With their plane, Lea, Jean-Baptiste and Domitille cross France accompanied by 45 young plane pilots aged 18 to 24 years. They’re part of the ‘Tour de France young plane pilot’. This 2-week adventure, nearly 70 years old, brings together the elite of future great French plane pilots. More
This is the story of two buddies, Tibo and Dams, who share the passion of freeride mountain biking, a living (ie raw vegetable) diet and love of travel. What is more natural then to go together to explore Nicaragua, a land of fruit and volcanic abundance? In “local fruits and vegetables” mode, the two companions set out to find a volcano where to make fatbike and to run on others. More
Pierre lives in the Haut-Jura, in the middle of the forest, in a wooden hut. For several years he has lived in this parcel of forest he bought long time ago. To exercise his profession of musher, he lives with a pack of fifteen dogs. They live on fine days until the hut is called into question by the municipality. More
In Cambodia, the temples of Angkor are not places of worship but the residence of the gods on earth. According to the texts, the gods live on the top of a mythical mountain, Mount Meru, considered as world’s axis. The sanctuary which houses the image of the principal god reproduces this cosmic vision on a human scale. More
160 meters : A Story About Rock in Bizkaia introduces the close link between Rock music and the urban transformations that took place on both banks of Bilbao’ estuary from the late 80s on.
160 meters is the distance between both banks of the Nervion River, mute witness of Bilbao’s sociological and economical turmoils in the 80s and the 90s. The city wouldn’t be the same today without this very cultural effervescence and bands as eskorbuto, Parabellum, El Inquilino Comunista, Los Clavos, etc. More
Indians worship their many gods, practice devotions and offerings, organize huge religious festivals dedicated to Vishnu, Ganesh, Kali. Religion is seen as being at the service of man in his relentless pursuit of happiness. Spirituality remains the core of everyday life, with its rituals, customs and festivals. More