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The Geneva Initiative
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directed by Nicolas Wadimoff; produced by Nicolas Wadimoff (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2005), 1 hour 36 mins
During a ceremony on December 1st, 2003, the Geneva Initiative had been launched and the whole world wanted to believe – once again – that peace was at hand in the Middle East. After two and a half years of secret negotiations, a group of Israelis and Palestinians had come up with a "global and final" solutio...
directed by Nicolas Wadimoff; produced by Nicolas Wadimoff (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2005), 1 hour 36 mins
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Oil In Iraq: Curse Or Blessing?
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directed by Robert Mugnerot (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2003), 58 mins
The programe is firmly axed on the history of Iraq's oil resources - is it a blessing or a curse? One thing is certain: these 'oil barrels' are easily inflammable and have turned into a number of political powder kegs. How is it possible that a nation which is literally sitting on one gigantic oil barrel - the se...
directed by Robert Mugnerot (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2003), 58 mins
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Swimming Elephants
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directed by Jean-Claude Luyat (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 1999), 1 hour
An exotic paradise in the Gulf of Bengal, south of Burma, the thickly forested Andaman Islands possess important natural resources. In places where no machine can pass, men and elephants contribute to the exploitation of these resources with a constant concern not to upset nature's order, thus ensuring the regener...
directed by Jean-Claude Luyat (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 1999), 1 hour
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TV Around the World, 5, Russia
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directed by Maxime Mardoukhaev and Vladimir Tchermine, in TV Around the World, 5 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2005), 35 mins
Why are Romanian tv news always loaded with haemoglobin? Why are the new heroes on TV in Quebec a family of bad and ugly characters? Why is the latest TV channel launched in Russia exclusively patriotic? These are the questions asked by 'TV Around the Globe', each week. During 26 minutes, we discover a country thr...
directed by Maxime Mardoukhaev and Vladimir Tchermine, in TV Around the World, 5 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2005), 35 mins
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Aisheen: Still Alive In Gaza
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directed by Nicolas Wadimoff; produced by Faycal Hassairi (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2009), 1 hour 37 mins
Shot a few weeks after the end of Israel’s January 2009 offensive, this sensitively crafted doc captures the human suffering and devastation wrought on Gaza’s Palestinian residents as they struggle daily to survive. 'Where is the ghost town?' asks the little boy to the theme park attendant. 'It's there, right...
directed by Nicolas Wadimoff; produced by Faycal Hassairi (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2009), 1 hour 37 mins
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Beyond Hatred
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directed by Emmanuel François-Sappey, fl. 2008; produced by Arnaud Hamelin, France 5 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2003), 1 hour
A young Scottish Jew dies in a bomb attack on an Israeli bus. At the hospital, his parents agree to an organ transplant and a little girl receives one of his kidneys. She is seven years old and … she is Palestinian. Yoni (Jonathan) Jesner had come to Israel for two years’ religious studies in a yashiva. He wa...
directed by Emmanuel François-Sappey, fl. 2008; produced by Arnaud Hamelin, France 5 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2003), 1 hour
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Decoding Dress Codes, China
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directed by Xiao Xing Cheng, fl. 2007; produced by ARTE and Point du Jour International, in Decoding Dress Codes (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2009), 28 mins
In China, there is a uniform for everyone – the hairdresser, the high school student, the voluntary worker, the Secretary General of the Party or the waitress in a restaurant. And speaking of the Party, did you know that Mao never wore a jacket with a Mao-style collar? The elders are still attached to the unif...
directed by Xiao Xing Cheng, fl. 2007; produced by ARTE and Point du Jour International, in Decoding Dress Codes (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2009), 28 mins
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Hotel Palestine
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directed by Antonia Rados (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2003), 59 mins
Middle East correspondent Antonia Rados has covered numerous conflicts for RTL television, ORF and ARD: the Russian invasion of Afghanistan between 1979 and 1981, Iran during the same period, the first Gulf War and the latest Iraq conflict. Like several other international media colleagues, from the New York Times...
directed by Antonia Rados (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2003), 59 mins
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Iraq: Saddam's Revenge
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directed by Antonia Rados (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2004), 55 mins
When Saddam’s bloody dictatorship was brought to such a sudden end, it appeared that the coalition had won a total, undisputable victory. What has become of the Sunni tribes one year later? What has become of the formerly privileged? Who are the new Islamic warriors who make life difficult for the coalition? On...
directed by Antonia Rados (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2004), 55 mins
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Minsk World
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directed by Xiao Xing Cheng, fl. 2007 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2007), 49 mins
Young filmmaker Xiao Xing was born and raised in China, under the regime of Den Xiaoping. He left his home country aged 17 to settle in France. In 2006, he returns for the first time to Shenzen to visit his father whom he has not seen since the end of the 1980’s when China had only just begun the change to a ma...
directed by Xiao Xing Cheng, fl. 2007 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Point du Jour International, 2007), 49 mins
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