Iran: a fascinating country with an exceptional cultural background.
In this Islamic Republic, a creative and daring young photographic scene has committed to giving the world an other vision of its country. Who are these artists? How do they get around the limits of what is forbidden? What are their strategies for continuing to work - and to live - in Iran? The photographers Solmaz Daryani, Gohar Dashti, Shadi Ghadirian, Abbas Kowsari,Tamineh Monzavi, and Neshwa Tavakolian, will be the main actors of the film. Anahita Ghabaian, one of the most famoust photogallerist of Iran, will be kind of a thread of the film. From preliminary shoots to exhibition openings, this film follows them in their eventful daily lives, and accompanies them along the virtual, and real, red lines that must not be crossed. This movie sheds a new light on Iran, a complex country torn between tradition and modernity – a country in which these photographers have chosen to stay, out of passion and pride, despite the difficulties to work there.
Two young women from provincial France, Emma and Thérèse, share the same passion and commitment. As students and then teachers in the prewar Thirties, they ignore convention; they dream of leaving France and raising a child together...
Distant adventures, long-term travels, Damien loves them. But he does not think it necessary to cross 36 meridians for the thrill of exploration and discovery to be at the "rendez-vous"
Distant adventures, long-term travels, Damien loves them. But he does not think it necessary to cross 36 meridians for the thrill of exploration and discovery to be at the "rendez-vous". In 2012, he initiated a series of small-scale local adventures, in the french mountains.
« My Life As A Double Bass » is a musical « Road Movie » following the 140 year career of a double bass.
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.
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.
My name is Nathalie. I get on my skis in Ivalo, Finland. I load up my sled and I welcome, with a grimacing pleasure, on my shoulders and the small of my back, its 71 kilos of gear. All my life fits in there, and will, for the two and half months to come. I put in that too, I know, my doubts and hopes.
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.
The magnificent lagoon of Mayotte, an island in the Indian Ocean, is at the very heart of local life. The Mahorans are aware of this and try to protect it. The lagoon of Mayotte is a cradle of hope : to build a future that will be environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.