1. Publicité - Maison de la détection

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    The film is about the power of metal detector, used here like a time machine. Futuristic crew performed by Nina Lopata, Joseph Ciesiolka and Melvyn Derouen. The dad and his daughter performed by Cassandre & Stéphan Blin. Gaulish guy performed by Thomas Chu Sin Chung. Make-up by Sonia Gonçalves & Pauline Lamarcq Assistant director: Chris. A big thank-you to Patrick Péron, Jean-Yves Sauter, Veronika Ciesiolka, Robin Guth and others. Music by Arthur Cassone - Escape (original mix). Direction and post-production by Baptiste Houy. Production by H2A. Client: Maison de la détection.

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    • Eluveitie - Thousandfold

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      website: http://eluveitie.ch/ Everything Remains (As It Never Was) --------------------------------------------------- Everything Remains (As It Never Was) is the fourth full-length album by the Swiss folk metal band Eluveitie. The album was produced by Colin Richardson, and released on February 19, 2010 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everything_Remains_(As_It_Never_Was) Eluveitie Biography -------------------------- Eluveitie (/ɛlˈveɪti/ el-VAY-ti) is a Swiss folk metal band from Winterthur, Zurich founded by Chrigel Glanzmann. The band was formed in 2002 and their first EP, Vên was released in 2003. Vên was a studio project of Glanzmann's but its success led to the recruitment of a full band. They describe themselves as "The new wave of folk metal". The band then released a full-length album, Spirit in June 2006. In November 2007, Eluveitie was signed by Nuclear Blast. The first product of the collaboration, Slania, was released in February 2008. The album peaked at number 35 in the Swiss charts and number 72 in the German charts. Eluveitie use traditional instruments amidst guitars and harsh vocals. The lyrics are often in the now extinct language Gaulish. The name of the band comes from graffiti on a vessel from Mantua (ca. 300 BC). The inscription in Etruscan letters reads eluveitie, which has been interpreted as the Etruscan form of the Celtic (h)elvetios (“the Helvetian”), presumably referring to a man of Helvetian descent living in Mantua. Characteristics --------------------- Eluveitie infuses traditional Celtic folk melodies with Gothenburg-styled melodic death metal. Eluveitie uses traditional folk instruments in their music, such as fiddles, tin whistles and flutes, bag pipes and hurdy gurdies. The traditional folk tunes in their songs have been drawn from various sources, including traditional Irish reels. While many of their lyrics are in English, some are in the ancient extinct Gaulish language. All of the lyrics on their 2009 release Evocation I - The Arcane Dominion are in Gaulish (except the first song "Sacrapos - At First Glance"). Their lyrics are based on texts written in Gaulish such as prayers, invocations of the gods and other spirits. info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eluveitie http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eluveitie#Characteristics .

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      • France, Roman archaeological sites

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        2010-2009 Expedition. Full HD, photographer: Samuel Magal. This clip is a small selection of the sites filmed in France, in this project I shot archaeological sites all over France.

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        • Why should we protect endangered languages? - Dr Nicholas Ostler

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          Dr Nicholas Ostler argues for the preservation of the world's endangered languages, considering historical examples of threatened languages that have been wiped out (like Gaulish) and those that have been rescued from extinction (such as Basque). All our lectures are available for free download from the Gresham College website, in video, audio or text formats: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Gresham College professors and guest speakers have been giving free public lectures in central London since 1597. This tradition continues today and you can attend any of our lectures, or watch or listen to them on our website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941

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          • Celtic Iron Age Cooking

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            Swiss reenactment group Nantaror on display

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