- Lucia Sanchez52
It has taken just a few years for Murcia, one of the most arid regions in Spain, to become the Capital of golf in Europe. For retired english men and women, Murcia represents a dream world, a place to practise their favourite sport in the sun, low cost. But for a lot of them, this... Read more »
- Frédéric Laffont & Isabelle Dupuy-Chavanat52
The film takes us to the heart of the Hermès workshops, where men and women work the finest raw materials with minute attention to detail, bringing their expertise, patience and passion to the creation of unique, timeless objects. Beatifully orchestrated, like a musical score, the play of gestures, words, close observation and silence highlights the... Read more »
- Guillaume Orignac et Bruno Deniel-Laurent52min
« CHAM », a documentary filmed in Cambodia reveals the merciless repression suffered by muslims under the regime of the Khmer rouge (1975-1979). During those four years, the muslims had been particularly targeted by the Khmer rouge death machine which saw them as « enemy No.1 ». At the time when the international trial of... Read more »
- Dominique Gros97
Who was Mary and what kind of relationships men and women of today have with her, the one who is called the VIRGIN MARIE, « Mother of God», eternal virgin, a role model for women put forth by the Church, object of apparitions and popular fervor? The story of Mary, a biblical and theological character,... Read more »
- Pascale Bourgaux52'
Afghanistan 2001 : alongside General Massoud, Mamour Hasan stands up against the Talibans, supporting the occidental intervention and the new governement. As a convinced democrate, he reintegrates « moderate and repentant » Talibans in his village. Ten years later, the lord of war pays the consequences of his generosity and commitment. Less powerful and almost... Read more »
- Marc Fafard & Yves Maillard52'
In 1963, a pilot flew his small plane over northern Quebec. He saw dogsleds, tents and igloos, a people whose way of life had changed little over thousands of years. The pilot was Johnny May, an Inuit himself, the first of his people to take the controls of an airplane. Although he didn’t know it... Read more »
- Nadia El Fani75' & 56'
August 2010: Tunisia is in the middle of Ramadan under Ben Ali’s régime. Despite the weight of censorship, Nadia El Fani films a country which seems open to the principle of freedom of conscience and liberal in its relationship to Islam…Three months later, the Tunisian Revolution breaks out, Nadia is out in the field. While... Read more »
- Noelle Deschamps75'
This documentary is a “poetic journey” to the four corners of the planet, through the imaginations of several writers and directors from all over the world, such as Frank Pierson, Jacques Audiard, Pan Nalin, James Gray, Guillermo Arriaga, Maïwenn and Michel Gondry. By entering their world, through the images of their films and personal interviews... Read more »