IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST
Long-form article, 2013
Long-form article: videos, data maps on the dirty truth about cheap meat.
A small band of animal rights activists have been infiltrating the factory farms where animals are turned into meat under the most terrific circumstances. Now the agribusiness giants are trying to crush them.
A L’HEURE DE LA PAUSE - L’intimité du travail
A cigarette break or a coffee break, alone or with others, inside or outside the workplace: these precious moments are now threatened by the demand for greater performance and by the stress that invades our daily lives.
Portraits of nine people, from a gastroenterologist to a tattoo artist, offer a reflection on our daily lives and on the changes in the world of work. [eb-hj]
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]
PEAU D’ANE, DEMY ET LE MERVEILLEUX
Documentary realised for the exhibit “Le Monde enchanté de Jacques Demy”, held at the Cinémathèque Française in Paris (10 April to 4 August 2013).
Via a "free consultation" and a "guided tour" the work explores the marvellous world of Jacques Demy's Donkey Skin with unpublished documents, film extracts and interviews with collaborators. [eb-hj]
ABOLITION UNIVERSELLE DE LA PEINE DE MORT
Produced on the occasion of the World Day against the Death Penalty, the report contains interviews with four personalities engaged against the death penalty (Robert Badinter, Jane Birkin, Bruno Podalydès, Richard Sédillot) and a look at the situation in four countries: Lebanon, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia. [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]
Interactive narrative, 2013
BLABLA is an interactive narrative that explores the principles of human communication in six chapters. The author's intention is to "create moods and generate emotions", and the narrative depends on the participation of the viewer to succeed. [eb-hj]
VERSAILLES, L’AUTRE VISITE
The rich history of the palace of Versailles is told in an innovative way by specialists and curators who combine curious anecdotes with scientific explanations. Twelve evocative objects and seven themes are the key to (re)discovering Versailles and learning more about it. [hj-eb]
In 1973 the last stretch of Paris's ring road opened; built to alleviate the capital's heavy traffic, Europe's most congested roadway is used by 1.3 million drivers today.
Thanks to the project "Greater Paris", which is forming a metroplex that extends beyond the ring road, the bypass is becoming a new centre of development.
Choose your guide, and set off on the ring road of yesterday, today or tomorrow to meet residents, commuters and others who use it. [eb-hj]