Shorts

ICONIC POLYNESIA [6x13’]

The wonders of Tahiti and its islands

ICONIC POLYNESIA is a series of short films highlighting practices as well as cultural and tourist sites among the most emblematic of Tahiti and its islands.

Each episode highlights the wonders of Polynesia, with breathtaking images, accompanied by the words of those who bring these places to life. They share a culture, know-how and environment that have elicited dreams in many who haven’t had a chance to visit.

AFRICA: THE BUSINESS OF FOOD [2x23’]

A profitable business solution to an endemic problem

Africa has been confronted to major food shortages. This series look at some exciting food stories coming from that continent.

Successful new cultures and practices have been implemented to deal with the situation and allow families to feed themselves.

More surprisingly, these experiences have turned into solid and profitable businesses.

BARBERSHOP [110x3’]

Where all kinds of colourful characters meet

In a barbershop located in one of the strongholds of the African diaspora in Paris, Grand Prêtre, a bad barber, dreamer and unintentional comic tries to salvage his business thanks to his indispensable wife, Mère Bijou, who clearly wears the pants in the house.

The shop is where all kinds of colourful characters meet. We catch up with 2 regulars: Vieux Soulard, a professional soccer player famous in Mobutu’s time, and Aller-Retour, who gets the most unlikely customers in.

CARS MATCHES [73x8’]

No limits

Our experts choose 2 cars and push them to the limit to compare them.

Which one will turn out the best?

CARS TRIALS [352x9’]

In depth reviews

New models or forgotten classic, our experts present all the cars you dream of, down to the last detail.

Nothing escapes their sharp eyes.

CRAZY CARS [40x1,5’]

Driven by imagination

A compilation of the craziest and most hilarious cars.

It is just incredible what can de done with a body and 4 wheels.

DEFINITELY FRENCH [6x26’]

A British view on France and its inhabitants

Who are the French? Why are they so peculiar? This country seems to relish standing apart for the better or for the worse.

In this series, a very British director digs into the French paradox by taking an offbeat tour of its quirkiest traditions. There will be plenty of action: snail racing, frog jumping, duck plucking and lemon sculpting. Last but not least, we pay homage to cheese and worship at the temple of wine.

Funny. Surprising. Offbeat. Delectable. Outlandish. This is France like you've never seen it before.

Also available as 30x5'

FANTASMAGORIAS [16x3’]

Hair-raising urban legends

FANTASMAGORIAS brings to life some of the most hair-raising urban legends that were passed down from generation to generation through word of mouth.

A harrowing narrator, vivid colors, a Comics inspiration and references to cult movies from Kubrick, Spielberg or Carpenter, give this series a very peculiar feel.

NOSTALGIC SHOPS [4x52’]

Driven by passion

They are bookseller, hairdresser, haberdasher, grocer...

This series paints the portrait of merchants who, against all odds, carry on their activities despite the daily difficulties and competition from the Internet and supermarkets.

We travel all over France to meet the men and women who keep these nostalgic small businesses alive in a rapidly changing world, driven by their passion and love of their profession.

Also available as 12x13mn

PLEASURES [12x13’]

The matters of luxury

This series is a sensual tribute to these noble materials which, once worked and shaped by craftsmen of genius, give birth to unique objects that define luxury.

A journey to the heart of the matter and its sumptuous metamorphoses from materials as diverse as leather, silk, crystal, chocolate, flowers or precious stones.

RUNET, THE BATTLE FOR THE RUSSIAN WEB [10x6’]

A space for freedom or propaganda

Supporters and opponents of Vladimir Putin are fighting a bitter battle on Runet (the Russian Internet).

The Kremlin is taking a close interest in Runet, which is now bombarded with propaganda and fake news. But despite repressive legislation and the zealous vigilance of cyber-militiamen supported by the government, independent political video bloggers have millions of followers and weigh in on public issues.

This web series presents those who use this space for exchange, freedom or propaganda for an unprecedented radiography of the Russian society.

WHAT WILL BE TOMORROW? THE FAMILY [20x8’]

Understanding and contemplating the world

This collection of vignettes is about studying and understanding family life around the world, from Egypt to Cambodia and Senegal.

How do families function in different countries?
How are they structured and organized?
How do they see their future?

WHAT WILL TOMORROW BE? ANIMALS [20x3’]

Together

Everywhere in the world, animals are at man’s service. Be it for transportation or work in the fields, they are absolutely vital to the smooth functioning of human societies.

The collection of short vignettes shows how varied such relationships can be in various places around the world.

WHAT WILL TOMORROW BE? BECOMING AN ADULT [20x5’]

Understanding and contemplating the world

This collection of short vignettes is all about the youth of the world.

How youngsters, those aged between 15 and 20, see their current situation?
How their daily life looks like?
What are their dreams?
How do they contemplate their future?

WHAT WILL TOMORROW BE? MAN AND NATURE [20x7’]

Understanding and contemplating the world

The relationship between Man and Nature varies from place to place. Osmosis is often found but quite too frequently humans don’t really know how to manage natural resources.

A major challenge for the future.

WHAT WILL TOMORROW BE? WATER [20x6’]

A most vital resource

Water is the primary and the most vital natural resource on Earth.

But are the water supplies inexhaustible?
How can we manage them more efficiently to service an ever growing population?

WHAT WILL TOMORROW BE? WOMAN [20x4’]

Understanding and contemplating the world

Because they give birth, women have always been assigned a special status and function in human societies.

This collection of short vignettes takes a look at the daily life of women around the world. Are they happy with their situation? What are their expectations?