CA | 2022 | 8x30' | French (sub.), English (sub.) | Les Films de l'hydre | Broadcaster: 


Collection of performances by world-class artists from the jazz family, ranging from the blues of Dawn Tyler Watson to the intoxicating saxophone of Charles Papasoff to the virtuoso piano of Matt Herskowitz. They were filmed in Quebec theaters chosen for their architecture, which serve as real backdrops for the performances, notably the Centennial Theatre in Lennoxville, which by its circular shape evokes the Elizabethan theater, perfect for hosting Shakespeare's sonnets slammed by Charles Papasoff, or the Corona Theatre, the only surviving building of the North American film theater type in Montreal, which, with its horseshoe balcony and art deco interior decor, evokes both the splendour and the dereliction of a bygone era specific to the lonely tango imagined by the Rewild ensemble. And finally, you'll love to discover Paul Picard, Céline Dion's faithful percussionist, Mathieu Désy on double bass and Joss Tellier on guitar (who we discover as a poet), known for accompanying Isabelle Boulay and Diane Tell, for example. This bouquet of creators is completed by 4 choreographers-dancers including Vanesa Garcia Ribala-Montoya, prima ballerina at the Grands ballets canadiens who evolves here in a contemporary world.


CA | 2022 | 52X4' | French (sub.), English (sub.) | Les Films de l'hydre | Broadcaster: 



CA | 2022 | 10x26’ | French (sub.), English (sub.) | Production du milieu & Pimiento Médias Inc. | Broadcaster: AMI TV


Blind or visually impaired world class musicians (any music genre), men and women from all over the world, share with us the challenges they had to overcome to become professionals, their vision of music, and what their current success represents for them and their community. In Canada, Mexico, Spain (already shot), the United States, Egypt, France (shooting in Fall 2021) and Morrocco (tbc), these outstanding artists who refused to give up their dream, prove that music is the universal and inclusive language by excellence.

no time for quiet

AU | 2020 | 52’ | HD | English | By Samantha Dinning & Hylton Shaw | Film Camp Pty | Broadcaster: ABC


What’s better than pop-rock music to empower teenagers, help them finding their voice, accepting who they are and the others? Five teenagers, two of them facing mental troubles, take part in the GIRLS ROCK! MELBOURNE summer camp, empowering girls through music. During one week, they form a band, learn an instrument or singing and write a song. Will they overcome their fears and perform it on stage? 


IT | 2019 | 52'/83' | HD | Italian (sub.), French (sub.), Portuguese (sub.), English (sub.) | By Nicola Nannavecchia | Doc/Film | Broadcaster: RSI, RTVSLO


From Italy, France, Canada to Brazil, the history of accordion on the international music scene over the past 50 years is told through the portraits of the most famous accordionists, Paolo Gandolfi and Richard Galliano. Influenced by the best accordionists of that time, they now transmit their art to the younger generations.


SE | 2019 | 110' + 4' interview of Hans Ek, the conductor under request | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | Gothenburg Symphony


Tribute concert to iconic electro music & industrial rock from the 50ies to the 80ies, from Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, NEU!, Einstürzende Neubauten, Rammstein, Can, Ash Ra Temple, Karlheinz Stockhausen, and more, with a symphonic orchestra and electro musicians on stage. This concert promises to be a unique listening experience, sensationally with a mesmerising staging and light plays. Get ready to embark!

The Gothenburg Symphony and electro musicians perform under Hans Ek's conduction.

The concert was shot in the Gothenburg Concert Hall.


SE | 2018 | 102' | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | Gothenburg Symphony


As one of the most visionary British rock artist, Kate Bush broke through with "Wuthering Heights" in 1978, thanks to her unique voice and personality. This tribute concert with cover singers and a symphonic Orchestra celebrates this album in a vibrant way.

Mississippi Ramblin'

FR | 2018 | 52' | 4K | English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Nicolas Finet | N2 The Emerging Side


Two French cartoonists pay a tribute to iconic blues musician Robert Johnson (1911-1938) who inspired legendary musicians such as Bob Dylan, Jimmy Hendricks, the Rolling Stones, and others traveling to Mississippi (USA). They tell us their graphic novel, "Love in vain", a bestseller translated in ten languages (Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Japanese, Polish, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish), about the life of the artist, walking in his footsteps in the cradle of the blues, meeting real blues men.


POP CONCERT | SE | 2017 | 100' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | Gothenburg Symphony


This "popical concert"  features Ane Brun, Norwegian pop music artist performing with the Symphonic Orchestra of Göteborg. Rose to be Norway’s best artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards, she got selected for the Swedish awards “Manifest” after her first album “Spending Time With  Morgan” published by her own label DetErMineRecords, in 2003. She plays the guitar, sings her own songs, written by herself with a unique sensibility and adds her own spice to cover songs from any genre raging from Monteverdi, Spanish folk music, Björk's song or electro music, proving that her musical repertoire has no limit.
Conducted by Hans Ek.

The concert was shot in the National Orchestra of Sweden in Gothenburg.


JAZZ CONCERT | SE | 2017 | 115' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | Gothenburg Symphony


The Esbjörn Svensson Trio, the Swedish jazz band, composed of Dan Berglund (double-bass) and Magnus Öström (percussions) are playing with the National Orchestra of Sweden in Göteborg an original arrangement by Hans Ek, conducting the whole concert. The third player, Esbjörn Svensson, former leader and main compositor passed away on 4 June 2008. For the 10th anniversary of his death, this concert plunges us into the passion for jazz and classical music in a unique mix.

The concert was shot in the National Orchestra of Sweden in Gothenburg.


JAZZ & ELECTRO CONCERT | FR | 2017 | 50’ | HD | French | By Mohamed Athamna | Axe Sud - Ewilona Prod | Broadcaster: Culture Box


This "concert-dance performance" is the encounter between the musical and sound universe of the collective Mâäk (European ensemble directed by Laurent Blondiau) between electro and jazz and that of five Burkinabe dancers, choreographed by Salia Sanou. The bodies and the instruments are confronting each other. Each rhythm and sound, gesture and movement is lost in the universe of the other to rebuild itself. Kawral is the quest for the beauty of encounter, instinctive, free and spontaneous, with improvisations where North and South meet, different lifestyles intertwine and discover each other.

Shot at Chapelle du Verbe Incarné, during festival of Avignon, France. 


JAZZ CONCERT | FR | 2017 | 99' | HD | French | By Greg Germain | Axe Sud | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday. Three divas, three queens who reigned on the planet Jazz throughout the twentieth century and are still heard today. Three women born from the same mold: the one which gives talent,  character and the capacity of resistance. Born a few years apart, they knew each other, appreciated and competed at a time when it was not good to be born black, woman, with talent for singing. Viktor Lazlo is in turn these three women with delight and charm.


POP/GOSPEL CONCERT | FR | 2017 | 138' | HD | French | By Greg Germain | Axe Sud-Ewilona Prod | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


Gospel for 100 voices is the biggest choir in the world. They sing the great standards of gospel, traditional American religious songs expressing the pain of slavery as much as the joy of being together. They also play Caribbean, African gospel and current urban gospel. It has more than 75 singers from 24 countries with different religions, 12 dancers, 8 musicians and 5 internationally renowned vocal Leaders. This group got over 12 million viewers for the "Britain Got Talent" TV show, and won the Golden Buzzer and the Favorite Jury's award during the final in 2016. This video created the buzz and was viewed more than 33 million times on Youtube. Due to its globalized composition and the nature of its songs, such as "Oh Happy Days", this choir offers us vibrant moments of communion by singing brotherhood, love and passion of music.
Shot at the Palais des Sports in Paris, Dome of Paris, France.


DOC | FR | 2016 | 52' | HD | French | By Jean-Marc Gosse | Axe Sud | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


Henri Guédon (1944-2006) was a Martiniquan percussionist -leader of a salsa band- painter and sculptor born on the same day as the abolition of slavery in his homeland. This tribute unveils the story of a humanist, whose legacy still inspires the international artistic scene. 


DOC | ET | 2015 | 81' | HD | English (sub.) | By Dirk van den Berg | OutreMer Film GbR | Partner: Federal Foreign Office of Germany


© Henrik Sauer (bvk)

During the terror regime in Ethiopia, Ethiopian musicians flew to the USA where they influenced the music scene. Today, some of them come back and jam with a new generation of jazz musicians reviving a culture that had been paralyzed for so long.



SLAM CONCERT | FR | 2013 | 52' | HD | French | By Greg Germain | Axe Sud | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


This theatrical and musical "oratorio" is a show aiming at overcoming prejudices and sterotypes about the USA, with songs and slams, based on historical texts (Chritophe Colomb, Walt Whitman, Charles Reznikoff), new ones by David Lescot and by Mike Ladd and work-songs.

Direction: David Lescot

Musical direction: Benoît Delbecq
Theater: Bouffes du Nord


CONCERT | CH | 2013 | 90' | French | By Jean-Pierre Christen | Broadcaster: RTS, TV5 Québec Canada


In Montreux Jazz Festival auditorium, Michel Fugain offers a moving concert of his most famous songs, full of humor and anecdotes shared with the public. The 200 children choristers accompanying him bring freshness and youthfuless.



CONCERT | CH | 2010 | 90' | French | By Jean-Pierre Christen | Broadcaster: RTS


The French composer song-writer Hugues Aufray, also known for its poetry and French interpretation of Bob Dylan’s songs, sings his most successful success in the Stravinsky auditorium of Montreux. With a 200 children choir, he achieves to tremendously touch the audience, moved until the last song.”