"They" have chosen to renegotiate the "system". Reduce the global society of men to their humble community. To reinvent the structure and bonds between them. Focus on quality over quantity, to feed on the fruit of their labor, to rebuild a society of proximity, which respects nature.
"They" are men and women who live in ecovillages. They invent their future, shape other ways of life, and it works.
Us, we are a man and a woman traveling on a tandem with their children. We want to learn how these ecovillages function, comprehend their technics, witness how they deal with daily life. How to stay independent but consistent. How to respect humans and the environment, for the benefit of our health and our environment.
From community to community, we sail through Spain and France for a local adventure. Looking for the ingredients of lifestyle that meets the challenges of our time with success. Our belief ? this is the beginning of a quiet revolution that will change society !
In a small Beninese village named Guimbereru, tradition seems unchangeable. However, life has deeply changed since the Whites arrived. A gap has insidiously opened up between nearly hundred-year-old men and young people caught up in the wheel of globalization.
The portrait of "Brother Antoine", a former monk of the Abbey of Cîteaux.
June 2014: the next major phase of the restoration of Chartres Cathedral has begun, a project that will take two-and-a-half years to complete. The most spectacular and representative areas of the cathedral are being renovated : the nave and the windows surrounding it.
This film traces out the portrait of a motorway rest area located in the countryside in the North of France. It looks like a dream, filled with the whispering thoughts and the lives of those who work here, as well as those who are just passing through.
First episode « The Journey » is a 14½ hour documentary film by Peter Watkins, made between the years 1983 and 1985 on several continents, released on film in 1987 at the Toronto Film Festival. It is structured around the theme of nuclear weapons, military spending and poverty. Ordinary people are asked about their awareness of these issues.
This documentary (drama) allows us to discover silent prayer as it is practiced throughout the world by Carmelite friars and nuns, but also by lay people. A legitimate spiritual path, silent or interior prayer was first initiated by St. Teresa of Avila.