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ZED > Television Distribution
200 years after the discovery of the white continent, an International expedition explores the human impact on this protected sanctuary, and reveals the stakes which lie behind it.
From first meeting to murder, this film follows a year-long investigation on five emblematic cases of femicide, to reveal a recurrent criminal pattern.
Scandals, break-up and Brexit: Queen Elizabeth has faced many challenges. Is she ready for the next round?
Strong themes that resonate and build bridges between yesterday and today. Films that mix astonishing sequences, unpublished archives, secret images, and funny interviews with great figures of our time.
80 years after the events, this film lifts the veil on the greatest mass-arrest of Jews ever carried out on French soil, in the light of the most recent historiography.
How about travelling the world through colors? Embark on a world tour and explore countries’ culture, history, traditions and landscapes through this original prism.
How is Amsterdam preparing for the worst? Discover the innovative and ambitious projects developed to save this emblematic city from the rising waters.
Hour by hour, with the help of experts, 3D modeling, and reconstructions, relive the key events of the storming of the Bastille, a turning point of the French Revolution.
Blending rare archive footage and interviews with leading historians, this film examines the rise and fall of the Nazi regime through its economic system.
Through the prism of ordinary people memories and personal archives, this series tells another history of French overseas territories.
Thanks to exclusive access, unique archives, poignant witnesses and a powerful storytelling, it immerses us for the first time into the conflict that led to Iraq's destruction.
Who said that the army was only a man's business? On land, at sea and in the air, military women work day and night to defend France.
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