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.

Food 3.0 - Techno Food

Will biotechnology feed all the world's inhabitants?

Researchers in Silicon Valley intend to manufacture synthetic animal proteins

to meet the growing demand for meat.

  Broadcasting on Planete + on Wednesday, May 24th

Silicon Valley billionaires have set out to save the planet from malnutrition and abolish animal suffering in slaughterhouses ... .. mayonnaise without eggs, cowless milk, shrimp without shrimp and meat without beef ... .. all a program. But then what will become of our farmers, breeders and our culture?


90% of everything we consume comes from overseas,

the sea freight industry controls 95%

of all products shipped on the planet.

  Sunflower Award for Green Documentary Film 2017

Freightened has been awarded "Sunflower Award" for Green Documentary Film 2017

What is the real price of shipping? Who are the key players of this global industry? And overall, what is its impact on our lives and on the environment?
FREIGHTENED takes us behind the scenes to reveal the mechanics and perils of an all-but-visible industry that holds the key to our economy and the very model of our civilization.

Tea War

Robert Fortune,

botaniste et chasseur de plantes,

va mener l'une des plus importantes opérations d'espionnage industriel de l'Histoire.

  DIFFUSION: Samedi 12 Novembre 2016 20H50 sur ARTE

L'Empire britannique s'impose au début du 19ème siècle comme la première puissance économique et politique mondiale, grâce à sa force de frappe industrielle et commerciale, et grâce à ses colonies indiennes. Mais l'hégémonie des Britanniques en Asie se heurte à l'Empire du Milieu, ferméà l'Occident. Or la Chine détient une denrée très prisée des Anglais : le thé.

GMOs' lies and Truth

2016's highest rating for a tuesday prime time broadcast on ARTE

A scientific and political thriller, to understand lies and truth about GMO's


“Frankenfish”: that’s the nickname of what might soon be the first transgenic animal to be authorized for human consumption! The issue of GMOs is crucial for our future. This political-scientific thriller will provide a rational understanding of a debate which is often biased by dogmatic attitudes.

4 "gémeaux" prizes

Last of the elephant men has been the most awarded

documentary at the Canadians academy "Gemeaux" prize

  Duration 85min, Directors Daniel Ferguson, Arnaud Bouquet



This documentary shows how an ancient art tradition

is influencing modern research, including medicine, the automotive industry and space exploration.

  Broadcasting on France 5 on Saturday, August 29th

As we will meet fascinating artists, scientists, designers and engineers and their passion to origami, the fi lm will explore the beauty of mathematics and geometry and their role in nature and in our everyday life.

Biology 2.0

The era of synthetic biology,

building living matter from DNA and genes,

will be a revolution for science.


Just as synthetic chemicals have revolutionized industries for a number of years, a new form of synthetic science is about to change the way humans and scientists think about the living world. Biology 2.0 discovers what nature would never have made and what man is in the process of creating, modifying genetic code to create products as varied as bacteria that fight disease to synthetic leather for handbags.

This three-hour series travels around the globe to take viewers to the heart of this emerging science, from its promises and questions, to its discoveries and realizations, providing a unique opportunity to examine and evaluate the issues and stakes being raised. From the production of energy to new bio-materials, synthetic biology could usher in an era of greater efficiency, lower costs and reduced pollution in the 21st century, but at what cost?