A temple in the heart of the Peloponnese – a challenge from the past for future.
Five months in the life of St-Nazaire’s “yellow jackets” between the power of collective action, anger, and rediscovered fraternity.
A tragi-comedy about Pedocìn Beach in Trieste, one of the last in Europe where men and women are still segregated.
In Guadeloupe, Thérèse, her hands in the earth, tends her Creole garden, standing firm against the invisible poisons.
A philology professor and his students create an “Academy of Muses” to revive the world through poetry.
Taking stock of electronic music via portraits of five of its pioneers.
Lina Al Abed sketches a portrait of a father she hardly knew, a member of the ANO who left in 1987, never to return.
Daily life in Landstuhl, Germany, in the biggest American Army hospital outside the United States.
In Spain, a pigeon race rewards the bird that manages to seduce a female and fly alongside her the longest.
A dozen young Ghanaian women contend with military discipline in West Africa’s 1st pilot training school for women.
A glimpse of the Theatre of the Absurd in Naples’ Institute for Public Housing.
In the US, the Immigration Services try to stop the flow of illegal Mexican immigrants. But you can’t stop someone who’s hungry.
Based on the lynching of a black man by three white men in 1998, “South” portrays the slaver past of Texas, and what remains of it.
The rite-of-passage of Gérard, who, at 47, finally learns to read and write, thus becoming the agent of his own life.
In Milan’s famous old bronze foundry, artisans mould, model and polish so that the sculpture by Velasco Vitali can emerge.
The miners in a huge granite quarry in Ouagadougou try to organise themselves so as to be free from exploitation.
Philip Scheffner looks back at the death of two Romanians in 1992, killed by hunters near the Polish-German border.
In Japan, in the mountains on Yakushima Island, humans do all they can to cohabit with the Gods…
Scientific management applied to household chores…
New Year’s Eve on a street in Berlin. Men are setting off fireworks. A celebration… or a riot?
Season after season, L'Harmonie takes us to the heart of this colourful community in search of harmony.
In New Orleans during Mardi Gras, anything goes – the poor mock the rich, and the lowly deride the powerful.
As night falls, some people leave the din of the city for the deafening silence of the forest.
A Saturday night in 1957 in Piccadilly Circus. Londoners are looking for a good time.
It’s 2001, and Blair’s government orders the systematic slaughter of several million farm animals in the north of England.
Mrs. B., from North Korea, travels from China to South Korea to join her family and find a place to live...
Guy Moquet or Guimo or Guims has promised to kiss Ticky in the middle of the neighbourhood, right in front of everyone!
An encounter with the human beings, animals and spirits that inhabit a tropical village like an island in the middle of a swamp.
In a farming family in the Alps, a son discovers his homosexuality and seeks acceptance in spite of tradition.
“Welcome to my little brother’s world where you can talk to animals, pray to the universe and say ‘yes’ and ‘no’ at the same time.”
I’m back in Nice to ask Mémé and Tonton Thomas to fill me in on the 3827 episodes of their soap opera that I missed.
A look at love, prison and hope in Brindisi, the capital of contraband cigarettes in the 1980s…
Rediscovering René Bail, a marginal yet crucial figure in Quebecois cinema.
40 agents in a jobcentre near Paris deal with 4000 clients: the everyday reality of a team with an impossible task.
A journey to Papua in a quest for traces of Bronislaw Malinowski, founder of modern anthropology.
A journey across Italy at the pace of the long-distance express train destined for a gradual decline.
A portrait of Enzo who’s spent half his life behind bars, where he found love and a kind of salvation through poetry.
The trials and tribulations of Maud-Elisa Mandeau, aka Le Prince Miiaou, as she makes her 3rd album.