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Don't tell the Chef Cooking TV show Explore the delicious world of French cuisine with the help of presenter François-Régis Gaudry who introduces you to the nation's greatest restaurants and mouthwatering dishes. He travels around the country presenting the top spots for finding the tastiest meals, from pizza to bouillabaisse and much more. Join him for the best food and wine advices. Watch
Edouard Loubet And The Flavours Of Provence (52min) 2015 Food documentary Star chef Edouard Loubet, chef of the year 2011, runs the Capelongue restaurant in the heart of the Luberon. For several months, a team followed him in his daily search for excellence, in his relationship with local producers, in his work as a creator and researcher... Watch
The Favorite Village Of The French 2012 Unknown A journey with Stephane Bern through the French villages to discover personal stories, culinary and artisanal specialties, walks and practical tips... Watch
French delicatessen Food documentary Culinary programme, hosted by Michelin-starred chef Guy Martin, that presents iconic foods and ingredients that are associated with French cuisine - blackcurrants grown in Burgundy, mustard from the Dijon area, salt and edible succulent plants from the Guérande marshes, Banon cheese and spelt from the Forcalquier area of Provence, and the experts who work with each of them. Every episode offers viewers a chance to learn about a new dish, ingredient, and the culinary masterminds behind them. Watch
The Beautiful Story Of Poulain Chocolate (52min) 2016 Food documentary In 1847, Victor-Auguste Poulain, a 22-year-old man, started up a small business. Little did he know, it would soon become one of the biggest brands the world of sweets has ever known! On March 8, 1852, Poulain filed a patent for a chocolate recipe that would secure his fortune. In the years to follow, he set up his first factory on the heights of Blois and became the great industrialist who very quickly understood the importance of advertising to consumers. Watch
Vuitton: Behind The Scenes Of Luxury'S Mastermind 2018 Fashion documentary The most sought-after French luxury brand has given access to its workshops for the first time. There, the most famous handbags are laser-cut. This movie opens the enviously guarded doors of the French luxury institution. Watch
Trend Xxi Art magazine Presented by actress, fashion journalist and style expert Viviane Blassel, this enthralling show keeps us up to date with the latest vogues in couture, crafts, design, beauty, and food. Inspirational characters from each of these fields tell their stories of struggle and success and describe how their talents and skills have to keep evolving in order to keep ahead of the game. Watch
Secrets of History: Marie-Antoinette's intimacy (1h30) 2008 History TV show Stephane Bern takes us to the journey of discovering the unique, peaceful, intimate palace, given to Marie-Antionette as a present from her beloved husband, Louis XVI. Some will speak of whims, others of the refinements of a young queen whom politics and court intrigues hardly interested. As a mater of fact, the queen preferred taking care of her animals, enjoying her time with friends and family, organising game nights and listening to music, far away from the watchful eye of the public, thus making the palace a piece of intimate heaven the Queen longed for. Watch
On the writers' trail: GUSTAVE FLAUBERT (Part 1) 2011 Cultural documentary The great French writers have undoubtedly left everlasting traces both in the treasury of literary works and in the places they frequented. This episode highlights both the masterful work and the fascinating life of the novelist Gustave Flaubert. Learn more about the creation of his masterpieces, places he visited and lived in. Watch
Cannes, A Crazy Summer On The Riviera 2017 Social documentary Cannes, the heart of movie festivals, a well known jewel of the Côte d'Azur, triples its population during the summers. The city gets flooded by millionaires from all around the world who arrive with their private jets, helicopters or yachts to enjoy its privileges. Here, Mozart is the "king of the night". All summer long, he takes over the Gotha nightclub, one of the biggest on the Côte d'Azur, where he brings in world-famous DJs. Watch

paris city of art

One Night In Orsay Museum("52min)2018 Art documentary For one night, Charles Berling visits alone the Orsay Museum, which exhibits the rich artistic movements that emerged between the French Second Republic and the beginning of the First World War.
The Great Masters Of Painting: CEZANNE(56min)2013 Celebrity documentary Before taking up an interest in the world of art and completely devoting to it, the great Paul Cezanne was a law student. However, upon moving to Pairs, where he started working at the Académie de Charles Suisse, he became a member of the Impressionist movement. Cezanne's work goes beyond Impressionism, thus remaining one of the most misunderstood and controversial, to this day.
The battles of the Louvre2014 Historical documentary Throughout the centuries, as the fortress of Louvre has been home to many kings, it has been transformed and extended several times. It was built at the end of the 12th century, by King Philippe Auguste in order to defend Paris against enemy invasions. When Charles V decided to take the Louvre as a royal residence, he ordered its expansion and a construction of the new enclosure around Paris. In 1528, it became home to François I who continued to enhance it...
Building Modern Paris: An Esoteric Vision(52min)2017 Political documentary During his 14 years as president, François Mitterrand launched more than 11 projects, from the Arche de la Defense to the Opera Bastille, including the Pyramid of the Louvre.
Bernard Buffet, The Great Agitator(52min)2016 Biography documentary From rare archives, the film penetrates in depth the work of the French painter Bernard Buffet, revealing, throughout the paintings, his power and coherence. It draws the portrait of Bernard Buffet, through the moving testimony of Pierre Bergé, his first love, and that of his son Nicolas.
Beethoven: Symphony no. 5 in C minor op. 672014 Classical music Composed in 1805, Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5" became famous from its first performance. In addition to this concert, Philippe Jordan reveals his approach to the work in an enlightening interview.
Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor op. 1252016 Classical music
Beethoven: Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 362016 Classical music Conducted by Philippe Jordan, and with the Orchestra and Chorus of the Opéra national de Paris, this repertoire contains all of Beethoven Symphonies, performed in a young, yet traditional way...
Beethoven: Symphony no. 3 in E flat major, Eroica2014 Classical music From
Beethoven: Symphony no. 6 in F major Pastoral op. 682015 Classical music

paris

Mixer2020 Cooking TV show A stylish magazine that combines food with creativity and design. It brings together the most inventive chefs with artists, photographers, graphic designers, journalists, or scientists who participate in the phenomenon of creative cuisine..
Globe-cooker in Paris: The Morrocan(26min)2016 Food documentary Being one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, Paris offers a mind-boggling array of culinary delights from all around the planet. Join our host, chef-adventurer Fred Chesnau, as he explores the gastronomic customs and traditions of the foreign communities that make up the Paris melting pot. From Turkish kebabs to Japanese sushi, Thai noodles, Spanish tapas, and Korean kimchi stew, this show presents something mouthwatering to satisfy the most demanding tastes. .
Mysteries Of Paris: The Curse of the Phantom2017 Unknown For centuries, Paris has been full of mysteries and enigmas that are often classified as supernatural, myths, legends, or popular beliefs...
The Lutetia: The Hotel Who Wanted To Be a Palace2018 Tourism documentary The Lutetia Hotel was built in 1910, survived the two wars and welcomed many respected artists. Throughout the history, it was repurposed couple of times. During the World War II, the German army made it its counter-intelligence headquarters. After the Liberation it became the reception center for deportees returning from the concentration camps. Learn about the history of this remarkable establishment whose final ambition is to be ranked as a Palace.
Eiffel Tower: A Building Wonder2020 Architecture documentary The Eiffel Tower has just turned 130! Honoring its anniversary, this movie retraces major stages of its construction. It was built in 19th century, and was known to be the largest and fastest constructed building at the time. We invite you to dive into the heart of the breathtaking history of this majestic giant!
Building Modern Paris: An Esoteric Vision(52min)2017 Political documentary During his 14 years as president, François Mitterrand launched more than 11 projects, from the Arche de la Defense to the Opera Bastille, including the Pyramid of the Louvre.
One Night In Orsay Museum(52min)2018 Art documentary For one night, Charles Berling visits alone the Orsay Museum, which exhibits the rich artistic movements that emerged between the French Second Republic and the beginning of the First World War.
Paris, The City Of Lights2019 Unknown Discover Paris, the majestic "city of lights" by taking a walk through the history. The 19th century was the golden age of the industry, art and science. As the travel became more accessible, the capital was now revealing all of its beauties to the world. Through the maze of its narrow streets, its wide boulevards, one could only gaze with amazement at the incredible, charming, historical buildings..
The Louvre : Behind the Scenes2016 Cultural documentary Even though museums often seem cold and lifeless, they hide incredible, inspiring stories which bring to life each and every one of the masterpieces in their collection. Discover secrets of the great Louvre, take a trip through the dark, hidden passages, into rooms to which the eye of the public does not have access.
Mysteries Of Paris: The Templars2018 Unknown A dive into the greatest order of chivalry of the Middle Ages, that of the Templars, to discover its secrets with Jean-Marc Léri...

voyage across france

Beautiful Getaway - Gourmet Lyon(1h30)2015 Tourism TV show Join Sophie and Gregory in the exciting adventure which takes place in Lyon! Gregory evokes the history of the town's gastronomy, which he knows by heart. They then head for the most beautiful traboules in Old Lyon. Afterwards, they visit the Fourvière basilica! Furthermore, they continue their adventure in the streets of the town, where they keep discovering everything Lyon has to offer.
Beautiful Getaway - Treasures of Lot2016 Tourism documentary After having climbed the 216 steps of the grand staircase, Sophie discovers a stunning setting in the heart of medieval Rocamadour: two knights approaching on their horses. Romain and Lionel, directors of the medieval spectacle which is taking place that same afternoon, will introduce us to the mysterious legend of the Durandal's sword. Moreover, Sophie is offered a small role in the show, which she happily accepts.
1000 Countries In One: Flandre(52min)2015 Nature documentary The country of Flanders is above all a land of culture, history and tradition, with remarkable natural sites, rich with astonishing fauna and flora. The houses are built with mixed bricks with respect to Flemish art, whereas the natives are authentic, friendly and will make you feel at home.
100 Must See Places: Cévennes(26min)2018 Tourism documentary Take a walk through the mountain range of Cévennes, and learn about its local heritage, which easily seduces lovers of the great outdoors, and small towns full of character. This national park presents a great diversity of beautiful landscapes, only waiting to be discovered.
Love in Paris(52min)2016 Tourism documentary Paris is the emblematic city of lovers, the city of bohemia and the perfect setting for all lovers. People from all over the world have come to seal their love on the bridges and banks of the Seine, blending in with the most beautiful landscapes of the City of Light.
Beautiful Getaway - Corsica Week-end2017 Tourism TV show Southern Corsica is home to many natural wonders. Wherever you turn, you will find yourself in front of a breathtaking view: from Bonifacio, settled on limestone cliffs, to tropical-looking beaches and mountain villages which are remarkably perceived... Rich architecture, heritage, and so much more, await the tourists who decide to come and enjoy this beautiful land.
100 Must See Places: Provence(52)2018 Tourism documentary From the left bank of the Rhone River in the west to the Var River in the east, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea in the south, Provence evokes a pleasant and peaceful state of mind...
Roots and Wings: Wine and Lakes in Gironde2015 History TV show Drawing on the notion of the local and the global in terms of outlook this French documentary explores concrete locations from villages to cities and examines the specifics of these unique communities while also considering their relevance in wider national and even international concepts for these are but pieces within a much wider and more complex picture: the French and the global.
1000 Countries In One: Creuse2015 Nature documentary The Creuse has a rich historical heritage and is world famous for its tapestries, which can be seen in the most beautiful castles.
1000 Countries In One: Besançon, le Doubs2015 Nature documentary The city of Besancon is well known for its citadel, but it was also home to famous people such as Victor Hugo and the Lumière brothers.
1000 Countries In One: Avalonnais2015 Nature documentary A journey through a fascinating country, from the majestic castle of Chastellux to the amazing prehistoric amusement park of Cardoland.

french gastronomy

-Chloe's pastry2018 Food documentary Live the daily life of Chloé Saada, and learn all her pastry secrets and tips to make a stunning birthday party, a breathtaking wedding cake,and create real magic moments!
-Culinary Road Trip Food documentary Weekly French culinary series hosted by food critic and devout cook Julie Andrieu. In each episode Julie travels across wondrous French landscapes to discover a world of flavoursome food, meeting individuals who share her passion for all things culinary, whether it's making the produce or cooking it in the kitchen. Focussing on foods that are specific to a respective region, Julie and her guests end each episode with a scrumptious banquet, sampling only the very best from the area. Join Julie on her culinary adventure across her native France, a country revered for its cuisine.
-Hors D'Oeuvre Art documentary Experience the concepts of art and cuisine combined together. Enjoy the representation of the culinary masterpieces and learn about the historical symbolism and depths of art.
-Don't tell the Chef Food documentary Explore the delicious world of French cuisine with the help of presenter François-Régis Gaudry who introduces you to the nation's greatest restaurants and mouthwatering dishes. He travels around the country presenting the top spots for finding the tastiest meals, from pizza to bouillabaisse and much more. Join him for the best food and wine advices.
-Globe-cooker in Paris: The Mexicans(30min)2019 Food documentary Fred Chesneau immerses himself in Mexico's incredibly rich gastronomic traditions in two Parisian restaurants and a mobile taqueria.
Globe-cooker in Paris: The Thaïs(26min)2016 Food documentary After paying a visit to "Street Bangkok Local Food", Fred Chesneau continues his journey. He meets with Sukanya, a woman of Thai origin, who will be preparing a traditional meal for her guests.
The Beautiful Story Of Poulain Chocolate(52min)2016 Food documentary In 1847, Victor-Auguste Poulain, a 22-year-old man, started up a small business. Little did he know, it would soon become one of the biggest brands the world of sweets has ever known! On March 8, 1852, Poulain filed a patent for a chocolate recipe that would secure his fortune. In the years to follow, he set up his first factory on the heights of Blois and became the great industrialist who very quickly understood the importance of advertising to consumers.
Globe-cooker in Paris: The Indians(26 min)2016 Food documentary Continuing his exploration of Paris, Fred Chesneau discovers the culinary universe of the Indians at the Gare du Nord.
Globe-cooker in Paris: The Chinese(26 min)2016 Food documentary Being one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, Paris offers a mind-boggling array of culinary delights from all around the planet. Join our host, chef-adventurer Fred Chesnau, as he explores the gastronomic customs and traditions of the foreign communities that make up the Paris melting pot. From Turkish kebabs to Japanese sushi, Thai noodles, Spanish tapas, and Korean kimchi stew, this show presents something mouthwatering to satisfy the most demanding tastes.
French Masters of Wine(52 min)2016 Food documentary Wine is more than just the fermentation of grape juice; it is the result of the mysterious combination between nature's gift and human knowledge. Today, the beverage is an integral part of France's cultural and gastronomic heritage, and shapes its landscape. This film takes us to the greatest French grand cru and wineries to discover, through the seasons, the precious work of those who cultivate the grape to extract wines with unique flavors that are sought after by connoisseurs around the world.

art and culture

Beethoven: Symphony no. 9 in D minor op. 1252015
Classical music
-Beethoven: Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 362014 Classical music Conducted by Philippe Jordan, and with the Orchestra and Chorus of the Opéra national de Paris, this repertoire contains all of Beethoven Symphonies, performed in a young, yet traditional way...
-Beethoven: Symphony no. 3 in E flat major, Eroica2014 Classical music Vincent Massip
-Beethoven: Symphony no. 6 in F major Pastoral op. 682015 Classical music Vincent Massip
-Beethoven: Symphony no. 7 in A major, op. 922014
Classical music
Beethoven's most famous symphony is conducted in the traditional manner by Philippe Jordan. This Seventh Symphony radiates cheerfulness and pure joy...F
Beethoven: Symphony no. 8 in F major op. 932015 Classical music
Beethoven: Symphony no. 1 in C major, op. 212014 Classical music The first of Beethoven's nine symphonies is conducted by Philippe Jordan, mixing a youthful approach with a traditionalist interpretation.
Scaramouche's Kids2014 Ballet A young boy dreams of becoming a star dancer. In his dream, he portrays the young students of the Opera de Paris and their teachers on stage in Nanterre and in the Palais Garnier, where they usually perform...
One Night In Orsay Museum(52 min)2018 Art documentary For one night, Charles Berling visits alone the Orsay Museum, which exhibits the rich artistic movements that emerged between the French Second Republic and the beginning of the First World War.
Louis XVI's escape(1h 30min)2008 Cultural documentary In order to save his wife Marie-Antionette and his children, king Louis XVI disguised himself in an ordinary man and tried to escape from Tuileries Palace on June 21, 1791, where he was held captive. Unfortunately, nothing went according to his plan. This documentary retraces the events which led to and followed the king's attempt of escape.

history

The Lover(1h55)1992 Drama movie Indochina, in the late 1920s. On a ferry across the Mekong, a French teenage girl meets the Chinese Man. She is fascinated by his riches and elegance, and accepts a lift in his limousine to complete their journey. Together, they enter a whirlwind of reckless, all-consuming passion, born from desire and suffering. A forbidden affair whose fate is already decided.
Barbara(1h38)2017 Drama movie As she got chosen to portray the character of a famous singer Barbara, a young actress Brigitte gives her best efforts to rise to the challenge. The actress carefully studies Barbara's character, gestures, manners and intonations, all under the watchful eye the filmmaker, Yves Zand. As the shooting progresses, Brigitte gradually merges with the character, imitating her facial expressions and body language to the point of completely confusing the director.
My mother's castle(1h38)1990 Drama movie As he spends the summer holiday with his family in La Treille, Marcel experiences romance for the first time, thus falling head over heels in love with Isabelle. However, as the fall came, the family moved back home, separating the young couple. The road to La Treille is very long, and if the family wanted to go there every weekend from now on, they would have to find a way to shorten the long ride.
My father's glory(1h45)1990 Biographical movie Son of a local school teacher and a seamstress, Marcel Pagnol was born in 1895, in the south of France. Being present in the classroom from a very early age, while his father was teaching his students to count and read, Marcel acquired that knowledge early on. During a holiday vacation in the mountainous region of Allauch, the family befriends cheerfuller neighbours, while Marcel gets to know Lili, a local peer who teaches him all the marvellous secrets of these beautiful hills: the sources and caves where they could hide and play.
The Lovers of Montparnasse(1h48)1958 Romance movie In the narrow streets of Montparnasse district, a troubled painter named Modigliani drags his misery around the feverish bistros, drinking away his sorrows. Misunderstood by his contemporaries, he desperately tries to sell his drawings. The painter is loved by two women: Beatrice, an Englishwoman with excessive fantasies, and Jeanne Hebuterne, a young bourgeois who abandons her family to join him. However, struck by a terrible disease, the genius painter is slowly approaching his end, still hoping that someone will give recognition to his talent.
The kings of France: NAPOLEON (Part 1)(52 min)2011 Historical documentary On December 2, 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned as French emperor. He is now known as Napoleon I.
The kings of France: NAPOLEON (Part 2)(52 min)2011 Historical documentary The reign of Napoleon I, emperor of the French, was marked by numerous military campaigns throughout Europe and by important reforms.
The kings of France: NAPOLEON (Part 3)(52 min)2011 Historical documentary Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte was proclaimed emperor of the French in 1852 after having been elected, four years earlier, first president of the republic.
Louis XVI's escape2008 Cultural documentary In order to save his wife Marie-Antionette and his children, king Louis XVI disguised himself in an ordinary man and tried to escape from Tuileries Palace on June 21, 1791, where he was held captive. Unfortunately, nothing went according to his plan. This documentary retraces the events which led to and followed the king's attempt of escape.
June 18 appeal2010 Cultural documentary While the French army was in the midst of a collapse, Charles de Gaulle, just promoted to general, went to London to ask for Churchill's military aid. When he learned that Marshal Pétain had just asked Hitler for the conditions of an armistice, he decided to launch an appeal for resistance. The man, who until then was only a character unknown to most French people, suddenly acquired respect worthy of a legendary figure.

opera, dance & ballets

-Swan Lake(2h35)2016 Ballet Inspired by ancient Nordic legends of a princess transformed into a swan by an evil sorcerer, "The Swan Lake" gave birth to a myth of a swan dancer, a ballerina par excellence.
-Rigoletto(1h48)2016 Unknown Cursed by one of his victims, Rigoletto, a cynical but superstitious jester, decides to take his daughter away from his greedy master, the Duke of Mantua...
Lyric Concert At The Opera2016 Unknown Soloists Sondra Radvanovsky, Anita Rachvelischvili and Aleksandrs Antonenko, accompanied by the Orchestra and Choir of the National Opera of Paris, perform a number of pieces by Verdi, Puccini, Bizet, Saint-Saëns and Bellini.
-Casse-Noisette Cie(1h46)2015 Ballet It's Christmas Eve. Among a mountain of breathtaking presents, one stands out: a funny nutcracker, shaped like a little man with huge teeth. As the evening gathering slowly came to it's end, and the family called it a night, the little girl, Clara, lingered in the toy room, irresistibly drawn to her Christmas presents. At the stroke of midnight, all toys came to life! And the funny little nutcracker has only one mission: to take them all to the land of fairies.
-L'Histoire de Manon(1h36)2015 Unknown Based on the novel written by Abbe Prevost, the story takes us to Paris, a luminous city where society gets easily addicted to luxury and simple pleasures. Carried by this whirlwind, Manon finds it hard to resist the temptations much present in the air, thus dragging faithful Des Grieux down with her.
La petite danseuse de Degas2010 Unknown When Marie Van Goethem, a young dancer, loses her father, she must provide for her and her mother. She finds solutions by dancing, posing for painters but also by prostituting. Choices for which she will be expelled from the Opera dance school. This trip through the history of classical dance is a tribute to the "painter of dancers", Edgar Degas...
39th Tomorrow's Circus World Festival2018 Circus The best circus artists under the age of 25 had gathered under the circus tent of the Cirque Phénix in Paris, for the 39th edition of a benchmark festival. Under the amazed gaze of passionate spectators, artists from all over the world paraded in front of an international jury. Alone, in a duo, or in a troop, the young talents have delivered over their demanding performances a breathtaking summary of the creative profusion that agitates the contemporary circus.
Rudolf Nureyev: Celestial Attraction(52 min)2008 Cultural documentary Born in March 1938, Rudolf Khametovitch Noureev remains one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century. Blessed with exceptional beauty and virtuosity, he led a brilliant international career. After being given a political asylum in France in 1961, he performed for Roland Petit, Maurice Béjart, George Balanchine and Martha Graham. He later become a director of dance at the Paris Opera, his "Swan Lake". The dancer died on January 6, 1993, in Paris, affected by AIDS.
Carmen2012 Opera Seville, 1820. The bells of a tobacco factory have just rang. The soldiers of the rising guard are waiting in front of it, wanting to buy some cigarettes. Carmen, a beautiful and passionate young gipsy steals attention of the gathered men. She enjoys it. However, she shows interest in the only man who does not seem to be enchanted by her, Don Jose.
Marie-Antoinette2019 Ballet Thierry Malandain offers you a unique and modern ballet which tells an inspiring story about the the queen Marie-Antoinette's life in Versailles.

lifestyle

Maps Lifestyle TV show MAPS is the new lifestyle magazine by Marin Montagut. Each week, the host discovers new aspects which shape the city and preserve its soul: forgotten locations, new spots, historical places, exceptional viewpoints, maintained wastelands...
Trend Xxi Art magazine Presented by actress, fashion journalist and style expert Viviane Blassel, this enthralling show keeps us up to date with the latest vogues in couture, crafts, design, beauty, and food. Inspirational characters from each of these fields tell their stories of struggle and success and describe how their talents and skills have to keep evolving in order to keep ahead of the game.
Dressed Up For Summer... Cultural TV show "Dressed up for summer" covers the manifestation of Paris spring/summer Fashion Week, analyses the world of fashion, thus studying the latest trends.
Dressed Up For Winter...2016 Cultural TV show From Paris to London, from Milan to New York, Mademoiselle Agnès opens the doors of fashion weeks, going from show to show, from backstage to catwalk.
-How French Men Like It(1h10)2019 Sexuality documentary Men are often described as sex animals, unable to control their impulses, obsessed with their performance, egoistical in bed or considering sex as a way to dominate. In order to dispel the misconceptions about men's sexuality, fifteen men from 23 to 75 years old agreed to share their intimate secrets with us.
Vuitton: Behind The Scenes Of Luxury'S Mastermind2018 Fashion documentary The most sought-after French luxury brand has given access to its workshops for the first time. There, the most famous handbags are laser-cut. This movie opens the enviously guarded doors of the French luxury institution.
Legends of France: The Alps2015 Social documentary The legends of the Alps depict a magical and fascinating nature, populated by creatures and adorned with enchanting fountains and icy seas...
Swagger2016 Social documentary Eleven children living in Aulnay-sous-Bois are being approached by a documentary that wants to hear them talk about their daily lives and about their dreams. In their dilapidated neighborhood located in the northeast of Paris, how do they cope with their cultural roots? Do they feel recognized?
The Parisienne2014 Social documentary This documentary portrays the women who have conquered Paris, to gain their freedom, to find love or to realize their professional potential.
Legends of France: Paris2019 Fashion documentary The people and monuments have contributed to create the legend of Paris, the city of light on which all the world's spotlights have always been focused...