The TV broadcastings
Our selections and prize to the festivals
AU P’TIT BONHEUR LA FRANCE – SEASON 4
By Philippe Gougler on PLANETE + THALASSA
Every Thursday from 7 till 28 May at 8:45 pm
Snowden’s Great Escape, by Poul-Erik Heilbuth and John Goetz is selected to the BANFF WORLD MEDIA FESTIVAL which will take place in Canada from 7 till 10 June 2015.
This documentary is David and Goliath's modern version,
The story of a manhunt: that of Edward Snowden
the most sought man of the United States
Selected to the BANFF WORLD MEDIA FESTIVAL which will take place in Canada from 7 till 10 June 2015.
Charlie Hebdo is NOT dead
we are all Charlie
On January the 7th, 2015, some criminal fundamentalists have attempted to kill a symbol of freedom of speech.
We would like to express our condolences to the families and say loud and clear that we have nothing but contempt for these bastards that think murder is a way to erase drawings
Charlie Hebdo is not dead
We are Charlie
Some of the last elephant owners in Cambodia
attempt to save the animal at the center of their society.
Duration 85min, Directors Daniel Ferguson, Arnaud Bouquet
For centuries, the Bunong indigenous people of Eastern Cambodia lived with elephants, depending on them for every aspect of life. Now with the forest around them threatened by logging and mining companies, both the Bunong and the elephant face a desperate struggle to survive.
Sand Wars is a surprising investigation into
one of the most consumed natural resources on the planet
Sand is the source of silicon dioxide, a mineral found in wines, cleaning products, paper .....
Duration 74 minutes , Director Denis Delestrac
Houses, skyscrapers, bridges, and airports are all partially comprised of sand. Due to the high demand the planet’s reserves are being threatened. Three-quarters of the world’s beaches are in decline and bound to disappear as victims of erosion or of sand smuggling...
This second series of 5 x 52min tells the animated story
of the genesis of our continents.
It will take us this time in Africa and in Americas.
Duration 5x52 minutes , Director Alexis de Favitski
Since the formation, there is 4,55 billion years, our Earth is submitted to strengths of an incredible power. The earth's crust is in perpetual evolution, redrawing indefatigably the world map.
Continents assemble and part, victims of collisions and tearings. Perceptible movements through earthquakes, through volcanic raids and through tsunamis.
In this " tectonic waltz " of lands and seas, real geologic epic, we follow passionate and fascinating scientists. With them, we travel more than a billion years all over the world to reconstitute the puzzle of our continents and understand the indefatigably sculptured grand landscapes.
Deep in the Russian Arctic archaeologists unearth the remains of a mysterious underground bunke
Inside they find the frozen remains of an entire Samoyed clan, each one violently murdered
What fearsome enemy drove them into hiding and then drove metal blades through their skulls?
Duration 52 minutes , Director Benoît Ségur
En Sibérie orientale, de récentes fouilles archéologiques ont révélé un site exceptionnel. Oubliée depuis des décennies et....
There are more people who have walked on the surface of the Moon
than people who have dived below a depth of 800 feet.
Pascal Bernabé is one of them.
Duration 52 minutes , Director Laurent Mini
In 1996, still unknown to the public, he accepts to dive 577 feet deep to bring back two robots trapped in a cave. ...