Chibanis l'éternel exil des travailleurs maghrébins
Long-form article, 2014
In the Arabic dialect “chibanis” means “white hair.” This is a long-form article on the immigration of North Africans in France after World War 2 and their dreams, which were born in the boom years and have been transformed in old age, isolation and solitude. “Exiled” from their homeland, forced into invisibility for years, today they seek out friendship and help in a country far and different from their own.
DANS LES MURS DE LA CASBAH
The walls of Algier's Casbah bear a dual testimony to Algeria's history and to its current urban troubles. An open and participative immersion in the mythical neighbourhood at the origin of every change in the country. In French and Arabic.
DE RIO A COPENHAGUE, CA CHAUFFE POUR LA PLANETE
Since the late nineteenth century the average temperature has increased: this web documentary, divided into 5 parts, interviews specialists who have contributed their practical points of view to the discussions held at the Copenhagen climate conference.
22330 LES BRAS DE LA FRANCE
Collinée: about a hundred people from Mali live in this village of 900 residents in the north of Brittany. Hired by the local slaughterhouse in the 1970's these black Africans were a strange sight for the native Bretons, and still today, 30 years after the first Malians arrived, the older Bretons still distinguish between "They, the Blacks" and "We, the Whites". Photographs and sounds explain the situation of these immigrants, and cover themes such as the manpower that immigrants provide and the need for integration.