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CHILDREN WORDS, FROM HOME AND ABROADPascale and Jean Denis Lilot 3'
A 25 X 3 min. series, featuring existential questions with entertainment ! Why do we live ? Why should we be good ? Why do we speak ? What’s the use for love ? Why one needs courage ?In this series as in our lifes, children ask questions. Here, in Morocco, Nepal, Bolivia, Belgium, Congo, Cambodia, Senegal, Romania, Uruguay, Argentina... they think over one question together, with their own philosophy. And it is striking with a refreshing world common sense !
FROM THE TOILETS TO THE STAGEVincent Philippart 83.52'
Dour Music Festival is among the largest European music events, gathering of 50 000 people, and miroring contemporary society’s evolution. The team follows the festival's organizers, the programmers in their quest for unique talents, the Police, Red Cross, Firemen and various security services during festival preparation of this major event, an authentic youth rite of passage to adulthood.
The director returns to Greece, which she left at the sudden death, while shooting his last film, of Theo Angelopoulos - she was his assistant. A country facing social violence, a general impoverishment and the collapse of a whole system of values. The film, in the form of a letter, however alternates fragments of utopia and hope with carefully chosen films excerpts of the greek director.
Emmanuel Botalatala, the Minister of Garbage of Kinshasa, enters the last portion of his life. Having sacrificed everything for his art, turning trash into beauty, he stubbornly carries on with his work and secure his legacy for future generations, promoting a culture center in the slums, and passing on his skills to his apprentice.