FEMMES ET SCIENCES Regard sur les femmes scientifiques, d'hier et d'aujourdhui
The relationship between women and science is a topic that TV5MONDE has been concerned about since 2010.
Ten explanatory texts and video interviews form the panorama of women in science. [eb-hj]
At the invisible crossroads of faith, land and identity, the Métis photographer Tyler Hagan explores the land and the indigenous people who live near the white chapel, St. Ann's church, on the Similkameen reserve. He confronts the burning conflicts between the Catholic church and the First Nations people, examining the role of religion and spirituality in forming identity.
The viewer can surf among the photos shot in this nature setting while listening to the comments made by the author and some of the protagonists. [hj-eb]
Interviews with 10 childless men and women who share their views on their own childhood, society, and death.
My Ancestors is part of an ongoing reflection on the theme of being childless. [eb-hj]
Zahia Dehar's career began with a hot sports scandal, now she is a top model. A triumph of equal opportunities in a modern world of deregulation. Her official interactive portfolio.
J’AI RÊVÉ DU PRÉSIDENT
From April 2 to May 5, 2012, Arte collected the dreams of those French to whom the President of the République appeared. The dreamers had to recount their visions on the phone and send a picture of their bedroom. The two authors then translated the wildest dreams, the subconscious world of sleeping electors, into images.
127, RUE DE LA GARENNE
From 1950 to 1971, against the backdrop of the housing crisis in France and the war in Algeria, 8 to 10 thousand people, mostly from Algeria and Morocco, inhabited La Folie, the largest and most squalid slum of Nanterre. Taped interviews of the immigrants and slides offer a lasting document of living conditions: a single source of water, no waste collection, no electricity and one address for all – 127, Rue de la Garenne.
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COWBIRD - THE OCCUPY SAGA
You can use Cowbird to keep a diary of your life, and to help document the major sagas taking place in the world. The first is the Occupy Saga — the story of the 99%.
SUMMER UNDER THE STARS
A pocket-size cinema museum, with 31 of the greatest film stars. Not a gadget, even if branded.