On april the 21st, on "la Une" of the belgium channel RTBF
Are we on the edge of a space war ?
The Bayeux Tapestry, still preserved in Normandy, is part of the World Heritage of UNESCO. It is a huge tapestry, or more exactly an embroidery of nearly 70 meters long recounting the invasion of the kingdom of England in 1066 by William, Duke of Normandy.
Broadcasted by ARTE
Directed by Emmanuelle Nobécourt and Erwan Bizeul
This is the story of a young girl who did not want to make a film and who became a myth of the 7th art. It is the story of an intimate and violent secret that shaped his dazzling career. It’s the story of Claudia Cardinale. It is worthy of a novel.
In official selection of the DocsMX 2021 Festival
The life of a crime scene cleaner in Mexico
Directed by Phil Cox
A french-UK-Mexico Coproduction
Donovan Tavera, 49, a heavy metal enthusiast, is Mexico's only certified forensic cleaner. His job is to clean up crime scenes after the criminal police. With the help of his daughter Maria, and his wife, Elisia, who answer calls and help him prepare his cleaning products, Donovan runs a unique family business. Self-taught and passionate about his work, he is dedicated to the victims and their bereaved families.
Best Endangered Species Film at the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York - 2020
On ARTE, june the 26th
A Taxi-Brousse, Cabalà (Chili), Toisan FIlm (Equateur) coproduction
The world's biggest radio telescope
Has been nominated "best international documentary series" by the 26th Shangai intenational film festival
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.
Betty Davis, Nasty Gal
An Arte France - Native voice films coproduction
Directed by Phil Cox
Funk Queen Betty Davis changed the landscape for female artists in America. She “was the first…” as former husband Miles Davis said. “Madonna before Madonna, Prince before Prince”. An aspiring songwriter from a small steel town, Betty arrived on the 70’s scene to break boundaries for women with her daring personality, iconic fashion and outrageous funk music.