- Jean-Christophe Klotz52'
John Ford, the director who won more Oscars than any other, helped create the legend of the American West during a career that spanned over fifty years and nearly 150 movies – Stagecoach (1939), The Grapes of Wrath (1940), The Battle of Midway (1942), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), Cheyenne Autumn (1964) – to name a few. Bringing to life America’s founding myths... Read more »
- Cédric Tourbe90' & 2x45'
The pact concluded in August 1939 between Hitler and Stalin is still nowadays a symbol of the duplicity and cynicism of the Soviet dictator. However, the true story of this pact, starting point of World War II, is way more ambiguous than it seems. It is, first of all, the story of an astonishing collective... Read more »
- Raphael MIllet52'
In 1912-1913, movie pioneer Gaston Méliès, brother of Georges Méliès, did a ten month long trip around Asia-Pacific, shooting both documentaries and fictions on location in Polynesia, New Zealand, Australia, Java, Singapore, Cambodia and Japan. He wanted the “real” thing” he filmed, with the locals, being one of the first to give Polynesians, Maoris, Aborigines and Khmers a chance... Read more »
- Grégory Monro52'
Michel Legrand is the composer of some of the most famous scores of cinema (F for Fake, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Thomas Crown Affair to name a few). A living legend who won 3 Oscars and 5 Grammys, he collaborated with the renowned French and American filmmakers but also with jazzmen and singers. This... Read more »
- Sophie Fiennes150 min
- Grégory Monro52'
Who is Pierre Richard? Is he, as is believed by some, the veritable double of François Perrin, a cult character he invented and for whom he often successfully donned the costume and assumed the blunders? Can he simply be reduced to the unlucky hero of La Chèvre (Knock on Wood) or to the Grand Blond (The Tall Blond Man... Read more »
- Fred Cebron52'
For fifty years, Auroville, an experimental city in India a few kilometers south of Pondichéry, has achieved what many other towns tried but few succeeded : to create a haven where all can live in peace, above all creeds, all nationalities, all politics. How and why has this experience been successful ? What is life like in... Read more »
- Juliette Touin10x7'
While Cuba is opening up to the World, Cuba Underground is tracking the alternative places of the island, searching for a new rebellious generation. At the borders of legality, skaters, graffers, punks, stylists and tattoo artist are hijacking symbols and adapting the new trends in order to make Havana a true cultural capital again. Cuba... Read more »