Moving Forest New
Palm oil causes massive deforestation in Indonesia. Through habitat destruction, indigenous populations and wild species are directly threatened. In order to get a better understanding of what reality is like in that equatorial part of the world, we went to Borneo and Sumatra. There we met NGOs and local individuals [...]read more
A documentary directed by Henri Quenette.
The Tenderloin has long been known as the “heart” of San Francisco. It is the last refuge for elderly, disabled and low-income working people striving to stay in the city. This area is perhaps the last frontier in SF’s ever-expanding gentrification trend. It has a high-density population and has prominent issues [...]read more
A documentary directed by Patrice Landes.
Mustang’s 2000 square kilometres thrust like a thumb into the great belly of Tibet. Its 7000 inhabitants are Tibetan and live much as Tibetans have for centuries. Since China invaded Tibet in 1950, the new rulers have banned many of the ancient ways and destroyed much of the unique culture. [...]read more
A documentary directed by Virginie Seiller.
While in search of a mysterious stone tablet, the Table of the Statutes of the Miao people, we meet Guzhu, shaman of a mountain village, who becomes our guide.
We discover his medicinal practices and the traditional customs of the Miao people, who found refuge in the mountains after being persecuted [...]read more
A documentary directed by Louis Decque.
The astronomer and mathematician Pytheas lived in Massalia (Marseilles) a flourishing Greek city, in 400 BC. At that time the Greek scholars already knew the earth was round so they asked themselves other questions: is the earth steady or does it move? Is it at the centre of all things? [...]read more