FR | 2017 | 20 x 3' | 4K | English, French | By Mike Baudoncq | Mofo Films
FR | 2015 | 108' / 2x52' | HD | English, French (sub.) | By Tom Boothe | Lardux Films
The "Park Slope Food Coop" is a cult cooperative supermarket in Brooklyn with 17,000 members working in it for free during 2 hours 45 per month to earn the right to buy the best food in New York at incredibly low prices (40% less). Shot with a Hopper's esthaetic, this documentary is inspiring a lot of people opening similar shops.
FR | 2012 | 52' | HD | French | By Sylvie Briet | APC | Broadcaster: France 3
What are the differences between water in bottles & tap water? Which one is the more tasty, healthier or more ecological? Water, common good of every consumer, is the theater of a split between French municipalities attempting to erase the tap water’s bad reputation & world companies inventing new marketing concepts to sell their branded water.
FR | 2012 | 52' | HD | French | By Philippe Claudon | Skopia films | Broadcaster: Telessonne
Community gardens improve the quality of life of urban citizens, often commuters, by providing them with a cultivable piece of land. Growing their own vegetables & fruits enables them to reconnect with nature & get them away from daily stress. These gardens has become spaces of self-accomplishment where communities get to know each other. They often help to reinvent new forms of solidarity, increase awareness on ecology & encourage mutual understanding beyond cultural differences.
CH | 2011 | 35' | HD | French, English | By Lucette Quarteron | Kenzara
Stress can build up to dangerous levels, making recovery very difficult and mobbing can cause psychological traumas. To cope
with both issues, we can learn from experiences and experts.
Three managers of a leading Paris Hotel explain how they deal with their own stress and that of their teams. Suzanne, former advertising agency director tells us about her professional exhaustion/burn out and gives advice on prevention and treatment. Agnes, victim of psychological harassment, reveals how she overcame the difficulties.
CHL | 2017 | 20 x 1'50'' | HD | Spanish, one episode in English | By Rosario Jiménez Gili | LAS MINAS Prod | Broadcaster: CNN Chile
FR | 2017 | 3X52' | 4K | English, French | By Franck Sanson | Pronto Prod | Broadcaster: Ushuaïa TV
Series about the protection of endangered species by women scientists (one animal, one country, one woman per episode): Dugong protected by a South African woman in Mozambique, Sloth by a Dutch-Surinam woman in Surinam and giant manta ray by a Peru-Swedish woman in Peru. The series aims at finding a good balance between scientific interviews, scenes showing the animals, beautiful landscapes shot by drones and sub-marine scenes.
First completed episode:
Bazaruto, the Dugong's Land: A Tale of Survival.
Karen, a South-African woman scientist, is doing her utmost to save one of the most endangered sea mammal: the Dugong. On the Island of Bazaruto, off the coast of Mozambique, she works for an NGO at making the local population aware of the need to protect the endangered species and at controlling the respect of conservation rules. Will she herself manage to get close to a Dugong, known for being so timorous?
Second episode: About giant manta rays in Peru with Kerstin Forsberg, from Peru (with Swedish origins). Completion end of November 2017.
Third episode: About the sloth in Surinam with Monique Pool, from Surinam (with Dutch origins). Completion February 2018.
DE / CH / IT / NL | 2011 | 52' | HD | German, English | By Corinna Engelhardt Leonardo Films | Broadcaster: Deutsche Welle