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2 DEGREES, THREATS TO THE PARIS AGREEMENT

The climate war in the form of a thriller

52 mnHD
Backstage at the Paris Agreement, we meet its important actors and recreate the suspense, tension and all the twists and turns behind the unfamiliar but essential negotiations that were held in December 2015. What happened away from the public eye that could help us understand the...
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A BETTER FAST FOOD

Speedy but tasty

52 mnHD
The fast food sector counts now 34,000 outlets, 3 times the number 10 years ago. Every day, millions of French people visit these restaurants bypassing traditional ones as a result of a short lunch break and attractive prices. This market turnover has doubled in 8 years. But in the...
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A WILL FOR LIFE DESPITE BEING INFECTED AT 20

Fighting for tomorrow

90 mnHD
They are between 16 and 30 years old and one day their lives become upended by sickness. Cancer, Crohn’s disease, diabetes. These are the scourges of the century. Despite their youth, they are brutally touched in their flesh, their blood or their head. Some even see death face to...
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AFGHANISTAN: THE HEROIN CONNECTION

An easy road to evil

52 mn
Over eighty-five percent of the heroin consumed in Europe comes from Afghanistan, where, despite the belligerent declarations of Western officials, production has exploded. Poppy growing, which enjoys ideal climatic conditions in Afghanistan, is the only source of income for many of the...
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AFRICA: THE BUSINESS OF FOOD

A profitable business solution to an endemic problem

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Africa has been confronted to major food shortages. This series look at some exciting food stories coming from that continent. Successful new cultures and practices have been implemented to deal with the situation and allow families to feed themselves. More surprisingly, these experiences...
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AL QAEDA: WORLD TERRORISM

The birth of the jihadist movement

52 mnHD
The years from 2001 to 2011 have been plagued by Al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden. But to understand how this former business student from a wealthy Saudi family became the leader of the international jihadist movement, we must go back in time and dive into the various episodes of the wars in...
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BRAZIL, THE GREAT LEAP BACKWARDS

The squandering of a democracy beacon

52 mnHD
Following President Dilma Rousseff's impeachment, Brazil has entered a time of great political instability. The members of Parliament who drove her out are often corrupt themselves and charged for that, sometimes even for murder. Between democracy and government graft, this film...
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BRAZILIAN MAZURKA

Memories of a Polish community

52 mnHD
In South Brazil, the city of Aura is almost entirely populated with descendants of a Polish community which settled here in 1911. Today, some of them try to keep that history alive so that the grit of these pioneers and the difficulties they had to overcome may serve as an example to all....
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BRAZIL’S BLACK SUN

In Brazil, nothing is ever completely black. Except for oil.

52 mnHD
10 years ago, Brazil was on top of the world with the exploitation of huge underwater gas and oil fields. Today, Brazil’s hopes have been crushed and the national company, Petrobras, is caught in a huge corruption scandal. The market has collapsed and so did the profitability of...
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BRIGITTE MACRON, A FRENCH SAGA

The secret side of France's First Lady

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Brigitte Macron might be a woman in the shadows but she is a key element in the dazzling rise of Emmanuel Macron. She made a name for herself in the political world by becoming the candidate’s agent during the presidential campaign and assuming absolute control over the use of the...
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BUENOS AIRES, LATIN AMERICA EMPRESS

European elegance tinged with South American passion

52 mn4K
Buenos Aires is the capital and economic center of Argentina and a subtle cocktail of European elegance tinged with South American passion. Twice as big as Paris, one never ends to explore the thousand faces of this city which name evokes simultaneously tango, soccer, Malbec and...
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BURMA THE ENDLESS GUERILLA

The Kachin plight

45 mnHD
Burma’s democratic process is making headlines but the minorities issue is being largely ignored. One of the oldest guerilla in the world is led in Northern Burma by the Kachin people, which has been fighting for over 60 years against the central government to preserve its language,...
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BUSINESS REVOLUTION

Change or disappear

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In a fast-paced changing world, companies must exit their confort zone, break taboos and invent new business models. The series BUSINESS REVOLUTION helps us understand the disruptions that are shaking up industries and their players. With each episode, men and women share their expertise...
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CHILD LABOR IN BOLIVIA, THE BROKEN TABOO

A scandal or a necessity ?

52 mnHD
Nowadays in Bolivia, children as young as 10-year-old are legally at work. They can be seen everywhere. If this regulation outrages international organisations, the children themselves and their union that led the campaign in favour of lowering the legal working age welcomed it. This law...
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CHINA CLOSE-UP

Striving. Living. Loving.

12x26’HD
China is steeped in rich history, tradition and culture but with a population of over a billion people, it is also a land where countless personal tales unfold every day. CHINA CLOSE-UP takes an intimate look at stories of love, life and longing providing a riveting insight at the daily...
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CRUISES SAFETY

Lessons from the Concordia disaster

34 mnHD
Several months after the facts this report delves into the Concordia disaster by questioning the safety of cruises. These giants of the seas embark each year thousands of passengers. What are their risks?
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DOES PRICE HAVE GENDER?

The gender marketing

52 mnHD
Pink for girls and blue for boys. These color codes have always defined consumers by sex. However a recent study has revealed that not only manufacturers differentiate products by their customers’ gender but also charge different prices. The medias are taken by storm, social...
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EATING LIKE A POPE

Gastronomy in the Vatican

52 mnHD
What do popes eat? How do people eat in the Vatican? From Eve’s apple to the miracles, food has always had a special place among Roman Catholics. This film opens the lid on a little known world: the gastronomy of the Vatican.
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ERDOGAN THE RISE TO ABSOLUTE POWER

52 mnHD
In the space of just a few years, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has achieved the tour de force of becoming the strong man of the Middle East and a key diplomatic partner for Brussels and Washington, but also and especially the unchallenged ruler of a Turkey in complete disarray. The attempted coup...
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EXCEPTIONAL TRANSPORTATION : PLANES ON THE ROAD

The race to bigger planes, manufactured ever faster

52 mn4K
On the Airbus assembly site near Toulouse, pieces of planes come from the four corners of Europe by air, road or water. Putting together the puzzle of aircraft parts and shipping XXL cargo demand powerful and ingenious technology. This film takes us behind-the-scene of this technological...
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EXCEPTIONAL TRANSPORTATION : PLANES ON THE ROAD (LONG VERSION)

The race to bigger planes, manufactured ever faster

75 mn4K
On the Airbus assembly site near Toulouse, pieces of planes come from the four corners of Europe by air, road or water. Putting together the puzzle of aircraft parts and shipping XXL cargo demand powerful and ingenious technology. This film takes us behind-the-scene of this technological...
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FACTORY TOWNS

God created the world and the rest was "Made in China"

2x45’HD
Workers were once at the vanguard of the Chinese socialist revolution. Today, they are employed to generate private profits, submitted to state policies, molded to fit the needs of the country's market economy. But behind this new proletariat lie moving human stories. FACTORY TOWNS,...
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FALLUJA, A LOST GENERATION ?

Secrets of a dirty war

52 mnHD
In 2004, Falluja in Irak, became the theater of a major showdown between the American soldiers and the Iraqi insurgents. But even though the sounds of this harsh battle have died down a long time ago the consequences are only showing now. And they are of the toxic kind. Babies are born...
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FIFTEEN YEARS OF TERROR

Terrorism recent history

2x52’HD
In fifteen years, from the 9/11 attacks against the World Trade Center to those in Paris in November 2015, dramatic and deadly strikes have been targeting Western countries like never before and have changed the face of the world. In between these two major events, the aggressions and...
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GIANT AQUARIUMS, THE RACE TO THRILLS

A dive into the fascinating world of modern arenas

26 mnHD
Today, more than 40 giant aquariums compete for 3 million tourists who come to admire the marine fauna. To attract them, these destinations are going after the ultimate star: the shark. Casting a squale means, at least, 20% more visitors per year. But to work it must be a massive and...
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GRENADINE, LEMONADE: THE SUMMER CORDIALS BATTLE

The new inexpensive family beverage

26 mnHD
The concentrated fruit syrup is making a comeback. Formerly defeated by sodas, syrup sales are nowadays only a tad behind those of its main rival as well as fruit juices. It owes its success above all to its price, it is 8 times cheaper than a bottle of juice. Whats’ bad for the...
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HOTELS: ONLINE RESERVATION

Questionable competitive practices

26 mnHD
To prepare their holidays, the French are turning more and more to online booking websites. Booking, Expedia or Venere share the hotel market on the Internet. These sites claim to offer the best deals. But are the prices displayed truly cheaper than those charged directly by the hotels?...
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HOUSEKEEPERS, THE NEW SERVANTS

An occupation disregarded, poorly paid and unstable

31 mnHD
Today, there are nearly 600,000 housekeepers legally employed in France. Twice that number could be working undeclared. Many of them took this occupation out of necessity. They are disregarded, poorly paid and have no security. These women often have multiple employers and work long...
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ISIS: TERRORISM 2.0

How did the World let it emerge?

52 mnHD
On November 13, 2015, a new terrorist organization strikes at the heart of a major Western capital: Paris. The toll is terrible giving ISIS an overnight and sinister fame. What is this terrorist group? Who are its men? Why going after France and the West? How did we let such a monster...
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JOBLESS IN FRANCE, PROSTITUTES IN BELGIUM

Necessity knows no laws

31 mnHD
An active sex ring exists between France and Belgium. In Flanders, just 15 minutes from Lille, 70% of the prostitutes are French. To make ends meet, they work in brothels in Belgium. They are unemployed saleswomen, part-time nurses, even graduates. They entered this profession as a...
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KIDZANIA

The future workers amusement park

13 mnHD
Kidzania is an unusual amusement park in Tokyo. Kids come here to experience what’s an adult working day is like by trying the job of their dreams. At hands they have a real plane cabin, a full size TV studio or firemen trucks. Everything is highly realistic. But thanks to sponsors,...
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KIM JONG-IL: THE FORBIDDEN BIOGRAPHY

A hazardous handover

52 mnHD
Kim-Jong Il was the most secretive political leader on earth. A grotesque dictator with a finger on the nuclear trigger. Starting from a personality profile of this schizophrenic dictator through exclusive testimonies, this film offers a geopolitical analysis of the Korean peninsula based...
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KIM JONG-UN: THE UNAUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY

The heir to the first communist dynasty in History

52 mnHD
He is the living God of the 9th nuclear power of the world. He is a Western educated young man and a basketball fan but raised in secrecy to take over the commands of the North Korean regime, the first communist dynasty in history. From him we only have amusing, absurd and sometimes...
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LAKE LUGU’S LOVERS

The world's last matriarchal society

52 mnHD
Imagine a civilization where there is no marriage, free love, where men do little work, don’t inherit property and where women head families and manage the economy. Enter the Women’s Kingdom of the Mosuos in China and follow an unusual love story in the world's last...
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MACAROON MADNESS

Haute couture patisserie

26 mnHD
After wine and cheese, the macaroon is the new flagship of French gastronomy. It has become the fashionable pastry. More than 510 million are sold every year. The origin of this success can be traced to the legendary Parisian tea salon, Ladurée. Ever since, the macaroon is...
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MALI, IN THE NAME OF SHARIA

The Islamic yoke

26 mnHD
They cut the hands of thieves, veil women, prohibit music and dance ... This is an exclusive report from northern Mali where Islamist extremists have imposed their laws. A vision of Islam that many Malians do not adhere to so they flee to the capital, Bamako, where they can still enjoy...
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MELON, SECRETS OF THE SUMMER STAR FRUIT

One of France favorite fruits

26 mnHD
The melon is one of the star fruits of summer, but its culture hides many surprises. The most reknown region where it is grown is Cavaillon, in the south of France, but the fruit can also be found further north or from the other side of the Mediterranean.
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MIGRANTS

A 2-year journey from misery to disenchantment

52 mnHD
2013. Five young Afghans decide to take a shot at a better life and migrate to Europe, more specifically Paris their dream destination. Then begins a two-year 12,000 kms long journey, across six borders and full of first times: the ocean, girls in mini-skirts, bars, skyscrapers…...
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NAIL POLISH RESURGENCE

The colours of success

26 mnHD
Nail polish is enjoying a resurgence worldwide. Long regarded as a basic beauty accessory, it is now very trendy. With nearly 10 million bottles sold in 2011, it is the flagship product of fashion. In France alone nail polish is a prosperous market of around 74 million euros.
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NORTH KOREA VS USA: A NUCLEAR CHICKEN GAME

The winning survival strategy of the Kims

52 mn4K
With the North Korean flag floating alongside the Stars and Stripes, June 12, 2018 was the climax of a strategy unfolding over 3 generations. The Kims’ communist dynasty has tried to become a nuclear power since the Cold War. While it kept unrelentingly at its plan, the Americans...
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NORTH KOREA, THE GREAT ILLUSION

Beyond the propaganda

50 mnHD
In 2011, the sudden death of Kim Jung Il brought to power his Western educated son and basket-ball fan Kim Jun-un, 30. But very quickly any hope of liberalization raised by the new leadership faded in front of the dictatorial logic of the first communist dynasty in History. This is the...
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PARIS CHINESE SECRETS

A discreet and powerful community

49 mnHD
Chinese in Paris form a secretive community which feeds many fantasies and resentment, prominently for taking control of whole districts of the capital. In fact, the dazzling success of some of them is built on hard work and a powerful network between villagers from the same region of...
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PARIS, CITY OF BLIGHTS?

The wild underground

52 mnHD
The French capital is swarming with prolific, sometimes disturbing, hidden life. From the world of sewers filled with rats to the subway kingdom of the cicadas, we take a deep breath and plunge into the weird and grim jungle of the Parisian underworld. Strangely, these creatures we see as...
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POISON IN OUR HOMES (THE)

Daily life hazards

52 mnHD
Without knowing it, we use every day products that pollute our home. When we buy a liquid of maintenance for floors, we have in our hands a cocktail of VOC (volatile organic compound). When we acquire a piece of furniture, he is often agglomerated wood and releases in the atmosphere of...
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PRESCRIPTION FEVER

The health care system in question

26 mnHD
The French social security system was 16 billion euros in the red in 2013. Savings for the government can come from lowering the price of drugs. Indeed, every minute, health insurance reimburses 43,800 € for various capsules or tablets. Why is there such an overconsumption of drugs?...
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RACISM THE DARK FACE OF BRAZIL

An underlying tension that permeates the whole society

55 mnHD
While Brazil elects a far-right President, this film focuses on the humiliations suffered by the destitute. How are they viewed by the rest of the population? Is the fear felt by the privileged justified? Thought in-depth interviews and testimonies, this much needed film shows how race...
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READY MADE MEALS

Are they a health hazard?

52 mnHD
In the last 30 years cooking time has been cut by half in developed countries. Fixing diner today often means warming up food contained in a plastic pouch, a can or a brick. In a world where every minute counts, ready-made meals enjoy a scalding success. You can’t argue the...
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RINCONADA: GLACIER GOLD

The killing attraction of gold

30 mn
Located under a glacier in the Andean region, 5,500 meters above sea level, “la Rinconada” is the highest gold mine in the world. Despite the lack of oxygen and challenging temperatures, 20,000 people live in the nearby shantytown. Their job is to dig through the ice and rock...
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RISKY PLATEFUL

Eating can be detrimental to your health

52 mn
Three journalists were the guinea pigs of an unprecedented experience. For several weeks each followed a specific diet while being subjected to medical tests. The results are alarming: eating can be detrimental to your health. Salmon with pesticides, pork and chicken with antibiotics,...
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ROUBAIX SECTION 13

A career in law enforcement

52 mnHD
Julien, Lea and Felix are barely 20. Like their comrades, their lives will radically change in a few months. They are learning a profession but also values and rules. They also realize that they will never be citizens like anyone else. Their lives and their careers will be dedicated to...
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SEA PORTRAITS

People of the Pacific

10x26’
In the Pacific Ocean people have a passion for the sea. This collection of half-hour portraits presents endearing people living for and by the sea like the surf teacher, the marine reseacher, the coast guard, the environmental activist or the fisherman. SEA PORTRAITS goes to different...
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SEARCHING FOR MULLAH OMAR

Who really was the iconic leader of the talibans?

59 mnHD
Mullah Omar, the Afghan Taliban leader, is one of the most controversial and enigmatic men on the planet. Even after a decade of foreign military presence, we still know absolutely nothing about him. Is he a dreadful Islamist? Has he been branded evil to justify a military intervention in...
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SHOULD WE BELIEVE WIKIPEDIA ?

A question of trustworthiness

29 mnHD
Wikipedia has become the 6th most visited website in the world, but users know little about the collaborative encyclopedia’s rules, operation and trustworthiness. Indeed, anyone can modify the online articles as he wishes. Content is not exactly secure, so one has to rely on the...
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STEALING THE PAST

History's value

26 mn
Around the world, theft of art and antiquities has reached epidemic proportions. Some $6 billion dollars worth of stolen heritage is trafficked every year. UNESCO says it may be the third biggest illegal trade after drugs and arms. There’s a 40 year-old UN convention that’s...
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STRANGER THAN YOU

Asia through teen's eyes

10x26’HD
This info-educational series targeted at young viewers uncovers amazing and unusual customs, rites, rituals, traditions, jobs and even hobbies of teens in Asia. Get an insight into curious worlds and experience the contrast of growing up in neighboring countries.
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SUMMER HOMECOMING

Holidays in the country of your roots

75 mnHD
More than 5 million immigrants live in France and, when the temperature warms, most of them feel the urge to spend the holidays in their homeland. This trip back takes the whole winter to prepare. Every summer, over a million answer this call and hit the roads on their way to Portugal,...
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SUMMER MARKETS

The lies fair

30 mn
Industrial cheeses sold as local products. So-called "professional" pans imported from China. Everything goes to lure tourists. In 2009, we investigated France summer markets scams, 2 years later do these practices still exist? On one market, a cheese producer pointed out...
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SUN AND FUN: IBIZA MADNESS

Sleepless nights island

80 mnHD
Every summer, from May to September, 2 million youngsters converge in Ibiza. A typical day’s schedule is always the same. Early afternoon, when the clubs are closing (here one sleeps only a few hours piled up in tiny pensions), the party-goers head to the trendy beaches. Beach clubs...
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TAMPON, OUR CLOSEST ENEMY

52 mnHD
This is an International investigation about dangers of the tampons. Cases of menstrual toxic shocks are increasing around the world and woman that have been close to death are witnessing. Thanks to independant studies and tests, we know now that tampons contain dioxicis, toxic...
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THE "ACTION DIRECTE" ORGANISATION SECRET HISTORY

A murderous ideology

52 mnHD
In 1985, the members of Action Directe killed Army General Audran and then, in 1986, Georges Besse, head of French automaker Renault. The following year, the 4 leaders of the movement were arrested and sentenced to life in prison. According to the media, they were targeting the symbols of...
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THE ARM DEALERS' TRASH CANS

Are outdoor tests harmful?

52 mnHD
Each year, various weapons are being tested on military zones in Europe. Near Bourges, France, the army has exploded thousands of shells with depleted uranium. In Sardinia, Italy, tens of thousands of missiles have been launched, in the open air, by NATO armies and arms manufacturers. In...
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THE BIG-TICKET TGV

An accountability problem

52 mnHD
Since its launch in 1981, the TGV has transported 2 billion passengers. But this technological marvel is not immune from failures: deficits running in the billions of euros, frequent delays, expensive tickets. Why is a Paris-Bordeaux ticket so costly during the school holidays even when...
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THE BOUILLABAISSE SUCCES

An universal fisherman's dish

26 mn
Marseille is famous for its “Bonne-Mère” basilica, the old port going back 26 centuries and its football team. But beyond these legitimate attractions is one that is even more typical: the bouillabaisse. The city has cleverly grasped the impact of this essential of...
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THE CANNABIS GENERATION

The new hard drug

30 mnHD
Cannabis is the third most used psychoactive product in France. What has changed is the age of first time users: 12 or 13 years-old. This trend has the scientists worried because early consumption means a higher risk of dependency compounded by the fact that cannabis has changed in the...
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THE CHINESE WHITE GOLD

Winter sports Wild East

26 mnHD
Chinese new middle class can now enjoy a sport they knew nothing about until recently : skiing. And they love it! This is not about trying some daredevil manoeuvres on the runs; so far skiing remains a quiet family experience. However, this craze has led to a shortage of adequate...
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THE CODEBREAKERS

The benefit of technology for the developing countries

44 mn
The famous digital divide is a major challenge for the developing countries. One answer is the adoption of FOSS (free/open source software) which create opportunities for economic development through the adaptation of technology for diverse cultural and development needs. This film shows...
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THE COOLNESS BUSINESS

The truth about air conditioning

26 mnHD
In summer, some love to bask in the sun but for those who dread the heat there is only one solution: invest in an air conditioner. Sales of these machines have gone through the roof in France since the heat wave of 2003. But when you are ready to make a purchase, the choice can be quite...
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THE COURTROOM BUFFS

Justice as a show

52 mnHD
In the courthouses a micro-society has developed, a coterie made up of people from every walk of life who attend trials in much the same way as others go to shows, plays or movies. This foray into the world of courtroom buffs introduces us to a host of colorful, fascinating, even touching...
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THE DUKAN DIET

A controversial diet plan

26 mnHD
They are numerous diet plans available but one has been especially successful: the Dukan diet, named after its inventor, Pierre Dukan, a specialist in eating behaviours. His recommendation is simple: eat only proteins. However, this high-protein diet is starting to be debunked by some...
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THE GREAT FOOD REVOLUTION

The Fashion of Food

4x45’HD
A rich and spicy stew of stories about a food revolution that has transformed the way we eat, drink and think about food : Food is the new status symbol. For a rapidly growing number of people, it’s a measure of personal sophistication and the magic ingredient for a long and healthy...
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THE GUIDED TOURS WAR

An unexpected competitive market

26 mnHD
In just 3 months, tourist guides make more than half their annual turnover. But competition is fiercer than ever, especially in recent years when new players have disrupted the market. On the French Riviera, an agency is offering turnkey circuits at rock bottom prices. More striking yet,...
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THE HAZARDS OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE

The price of beauty

52 mn
To get a smooth skin or eliminate cellulite it is no longer necessary, today, to go into the operating room for a facelift or a liposuction. Each year in France, nearly 400,000 people are injected anti-wrinkle products. But are these new techniques which generate 4 billion euros in sales...
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THE INTOUCHABLES’ HOLIDAYS

Stronger than the handicap

30 mnHD
They take risks and face extreme situations. They climb mountains and cross oceans. Yet, they are disabled. Paul and Henri set out to descend the rocky inlets near Marseilles thanks to all-terrain wheelchairs and volunteers who accompany them. They share everything from pain to laughters....
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THE IRRESISTIBLE RISE

52 mn
His extraordinary entrepreneurial saga based on archives, interviews and subtle re-enactment tells the story of two French pastis makers from Marseilles, Pernod and Ricard, who became worldwide co-leader in wines and spirits with mythic brands: Absolut, Havana Club, Jameson or Martell....
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THE PHILIPPINES, THE SPIRAL OF VIOLENCE

Collateral damages

45 mn4K
The Philippines have all the attributes of a tropical paradise, but it has become hell for drug dealers. Indeed, since his election in 2016, President Rodrigo Duterte has declared war on the gangs and drug trafficking. He has given a free rein to the police and the armed forces to shoot...
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THE PILL CALLED INTO QUESTION

The n°1 contraceptive

26 mnHD
It was the symbol of women emancipation but the pill is now being challenged. Cases of stroke, phlebitis and pulmonary embolism - sometimes leading to the death of young women taking so-called "3rd and 4th generation" pills - have raised an important debate about contraception....
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THE PLACE WE LIVE IN

The power of hope

13x24’HD
THE PLACE WE LIVE IN is an eye-opening series depicting the dire, unexpected, poor or rural circumstances in which some people are living around the world. Our hosts are travelling to meet locals and, by bonding with them, they finally understand how their positive attitudes towards life...
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THE RED SPIES THEORY

The chinese economic intelligence scheme

57 mnHD
Two years ago this visionnary film showcased how Chira was acquiring Western technology though economic intelligence and how the West complacently let this happen. In 2006, 70% of patents used in mainland China came from abroad. The aim is to reverse this trend by 2020. To achieve this,...
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THE RELAIS & CHATEAUX SAGA

A world of luxury

26 mn
How did the famous premium hotels network, conceived after WWII by a couple of music hall artists, became the most profitable association in the world of tourism? At the beginning were only 7 hotels along the Paris-Nice road. Today, Relais & Châteaux success has indeed been...
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THE SEED WAR

Fighting for food independence

52 mnHD
Are seeds a commodity or a vital resource to be shared for the benefit of Humanity like the water we drink or the air we breathe? In the near future, farmers might lose the right to plant their own seeds. Indeed, in Europe, a regulation is emerging which will impose strict controls on the...
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TRAVELING FOR TASTE

Savour explorers

30 mn
What if the essence of a country was in the plates? Today’s tourists are looking beyond landmarks and stunning views in search for new flavors, local products and their stories but also how to cook them. For these taste explorers, the adventure is not necessarily very far. From one...
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TURKEY, THE NEW RIVIERA

Sun, heritage and clear waters

30 mnHD
There was a time when fashionable destinations for vacationers looking for sun, clear water and historical monuments were Tunisia or Egypt. But the "Arab Spring" came by and nowadays tourists are opting for more politically stable countries and Turkey is benefiting greatly from...
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UNFAIR GAME : TRUMPING DEMOCRACY

When big data takes control of democracy

52 mnHD
He lost the general election with an historic margin of 3 millions votes, lied to the press and to the public during the whole campaign, pushing his country into a post truth era. In the shadows of the new President lies a mysterious man who has poured millions of dollars into...
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URBAN VIOLENCE

A new kind of security policy

52 mn
Infamous as a high crime area in France, the department of Seine-Saint-Denis has been appointed a Security Company, known as "CS 93". It is representative of a new police organization. This film follows this new police unit in the sensitive neighbourhoods trying to understand...
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WAR AGAINST SAND

The merciless progress of the Sahara desert

52 mnHD
From East to West, Niger is crossed by a river of the same name which, until now, provided for those living nearby. Meanwhile, the Sahara desert, pushed by winds from the north, is advancing relentlessly. Sand has been carried as far as the river, engulfing the banks. In just a few...
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WAR AGAINST WATERS

The marshy floodplain city

52 mnHD
In the North-East of Congo is a region known as the "basin". Situated in the heart of a marshy floodplain and stricken by the equatorial climate, this area gets over 150 days of rain per year. Since 1912, the city of Mossaka that lays in the middle of the basin is the main...
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YEMEN: PRAYING FOR REVOLUTION

The courage to stand up

26 mnHD
A few months ago they were less than 50 in front of the Sanaa University. Today they are millions all across Yemen protesting and demanding a change of regime. Students, human right activists, tribesmen. An entire people is mobilized and praying for change. A people paying homage to the...
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