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.


Interactive narrative, 2011

The Clearstream affair has accompanied finance and politics for a decade, in France and all of Europe. A suspected platform for fiscal evasion and money laundering, the affair involves international banks and arms industries, politicians and secret services. Take part in the investigation and add your facts and hypotheses.


Interactive map, 2011

Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Yahoo: the giants, their troops, their battles.

Happy World - Birmanie: la dictature de l'absurde / Burma: the dictatorship of the absurd

Webdocumentary, 2011

Since 1962 an iron-handed dictatorship has been segregating both opposition and ethnic minorities in Burma. In 2007 the monks' rebellion was crushed in bloodshed. In 2008 when a cyclone devastated the country, the military junta closed the doors to international aid. In 2009 two young unknown reporters ventured into the country and shot this informative, yet irony-filled content, eventually published in June 2011. Anyone in the audience can become a distributor.


Webdocumentary, 2010

Cañon City, a remote town of 36,000 souls and 13 prisons, including "Supermax", the new American Alcatraz. This is a prison city where even those who live "outside" live "inside". An immersion in the private-public economy of emprisonment.


Webdocumentary, 2010

Fifty years after the Cuban revolution, this webdocumentary investigates the lives, hopes and concerns of young people living 150 km from each other: three videos every week from La Habana and three from Miami for three months.


Webdocumentary, 2005

Since 1993 in Ciudad Juarez, approximately 500 women have gone missing, and 400 have been murdered, most of them in particularly heinous ways.


Webdocumentary, 2008

Life in spite of everything. 2 cities - Gaza (Palestine) and Sderot (Israel). 3 km, 2 videos per day. "Gaza Sderot” is built on webdocumentary episodes that are broadcast on the television channel Arte. For three months, a dozen journalists lived between Gaza and Sderot to investigate the lives of fourteen people and the impact the Arab-Israeli conflict has on them from day to day.


Webdocumentary, 2008

In 2008, 40 years after the euphoric days of 1968, utopias have faded out and students are taking certain things into account.

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