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François Christophe

    • Thierry, portrait of an absent

      A documentary directed by .

      Thierry, one of the homeless people in Paris, died of an overdose in December 1991, in indifference and anonymity. Little hoodlum first, he was hanging out on the streets  and going to school only half the time. Backpacker, as a teenager, he travelled all over France, and soon became a [...]

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    • I, Tarzan

      A documentary directed by .

      Tarzan was born in the imagination of Edgar Rice Burroughs but escaping his author and books he became a mythical character very quickly. The hero of so many movies and comic strips, he is now part of our heritage. This film is a rediscovery of this so rich and diversified [...]

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    • Living under the planes

      A documentary directed by , .

      It is the story of a village at the gates of Charles de Gaulle airport. There are still about one hundred inhabitants left in this village which, thought it has been listed, is falling in ruins. They are the victimes of absurd and contradictory political decisions and have to bear [...]

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    • The other globalization

      A documentary directed by , .

      December 1999, 40,000 demonstrators invaded the streets of Seattle to denounce the World Trade Organisation (WTO). In the past few years, the number of protest movements has widely increased. A network of associations have been set up all over the planet; they are claiming for a different globalisation with more [...]

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