to direct his first films: Little Blue Nothing (2009, 52 ‘, co-directed with Vincent Moon), then Fugues, a short films series about classical music (great classical music performers play in unpredictable daily life places, for Arte Live Web).
His work focuses on the reenchantment of everyday life, and explores the possibilities of new media storytelling. Insitu is his first feature documentary and can be seen as a logical evolution in his work. It is a 90min interactive poetic essay about the urban space today in Europe seen through diverse artistic experiments.