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Photographs : Alain Cornu

Rencontres d'Arles, Night of the year, carte Blanche to Signatures.

Seven thousand years ago, human beings cut and raised stones in Western Europe. These stones, venerated as sacred objects, are particularly numerous in Ile-de-France and constitute the first trace of our civilisation’s architecture. By photographing them, Alain Cornu sought to highlight these messengers from the past, recovering their sacred nature and emphasising how their being unites humanity, nature and time. 

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Arles - Night of the year 2014

Photographs : Marie Dorigny/Festival Photoreporter

While Nepal became a democratic republic in 2008, the living conditions of women are incredibly violent. Here, as in many other countries, women are the first to be exposed to difficulties, in any situation.

Director : Thomas Petit A.

Soundtrack : Sébastien Lecordier

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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Arles - Night of the year 2014

Photographs : Christophe Calais

On 26 July 1994, Angelo was found alive in a mass grave in Goma by a French legionary. He was 7 years old. Christophe Calais has followed his story ever since.

Director : Thomas Petit A.
Soundtrack : Frédéric Fleischer
Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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Arles - Night of the year 2014

Photographs : Viviane Dalles

For three generations, Roy Bell’s boxing troup has travelled the length and breadth of the Australian outback. Michael Karaitiana, whose father was Maori, and his boxers, are the last in Australia to bring to life the original Boxing Tent : the traditional travelling show of the Outback.

Director : Thomas Petit A.
Sound track : Balthazar Gibiat
Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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Arles - Night of the year 2014

Photographs : Jérémie Jung

This Estonian island in the Gulf of Riga, situated an hour off the coast by ferry, preserves a culture that earned it a classification as UNESCO Intangible Heritage of Humanity in 2003, thanks to its women.

Director : Thomas Petit A.
Sound track : Thomas Petit A. and Frédéric Fleischer
Production : Frédérique Founès and Marie Karsenty

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Photographies :  Patrick Gripe

The Maison de Solenn mainly treats young patients suffering from anorexia and treats specific teenage pathologies.

 Réalisation : Thomas Petit A.

Création sonore : Sébastien Lecordier

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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Photographies : Florence Levillain

Réalisation : Alex Xylax

Soundtrack : Ludovic Germain, agence LPAS

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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Photographs : Eric Dexheimer

A series between shadows and lights on the perceptions of the death.

Réalisation : Alex Xylax

Soundtrack : Ludovic Germain, agence LPAS

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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Photographs : Sébastien Erome

Crossing roads inside the US

Prudence indeed wil dictate that Governments log established should not be changed for light and transient causes.

Thomas Jefferson, The United States Declaration of independance, 1776

Réalisation : Alex Xylax

Soundtrack : Ludovic Germain, agence LAPS

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

 

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Raphaël Helle and compagnie Princesses Peluches.

Miss O’Range leaves her green suburb in Stockholm for a water sports lover’s holiday in Morocco. On her way, she crosses paths with crocodiles that are migrating towards the Arctic, polar bears frying in the desert and orange trees bearing strange fruit.

Réalisation : Thomas Petit A.

Création soncore : Thomas Petit A. et Olivier Chastang

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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A "rogue gallery" of a particular kind, in which men and women, seropositive and seronegative people, migrants and residents, heterosexuals and homosexuals rub shoulders.

Photographs : Christophe Beauregard

Réalisation : Thomas Petit A.

Soundtrack : Thomas Petit A. et Olivier Chastang

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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From Istanbul to Dakar, crews find themselves abandoned by inscrupulous ship owners. For the past ten years, Patrice terraz has been collecting the stories of these shipwrecked refugees of globalisation.

Réalisation : Thomas Petit A.

Soundtrack : Sébastien Lecordier

Production : Frédérique Founès et Marie Karsenty

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