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Nightwatchers | 2023
In Montgenèvre, an idyllic ski resort at the French-Italian border, policemen carry out a hunt for migrants. On the French side, volunteers of all ages take turns in the mountains to protect them. The documentary provides a direct cinematic experience over one night by their side.
Fishermen of Saint-Tropez | 2022
Saint-Tropez, the last fishermen on their traditional fishing boats – my uncle Dédé and his son Pascal – in the face of luxury boats, tall and blind. Dédé and Pascal share their fishing stories, which live on through time-refined knowledge.
Eléonore's Way I 2021
Growing up in a small town in Normandy, France, 14-year-old Eléonore has to choose her professional orientation. But very soon, Eléonore drops out. She then meets Erwan and chooses a quite different way to get herself out of teenagehood and find a place in the world.
Palestinian Women: A Guide To Cultural Resistance | 2020
From Jerusalem to Haifa, stopping by Acre, Bethlehem and Ramallah, we travel across Israel and the West Bank to meet with Palestinian women shaping the cultural landscape.
Radio Congo I 2019
DR Congo, 2018. The long awaited presidential elections trigger hopes and debates all over the country. In the countryside, community radios struggle to cover the turmoil despite increasing political unrest, censorship and depletion of energy resources.
Out I 2018
Through a montage of compelling and breathtaking videos posted on the Internet by young gays, bis, lesbians or transexuals, Out makes us experience from within the groundbreaking moment of their coming out –after which their intimate and social life shall be forever changed.
Tombée du ciel, chroniques d'une campagne I 2017
In the wake of the presidential election, rages the battle for Congress. All over the country, a new kind of candidates runs under the ‘En Marche !’ banner, the movement created only a year ago by president Emmanuel Macron.
The Neo-Futurists: In the Making I 2017
For more than 25 years, the Neo-Futurists theatre ensemble has been successfully performing in Chicago before an enthusiastic and much diverse audience. Every week Megan, Leah, Brenda, Kurt, Trevor and Noelle write and perform new plays: political satires, melancholic monologues, dada-style or pure slapstick comedy.
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