LIFE SIZE MEMORIES
"Elephants in Frames"
DVD RELEASE
MAY 2014
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LIFE SIZE MEMORIES "ELEPHANTS IN FRAMES"
2012, documentary, 118 min,
52 min TV version, HD, 16/9 PAL
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Distributed by Journeyman Pictures Two former photojournalists bring a large format camera to South-East Asia to portray Asian elephants living in captivity and to record their biographies. Ten years earlier, in 1999, they had spent months in a logging ...
RED VELVET
2006, documentary, 60 min, digital beta

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Distributed by National Geographic In Southern Siberia, at the heart of the Altai mountains, thousands of maral deer live in gigantic protected reserves. For centuries, every spring, their velvet antlers have been cut off in a bloody ritual to provide t ...
BURMA'S FORBIDDEN ISLANDS
2004, documentary, 52 min, super 16 mm

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For centuries, a remarkable group of seafaring nomads known as the Moken has lived quietly in the idyllic Mergui Archipelago off the southern coast of Burma, sleeping on their boats and existing in harmony with the natural world. Now, though, the peace has been shattered, and the islands a ...
ELEPHANT POWER
2000, documentary, 52 min, super 16 mm
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Around 6,000 elephants, one third of all Asian elephants roaming the planet, live in the forests of Burma. The film follows the trials of one particular herd of wild elephant struggling to survive in the shrinking forests of Burma, and the deep and tangled history their kind has shared wit ...
THE VILLAGE OF COOKS
1995, documentary, 12 min, Super 16 mm
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A tiny village of South India, Kalayur is known as “The Village of Cooks”. Most of the men of the village are famous cooks. Their specialty: Banquets for 2.000 to 10.000 guests. They are so popular all over the country that their services must be booked several ...
NO EXIT
2008, documentary, 20 min, High Definition
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Guillaume Gallienne, acteur sociétaire de la Comédie Française, choisit de monter Huis-Clos de Jean-Paul Sartre, "La seule pièce du répertoire où les personnages sont tous des morts", sur une scène de Théâtre Noh à Tokyo.