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In coproduction
  • AUTHOR: Jean-Louis Saporito
  • DIRECTOR: Jean-Louis Saporito
  • COPRODUCTION: TGA, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
ANQUETIL THE WINNER VS. POULIDOR THE HERO
  • Society
  • 52'

The rivalry between Jacques Anquetil, the calculating winner, and Raymond Poulidor, the winner of hearts, reached its culminating moment in 1964, during one of the most intense races in the history of the Tour de France.

  • AUTHOR: Céline Bittner
  • DIRECTOR: Céline Bittner
  • COPRODUCTION: LCP, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2010
THEY COME AND THEY GO POLICIES WHICH STAND THE TEST OF TIME
  • Society
  • 24x26'

A mixture of archive documents, news reports and commentaries from experts, this series goes back through time over the history of these eternal debates (retirement, security measures, unemployment…) which marked society’s past and continue to weigh heavily today.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Isabelle Bruno, Jeanne Mascolo
  • DIRECTORS: Isabelle Bruno, Jeanne Mascolo
  • COPRODUCTION: MC4, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc: A Matter of Conquest
  • Society
  • 90'

Mont-Blanc has inspired passion since the mid 17th century, since the time of the Enlightenment! The "White Mountain", the highest peak in the Alps, is where mountain climbing was born. It is also adventure land for the pioneering athletes who ski and scale rocks and a giant laboratory for scientists, not to mention a source of inspiration for writers and painters. "Europe’s summit" has been the site of extraordinary technical achievements and of spectacular feats and conquests.

  • AUTHOR: Michel Royer
  • DIRECTOR: Michel Royer
  • COPRODUCTION: Artline, Un monde meilleur, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
CHANTELOUP LES VIGNES, SO FAR, SO WRONG
  • Society
  • 2x75'

The town of Chanteloup-les-Vignes, 30 km from Paris, sits on a hill from where the Eiffel Tower and La Défense can be seen in the distance. The small French city has a surprising and exemplary history, which marks the daily lives of its.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Jérôme Lambert, Philippe Picard, Gilles Berthaut
  • DIRECTORS: Jérôme Lambert, Philippe Picard
  • COPRODUCTION: Les Bons Clients, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
And They Died Laughing - Coluche and Thierry Le Luron - The "Duels" Collection
  • Society
  • 52'

The cultural revolution in France as seen through the prism of two of the most popular stand-up comedians in France: Coluche and Thierry Le Luron. In different ways, they each defended comedy and helped to promote freedom of expression. They spared none of society’s institutions and had no taboos.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Malek Bensmaïl
  • DIRECTOR: Malek Bensmaïl
  • COPRODUCTION: Hikayet Films, Magnolias Films, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
Challenging the System
  • Society
  • 90’

The director places his camera inside the offices of the Algerian daily newspaper, "El Watan", during the presidential elections campaign. The incumbent president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, is seeking re-election to a fourth term. Since the period referred to as the Dark Decade, journalists have sought shelter in the Maison de la press (the Press House) where they are also closely monitored. The film looks at relations between the press and the powers that be in modern Algeria.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Yves Riou, Philippe Pouchain
  • DIRECTORS: Yves Riou, Philippe Pouchain
  • COPRODUCTION: Flach Film, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
From May to May - 1968-1981 Artists and Politics
  • Society
  • 52'

The film follows the lives of artists during the 13-year period that runs from May 1968 to May 1981, during which artistic creativity is bubbling, all cultural values are being called into question and people want to break free from a consumer society and the establishment.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Eric Beauducel
  • DIRECTOR: Eric Beauducel
  • COPRODUCTION: Ekla, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
Haroun Tazieff and Claude Allegre, Warring Volcanoes – The "Duels" Collection
  • Society
  • 52’

Two men, both scientists and politically active, two exceptional lives and two diametrically opposed careers. The film looks at what drove both men, through testimonies provided by the people who knew them well. It also looks at how a truly unique profession, vulcanology, and its alter ego, the precautionary principle, have evolved.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Céline Bittner
  • DIRECTOR: Céline Bittner
  • COPRODUCTION: Pampa, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
Once There Was a Law
  • Society
  • 2x52’

Great parliamentary debates that marked the Fifth Republic ... The film goes back in time using archive footage and filmed encounters with senior political figures. Céline Bittner paints the big historical picture and the important details of the lawmaking.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Rachel Kahn
  • DIRECTOR: Stephan Kopecky
  • COPRODUCTION: Et la suite productions, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint-Laurent – The "Duels" Collection
  • Society
  • 52’

To compare the personalities and destinies of Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent, is to plunge into the heart of a half century of fashion and haute couture. It is also a way of looking at how society, customs and way of life in France evolved from the 1960s to the first decade of the 21st century.

  • AUTHOR: Juliette Senik
  • DIRECTOR: Juliette Senik
  • COPRODUCTION: Gloria Films, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
KOUCHNER VS. BRAUMAN, THE DUEL WITHOUT BORDERS
  • Society
  • 52'

The politician who seeks out the media and the decidedly more discrete activist, the conflicting concepts of interference and neutrality in NGOs: a close-up on two former presidents of Doctors without Borders (Médecins sans frontières) who are two very different people.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Regis Debray, Yannick Kergoat
  • DIRECTORS: Regis Debray, Yannick Kergoat
  • COPRODUCTION: KG productions, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
Behind the Century
  • Society
  • 2x52’

Exceptional television archives are used to examine the period that spans 1960 through 2010. Regis Debray looks at the fifty years that witnessed more changes than the preceding centuries: "What happened to us in such a short period of time, to education for young people, to the ideals of progress, to the role given to the ‘second sex’ or that of France in the world?"

  • SERIES EDITOR: Abdallah Badis
  • DIRECTOR: Abdallah Badis
  • COPRODUCTION: Cactusco Films, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
My Son the Foreigner
  • Society
  • 90’

A man in his fifties returns to his native country, Algeria, after a very long absence. He arrives in a country that he barely recognises but that brings back memories and rekindles aspirations; a poetic example of documentary fiction.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Christophe Duchiron
  • DIRECTOR: Christophe Duchiron
  • COPRODUCTION: Gédéon Programmes, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
The Chancellor - Jacques Chancel and the Tour de France
  • Society
  • 52’

Between 1985 and 1989, Jacques Chancel created a programme entitled A Chacun son tour ("Everybody Gets a Tour") that aired on one of France’s public TV channels (Antenne 2) after every stage in the race. During the programme, Chancel gets the cyclists racing in the Tour de France to reveal their personalities and, because he was a proponent of culture shock, he invited well-known but very different personalities on the show: Lino Ventura, Alain Delon, Bernard Pivot, Raymond Devos, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Mireille Mathieu and others. The programme remains unparalleled, a unique experience in television. The show profoundly changed the image of cyclists and of the Tour de France.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Jean-Christophe Klotz
  • DIRECTOR: Jean-Christophe Klotz
  • COPRODUCTION: What’s Up Films, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
The Dassault Group, A Family Affair
  • Society
  • 90’

The Dassault family, a veritable dynasty, is closely linked to the industrial, political and military history of France. Three generations have known how to adapt to the strong ties between power and money. This great saga sometimes reads like an adventure and at others like a tragedy; it is filled with famous people, men who work in the shadows, members of the military and devoted women.

  • AUTHOR: Stéphane Bégoin
  • DIRECTOR: Stéphane Bégoin
  • COPRODUCTION: La Cie des Taxi-Brousse, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2013
THE FRENCH AND LAUGHTER
  • Society
  • 76'

The film looks at profound changes in French society as seen through an analysis of humour in France since the Fifth Republic (1958). Comedy sketches, caricatures, and film excerpts are used to analyse laughter, before and during changes in society.

  • AUTHOR: Jean-Michel Djian
  • DIRECTOR: Jean-Michel Djian
  • COPRODUCTION: Les Films d’ici, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2013
MINISTER OR NOTHING
  • Society
  • 75'

France has had 20 prime ministers since the beginning of the Fifth Republic, but during this time 537 men and women have held ministerial posts. How did these persons get appointed to high level public positions? How well did they perform their duties? How did they deal with the loss of their position? Ministers, former and current, tell their stories.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Daniel Leconte
  • DIRECTOR: Daniel Leconte
  • COPRODUCTION: Doc en Stock, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
Pasqua by Pasqua
  • Society
  • 2x60’/3x45’

In order to provide more than an elegiac account and to reveal the man whose name and stature evokes political intrigue, Daniel Leconte interviews major public figures who lived through key moments in the career of French politician Charles Pasqua. Their testimonies and analyses put into perspective the events and the scheming connected to him.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Jarmila Buzkova
  • DIRECTOR: Jarmila Buzkova
  • COPRODUCTION: Drôle de Trame, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
Pierre Péan and Edwy Plenel, The Knights of French Journalism – The "Duels" Collection
  • Society
  • 52’

Pierre Péan and Edwy Plenel are icons of French journalism who have a perpetually confrontational relationship. They are complete opposites in many ways: the way they work, their vision of journalism and even their way of being. Their clashes have shaped investigative journalism for more than thirty years.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Olivier Nicklaus
  • DIRECTOR: Olivier Nicklaus
  • COPRODUCTION: Slow production, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
Pop Models
  • Society
  • 55’

The fashion model becomes the prism through which we can examine the history of fashion and gain greater understanding into how the interactions between women’s bodies and the social environment have changed.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Patrick Jeudy
  • DIRECTOR: Patrick Jeudy
  • COPRODUCTION: Cie des Phares et Balises, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
Poulidor the First, The Story of a French Cyclist
  • Society
  • 90’

Who has never heard of Raymond Poulidor? One of the heroes of the 1960s; back then he was referred to as "forever second" and was more popular than a certain Jacques Anquetil who had won the Tours de France five times, while "Poupou" had never won. This documentary depicts France during the post WWII economic boom that lasted 30 years, through its main subject, Poulidor.

  • AUTHORS: Adam Leibovitz, Bertrand Delais
  • DIRECTOR: Bertrand Delais
  • COPRODUCTION: Crescendo Films, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
THE FRENCH 1988 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS: DISILLUSIONS
  • Society
  • 52'

The 14 days between the first and second round of the 1988 French presidential elections. The candidates are François Mitterrand and Jacques Chirac. The film is structured around the debate held on 28 April 1988 and describes how these 14 days were a turning point in French politics.

  • AUTHOR: Christophe Duchiron
  • DIRECTOR: Christophe Duchiron
  • COPRODUCTION: MFP, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
ROGER COUDERC, THE 16TH PLAYER
  • Society
  • 65'

For thirty years Roger Couderc was the voice of rugby on French television. The south-western French rural accent that coloured his passionate outbursts and his penchant for the French team won him the hearts of rugby fans and those of the players on the French team, the XV de France, who called him the "16th man". This film is an invitation to travel through time to the land of rugby and television.

  • AUTHOR: Stéphane Bentura
  • DIRECTOR: Stéphane Bentura
  • COPRODUCTION: Premières lignes, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2013
SAINT-TROPEZ, THE SECRET STORY OF A SMALL FISHING HARBOUR
  • Society
  • 60'

Stéphane Bentura looks at Saint-Tropez from a completely different angle, the opposite of the clichés, that of the people of Saint Tropez who lived the simple and festive life that the first "outsiders"loved. Then came the 1980s and the big change brought about by greedy real-estate developers who saw Saint-Tropez as prey; this created a rift among inhabitants who could no longer share the same vision of the future of their village.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Richard Michel, Elizabeth Drévillon
  • DIRECTOR: Elizabeth Drévillon
  • COPRODUCTION: C Ton Films Productions, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
Trade Unions – A History of Counterpowers
  • Society
  • 2x52’

The trade union movement in France was forged by violent social struggles 130 years ago. This documentary describes the major social achievements that shaped the French model: paid holiday leave, the eight-hour workday, retirement at age 60, social security, unemployment insurance, etc. The film also provides us with the opportunity to reflect on the future of unions and of industrial relations in a global society where the benefits that have been acquired are called into question every time there is a financial or economic crisis.

  • AUTHOR: Grégory Magne
  • DIRECTOR: Grégory Magne
  • COPRODUCTION: La Générale de production, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2014
TABARLY VS. COLAS, HEADWINDS
  • Society
  • 52'

Tabarly is from Brittany, he is a member of the military and has been sailing since he was a boy. Colas is from Burgundy and was over 20 when he first set foot on a boat. Tabarly is quiet. Colas is exuberant. They were not meant to get along or to understand each other, but their love of the sea brought them together.

  • SERIES EDITOR: Laurent Mauduit, Thomas Johnson
  • DIRECTOR: Thomas Johnson
  • COPRODUCTION: Nova Production, ina
  • PRODUCTION YEAR : 2015
Tapie and the Republic - Anatomy of a State Scandal
  • Society
  • 70’

The film examines in detail one of the biggest scandals of the Fifth Republic. It involved French businessman-cum- politician-cum-actor Bernard Tapie and a State-owned bank, Credit Lyonnais; millions of euros were at stake. The long legal battle lasted 20 years and affected the highest spheres of authority in the country.