- Olivier Joyard52'
It’s the sweetest addiction there is today. The most exciting of all. The addiction to television series. How do these labyrinths of fiction grow on us and give us pleasure ? What gaps are they filling in our lives and the culture ? This is what Series Addicts is all about.We are going to explore... Read more »
- Laurent Orluc52
The human remains discovered on Flores Island in Indonesia in 2004 are those of a never before seen human species. Barely the size of a child today, these humans lived on the island just a few thousand years ago. Scientists have named the new cousin “Homo floresiensis,” the Flores Man. Discovering a new human species... Read more »
- Béatrice Limare52'
The strawberry that makes the fortunes of one part of Andalusia is the one we usually find in our markets and our supermarkets from February onwards. Our taste buds are often disappointed, but the distributors couldn’t care less: out-of-season strawberries sell. Director Béatrice Limare gets both sides of the story. For the first camp, the... Read more »
- Georges Gachot82 min
In his captivating film, Georges Gachot invites us to enter the universe of Maria Bethania, the famous Brazilian singer. Narrated by Bethania herself, the film not only gives us an insight into the intimate sphere of Maria Bethania’s creative process, but focuses on the history of Brazilian music. First a muse of the so-called counter... Read more »
- Michaël Gaumnitz52
A discreet, dream, loner, Odilon Redon (1840-1916) spent much of his life watching drifting clouds in the sky, hiking country paths, and cultivating simple pleasures. Stubbornly refusing to join any group or school of painters, he remained fascinated by his inner world, an act of rebellion against the prevailing trend towards realism. The more his... Read more »
- Stéphane Breton52
At the bottom of a nepalese valley, at the end of a path smoothed by so many centuries and so many feet, there is a brahman’s village : shit everywhere, purity of heart, bedazzlement. Two old shepherds, melancholy and brooding, sometimes accompanied by a strangely innocent boy, live there and sing as they force their... Read more »
- Charles Castella52 min
A conversation between two filmmakers in the manner of the African «causerie». Charles Castella follows Abderrahmane Sissako in his film work on a nomadic life of improvised encounters with ordinary people who will become the protagonists of the Mauritanian director’s films. A travel log with an exceptional filmmaker.
- Elisa Mantin43'
On St Valentine’s Day, February 14th, 1989, the British writer Salman Rushdie was condemned to death by a fatwa issued in Iran by Ayatollah Khomeini for the publication of his fourth novel : Satanic Verses. Twenty years later, Salman Rushdie talks about India and Bombay, the land of his childhood, the source of his literary... Read more »