1. This music video is dedicated to Rod Serling
    We went for a trip in japan. It was suppose to be vacation, we came back with an unofficial version of Apparat's Goodbye.
    Shot with 7D + 50 mm + 24-70mm + 1 tripod.

    Directed by
    Pierre Zandrowicz
    Written by
    Charlotte de Broglie x Pierre Zandrowicz
    Shot and edited by
    Pierre Zandrowicz
    Charlotte de Broglie x Masaru Inayoshi
    Nicolas Bourniquel
    Special Thanks to

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  2. Retrouvez l'intégralité de la série et ses bonus sur :

    Les éléctions sont toujours un moment privilégié dans l’année et dans la vie de l’ensemble d’une population : attention mé- diatique croissante, débats, omniprésence des sujets politiques, conversations de rues et de comptoirs... Au sein de cette popula- tion, il est une catégorie de citoyens qui se pose des questions sur cet événement et qu’on n’écoute que d’une oreille : ce sont les enfants.
    Il s’agit ici de proposer des petites vignettes d’environ une minute trente pour faire partager des regards d’enfants entre 6 et 10 ans. À cet âge, on ose encore exprimer ses rêves et la parole des enfants, face caméra, résonne parfois de manière bien plus percutante que les débats habituels et phrases « d’adultes politiques » rythmant la campagne.

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  3. “27” is a joint venture between a filmmaker, two architects and a designer. They travel together to meet people engaging in the process of making the Europe of tomorrow. “27” is a journey into the heart of contemporary European architecture, under a permanent state of mutation. 27countries, 27 cultures, 27 architects build according to their own rules, and their own history while giving contribution for the construction of a common space : Europe.
    FOLLOW US : facebook.com/27theproject

    Music by Superflight (feat. Marie Daulne) & ChateauFlight.
    Thanks To Versatile.

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  5. On the 3rd March, Parisian journalist Raphael Beaugrand took off on his bicycle with an aim to
    reach Hiroshima by 15th January 2011. Here he tells us why.
    On the project
    More than sixty years ago, war was raging in my native France. The atrocities of the Second
    World War follow different generations. Memories die with people and the consequences of
    conflict fade into oblivion. However, since 1945, blood is still shed in Eurasia. Armed combats,
    internal rivalries or hostilities from neighboring countries have hit entire populations. From
    Bosnia to Japan, the road is riddled with conflicts past, present and future. Between
    Srebrenica and Hiroshima, two cities notorious for the atrocities of war, several countries
    have witnessed deadly episodes in their history. Other countries live in fear of arms returning.
    On this road that stretches from Paris to his final destination, covered by Beaugrand on a
    bicycle, there still lives an unaccounted number of victims of genocide, wars of
    independence, frozen conflicts, terrorist acts or armed repression.
    Absorbing their daily lives and collecting their stories, Beaugrande will listen to the people as
    they tell of their memories, as well as hopes and dreams for the future.
    Hosted by locals, sitting at a restaurant table or in an office, Beaugrand wishes to illustrate
    dark pages of history and show that despite losses and sorrows, life has revived in the hope
    of new, happier days ahead.
    The goal
    Journalist since 2007 for the web edition of Le Point weekly newspaper, I have been keen on
    analyzing and understanding the world. Passionate about cycling and fond of traveling, I have
    previously had the good fortune of spending several months on the roads of Eurasia.
    I spent a year in China and several weeks at a time in India, Vietnam, Cambodia and the
    countries that constituted the former socialist republic of Yugoslavia, and was able to deepen
    my understanding of the conflicts that these areas have encountered.
    Combining my thirst for discovery with my interest in the history of Eurasian countries, I
    initiated this project of cycling through conflict zones two years ago. The intention was to find
    out how life has re-emerged for the victims, what their memories of the conflict are, -and what
    their hopes are today.
    All have lost a relative, have seen adverse army marching under their eyes, have had to
    escape their countries or live in fear of repression. “39th Parallel” is a collection of encounters
    capturing victims’ daily lives and showing their new lives and ongoing struggle.
    It will be an antology of testimonies from people of Eurasia. From the mountains of the
    Balkans and the Black sea shore, via South Caucasus, Caspian Sea shores, Kazakhs plains,
    Kyrgyzstan mountains, desert of Taclamacan, Korean peninsula or Japanese archipelago, a
    whole continent will be explored from West to East. Capturing these moments every day, the
    reportage is a picture of its inhabitants. A picture of people met, countries traveled and
    landscapes explored.
    Filming along the way I will put footage online as I proceed, allowing me to share my
    adventure with the readers.
    The map
    On the 3rd of March, leaving from Paris, my well-equipped bicycle will depart for the
    roads of Eurasia. A journalistic adventure, physical challenge and geographical
    discovery; Paris - Hiroshima will not be a speedy trip. The route extends across
    France, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Georgia,
    Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, China, South Korea and Japan.
    Arrival in Hiroshima is planned to take place on the 15th of January 2011.

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