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2011

    • Tata Cedrón El regreso de Juancito Caminador New

      A documentary directed by .

      Tata Cedrón is a doc­u­men­tary film that offers a musi­cal and bio­graph­i­cal por­trait of the great tango musi­cian Juan “Tata” Cedrón, and his famous quar­tet, the “Cuar­teto Cedrón”. Born in the sub­urbs of Buenos Aires in the late 30s, Cedrón quickly estab­lished him­self as one of the most inno­v­a­tive and […]

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    • The taste of salt New

      A documentary directed by .

      At Ngay Ngay, a vil­lage in north­ern Sene­gal, there are real nat­ural evap­o­ra­tive basins in which depend­ing on the year large or small quan­ti­ties of sea salt dry out.

      Located 15 kilo­me­tres from Saint-Louis, the vil­lage is liv­ing around a com­plex com­mu­nity organ­i­sa­tion: men divide the salt fields into plots, and women […]

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    • Change: history through Guineans’ eyes New

      A documentary directed by .

      What’s hap­pen­ing in Tunisia, Syria, Egypt, Yemen, Alge­ria, Lybia, Bahrain, Burk­ina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire…?

      Guinea has expe­ri­enced these same events in 2007, but its story has been burked, iso­lated between an army which has always been close to the regime and the indif­fer­ence of both the Media and the Inter­na­tional Community.

      From […]

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    • All Burnt

      A documentary directed by .

      In Tunisia, the verb to burn has var­i­ous mean­ing. It could mean to burn one’s iden­tity papers, to sneak through the bor­der, to burn inside…

      Burn­ing inside is about the dreams and dis­il­lu­sions of all these “burnt” young peo­ple who, before the rev­o­lu­tion, risked their lives to leave their coun­try hoping […]

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    • Hiling, the whips‘day New

      A documentary directed by .

      Since immemo­r­ial time, men try to live in har­mony. Pagouda tribe in north­ern Togo has set up a golden rule to ensure peace: No con­fronta­tion, no fights nor grudges over the year. « But if you can’t resolve ami­ca­bly a dis­pute, if you have to use vio­lence, there is only […]

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    • How Haussmann changed Paris New

      A documentary directed by .

      Few Parisians still remem­ber Hauss­mann, except per­haps thanks to the crit­i­cism that has been addressed to him: demo­li­tion of his­toric dis­tricts, sup­pres­sion of pop­u­lar upris­ings, exo­dus of the poor to the sub­urbs, huge pub­lic spend­ing etc. How­ever, these pale in com­par­i­son to the phe­nom­e­nal progress due to the work of […]

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    • Kondonna or the initiation of a young Kabyé

      A documentary directed by .

      Luc Abaki Kouméa­balo is a Togolese jour­nal­ist. Between his stud­ies and his pro­fes­sional life, he did’nt have a moment for his ini­ti­a­tion, a deter­min­ing fac­tor in his natal north­ern region of Togo

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    • Our ancestors, the Saracens

      A documentary directed by .

      What if the Sara­cens were also french’s ances­tors as much as the Gauls, the Romans and the Franks? Yet, even if french pupils have learn that Charles Mar­tel stopped the Arabs in Poitiers in 732, this bat­tle should be bet­ter con­sid­ered as the begin­ning of an adven­ture, an influence […]

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    • Iraqi Christians: chronicle of an announced exodus New

      A documentary directed by .

      Nowa­days, and more than ever, the Chris­t­ian com­mu­nity in Iraq is at risk of dis­ap­pear­ing. For­merly pro­tected by Sad­dam Hus­sein, since the end of the dic­ta­to­r­ial regime, they have been suf­fer­ing per­se­cu­tions lead by small groups of fun­da­men­tal­ist Mus­lims. This eth­nic reli­gious group, how­ever present in Iraq since the […]

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    • Sahara a region under supervision

      A documentary directed by , , .

      One mil­lion five hun­dred thou­sand Tuaregs live and move around the Sahara. From rebel­lion to rebel­lion, and since decades, the Tuaregs have to face those who are allied to cen­tral pow­ers and that want to exploit the earth and the sub­stra­tum resources, those who dena­ture, chase away and transform […]

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