World's Workers Competition

Most of the electronics devices we use are made in China, including our smartphones. Smartphones that poison millions of Chinese workers because of the chemicals used to make them.

Opened 30 years ago, in the middle of the Quartier Latin in Paris, my father's hardware store is a meeting point for the neighbourhood and the playground of my childhood years.

The film tells the story of a man called Abdolhassan who has built a village for himself and his family in southern Iran in Boushehr. He has managed to electrify the village on his own.

Arlit, a desert city in the middle of Niger, was once known as the “second Paris”: an Eldorado who drew migrants from all over the region to work in the uranium mines operated by French nuclear gi

No profession should be forbidden to women.

Balabanov is the place where Metodi has always lived and represents an utopia for him: a factory-village that provided its workers with housing, schools, entertainment, shops and healthcare.

Where is the exponential growth of technology taking us?

In the south of China, dozens of isolated villages are slowly fading away. The youngest inhabitants have already left and the oldest ones are being burried.

In an isolated enclave of the Himalayas, 12,000 Zanskarpas live in absolute autarky. To put an end to this isolation, the Indian government decides to build a road.