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  • The Last of Us (2023)

    20 years after modern civilization has been destroyed, Joel, a hardened survivor, is hired to smuggle Ellie, a 14-year-old girl, out of an oppressive quarantine zone. What starts as a small job soon becomes a brutal heartbreaking journey as they both must traverse the U.S. and depend on each other for survival.

  • Run Sweetheart Run (2022)

    After what seems to be an innocent date, Cherie now faces a night of terror when her date hunts her down and tries to kill her. She now must run for her life throughout the city and escape his grasp.

  • Jane (2022)

    Olivia is a young woman who gets deferred from her dream college and experiences frightening panic attacks. In an attempt to regain some sense of control, she embarks on a social media-fueled rampage against those that stand in her way.

  • The Outreau Affair (2023)
  • The Pale Blue Eye (2022)

    A world-weary detective is hired to investigate the murder of a West Point cadet. Stymied by the cadets’ code of silence, he enlists one of their own to help unravel the case – a young man the world would come to know as Edgar Allan Poe.

  • Cheeky Business (2020)

    1980. The Videotex messaging service arrives in France. From the depths of their Parisian suburbs, Simon, Toni and Stéphanie, three students, will seize this technological innovation and challenge their enmity to draw a revolutionary idea: the first erotic chat service.

  • Mapping the World (1995)

    Every week, Jean-Christophe Victor explains what’s happening in a country or part of the world (politically, socially, economically, etc), with the help of beautiful and clear animated maps. A very clever and helpful view of our contemporary world.

  • Evolution in progress (2014)

    The three-part documentary series gives unusual insights into the animal kingdom, shows amazing behavior and impressive evolutionary leaps in baboons, chimpanzees and wolves. In three very different places on earth – in Saudi Arabia, Canada and Senegal – naturalists, scientists and photographers have discovered animal species that are in the process of making an impressive evolutionary leap: baboons, and chimpanzees wolves. Fascinating images and sequences show key moments in natural history…

  • History Uncovered (2018)

    Myths die hard and the history of the 20th century is no exception to this iron law. We still live today with preconceived ideas that we take as gospel truths. Thus, we believe that Hiroshima made Japan surrender, that the Marshall Plan saved Europe, that Adolf Hitler was a military genius, or that Mao Zedong was ultimately a necessary evil to modernize China. Certainly, these judgments contain an element of veracity; but, too summary to be faithful, they betray historical reality, the complexity of which they deny. What if the truth is slightly different? By exploring the great national or transnational mythologies, this entirely archival-based series revisits the history of the 20th century through a new angle.

  • Decolonisation (2020)

    An history of decolonization, told through the colonized point of view, in 3 chapters: ‘Learning’, ‘Liberation’ and ‘The world is ours’

  • Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies (2015)

    The documentary series aims to reshape the way the public sees cancer and strip away some of the fear and misunderstanding that has long surrounded it. The story of cancer is a story of human ingenuity, resilience, and perseverance but also of hubris, paternalism and misperception.

  • Return of the Atom (2015)

    Introduction to Olkiluoto OL3 nuclear plant building process in Finland. Plant is the first green-lighted nuclear plant in west after Chernobyl disaster in 1986.

  • OGM – Mensonges et Vérités (2015)
  • Hitler’s Hollywood (2017)

    Rüdiger Suchsland examines German cinema from 1933, when the Nazis came into power, until 1945 when the Third Reich collapsed.

  • Pussy, Pleasure, Power! – Female Desire and Pop Culture (2022)

    They are reclaiming their bodies and freely expressing their sexuality: Women musicians such as Rihanna, Cardi B, Liza Moet and Megan Thee Stallion are pushing the boundaries of female desire in pop culture just as Jane Birkin, Madonna and Donna Summer did in previous decades. A focus on sex positive popstars in contemporary culture.

  • The Light Bulb Conspiracy (2010)

    This is the story of companies who engineered their products to fail.

  • Poland 1939: When German Soldiers Became War Criminals (2019)

    September 1st, 1939. Nazi Germany invades Poland. The campaign is fast, cruel and ruthless. In these circumstances, how is it that ordinary German soldiers suddenly became vicious killers, terrorizing the local population? Did everyone turn into something worse than wild animals? The true story of the first World War II offensive that marks in the history of infamy the beginning of a carnage and a historical tragedy.

  • Lords of Water (2019)

    They call it ‘blue gold’. Around the world, demand for water is exploding. By 2050, at least one in four will live in a country suffering from water shortages – creating ideal conditions for a new market – Banks, investment funds and hedge funds are all rushing to invest billions of euros in anything related to water. A real monopoly has begun. The financialization of water is a battle taking place on many fronts: ideological, political, environmental, and of course, economic.

  • Les pouvoirs du cerveau (2016)
  • Made in Auschwitz: The Untold Story of Block 10 (2019)

    This chilling documentary uses intimate survivor testimonies, archival footage and legal records to tell the story of the over 400 young women who underwent medical experimentation in Auschwitz under Carl Clauberg, an enterprising, sadistic gynecologist. Clauberg, who had already made a name for himself as a research scientist who volunteered his services to Heinrich Himmler of the SS to both help eradicate future generations of Jews and to avail himself of a pool of captive research subjects. These experiments, which sterilized many of the women, was also what spared them from the gas chambers. Many of the women, who were deported to Auschwitz from across Nazi-occupied Europe, were so young that they did not understand their reproductive systems before suffering their destruction. This admirably crafted film traces the history of the survivors and the subsequent attempts to bring Clauberg to justice, which includes examining his -and these women’s – enduring contribution to research on birth control and fertility and the role of German companies Siemens and Schering in profiting off the findings.

  • Der Schah und der Ayatollah (2019)
  • Hostages of the SS (2015)

    In April 1945, 139 special prisoners were transported by the SS into the Alps to be used as bargaining chips in negotiations with the Allies. During the journey, they experience six days of fear, their fates in the hands of increasingly nervous criminals until the hostages turn the tables with a clever ploy.

  • The Celts: Blood, Iron and Sacrifice (2015)

    This three-part documentary discovers the origins and beliefs of the Celts in artifacts and human remains across Europe. What emerges is not a portrait of wild people on the western fringes of Europe, but a highly sophisticated tribal culture that influenced vast areas of the ancient world – and even Rome.

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