This documentary recounts his story and through the man’s story, that of the so-called “Action T4”, which consisted of eliminating physical and mental disabilities and those people considered by the Nazi regim...> more
Brazil is said to be a sleeping giant waking up to become one of the world leaders. Our film will tell country’s history through the eyes of two families over several generations.
Tunisia, October 2011. 10 months after the Revolution, the first free Tunisian elections brought to power an Islamist party with a low international public profile: Ennahdha.
20 years after the genocide, former goalkeeper of the Rwandan national football team Eugène Murangwa returns to his birth country.
In the early 30s, as it was being built, the metro construction workers, headed up by a brigade of writers, were summoned to write “The Story of the Moscow Metro”.
While the war raged on, Henry Kissinger, national security advisor to President Nixon, and Lê Duc Tho, member of the Vietnamese Politburo, held secret meetings in France. Exclusive interviews and undisclosed recording rev...> more
The 1st part of this documentary recounts how Japanese colonisation and the Korean War engendered two antagonistic regimes. Viewers discover the little known influence of the major powers and how the Korean War almost degenerat...> more
The 2nd part of this documentary shows that although the two Koreas tried to come closer after 1989, notably via the “Sunshine Policy”, the development strategies of the two Korean States and the interests of the ma...> more