Twenty-four hours in the life of Radio France, from one dawn to another. Along its corridors, inside its recording studios, with its producers, presenters, journalists and various guests. ...
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With unerring curiousity and sensitivity, director Philbert portrays the difficulties and joys of being deaf, offering vivid portraits of people of all ages coping with and surmounting their challenges.
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Philibert films Zoology Gallery of the National Museum of Natural History (today known as the Great Gallery of Evolution) for a period of reforms which lasted from 1991 until 1994. The ... See full summary »
Twenty-four hours in the life of Radio France, from one dawn to another. Along its corridors, inside its recording studios, with its producers, presenters, journalists and various guests. And outside on a motorbike in the wake of the Tour de France or in the company of a thunderstorm photographer.Written by
I have just returned home after a visit to the Copenhagen festival, CPH-DOX and a viewing of 'La Maison De la Radio' in the local Grand Theater.
We even had the pleasure to meet both the new ambassador from to Denmark and Nicolas Phillibert before the film, and NP stayed on after the film and to lots of questions. Nice.
It's a wonderful film, in the well known style of Nicolas Phillibert. If you liked his other movies, if you like people, if you like language, if you like sound, if you like radio and if you like a good well made documentary, don't miss out on this one. I loved it!
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