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  Le blog présent reste tel quel en ligne, pour raison sentimentales 💓


  Here is a participative project on which I have been working since the end of May, and for which the fine-tuning and publicity take me time: The Meanwhile Project.
  The concept is simple: a participative website bringing together the best videos in as many places in the world as possible, to help curious people to get an impression and the motivated ones to share videos of what their cities look like. All the information is on the site. Just above, you have a video of Longyearbyen, to get an idea of ​​the concept.
  No need to tell you that I strongly invite you to take a look and send your own videos!

  EDIT 2017: Partial failure. After having a few participants, the lack of money to advertise and perhaps, also, my limited skills in web design made the project collapse.

  EDIT March 2020: The confinement imposed on most of the inhabitants of the planet makes me rethink the project, and I change the name of the facebook page to "Unconfined World" to support the depressed people in need of an anonymous crowd. Good idea, right?

  EDIT April 2020: New failure.


  Two years to start making Ljubljana's film, but only three months for this one!
Nothing really went as planned in Hungary. After my stay in Ljubljana, I wanted to meet the excellent Istvan Kantor and make a film about the revolutions. I realized once there that he was living in Canada for several decades.
It was therefore necessary to trust chance to find a subject, and the fortuitous meeting with a lord of the romani music, Antal Kovacs, drived me to make a film on the Romani people.

  So here is a report which gives voice to people belonging to minorities in a country with a almost-totalitarian government, and attacking unity in its nationalist form, wich is the worst enemy of universalism.
By the way some errors may have crept into the editing, as well as some spelling mistakes in the subtitles, but this is because I'm leaving tomorrow morning to hitchhike for a short vacation in Novi Pazar and Kosovo. All has been finished in the rush (it's three in the morning at the time of this writing)!


  Over two years without a film. What a delay! It had been so long since I had edited anything that it was difficult to get back to it. But a year after my return, after two weeks of hard work and three days before the supposed end of time, here is the third session of my films!
For this first episode we will visit Ljubljana, a city that I love at least as much as the bureks that are served there and which, in this movie, will serve as a framework to talk about Yugo-nostalgia. Hear the nostalgia for the Yugoslav nation, and the concept of unity among peoples that accompanied it.
What was great for me there, apart from the fact that it was the start of my journey and that the beginnings are always happy, is that I was able to shoot all the scenes I wanted and, above all, to carry out the interviews I had planned.
I am therefore happy to announce that I have managed to find one of my idols at the bottom of a park: Roberto Magnifico! You will therefore be able, with joy, to listen to his clear words and his honeyed voice of Balkans crooner.
See you soon for the next film, shot in Budapest!

- 2012 PROGRAM -

  The last journey ended in early November 2012, after more than six months of hitchhiking across Europe. Since the end of the trip I'm back in Toulouse, hosted by a friend before finding a new flat, and cutting gradually the twelve films planned for the session 2011 that will be, in fact, the session 2012. One movie will be released every fortnight. In short, you'll be glad to see:

-A film about universalism and yugo-nostalgia in Ljubljana.
-A film about the rights of minorities in Budapest, by speaking and meeting with two of them: Gays and Romanis.
-A film about theater, Smurfs and censorship in Poland.
-A film about religion and freedom of speech in Latvia.
-A film about street art and the concept of beauty in Estonia.
-A film about the extreme right and people who do not like this between Lithuania and Finland.
-A film about travelling, in all ways, in Norway (Beware of the wonderfull Svalbard).
-A film about feminism in Sweden.
-A film about the rights of immigrants in Denmark.
-A film about eroticism in Berlin (very hot).
-A film about homeless people between Amsterdam, Brussels and Toulouse.
-A film about the fight against job precariusness and social insecurity in Paris.

So here comes a nice series of film!
By the way you'll have the pleasure to hear and discover in these twelve movies:
Magnifico, Antal Kovács, Krystian Legierski, Thom Thom Schmidt, people from Fuck For Forest, Arlette Laguiller, Benoit Hamon, Jean-Luc Mélenchon and dozens of others anonymous, worth to meet and listen... See ya soon !