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Nature & Environment

110' Nature

Series of 11x110' or 22x52' They are territories unique in the world, natural jewels preserved, where people are at one with stunning landscapes. These destinations make up a collection of "geographical jewels". This collection of 110' films shares the intimacy of some rare or secret activities. It reveals the unknown faces of these territories while celebrating the breathtaking beauty of nature by casting a fresh look on the world...

Great Rift Expedition: Water, a shared Treasure 10x26'

Brothers Geoffroy and Loïc are explorerswith a passion: water. They decided to travel from the Ugandan East-African Rift to Israel to meet both nomadic and settled populations. In five months, from the source of the Nile to the arid landscapes of the Near East, they travelled more than 13,000 kms in a side-car with just one question on their minds: Is there enough water on the Earth to support 9 billion inhabitants by 2050?Destinations: Uganda - Tanzania - Kenya - Ethiopia - Sudan - Egypt - IsraelBERNARDO ÉLIS TROPHY for the best environmental television series at the 9th FICA International Festival of Environmental Film

The Great Rift Expedition: Water, a shared Treasure 4x52'

Brothers Geoffroy and Loïc are explorerswith a passion: water. They decided to travel from the Ugandan East-African Rift to Israel to meet both nomadic and settled populations. In five months, from the source of the Nile to the arid landscapes of the Near East, they travelled more than 13,000 kms in a side-car with just one question on their minds: Is there enough water on the Earth to support 9 billion inhabitants by 2050? BERNARDO ÉLIS TROPHY for the best environmental television series at the 9th FICA International Festival of Environmental Film

Oceania

The TV series OCEANIA presents journeys and encounters that aim to explore the world through its streams, rivers, seas and oceans. Sail away with journalists and learn all about marine life found on our incredible blue planet! You will meet individuals who live and work in these unusual, idyllic and, in some cases, ecologically threatened areas, and discover hitherto unseen facets of our vast water bodies, thanks to OCEANIA.