Le Mois du film documentaire 2022 (3/3)

Regard documentaire sur l'environnement

7 films

Observons la nature, protégeons-la, elle nous regarde ! Ici est raconté le vacillement du monde et de sa biodiversité, sa beauté et sa fragilité. Ce cycle propose 7 films qui montrent comme le vivant est menacé par les actions humaines mais il est encore temps d'agir, sans tarder... les actions humaines mais qu’il est temps d’agir.

Le Mois du film documentaire 2022 (3/3)
  • 2021
  • France
  • 1h45
by Cyril Dion

The place of mankind among the living is the main topic. At the instigation of Cyril Dion, who already gave us his vision with Tomorrow, and the primatologist Jane Goodall, two teenagers will embark in an extraordinary quest: to find another way of living alongside other species, more as roomates than predators. To do so, they will travel and meet with scientists and activists all over the globe.

  • 2021
  • 1h32
by Marie Amiguet and Vincent Munier

High up on the Tibetan plateau. Amongst unexplored and inaccessible valleys lies one of the last sanctuaries of the wild world, where rare and undiscovered fauna lives. Vincent Munier, one of the world's most renowned wildlife photographers takes the adventurer and novelist Sylvain Tesson (In the Forest of Siberia) with him on his latest mission. For several weeks, they'll explore these valleys searching for unique animals and try to spot the snow leopard, one of the rarest and most difficult big cats to approach.

  • 2020
  • France
  • 1h36
by Flore Vasseur

Depuis 6 ans, Melati, 18 ans combat la pollution plastique qui ravage son pays l’Indonésie. Comme elle, une génération se lève pour réparer le monde

  • 2022
  • France, Belgium
  • 1h30
by Aïssa Maïga

In northern Niger, the village of Tatiste, a victim of global warming, is fighting for access to water. Every day, fourteen-year-old Houlaye, like other young people, walks for miles to fetch water, which is essential to the life of the village. This daily task prevents them, among other things, from attending school. The lack of water also forces adults to leave their families each year to go beyond the borders to find the resources necessary for their survival. However, this region has an aquifer lake of several thousand square kilometers in its basement. All it would take is one borehole to bring the coveted water to the center of the village and give everyone a better life.

  • Young audience
  • 2019
  • France
  • 1h01
by Anne-Lise Koelher and Eric Serre

10 species of animals among so many others are born, live, and become accustomed to each other along beside a river... The long-eared owl takes flight to be born a second time and to tame the night. The great-crested grebe moves back and forth in its fishing terriotry, becoming invisible and dancing with the seaweed. The kingfisher in its journey in search of a place in the sun. The European pond turtle which drifts on the water and defies time. The Irish bat which sees the evening symphony with its ears. The European beaver, the builder of riverbanks which cannot resist the smell of trees. The fire salamander explores both side of the world, this strange marvel. The great bittern, a reed bird that dreams of catching the moon. The pike which hopes to become huge in order to experience great adventures. And, last but not least, the emperor dragonfly, this fighter whose armor is forged by the sun. They all shout: "Hello world!"

  • Young audience, Fantasy and science fiction
  • 2013
  • France
  • 1h18
by Luc Jacquet

In his new film, Luc Jacquet takes us on an extraordinary journey deep into the tropical forest, into the heart of life itself. For the first time, a tropical forest springs to life before our very eyes. From the first shoot to the blossoming of giant trees, from the canopy to the development of hidden links between plants and animals, no less than seven centuries will unfold before us. Luc Jacquet has been filming nature for many years, moving and thrilling audiences with unique and exciting tales. His encounter with the botanist Francis Hallé gave birth to this heritage film, combining the transmission of knowledge, poetry and visual magic, about the last great primal forests in the tropics. Il était une forêt offers an exceptional immersion in this wild world that has remained in its original state, in perfect balance, where each organism - from the smallest to the largest and all connected to each other - plays an essential part.

  • Young audience
  • 2018
  • 1h26
by Guillaume Maidatchevsky

Follow the incredible odyssey of a newborn reindeer in Lapland. Throughout this one-year-long migration over hundreds of miles in the frozen immensity of the taiga, through the forests imprisoned in ice, from the majestic fjords to the high summits, Ailo will cross paths with foxes, lemmings, lynxes, eagles, wolverines, bears, wolves, squir- rels, elks and even ermines... friends and enemies. Relying on his mother’s help to escape from the many predators and dangers, little Ailo will learn to survive and become an adult reindeer.

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