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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 […]

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