FR | 2019 | 52' | HD | French, English (sub.) | By Matteo Meglioli | Chickens Chicots | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


Through an extreme sport, parachuting, three modern heroines, Mégane, Paméla and Shiame, claim their freedom and explore the limits of our society. Lieutenant 1st Regiment, world champion free fall and mother of immigrant family, they all have a different reason to jump. But are passion and leisure the last spaces where women still have to claim their right to equality?

>> NEW << HiNE TAI'A, chronicles of a fishermen family

FR | 2018 | 52' | HD | French (sub.), English (sub.) | By Thomas Delorme & Virginie Tetoofa Dude Presse | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


Nestled under the coconut trees of Tahiti, the village of Tautira is home to a unique fishing family. The young Tetuara is one of the few women on the island who fishes big-game. Making her father proud and earning the respect of the entire community, she is the pillar of a family which depends on the product of her fishing. With her young sister, they perpetuate the practice of a tough traditional profession, respectful of nature, incorporating certain evolutions of the modern world.

>> NEW << The Afghan Riders

FR | 2019 | 52' | HD | French (sub.), English (sub.) | By Louis Meunier | Zycopolis Productions | Broadcaster: Voyage


In the north of Afghanistan, riders fight for their honour in the traditional horse sport of Buzkashi. Guided by Joseph Kessel's book "The Horsemen", Louis Menier, the main protagonist, follows the hoof marks left by the legendary riders traversing mountain chains in astonishing landscapes pushed by his desire to take part in their dangerous games. Will he manage to experience the thrill of the fight?


FR | 2015 | 43' / 74' | HD | English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Stanzin Dorjai Gya & Christiane Mordelet | Les Films de la Découverte | Broadcasters: ZDF, Arte


Far away from any civilization, on the dry Himalayan plateaus (up to 18,300 feet altitude), Tsering the shepherd devotes her whole life to her 300 hundred sheep and Pashmînâ goats, that she cherishes like a mother. She grazes them under the threat of wild animals. The new generations refusing this hard lonely work, it makes those images even more rare and moving. A life far from the western world luxury industries to which the cashmere wool is destined.


FR | 2013 | 53' | HD | French | By Philippe Delassus | Skopia Films | Broadcaster: France 5


In a mine in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, everybody from children to old people, works to extract, carry and crumb granite outside of any company’s organisation in the framework of rules established by the workers’ community. In the middle of this anthill, a man decides to move a huge quantity of earth to launch his own stones’ exploitation. Will he succeed?