- Eric Gueret & Frédérique Menant104'
All over the world and for their whole lives, millions of women are enduring pains and violence only because they are women. In reaction to these extremes and yet nowadays violence, some have the strength to stand in order to defend their rights, to stop violence and to change the place they had been put... Read more »
- Juliette Cazanave52'
Some people got lucky. Sandrine Bonnaire is one of them. When she was discovered by Maurice Pialat at the age of 15, her destiny changed and she knows it. This is the start of a long career for someone who could have been a hairdresser but turned by chance into an actress and is now... Read more »
- Anca Irte86'
Christian Orthodox nuns in a Romanian monastery call each other “little mothers”. They have renounced earthly trappings to wed the eternal. “God my sovereign, it is You I seek each and every morning. I hunger for You, and my body and soul tremble for You…” This is a film about the most beautiful among them... Read more »
- Eric Guirado & Keren Marciano55'
Once an actor, always an actor? Whatever becomes of those children who shine on the big screen? Is a child actor a future grown-up actor, or merely a figure captured by a director for the duration of a film? How much is down to the actor’s craft? Where does the desire to act come from,... Read more »
- Laurent Ramamonjiarisoa4x52' & 90'
On our planet, men are confronted every day with social and environmental upheavals. How do they face it? Portraits of four ordinary heroes who have decided to take hold of their destiny. For nearly a year, we will follow four people who are in their everyday life facing issues of universal dimension. We will go... Read more »
- Marc Petitjean52 & 83
Kunihiko Moriguchi perpetuates the Yuzen painting technique invented in the 17th Century. Through the documentary portrait of this kimono painter in Kyoto, we enter a closed world, the one of living treasures, these artists chosen by the State to represent the Japanese tradition. We discover the work of a master and his family surroundings. In... Read more »
- Stéphane Chopard52'
The cone shell, a peculiar shell equipped with poisonous gigs which can strike a fish dead in just a few seconds, fascinates scientists. Since we have discovered the complexity of the toxins, and their action on the body, in particular on pain transmission, numerous international laboratories have set on a quest for a promising medicine,... Read more »
- Florence Mauro24'
From Plato’s Academy to Paris or the Metropolitan New York High Line, the garden city lives in the city and promotes the search for our most intimate heterotopias. Instead of speaking, at first limited to philosophers, he later became the seat of democracy for the greatest number. The speaker’s corner is always in Hyde Park.... Read more »