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MIPCOM OCTOBER 2017

Mipcom is just around the corner! Please find below a selection of our new 2017 catalogue, featuring programs that encompass various genres and formats. We hope to see you in Cannes at our booth! Please feel free to contact us to set up a meeting or regarding any further information.

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Follow the journey of Ella Maillart, one of the major travellers of the twentieth century. A sportswoman, an explorer and adventurer, her talents also included photography, journalism and writing. She sailed the Mediterranean in a yawl, traveled with English travel writer Peter Fleming from Peking to Kashmir, explored Tibet with a half-wild...

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There have been plenty of films about John Howe, the Canadian illustrator famous for his work on The Lord of the Rings trilogy. But this one's different. It's essentially a philosophical journey, for John Howe likes to remain part mystery. We followed him to the places he visits to be alone, draw and take pictures. From New Zealand to Switzerland,...

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This is the story of a forest feast concocted by tree-lovers and foodies. Well-known chef or sylvan sophisticate: there's something to do for everyone. Romano picks nettles, Rapha and David marinate elderberries and make chocolate out of bark, while Yvan cooks up Metholithic recipes, all to the background music provided by forest- and snail-lover...

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In 2005, "An affair of the heart" told from begining to end a pediatrics heart transplant that saved the life of six-year-old Lorena. Today, Lorena has just turned 17 . The fragile young girl has benn fighting non stop against the disease. In a moving testimony, she tells the trials that followed her heart transplant, the daily taking of drugs...

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Learn all about two extreme diets that have nothing in common through this portrait of two families: in this corner, the Paleos, who eat meat at every meal; in that corner, the Vegans, who boycott all animal products without exception. What drives people to choose one or the other? Nutritionists, sociologists and philosophers tell us why we...

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The image of the meat industry has been deeply tainted by one food scandal after another. In France, horsemeat was sold as beef, and horrific pictures from slaughterhouses and of mistreated animals have provoked outrage. What are the real differences between factory farming and traditional or free-range methods? What are the alternatives to...

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Health spending is exploding in all Western countries. But there's an interesting lead to follow up on that no one dares to address : the last year of an insured's life is on average as expensive as all the previous years accumulated! Talking about money regarding end of life remains taboo but it has become an urgent matter, especially since new...

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How do people live with the repetitive tics of Tourette syndrome? What is the real cost of the social and emotional exclusion experienced by teen-age and adult sufferers? While compulsive obsessions are a psychiatric disorder, Tourette syndrome and its tics are first and foremost a neurological condition – a subtle distinction that is irrelevant...

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  • Broadcast date
    17/09/2017
  • Running time
    00:14:04

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To reduce pension expenditure, the Swiss government proposed to index the amount of pensions to the cost of living in the country of residence. The news provoked an outcry among pensioners who left permanently their home country for an endless holiday in the sun.

 

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Discover the hidden face of the three multinationals that account for the bulk of today's online bookings: Booking, Expedia and Trip Advisor. They promise the best prices. But do user reviews really carry any weight vis-à-vis sponsored references? Hotels and restaurants increasingly feel hostage to platforms like these – but what can they do...

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Why is it that some of us freeze in an emergency? Why are almost all of us slated to act, one day or another, like cowards? Are we all courageous in equal measure? Specialists and psychologists decode the moving accounts of people deeply scarred by a few seconds of cowardice.

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A true oasis of greenery located in the industrial district of Vauseyon in Neuchâtel, the Prussian's House is a most surprising restaurant. With his brigade, Chef Jean-Yves Drevet sublimate regional products to offer his customers plates of exception.

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For nearly 40 years, Werner Mäder has been making his own bread in his laboratory in Neuchâtel's oldest bakery. He is the last baker to produce on-site handmade products whose reputation far exceeds the city limits.

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How to attract foreign innovative creators? In Switzerland, the Mass Challenge allows 75 start-ups to bring their projects to fruition, including financing and business model, in order to settle permanently in Switzerland. The "adopt a start up" program was launched so that foreign laureates could be accommodated during four months in Swiss host...

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Hamida Aman fights to promote the intercultural dialogue between Eastern and Western cultures. With her audiovisual production company in Kabul, she produces films and series in Afghanistan to deliver her message of hope and tolerance. Two years age, she moved to Paris with her family and launched a streetwear collection inspired by oriental...

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Neuromarketing is booming! A Swiss communications company offers its clients to use electroencephalograms to improve the efficiency of their messages. The tool could thus predict consumer reactions depending on the emotions they feel. In areas where enhancing message impact is the key to success, such as politics or the media, the prospects are...

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Who loves chocolate and lives in Neuchâtel knows the famous castle cabin, a specialty of the Walder House. But beyond the chocolate that has made its reputation, Pierre Walder is a master at transforming raw chocolate into subtle pleasures for the palate.

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Who is really Kim Jong Un? The dictator was partly educated in Switzerland and well trained to Western culture. Our journalists interviewed people who have known either the North Korean leader himself or his son, like Mischa Aznavour, the son of the French singer living in Switzerland.

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Each year, the number of children abducted by their father or mother continues to rise. And contrary to popular belief, mothers are responsible for abductions in 75% of cases. Our journalists investigate.

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    04/09/2017
  • Running time
    00:03:54

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