What does the future hold for toilets? Why hasn’t there been more progress since their creation? Embark on a worldwide scientific investigation and discover this universal issue from a new perspective.
Through sketches and notebooks, the comparison of paintings and the analysis of infrared reflectography, this film takes a fresh look at Da Vinci’s painting and what it meant to him: Total art as a way to understand the world.
Going on a trip to the USSR and in the Soviet bloc countries before the fall of the Berlin wall, was simply a dream for tens of thousands of French people. Discover this ideal told through amateur films, photographs and testimonials of travelers.
Based on previously-unreleased documentary sources, this landmark series tells the story of the Soviet concentration camp system, a major political, human and economic fact of the 20th century which remains unknown until today.
A ukulele fanatic, Joann Sfar flies to Hawaii to discover the origin of this mythical instrument. His goal: to flush out the ukulele of its dreams, steeped in history and charged with the famous Hawaiian spirit of the Aloha.
From the first days of the Iran-Iraq War in 1980 to the fall of Daesh, this series tells for the first time the destruction of Iraq. A story in which major powers clash due to economic interests. A look at 40 years that changed the world.
Combining stunning CGI reconstructions with contemporary footage, and thanks to renowned experts, this series brings back to life the greatest ancient cities at the height of their powers.
Episodes: Athens, Alexandria, Tikal, Rome