52 minutes documentary dirceted by Alwa Deluze
With the participation of France télévisions – France 3 Région Midi Pyrénées
And the support of Région Occitanie Pyrénées-Méditerrannée and Procirep-Angoa
I live in Castagnède, pop. 200, a small village located in France near the Pyrenées mountains. It is a poor and empty land, deeply changed by agricultural and industrial mutations. Yet I've found there a vivid community of citizens...
Bellota Films was created in 2009 by Hind Saïh and Dominique Barneaud, to make great movies with unique and ambitious points of views.
For 20 years, the 2 producers have produced films in France and abroad, always seeking innovative and first-rate stories. We love falling in love with stories, following an intuitive method, in order to share exceptional messages about our world and society.
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Hind was born and raised in Morocco. She arrived in France after getting her High School diploma, to pursue tertiary eduction in France. After her initial degree, a mixture of science, literature, and theatre studies, she completes a Degree in Cinema and prepares a thesis, then a DESS at the Institut Européen de Cinéma et d’Audiovisuel (IECA) in Nancy specialising in Documentary. During her studies, Hind directs several short films and works on the set of feature films as an assistant. She also travels for her studies to several (...)see more...
Dominique Barneaud has been producing television and theatrical films for 20 years. After finishing his business and administration degree (E.S. Management in France and Western Michigan University in the USA), he held an assistant position at Fox/Lorber inc., an independent distribution company in the US. As a producer, he created Kalamazoo Films, a Paris based production company in 1992. He joined AGAT Films & Cie / Ex Nihilo in 2000, with whom he produced many (...)see more...
Graduating from HEC Paris (major in media, arts and creation) in 2007 and from the Atelier Ludwigsburd-Paris (Femis, Filmakademie Baden-Wurttemberg) in 2006, he dedicates the first years of his professional life to the production of films for television and cinema in organizations where he is in charge of development, production management, acquiring financing then in more administrative and financial positions (alongside Hind Saih, Tom Dercourt, then Jean-Pierre Ramsay-Levi) (...)see more...
After studying literature and cinema at the University of La Sorbonne, Leila Badet enters in 2007 the French National Audiovisual Institute (INA) and obtains a masters in TV production. After several experiences in development for different companies she joins Bellota films in 2011 where she is in now in charge of productions.see more...
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