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.
SL | 2018 | 52' | HD | English | By Matej Vranic | FOTOKOM | Broadcaster: SWR
Conservation of birds is more and more a crucial biodiversity challenge. This film shows that it is possible to re-naturalise areas once devastated by industry thanks to pragmatic initiatives. Astonishing details of our discrete neighbours can be observed during the four seasons unveiling their vibrant life: their struggle for survival in winter conditions; the spring return of the migrants who spent winter down South; the nesting and mating period; the autumnal migrations and winter preparation for those who stay.
HU | 2018 | 52' | HD | English (sub.), Hungarian | By Attila Dávid Molnár & Zsolt Marcell Tóth | Filmjungle Productions | Partners: TZSM Productions | Broadcaster: Spektrum Television, ERT
A huge amount of plastic bags & bottles is swept away by the flood of the river Tisza, flowing through Ukraine, Romania, Hungary and Serbia. Hungarian idealists launched the "Plastic Cup", a long-distance race of a special kind on the river with boats made of the collected plastic garbage to pick up the trash and raise awareness on the issue…in a fun way!
HU | 2018 | 52' | HD | English, Hungarian, Spanish (sub.) | By Attila Dávid Molnár & Cintia Garai | Filmjungle Productions | Partners: Tambopata Research Center, Rainforest Expeditions | Broadcasters: M1, M4, Hungarian Public Broadcasters
HU | 2018 | 52' | HD | English (sub.), Hungarian (sub.) | By Attila Dávid Molnár | Filmjungle Productions | Broadcasters: Czech Television, SPEKTRUM Television, Telewizja Polska
Because of wars, poaching (due to superstitions that the horns of rhinos can heal diseases) and climate -change causing the destruction of its environment- black rhinos from Africa and Sumatra and in particular Northern Kenya white rhinos (the last Northern white male rhino died in March 2018) are endangered. In order to preserve these prehistoric giants from extinction, an international scientific team is developing techniques to freeze embryos in order to allow artificial insemination to resurrect the rhinos later on, once it will be safe again for them to live in the wild. Close to break through, the scientists bring us from Kenya to Malaysia and Hungary. Rhinos may soon find the ultimate refuge not in the wild, but in the freezer.
FR | 2017-2018 | 3X52' | 4K | English (sub.), French (sub.) | 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): Dugongs protected by a South African woman in Mozambique, Sloth by a Dutch-Surinam woman in Surinam and giant manta rays by a Peru-Swedish woman in Peru. The series aims at finding a good balance between scientific content, scenes showing the animals, beautiful landscapes shot by drones and charismatic characters to be compelling for a broad audience.
FR | 2016 | 52' | 4K | English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Franck Sanson | Pronto Prod | Broadcaster: Ushuaïa TV
Karen Allen, 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 the canal 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?
FR | 2017 | 52' | 4K | English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Franck Sanson | Pronto Prod | Broadcaster: Ushuaïa TV
FR | 2018 | 52' | 4K | English (sub.), French (sub.) | By Franck Sanson | Pronto Prod | Broadcaster: Ushuaïa TV
SI | 2018 | 72' / 52' | 4K | English (sub.) & Slovenian (sub.) | By Jure Breceljnik & Rožle Bregar | Film IT, RTV SLO, Studio Ritem, Vizualist | Broadcasters: RTV SLO, ARTE
Merely 4 500 people inhabit East Greenland’s 20.000 km long coast. It's one of the least populated place on our planet. Only over the last five generations, the ”modern” way of life penetrated East Greenland: the local population faced dramatic changes, from living in total isolation -the way people lived in the Stone Age- to integration in our globalized world. The world of the Inuit is changing at an alarming pace. Still, there are hunters and their families perpetuating their customs and traditions in a beautiful way.
HU | 2017 | 52' | HD | English (sub. and English narration voice), Hungarian | By Balázs Lerner | Filmjungle Productions | Broadcaster: Hungarian public TV, TVP, Ceska TV, Deutsche Welle
Divers working together with scientists take us into the Molnár János cave -the largest underwater thermos-karstic cave in Europe- to unveil the never seen before underground wonders of Budapest. In this thrilling scientific documentary, we discover the unsuspected huge cave under Budapest and a new specie.
HU | Completion 2019 if financing secured | 52' | HD | English, Hungarian (sub.) | By Balázs Lerner Filmjungle Productions
For 16 years, the biologist scientific Proteus Project team have been exploring unknown breathtaking places: the caves underground of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its mission is to assess the spatial extent of the caves, to describe their ecosystem, and preserve their unique and vulnerable fauna. They discover new species and study tiny animals which reveal much about environmental issues. This documentary is going to be shot, for the first time, with revolutionary ways of filming in caves, in low light conditions.
FR | 2014 | 52' / 90' | HD | French, English (voice-over, sub.) | By Bob Coen, Eric Nadler & Nicolas Koutsikas | Georama TV, ARTE, NHK | Broadcasters: ARTE France | SF, RTS, LRT, LTV, CyBC, SNRT, CESKA, TV3, RT6P, TLT, RTBF, NRK, Estonian TV, La1, TG4, RTVSLO, ERT, SVT, DW.
More than one million tons of chemical weapons are lying under water, near our coasts. From 1917 to 1970, armies have systematically dumped their mortal poisons into the oceans, all over the world. Little by little, the active substances are being released. Why politicians and military staffs took this decision? What are the consequences on maritime life and on our health? This investigation explores the issue in all its dimensions & search for solutions.
FR | 2010 | 52' | HD | French & English (sub.) | By Franck Sanson | Skopia films