Projects

LANDS OF LEGENDS [4x52’]

A journey to the heart of the elements that have forged our world

Fire. Earth. Water. Air. These four elements have crafted unbelievable landscapes and generated extraordinary natural phenomena.

These geological, physical, or biological wonders have always fascinated humanity and given birth to numerous legends. But what is the scientific reality behind these legends? Scientists and storytellers combine their knowledge to tell the story of unique locations.

Visually breathtaking, both informative and entertaining, this series offers a cinematographic journey to some of the world's most beautiful natural landmarks.

PEARL RIVER DELTA, THE GREATER BAY AREA [4x52’]

A sprawling megalopolis

The mighty Pearl River Delta in Guangdong Province, China, is one of the world's most populated and fastest-growing delta regions in the world.

This series follows the course of the country's third most extensive river system, from the mountains to the sea, where clusters of cities have connected to form a megalopolis now referred to as the Greater Bay Area.

It explores how rivers and ancient canals linked old travel routes and pastoral lands with historic cities, villages, and towns, and how they have been replaced by sprawling interlinking roads and rail networks, creating a mosaic of land and water that feeds a thriving vibrant population.

THE MEDITERRANEAN IS NOT DEAD 52’

The sea repairmen

"If we do nothing, in 20 years, the Mediterranean will be a dead sea". This sentence by Jacques Yves Cousteau in 1979 is still relevant today, and as is often the case, there is good and bad news.

The good news is that measures have been taken to ensure the Mediterranean does not die. The bad news is that more than 40 years have passed, and the newspapers are still headlining the same sentence.

But what is the reality? Is the battle lost in advance? What measures have been put in place?

70S IN TURKEY, ROCK'N'RIOT 52’

Revolution in music

At the turn of the 1970s, Turkey was going through a major crisis. Against the backdrop of the Cold War, a painful chapter of political instability began with repeated coups and a succession of governments.

These events gave rise to a revolutionary current carried by an anti-capitalist and feminist youth eager for freedom that defied a very conservative society and martial law.

This film tells this story through the prism of Anadolu pop, a music style born on the barricades that combined local sound with western rock on lyrics inspired by the Anatolian poetic heritage.

POLYNESIAN HIKES [5x26’]

Closer to the local culture and legends

This series explores the Polynesian tracks, away from the beaches, palm trees, and mass tourism, bringing us closer to the local culture and legends.

PUMA PROJECT 1’

A super-predator's paradise

Over a year, director Jorge Camilo Valenzuela will travel around Patagonia, following the pumas that populate this vast expanse, which man and climate change are gradually eating away.

This part of the world, comprised of granite peaks, meadows, subarctic forests, glaciers, and windswept lakes, offers a dazzling backdrop for discovering this super-predator with its massive muscles and deceptively reassuring big-cat appearance.

THE CHILD OF THE FOREST [4x52’]

Nature protector

Leo Urban is a child of the forest.

He uses his knowledge, extraordinary physical abilities, and community of followers to answer calls for help from those fighting to protect nature around the globe.

THE FIRST WINEGROWERS' SCHOOL IN CIDER COUNTRY 115’

Great wines within reach

Brittany, in Western France, is known as the home of cider. Growing wine there seems far-fetched, yet global warming is upending many areas in surprising ways.

Thanks to the rise in temperature, the production of great wines seems within reach there.

Driven by enthusiasts, a budding professional sector is appearing with the creation of the first school of viticulture.