- Tata Cedrón El regreso de Juancito Caminador
- The taste of salt
- Change: history through Guineans’ eyes
- All Burnt
- Hiling, the whips‘day
- How Haussmann changed Paris
- Kondonna or the initiation of a young Kabyé
- Our ancestors, the Saracens
- Iraqi Christians: chronicle of an announced exodus
- Sahara a region under supervision
A documentary directed by Fernando Pérez.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Ndeye Souna Dieye.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Chiara Cavallazzi.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Leila Chaïbi.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Augustin Talakaena.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Yves Billon.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Luc Abaki Kouméabalo.
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 Togoread more
A documentary directed by Robert Genoud.
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 […]read more
A documentary directed by Layth Abdulamir.
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 […]read more
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 […]read more