- Green Forests and The Red CarpetFeature documentary.
Released in theaters in 2021.
To help an old botanist in his fight to save the tropical forests, a long term documentarist decides to go out of his comfort zone and make a movie, to reach a larger audience. An adventure begins: the universal story of a man who decides to never give up to make things change.MORE
- The BotanistThis script is a love cry for the rainforests. It is the story of a wise, passionate, pacifist botanist who turns eco-warrior and calls out to the whole planet. An ecological thriller with possible sequels.
The script seduced the main Editor Fayard, the story has been novelized and is now a book, under the name of “Le Botaniste”.MORE
- 700 SharksIn Polynesia, a pack of 700 grey sharks makes the law in the southern pass of the Fakarava atoll. The marine biologist and underwater photographer Laurent Ballesta, whose obsession is to solve enigmas of the oceans, leads an expedition with world sharks experts to understand this phenomenon.MORE
- The Voice of the ForestA Papuan chief of the Huli tribe, in Papua New Guinea, wonders where all the trees cut in his forest go to. With the help of a long time French friend he goes across the country, to Europe, America, to understand the whole process. Mundiya Kepanga decides to make this film and becomes an emerging voice defending the tropical forests.MORE
- AmazoniaAfter a plane crash, Saï, a capuchin monkey born and raised in captivity, finds himself alone and lost in the wilderness of the Amazon jungle.MORE
- Crocodiles in Dark WatersOn the banks of the Okavango River, in Botswana, a team of biologists and photographer are risking their lives to dive into the secret lairs of crocodiles. They want to understand the impact of these big reptiles on the fragile and complex ecosystem of that river, as their number has decreased a lot during the hunting periods.MORE
- Ushuaïa Nature Tension in troubled watersUshuaïa Nature, presented by Nicolas Hulot, has traveled around the world during 25 years, in the most remote and wild places. In this documentary, we go with many scientists and Nicolas Hulot to different parts of Africa, to understand the animals migration phenomena.MORE
- Reinventing ForestsBy examining five major forests undergoing massive change, we discover how the forests are meeting the environmental and human needs of tomorrow.MORE
- LoangoHome to an incredible biodiversity, deltas, swamps and vast wetland plains play a vital role for the planet. But for the animals that live in theses wetland zones, survival is a permanent battle : the powerful water cycle dictates the law.MORE
- The Last Camel Ride800 kms on camels, with 94 years old Théodore Monod, a great desert expert from the Museum of National History, Paris. He wanted an old style expedition to go out and look for some special stones. He didn’t want any 4x4 to reach his goal: “To understand the desert and its mysteries, you have to read it like a book, page by page, step by step, and not rush around with a car, you would miss several paragraphs!”MORE
- The Mountains Of Silence“With some great people, hard of hearing, we sailed to the subantarctic island of South Georgia. There we crossed the island by foot and ski, over high mountains to follow the tracks of the English explorer Ernest Shakleton.”MORE
- The Mysteries of ClippertonClipperton is a small atoll in the Pacific, five sailing days away from the Mexican coast. Nobody lives on it, except one of the biggest colony of gannets in the world, 200.000 thousands couples, and millions of orange crabs. The Explorer Jean-Louis Etienne organizes a four months expedition to understand how works this whole ecosystem, in one of the most remote place on earth away from civilization.MORE