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  • To pay tribute to François Michelin, don't miss "THE WORLD ACCORDING TO MICHELIN".

    The history portrays the Michelin family's closeness to their employees, to the point of almost becoming the models of a philosophy. Their history is inextricably linked to that of the 20th century.
  • As the Grand Palais in Paris dedicates an exhibition to Jean-Paul Gaultier from April 1, the most irreverent of designers recreates key items from his iconic wardrobe under the approving eye of Loïc Prigent (The Day Before).

    An inspiring lesson in fashion!

  • Don't miss this documentary: ANDRE BRINK, THE AFRICAN which pays tribute to this great writer that died on 7th february.

    He was the symbol of anti-apartheid in South Africa. He campaigned constantly via subversive novels.

  • Winston Spencer Churchill died 50 years ago, on 24 January 1965. A fitting time to look back over this complex and colourful character. Don't miss CHALLENGING CHURCHILL.

    Our documentary reveals an unexpected facet of the hero of the Second World War.