A documentary directed by Hervé Schmoor.
Maori’s culture takes you on a journey, immersing you into the contemporary Maori society once threatened by extinction, but which has been able to uniquely adapt to the world of today. Embracing their ancestral values that have been passed on from generation to generation, the Maori instills hope that the [...]read more
A documentary directed by Francis Guibert.
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.read more
A cultural melting-pot, French Rap is a, expression of social and individual rebellion – but can it meet the challenge to become [...]
A documentary directed by Layth Abdulamir.
In looking beyond the particular histories and sensitivities of Iraq’s different communities, Iraqi filmmaker Layth Abdulamir examines the common roots of this often mistreated and misunderstood country. His camera captures the cultural, social and historical heritage of men and women who wove the fabric of a nation… Kurds, Arabs, Turkomen, [...]read more
A documentary directed by Dominique Dreyfus.
Jewish, Algerian, French, of Kabil origin, Tunisian, Spanish… Enrico Macias – or Gaston Ghrenassian, it’s the same, he says, is above all a man who sings about life. His life and the history that he has been through bear witness to it, he is both spectator and protagonist. For, beyond [...]read more