Microwaves, Wi-fi, 3G, mobile phones, electrical network… We are all electrosensitive. Our bodies are sensitive to electromagnetic waves going through our environment.
Intangible and invisible, these electromagnetic waves are nowadays everywhere, they have invaded our daily lives. For example, France has about 64 million cell phones subscribers. And over 6 billions worldwide, 87 % of the human population of the Earth. This insidious pollution results in a slow and gradual electrification of the human body. A new disease is emerging: electrohypersensitivity.
For the past ten years worldwide questioning of mobile phone antennas has been increasing. It is based on numerous scientific studies which have revealed the effects of electromagnetic waves on health. Yet, States, industrialists and part of the scientific community claim that health standards protect the public.
In Bangladesh, 49 million people are currently contaminated by arsenic contained in the water they consume daily. Not properly informed, abandoned and rejected, these people die in their villages in a total lack of concern.
François Gabart, in November 2012, took part in his first ever Vendée Globe.
Algeria, 1871, Omar Ben Zamoum fights against French colonial Administration to keep his lands and his position. A story about the process of sequestration of Algerian lands during french colonisation.
Contemporary Albania is at a turning point in its history. This animated documentary calls into question the criteria a civil society is grounded on, at the very moment when it is coming into existence.
My Life As A Double Bass is a musical « Road Movie » following the 140 year career of a double bass. She carries her bassist on the trail of her history meeting instrument makers, musicians and historians along the way. Through her story we discover the evolution of music making in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.