Le village de La Roche-Guyon est situé à 80 km. au nord-ouest de Paris.

- Trajet en voiture depuis Paris : 1 heure.
- Trajet en train : Transilien Paris-Saint-Lazare - Bonnières-sur-seine (1h 20 en moyenne) : Nous viendrons ensuite vous chercher à la gare.


The village of La Roche-Guyon is located 80 km away. northwest of Paris.

- Journey by car from Paris: 1 hour.
- Train journey: Transilien Paris-Saint-Lazare - Bonnières-sur-Seine (1h 20 on average): We will then pick you up at the station.



We have been directing and producing choreographic films for ten years. Faced with the observation of the difficulty, for young artists, to bringing together the means of production in video-dance, the idea of ​​a laboratory where the means and materials are pooled was born. Tetralab is a training course, but also a laboratory conducive to unexpected encounters, wild experimentation and creation.


Tetralab is an annual meeting where various artists from the cinematographic and choreographic fields meet to create innovative and professional quality films. We thus constitute a network in order to promote research and production in video-dance.



Makers are choreographers, videographers, artists... Makers have a sensitivity to image and movement experience, with the desire to work in a team on their first professional dance video.


Movers are dancers, circus performers, mimes... Movers have a taste for experimentation and all-terrain dance, with a desire to roll on the ground and appear in several dance videos.


Mentors are artists and professionals in the fields of choreography and cinematography.


 Virginie COMBET




Boris GIBE

Choreographer - Circus Artist


Born in Iran, Tanin Torabi studied sociology and holds a master's degree in dance from the University of Limerick. She has received numerous awards (Creative Vision Award, Cinedans, etc.) and is a regular member of the jury at Videodance festivals. Her works have been presented in exhibitions at The Hudson Eye, E-FLUX, SOMA Gallery, Lazina Center, Light Moves, and Vayu Series. Since 2017, she has been studying the relationship between urban spaces and bodies, considering the city as a protagonist, and documenting the evolution of this relationship in Tehran.


Immersed from a young age in the world of circus and itinerancy, Boris co-founded Cie Zampanos in 1996 and pursued a career as a performer (Philippe Decouflé, Cirque Électrique, Cirque Pocheros, Christophe Haleb, Kitsou Dubois, etc.). In 2004, he founded the company Les Choses de Rien with which he created Le Phare in 2006, for which he received the Beaumarchais-SACD grant and the Young Talent Circus Award 2004. His recent pieces (L’Absolu in 2017, Anatomie du désir in 2023) have achieved international success. Since 2019, he has been directing La Fabrique des Possibles, a creative space in Noailles.


Graduated in 2003 with a Master's degree in Cinema from the University of Provence, Virginie began her career as a script supervisor on several feature films, including Rachid Bouchareb's Indigènes. She then worked at the Maison de l’Image in the City of Strasbourg, where she focused on a cinema of the body. From 2004 to 2008, she created the series of films 'Parcours dansés', based on the work of 20 contemporary choreographers, including Daniel Larrieu, Odile Duboc, Serge Ricci, and Simone Forti. In 2012, she founded the Cine-Corps festival in Paris, Rennes, and Marseille, and collaborated on programming for numerous festivals in Europe and Quebec.


Choreographer - Filmmaker


Director of Photography


Graduated from the Arles Photography School in 2022, Léonard Contramestre worked as a cinematographer for the film Jardin Migratoire by Enrique Ramirez as part of the Rencontres de la Photographie d'Arles and for the film La Cellule by Samir Ramdani screened at the FID in Marseille in July 2020. He co-directed the short film Tornerò, which won the Sud Emergence award at the OVNI festival in 2022.


Eclectic choreographer and self-taught director of dance films, Fu Le trained in Argentina, Switzerland, and Taiwan, Fu Le founded the Tetrapode company in 2017. He is the author of numerous short films (Mass, The Last Children, Urban Genesis) awarded internationally. He is the laureate of Beaumarchais-SACD (2018) and Adami grant (2022) for his choreographic work. For the past 10 years, he has been a trainer at several screendance festivals worldwide and founded the Tetralab in 2020. He is associated artist at the Maison de la Danse in Istres.



Communication manager


Production manager


Production assistant


After completing a Bachelor's degree in Cultural Mediation at La Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris, Lucie is pursuing a Master's degree in Artistic Direction of European Cultural Projects in Montpellier. Lucie joined the Tetralab production team as an intern.


After completing her degree in music and musicology at Paris IV, Jeanne trained in stage management and sound techniques, and then worked as a technical specialist in the field of performing arts. Since 2021, she has been undertaking production and distribution missions within various dance and music companies.



On the cliffside overlooking the shores of the Berre pond, the CEC des Heures-Claires is a cultural hub in the city of Istres. The site, comprised of numerous buildings and sports grounds, is located between a marina, the pine forest, and the beaches of one of the largest ponds in France. This location offers a multitude of cinematic settings and serves as an inexhaustible playground for choreographic activities.


Istres is a small town in the Sud region, situated between the landscapes of Provence and the calanques of the Mediterranean, close to Marseille, Arles, or Avignon. With Roman origins, the city has experienced recent growth with the industrial development of the region. The town is accessible by train via Miramas.