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1991

    • Learning school

      A documentary directed by .

      This documentary is only available in french. If you need further information, please contact us: contact@www.zaradoc.com

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    • Rhyme and Reason

      A documentary directed by .

      Paris, Saint-Denis, Marseille, Bordeaux, Strasbourg… French Hip-Hop in all its forms. Rappers, toasters, graffiti, dancers… Art, spray paint, rapping – a feeling for words, a feel for the beath.
      A cultural melting-pot, French Rap is a, expression of social and individual rebellion – but can it meet the challenge to become [...]

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    • Vietnam the first war // the serie

      A documentary directed by .

      Resistance was getting organised all through Vietnam. It is with much fascination that the French task force on the ground, discovered their enemy. 1950: the Indo-China war was in line with the Cold War. Then came the time of the gréât battles, which ended with the tragedy of Dien-Bien-Phu. On [...]

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    • Vietnam the first war: the tiger and the elephant ep.2/2

      A documentary directed by .

      Resistance was getting organised all through Vietnam. It is with much fascination that the French task force on the ground, discovered their enemy. 1950: the Indo-China war was in line with the Cold War. Then came the time of the gréât battles, which ended with the tragedy of Dien-Bien-Phu. On [...]

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    • Vietnam the first war: doc lap ep.1/2

      A documentary directed by , .

      The sweetness of colonial life was in sharp contrast with the poverty of the country people and the forced submission of the “Annamese”. A revolt against the French settlers was brewing up and getting organised in the jungle around the Vietminh. How was France going to react? Neither de Gaulle [...]

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    • Salsa Opus 1: New York, our Latin thing

      A documentary directed by .

      In the melting pot of New York, Salsa has achieved the dream of General Bolivar: “To unite under a single banner, in the heart of a single culture people as different as Colombians, Puerto Ricans, and Cubans”. New York Salsa is a profoundly Latin music which has allowed these up-rooted [...]

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    • Salsa Opus 2: Colombia, a tropical country

      A documentary directed by .

      In Colombia, the already “spicy” Cuban Salsa is enriched with the country’s own traditional music and dances. The two cities of Cali and Barranquilla constantly compete for the title of “Salsa Capital” at their fairs, shows, and carnivals. The old steamboats that once lined the harbours have since beenreplaced by [...]

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    • Salsa Opus 3: Puerto Rico, the island of song ep.3/5

      A documentary directed by .

      Puerto Rico is the birthplace of the most famous of Salsa idols : Ismaël Rivera. Nicknamed the “Sonero Mayor”, he was the leading promoter of a modern version of one of the richest Caribean folklores : The Bomba. A unique dance music, it is a mixture of African rhythms and [...]

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    • Salsa Opus 4: Venezuela, a visa for the barrios

      A documentary directed by .

      Venezuela has an extremely rich musical past – the rhythms of Soca, Merengue, Calypso, and Steel Bands come together to create a vibrantly original Salsa. But each province has made its contribution – from Barlovento come the drum rhythms of the African community; from Maracaïbo come the followers of Gaïta [...]

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    • Salsa Opus 5: Cuba, rum, rhythm and spice ep.5/5

      A documentary directed by .

      The history of Cuba lies in the smoke of its tobacco, the sweetness of its sugar, and the rhythms of its music. Guitars and white sugar, drums and black tobacco – ever since the 16th century, these elements have combined to enhance Cuba’s creative ferveur. Today, “afé au lait”, Bongo, [...]

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    • About Tristes Tropiques

      A documentary directed by , , .

      “I consider myself a traveller, an archeologist in space,vainly trying to restore exotism with the use of particles and fragments.” An initiatory journey on the tracks of a young, unknown ethnographer, Claude Lévi-Strauss who, from 1936 to 1938 wandered the savannahs and forests of southern Brazil, in search of a [...]

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