We are delighted to announce that the Albert Londres Prize 2016 in the Audiovisual Press category has been awarded to Sophie Nivelle Cardinale and Étienne Huver for the documentary: THE DISAPPEARED OF SYRIA, AN INVISIBLE WAR. 

An unprecedented and chilling investigation into the invisible weapon of Bashar al-Assad’s regime: the kidnapping, torture and murder of tens of thousands of Syrians.

Created in 1933, in honour of French journalist Albert Londres (1884-1932), a father figure of modern investigative journalism, the prize awards, every year, the best reporter in the written press, and, since 1985, the best audiovisual reporter. 


The wildfire that has been raging out of control since Wednesday has engulfed entire districts of Fort McMurray, a city in the north of the Canadian province of Alberta.

Don’t miss our documentary FORT MAC MONEY - VOTE JIM ROGERS explaining the disastrous ecological situation in a city entirely dedicated to the production of oil.


CARPETS AND CHAOS showered with awards at the latest edition of Luchon's Festival des Créations Télévisuelles!

Not only did Nader Takmil Homayoun's made-for-TV film win the Pyrénées d’Or award for Best Single Drama, but Golab Adineh received the Best Actress award, Nader Takmil Homayoun the Best Director award, Philippe Blasband and Nader Takmil Homayoun the Best Screenplay award, and Christophe Julien the Best Music award.


Let's pay tribute to  musician and cultural icon David Bowie, who passed away on january 10th with Doctor Bowie and Mister Jones

This documentary looks back at the British singer's astonishing career.