Secret Migrations

a new documentary series on the prowess of certain flying species

filmed using state-of-the-art technology during their annual migrations.

From Monday 16 to Thursday 19 September 2019 at 7pm on ARTE

  

Pipistrelle bats, Belle-Dame butterflies, Eleonora falcons, black-headed warblers...: these discreet flying species are capable of incredible performance. This documentary series reveals the unsuspected travels and behaviours, essential to their survival, of these highly migratory people. Miniature transmitter, satellite tracking, and DNA analysis are all ways to trace them and solve the enigmas of their journeys.



Moon Wars

Broadcasted by ARTE

directed by Véronique Préault

  

Fifty years ago, the race for the moon was a another expression of the Cold War. Today, our satellite is more than ever the magnifying mirror of terrestrial stakes.
A new geopolitics of space is emerging, marked by the predominance of the economic prism. The idea of an economy of the Moon develops, of which the tenors of the private sector have made their new El Dorado. China, emerging countries, Europe, USA...



After two years of travelling around

Zik Truck has arrived in Paris

And crowned

the best singer in the Outremers

  

ZIK TRUCK is a global entertainment programme (TV, Web, radio) that highlights the musical talents of six overseas territories: Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Réunion.



Theater release on december the 26th

Release of the documentary "Good" directed by Patrick Mario Bernard

featuring Rodolphe Burger



Ariane, a french challenge

Broadcasted by RMC in November

in association with RMC Découverte, the CNES, and the CU of Guiana



Car wars

Directed by Véronique Préaut et Guy Beauché

In coproduction with Golden Bridge Media (China)



Betty Davis, Nasty Gal

An Arte France - Native voice films coproduction

Directed by Phil Cox



ALOHA SHIRT, L’ESPRIT DES ÎLES

Autrefois symbole du glamour tropical à Hollywood

puis longtemps considérée comme le summum de la ringardise,

la chemise hawaïenne fait son grand retour.

  Broadcasting on Nouvelle Calédonie 1ère on Tuesday, October 3rd

Et pour nous raconter cette belle success story, le journaliste Antoine Laguerre, passionné par Hawaï, est parti à Waikiki où elle est érigée au rang de patrimoine national. Première économie de l’île après le tourisme, cette chemise rapporte 500 millions de dollars par an au 50ème état américain.

En à peine 80 ans, les chemises hawaiiennes sont devenues l’icône des tropiques et se sont imposées comme un emblème de la culture pop. Inspirées des kimonos japonais et des imprimés floraux tahitiens, portées à l’origine par les surfeurs et les plagistes, elles ont conquis le monde. Depuis une dizaine d’années, elles reviennent en force. Les collectionneurs les ressortent de leurs écrins. Reflet de la diversité culturelle des îles du Pacifique, l’Aloha Shirt véhicule l’esprit des îles.