A film by Louise Mootz
“Jungle” paints the intimate portrait of a tight knit group of Parisian women in their twenties as they wholeheartedly barrel through their colourful lives across Paris’ northern arrondissements.
A cliché-crushing portrait of true Parisiennes, living in a concrete jungle that screams “liberté, égalité, sororité” from the rooftops.
Louise Mootz's first film was selected at IDFA and received Best Mid-length international documentary at Visions du Réel Festival 2020.
JUNGLE is part of the Best Documentary Short official selection at César 2022.
FRENCH GAME, from Hip Hop to Pop, a history of French Rap music
A 11x7' series directed by Jean-François Tatin, written by Jean-François Tatin, Azzedine Fall and Guillaume Fédou
A chronological, themed history of French Rap music, told through a 11-track playlist, emblematic titles from 1990 to this day.
Each episode ends with an original cover by a French emerging artist or rapper.
After FRENCH TOUCH about the history of French electronic music, FRENCH GAME is completing the collection.
Original soundtrack by Lewis OfMan.
The Adventurers of Modern Art
A 6x52' series directed by Amélie Harrault, Pauline Gaillard and Valérie Loiseleux, written by Dan Franck
Adapted from Dan Franck’s literary trilogy "Bohemian Paris", "Libertad!", "Midnight", the story plunges us into Parisian life at the beginning of the 20th century, a hotbed of artistic creation with the blossoming of Fauvism, Cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism…
Through illustrations, animation and original documents, the 6-part series - constructed as a fiction - traces the highs and lows, scandals and celebrations, tragedies and triumphs that shaped the phenomenal period of Modern Art from the basement of the “Bateau-Lavoir“ in 1900 to the last shudders of World War II.
A 12x7' series directed by Jean-François Tatin, Written by Guillaume Fédou and Jean-François Tatin
FRENCH TOUCH is a documentary series which offers a travel back into the French Touch scene, through an original and curated playlist of 12 iconic pieces of French electronic music from 1996 until today - 12 episodes recorded in binaural sound. The series features internationally renowned French artists who contributed to the creation of this new musical style : Laurent Garnier, Nicolas Godin (Air), Chloé, Pedro Winter, Gaspard Augé (Justice), Etienne de Crécy, Philippe Zdar...
A film by Flora Desprats
From the French aristocracy, supporting the liberal right-wing party and fluent in the Gypsy language Manush, Louis de Gouyon Matignon is a walking contradiction. At 21, he dreams of promoting the culture of the Manush people, evangelizing the world and being accepted into a law masters. From the fairground to the senate, Manush camps to his beautiful apartment in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, Louis is afraid of nothing… except maybe of falling in love, which for him would be a first.
Time to go
A film by Thibault de Chateauvieux
After "La Visite" in 2008, Thibault de Chateauvieux pursues his delicate intrusion into his family story to reconstruct his parents' love story.
Smells Like Hip Hop
A 26x5' series by Stéphane Gbaka
"Smells Like Hip Hop" looks back at 30 years of French Hip Hop culture in alphabetical form. Music, dance or graffiti are the core of this series, which retraces the evolution of the cultural and social phenomenon of Hip Hop.
An American Journey : In Robert Frank’s footsteps
A film by Philippe Séclier
In contemporary photography, everybody agrees there is a “before” and an “after” THE AMERICANS, Robert Frank’s 1958 photographic manifesto.
Half a century later, French director Philippe Séclier decided to follow in Robert Frank’s footsteps to explore the spirit of the “Beat Generation” and the impact of his book not only on the art of photography, but also on American culture. From Texas to Montana, from Nebraska to Louisiana, from New York to San Francisco, "An American Journey" is a 15,000 miles odyssey through contemporary America, moving between past and present, photography and cinema, and two Americas, separated by time.