UNE CERTAINE ID╔E DE LA FRANCE
Eight foreign journalists in France and their points of view. Just before the French presidential election, the journalists – of different nationalities – tell us how they perceive France and its people. The integration of immigrants, the school system, agriculture, industry... Internauts can follow both the journalists and the thematic paths, and express their own opinions.
It's always day on Træna.You quickly lose any notion of time. That's why our movie is best watched randomly.
AFGHANISTAN, 10 ANS, 100 REGARDS
Who better than the Afghans can describe current day-to-day life in their country#qm# By working with Webistan agency, Arte Reportage found ten young film directors who, with no directions from Arte, produced their own films. Refugees have their turn to speak as does filmmaker Barmak Akram, who returned to his country for this production, and experts from all over the world who compare their points of view. The work is open to further contributions.
ARGENTINE - LE PLUS BEAU PAYS DU MONDE
Argentina turns 200. This ARTE webreport crosses the country along three trajectories (crisis, struggle, family), while developing about thirty themes.
Trilingual content. Comments and sharing facilitated.
An interactive journal, full of reports with links to different news articles that explore the same issue in other online newspapers and movies.
PLANET GALATA - EINE BR▄CKE IN ISTANBUL (A bridge in Istanbul)
Through a kind of video blog, we start from the Galata Bridge to discover the metropolis of Istanbul, European Capital of Culture in 2010. Passers-by crossing the bridge every day and web-surfers enrich the project with their eye-witness reports, experiences, videos, stories. Work in progress.
INDE 2009, SUR LES TRACES DE GANDHI
What remains of Gandhi 60 years after his death#qm# Retracing the footsteps of Gandhi, one wonders how the Indian heirs of Mahatma are preparing for the future.
TREIBHAUS ERDE: KAMPF GEGEN DEN KLIMAWANDEL (Greenhouse effect: The battle against climate change)
Six short video reports plus an interactive map about the major problems caused by climate change. Among the subjects, a computer reconstruction visualises the state of the Earth in 100 years; the argument that environmental problems are overstated is weighed; the greatest risk of climate change for Germany is discussed, and there is also a look at how marine flora and fauna have changed in recent years.