he Dumont d'Urville scientific station in the Antarctic is one of the most remote places on earth. Jonathan, a young researcher, is about to spend on year on this station.
After four months of summer, the longest winter on Earth is settling in.
Entirely cut off from the world, Jonathan and his fellow winterovers will spend eight months living totally self-sufficient lives on the station, without any supplies, Internet, television or contact with the outside world...
Experience 365 days in the ice fields, 3,000km away from any coast, - one year of total isolation -, and step behind the scenes for a first-hand view of the astonishing life of polar expeditions !
Fifth 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 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.
« The Châteaux from above » immerses us in the universe of some historical figures such as Francis I, Leonardo da Vinci and Catherine de Medicis, but also introduces us to those who continue to keep France’s great chateaux alive today.
Since 2011, thousands of people are crossing the Mediterranean Sea to seek refuge in Europe. The old continent’s answer is either nonexistent or done on a security basis. Against this state of non-assistance to people in danger, a handful of civilians in Europe are getting involved to bring back some humanity into this unprecedented crisis.
The exams are close, the school year is coming to an end for Peipei, a young artist aspirant of a high school of Henan Province, a poor district of China. Abandoned by her parents, scapegoat of her classmates and teachers, this “wild flower” has trouble finding her place.