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Welcome to Pollywood

France 2Un Oeil sur la Planète, 4 June 2012.

18 minutes. Olivia Gesbert and Arnaud Levert’s report.

Forget about London, Paris and Berlin. Cracovia is the new clubbing destination in Eastern Europe. Varsovia has not been left behind, with beach clubs and an electric atmosphere. Music, fashion, design, graphics and theatre: Poland is building a new …

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Good morning Vietnam

canal TESTL’effet papillon, February 19, 2012.

8 minutes. Dung Vo Trung, Gaël Caron and Michaël Sztanke’s report.

Since the Communist Party converted to an economic market, Vietnam is quickly becoming the new Asian dragon. Foreign investments are exploding, PIB is skyrocketing, but who is benefiting from this economical miracle?…

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Poland: An agricultural revolution

France 2Un Oeil sur la Planète, june 4, 2012.

17 minutes. Michaël sztanke and Julien Alric’s report.

Since joining the European Union, Polish agriculture is undergoing a revolution. The common Agricultural Policy’s money enabled the modernization of equipments and exploitations. But if the western part is agriculturally booming, for the east it’s difficult to take off.…

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Dearborn : A Chain of Préjudices

canal TESTL’effet papillon, 20 May 2012.

8 minutes. Feurat Alani and Santiago Avalos’s report.

Nowadays, what’s a Muslim in the United States ? A response is proposed by an American TV show. The chosen city is Dearbor, a prosperus municipality which is 45% Muslim. But the city also draws in Islamophobics….…

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Iraq: A country of widows

Report, 14 April 2012.

13 minutes. Feurat Alani and Yasser Joumaily’s report.

On every single corner, black silhouettes appear: those are the widows of Iraq. These women are existing ghosts from a country haunted by war, and that no one pays attention to…

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Fallujah: a lost generation

Spécial Investigation, October 2011.

52 minutes. A documentary by Feurat Alani and Yvon Le Gall.

Fallujah, about fifty miles West of Bagdad, in Iraq, is a contaminated city. One in five children are born with an important physical deformity. The potential causes: the use of white phosphorus bombs by the American army, terrible weapons which contained …

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Textile’s damned

France-24Reporters, May 2011.

10 minutes. Séverine Bardon and Gaël Caron’s report.

Nowadays, important ready-to-wear Western brands are produced in Bangladesh. With 80% of country’s exports, it represents many considerable millions of dollars. But if the country is growing thanks to textile, workers don’t take advantage of this. They are sacrificed forcost-effectiveness; and it’s difficult for …

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Thai-toi Birman

L’effet Papillon, March 2009.

8 minutes. Michael Sztanke and Gaël Caron.

Hundreds of boat people where pushed to death in Asia. More than 1,000 Burmese and Bangladeshi immigrants were intercepted by the Thai Army while they attempted asylum had been thrown into the sea on damaged boats by the Thai Army…Hundreds had disappeared, others were …

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