Polar Sea 360°

Webdocumentary, 2014

Polar Sea traces the journey of three men through the Arctic Ocean, and the Northwest Passage in particular, from Reykjavik, Iceland, to the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. Sailing in the Dax, the men observe and reflect on the changing climactic conditions in the region and the effects on the territory and the natives.
The ten episodes explain the history of the native Inuits, the local culture, hunting, music, climate problems and scientific research.
The engrossing interactive aspect of the documentary gives the viewer the opportunity to dip into the polar seas and move around at 360° within the video. The narration and the logbook are enhanced with interactive maps and photographs to trace the sailboat's route.

La vita è un treno

Webdocumentary, 2014

Abandoned train lines

A four-part web series that takes the viewer on a tour of abandoned train lines that cross Italy, from Calabria to the Langhe area, from the Tyrrhenian coast to the Adriatic. Following the rusted railways and deserted stations, the stories highlight the dire consequences of shutting down smaller train lines in favour of long-distance, rapid ones: the loss of a rich heritage, waste of money and resources --- with a rise in road transportation (and pollution) and hardship for travelers --- and for by-passed towns, now forced into anonymity, the destruction of their lifelines into urban areas.


Webdocumentary, 2013

Webdocumentary that takes the viewer on a tour of the people and the traditional cuisine and music that characterise old Nice. [eb-hj]


Documercial, 2012

All of Australia, in all languages, for every use. History, geography, environment, culture, cuisine, shopping, visas... Texts, maps, photos, films.
The Tourism Australia website answers all your information needs, and its Trip Advisor helps you plan your next visit.

Côté Fenêtre & Côté Couloir

Documercial, 2011

Two films, two views of a parallel journey. On the window side, the passengers; on the aisle side, the SNCF personnel. A branded webdocufiction about the French railways, in a style reminiscent of D.W. Griffith.


Webdocumentary, 2012

A dialog caught on the street, in a cold Peking winter. China’s capital changes are narrated through words, images, sounds and noises.


Webreport, 2012

It's always day on Træna.You quickly lose any notion of time. That's why our movie is best watched randomly.


Webdocumentary, 2012

One of the most beautiful cities in the world, as seen through the eyes of its native artists.


Webreport, 2011

A bucolic-digital travel among the people and the popular know-how in Chilean Patagonia. Cuisine, sheep-farming, wool crafts... An evocative and immersive work thanks to 360° photos.

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