Credits

Authors

Authors

BLIES BROTHERS

Brothers Nicolas Blies and Stéphane Hueber-Blies are authors and a filmmaking duo. They started their career by writing and conceptualizing SOUNDHUNTERS for ARTE in 2015. The project is selected at the EUROPA Awards in Berlin, SXSW and the New York Film Festival in 2016, they won the 2015 FIPA Innovation Award and the International Courier Prize in 2016. With ZERO IMPUNITY in 2019 they are dealing with sexual violence in wartime. The film was presented in Work In Progress during the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in 2017. The digital and social impact part of the project won the 2017 FIPA d’Or and got a selection at the VISA D’OR information France TV. Supported by Dr. Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize 2018, the film premiered at Thessaloniki International Film Festival and is plan to be screen in many international festivals like the International Film Festival on Human Rights in Geneva (FIFDH). They are currently working on GHOSTDANCE, presented this year at CARTOON MOVIE, their first animated fiction film and a virtual reality film SHOCK THE MONKEY on the theme of the privatization of our imagination by the capitalist system.

Marion GUTH

Marion is the co-founder of a_BAHN, an audiovisual production company specializing in engaged and citizen films. EAVE’s European Producer Workshop alumni, she exclusively directs the activity of a_BAHN towards international productions. In charge of market / festival relationship and creative development, she encourages authors to go as far as possible in their vision and coordinates projects with partners. She also represents a_BAHN at the various bodies of which we are founding members (PXN in Paris) or member of the board (ULPA Luxembourg, Consultative Commission of the Ministry of Culture in Luxembourg).

BLIES BROTHERS

Brothers Nicolas Blies and Stéphane Hueber-Blies are authors and a filmmaking duo. They started their career by writing and conceptualizing SOUNDHUNTERS for ARTE in 2015. The project is selected at the EUROPA Awards in Berlin, SXSW and the New York Film Festival in 2016, they won the 2015 FIPA Innovation Award and the International Courier Prize in 2016. With ZERO IMPUNITY in 2019 they are dealing with sexual violence in wartime. The film was presented in Work In Progress during the Annecy International Animation Film Festival in 2017. The digital and social impact part of the project won the 2017 FIPA d’Or and got a selection at the VISA D’OR information France TV. Supported by Dr. Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize 2018, the film premiered at Thessaloniki International Film Festival and is plan to be screen in many international festivals like the International Film Festival on Human Rights in Geneva (FIFDH). They are currently working on GHOSTDANCE, presented this year at CARTOON MOVIE, their first animated fiction film and a virtual reality film SHOCK THE MONKEY on the theme of the privatization of our imagination by the capitalist system.

Marion GUTH

Marion is the co-founder of a_BAHN, an audiovisual production company specializing in engaged and citizen films. EAVE’s European Producer Workshop alumni, she exclusively directs the activity of a_BAHN towards international productions. In charge of market / festival relationship and creative development, she encourages authors to go as far as possible in their vision and coordinates projects with partners. She also represents a_BAHN at the various bodies of which we are founding members (PXN in Paris) or member of the board (ULPA Luxembourg, Consultative Commission of the Ministry of Culture in Luxembourg).

Artistic Collaboration

Artistic Collaboration

Olivier CROUZEL

Olivier Crouzel develops a practice between contemporary art and documentary form, mixing videos, photographs and installations. He uses video projection as a broadcasting device: the microphone becomes macro and the invisible, spectacular. It questions the evolution of landscapes, places and people. We discovered his work at the Montrouge Contemporary Art Fair, at the Nuit de l’instant in Marseille, at the PanOramas Biennale in Bordeaux, at the Nuit Blanche in Paris, at the National Museum of Prehistory of the Eyzies, at Night Blanche de Metz, at the Biomuseo of Panama City.

Denis LAMBERT

Though he originally trained as an illustrator, Denis Lambert has been working in animation since 1995. He started as a color designer, then moved on to working on layouts and then, subsequently, to storyboards. In recent years, he worked on Pinocchio by Enzo D’Alo with illustrations by Mattoti. At Studio 352, he has supervised storyboards and layouts for films including Ari Folman’s The Congress, Tomm Moore’s Song of the Sea, Nora Twomey’s The Breadwinner and Roger Mainwood’s Ethel and Ernest.

Olivier CROUZEL

Olivier Crouzel develops a practice between contemporary art and documentary form, mixing videos, photographs and installations. He uses video projection as a broadcasting device: the microphone becomes macro and the invisible, spectacular. It questions the evolution of landscapes, places and people. We discovered his work at the Montrouge Contemporary Art Fair, at the Nuit de l’instant in Marseille, at the PanOramas Biennale in Bordeaux, at the Nuit Blanche in Paris, at the National Museum of Prehistory of the Eyzies, at Night Blanche de Metz, at the Biomuseo of Panama City.

Denis LAMBERT

Though he originally trained as an illustrator, Denis Lambert has been working in animation since 1995. He started as a color designer, then moved on to working on layouts and then, subsequently, to storyboards. In recent years, he worked on Pinocchio by Enzo D’Alo with illustrations by Mattoti. At Studio 352, he has supervised storyboards and layouts for films including Ari Folman’s The Congress, Tomm Moore’s Song of the Sea, Nora Twomey’s The Breadwinner and Roger Mainwood’s Ethel and Ernest.

Journalists

Journalists

Leïla MINANO

Leïla Miñano is a journalist, member of the Youpress collective. She covered the Arab Spring on the ground, especially in Syria. She was noticed for a book co-written with Julia Pascal: La guerre invisible, révélations sur les violences sexuelles dans l’armée française (Les Arènes, 2014). She has just published a counter-inquiry into the capture of the city of Palmyra in Syria at Grasset.

Justine BRABANT

Justine Brabant is a French freelance journalist. Her recent work focuses on wars in the Central Africa. She published Qu’on nous laisse combattre et la guerre finira (Paris, La Découverte, 2016) about armed groups in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. She is a regular contributor to the website arretsurimages.net, specialized in media analysis.

Ilioné SCHULTZ

Journalist – director, Ilioné joined the Youpress collective in 2013 and collaborated with magazines (Paris Match, Néon…) but also with TV channels like Arte or France 24. She regularly visits Ukraine since the Maïdan revolution and covers more generally Eastern Europe.

Leïla MINANO

Leïla Miñano is a journalist, member of the Youpress collective. She covered the Arab Spring on the ground, especially in Syria. She was noticed for a book co-written with Julia Pascal: La guerre invisible, révélations sur les violences sexuelles dans l’armée française (Les Arènes, 2014). She has just published a counter-inquiry into the capture of the city of Palmyra in Syria at Grasset.

Justine BRABANT

Justine Brabant is a French freelance journalist. Her recent work focuses on wars in the Central Africa. She published Qu’on nous laisse combattre et la guerre finira (Paris, La Découverte, 2016) about armed groups in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. She is a regular contributor to the website arretsurimages.net, specialized in media analysis.

Ilioné SCHULTZ

Journalist – director, Ilioné joined the Youpress collective in 2013 and collaborated with magazines (Paris Match, Néon…) but also with TV channels like Arte or France 24. She regularly visits Ukraine since the Maïdan revolution and covers more generally Eastern Europe.

Hélène MOLINARI

Hélène Molinari is a French freelance journalist, working between France and Belgium. Her work focuses on cultural and political changes in society. She is a contributor to medias such as Médor, 24h01 or Numerama.com.

Sophie TARDY-JOUBERT

Sophie works as a freelance for print (XXI, Elle, Neon, Society) and on documentaries for television. She loves South America and everything that concerns law and justice. In 2012, she won the France Info-XXI report prize for a report on the Colombian armed conflict.

Delphine BAUER

Independent journalist for 9 years, Delphine reports in France as well as abroad (Uganda, Bosnia, Israel, India, South Africa…). She works on social issues, often about the rights of women and minorities, mostly for the French press. Delphine is part of the Youpress collective.

Hélène MOLINARI

Hélène Molinari is a French freelance journalist, working between France and Belgium. Her work focuses on cultural and political changes in society. She is a contributor to medias such as Médor, 24h01 or Numerama.com.

Sophie TARDY-JOUBERT

Sophie works as a freelance for print (XXI, Elle, Neon, Society) and on documentaries for television. She loves South America and everything that concerns law and justice. In 2012, she won the France Info-XXI report prize for a report on the Colombian armed conflict.

Delphine BAUER

Independent journalist for 9 years, Delphine reports in France as well as abroad (Uganda, Bosnia, Israel, India, South Africa…). She works on social issues, often about the rights of women and minorities, mostly for the French press. Delphine is part of the Youpress collective.

Anne-Laure PINEAU

As a freelance journalist, Anne-Laure Pineau collaborates with magazines (Néon, Paris Match or Elle). She regularly visits the South of the United States to work on various social or cultural issues.

Ariane PUCCINI

Ariane Puccini is co-founder and member of the Youpress collective. For the past 10 years, she has been reporting in France and abroad for the French, francophone and foreign press.

Cécile ANDRZEJEWSKI

Journalist editor since 2013, Cécile started as a freelance a year later. She collaborates mainly with French magazines (Paris Match, Le Parisien Magazine, Témoignage chrétien, Télérama…), not to mention its northern roots (La Voix du Nord). She has made numerous reports in Bosnia and Herzegovina, India and Cameroon and has recently focused herself on France.

Anne-L. PINEAU

As a freelance journalist, Anne-Laure Pineau collaborates with magazines (Néon, Paris Match or Elle). She regularly visits the South of the United States to work on various social or cultural issues.

Ariane PUCCINI

Ariane Puccini is co-founder and member of the Youpress collective. For the past 10 years, she has been reporting in France and abroad for the French, francophone and foreign press.

Cécile ANDRZEJEWSKI

Journalist editor since 2013, Cécile started as a freelance a year later. She collaborates mainly with French magazines (Paris Match, Le Parisien Magazine, Témoignage chrétien, Télérama…), not to mention its northern roots (La Voix du Nord). She has made numerous reports in Bosnia and Herzegovina, India and Cameroon and has recently focused herself on France.

They collaborated to the project

They collaborated to the project

Camille JOURDAN

Holder of a master’s degree in French-English journalism at the Sorbonne Nouvelle, Camille Jourdan is an independent journalist for web and print media. She deals mainly with social topics, from education to the world of work, through the collaborative economy.

Marie-Alix DÉTRIE

Marie-Alix Détrie is a just-graduated French and Irish freelance journalist and photographer. She has been working for French and German Media, co-created BIM magazine and produced a radio show in the outskirts of Marseille. She won first prize in the « 24 Hours Photomarathon » in Berlin (2015).

Julia SIRIEIX

Julia Sirieix is a second year student of journalism at the IUT of Lannion. At 18, she is passionate about Youtube culture, feminism, activism and queer culture.

C. JOURDAN

Holder of a master’s degree in French-English journalism at the Sorbonne Nouvelle, Camille Jourdan is an independent journalist for web and print media. She deals mainly with social topics, from education to the world of work, through the collaborative economy.

Marie-Alix DÉTRIE

Marie-Alix Détrie is a just-graduated French and Irish freelance journalist and photographer. She has been working for French and German Media, co-created BIM magazine and produced a radio show in the outskirts of Marseille. She won first prize in the « 24 Hours Photomarathon » in Berlin (2015).

Julia SIRIEIX

Julia Sirieix is a second year student of journalism at the IUT of Lannion. At 18, she is passionate about Youtube culture, feminism, activism and queer culture.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

a_BAHN

a_BAHN is a social impact production company dedicated to activist, militant and artistic contents mixing the traditional world of film with new media. All our projects are built around the passion of the speech. If sometimes our media are independent they often become entangled, meet, feed each other, to love in a narrative that overlaps and blends perfectly. The civic dimension and commitment of our projects is also our DNA. While some make tools, though some focus on the profitability of the project, we decided to work for change. Tools are to be sold and generate money. Change is meant to pass on and then to spread. More than money, it generates social cohesion. We deliberately chose a strong and uncompromising editorial. An editorial productions built around engaged and committed writers. Do not get trapped, free speech. Boldness as key word. a_BAHN receives support from FilmFund Luxembourg and the CNC, but also TV channels such as ARTE, SWR, France Télévisions and international and regional funds such as PICTANOVO or WALLIMAGE. Our films are regurlarly rewarded and selected internationally.

www.a-bahn.com

Camera Talk

Transmedia production company created by François Le Gall, focused on new narratives with a strong documentary, artistic & interactive slant. Camera Talk Productions supports authors & filmmakers to produce interactive stories for web, TV or mobile since 2010. Founding member of PXN think tank (Producteurs d’eXpériences Numériques / Paris).

Awarded projects: Soundhunters (Arte / FIPA d’Or at the Sm@rt FIPA 2015), DIG IT! (Arte / Official selection Liège WebFest 2016), Comme des Bêtes (France Télévisions / Official selection FIFE 2015), Défense d’Afficher (France Télévisions / Best webdocumentary RFI/France24 2012 at Visa pour l’Image)

Melusine

Created in 1998 by Stéphan Roelants, Melusine Productions is focused on developing and producing animation movies and TV shows, documentaries and live action movies with a constant search for quality. Among those, the worldwide acclaimed, Panique au Village, Ernest and Celestine or Song of the Sea, all awarded by many prizes, selections and Oscar nominated. Up till today Melusine is continuing to produce with a rigourous editorial line movies like The Breadwinner or Kensuke Kingdom.

a_BAHN

a_BAHN is a social impact production company dedicated to activist, militant and artistic contents mixing the traditional world of film with new media. All our projects are built around the passion of the speech. If sometimes our media are independent they often become entangled, meet, feed each other, to love in a narrative that overlaps and blends perfectly. The civic dimension and commitment of our projects is also our DNA. While some make tools, though some focus on the profitability of the project, we decided to work for change. Tools are to be sold and generate money. Change is meant to pass on and then to spread. More than money, it generates social cohesion. We deliberately chose a strong and uncompromising editorial. An editorial productions built around engaged and committed writers. Do not get trapped, free speech. Boldness as key word. a_BAHN receives support from FilmFund Luxembourg and the CNC, but also TV channels such as ARTE, SWR, France Télévisions and international and regional funds such as PICTANOVO or WALLIMAGE. Our films are regurlarly rewarded and selected internationally.

www.a-bahn.com

Camera Talk

Transmedia production company created by François Le Gall, focused on new narratives with a strong documentary, artistic & interactive slant. Camera Talk Productions supports authors & filmmakers to produce interactive stories for web, TV or mobile since 2010. Founding member of PXN think tank (Producteurs d’eXpériences Numériques / Paris).

Awarded projects: Soundhunters (Arte / FIPA d’Or at the Sm@rt FIPA 2015), DIG IT! (Arte / Official selection Liège WebFest 2016), Comme des Bêtes (France Télévisions / Official selection FIFE 2015), Défense d’Afficher (France Télévisions / Best webdocumentary RFI/France24 2012 at Visa pour l’Image)

Melusine

Created in 1998 by Stéphan Roelants, Melusine Productions is focused on developing and producing animation movies and TV shows, documentaries and live action movies with a constant search for quality. Among those, the worldwide acclaimed, Panique au Village, Ernest and Celestine or Song of the Sea, all awarded by many prizes, selections and Oscar nominated. Up till today Melusine is continuing to produce with a rigourous editorial line movies like The Breadwinner or Kensuke Kingdom.

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

Webspider

Webspider produces movies and interactive content that tell today’s society.

Webspider

Webspider produces movies and interactive content that tell today’s society.

zeroimpunity.com

zeroimpunity.com

Graphic Design

Brigitte NATAÏ
labrigitterie.com

Illustrations

Damien ROUDEAU

Investigative report translations

Brenna DALDORPH

Graphic Design

Brigitte NATAÏ
labrigitterie.com

Illustrations

Damien ROUDEAU

Investigative report translations

Brenna DALDORPH

VIRTUAL MARCH

VIRTUAL MARCH

Conception &
Project Management

Florent MAURIN
The Pixel Hunt

3D Graphics / Animation

Alexandre GRILLETA

Development

Kévin BRADSHAW

Conception &
Project Management

Florent MAURIN
The Pixel Hunt

3D Graphics / Animation

Alexandre GRILLETA

Development

Kévin BRADSHAW

TRANSMEDIA PRODUCTION

TRANSMEDIA PRODUCTION

Producers

Marion GUTH
François LE GALL
Nicolas BLIES
Stéphane HUEBER-BLIES

a_BAHN Team

Inna YAREMENKO-BLIES

Production administrator

Djima GANA (Luxembourg)
Emargence – Jonathan HOSTE (France)

Producers

Marion GUTH
François LE GALL
Nicolas BLIES
Stéphane HUEBER-BLIES

a_BAHN Team

Inna YAREMENKO-BLIES

Production administrator

Djima GANA (Luxembourg)
Emargence – Jonathan HOSTE (France)

Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements


François Bonnet et Donatien Huet (Mediapart) | Chiara Nielsen et Giovanni De Mauro (Internazionale) | Manuel Rico et Mariola Moreno (InfoLibre) | Annika Joeres (Correktiv.org) | Jacques Hillion (Le jeudi) | Ali Amar (LeDesk) | Sana Sbouai (Inkyfada) | Karam Nashar (Al-Jumhuriya) | Nathalie Galesne (BabelMed) | Nahla Chahal (Asafir Arabi) | Alain Gresh (OrientXXI) | Sarah Durieux, Benjamin des Gachons, Joséphine Gavignet et Aminata Dembélé (Change.org) | Jean-Baptiste Paulhet et Isabelle Chebat (FIDH) | Guy Daleiden, Karin Schockweiler, Norbert Laporte, Jean-Louis Scheffen, Françoise Lentz, Nicolas Jans, Sébastien Tasch, Peter Brown, Phung Nguyen, Rachel Schmid, Boyd Van Hoeij, Carole Kremer (FilmFund Luxembourg) | Pauline Augrain, Anna Charrière et Nicolas Lopez (CNC) | Heidi Gronauer, Sabine Bubeck-Paaz, Thomas Righetti et tous les participants de ESODOC 2016 | Sylvie El-Assayag et Quentin Dallemagne (Cofiloisirs) | Bruno Smadja et Elie Levasseur (Cross Video Days) | Olivier Crouzel | Aisling Martin |


François Bonnet et Donatien Huet (Mediapart) | Chiara Nielsen et Giovanni De Mauro (Internazionale) | Manuel Rico et Mariola Moreno (InfoLibre) | Annika Joeres (Correktiv.org) | Jacques Hillion (Le jeudi) | Ali Amar (LeDesk) | Sana Sbouai (Inkyfada) | Karam Nashar (Al-Jumhuriya) | Nathalie Galesne (BabelMed) | Nahla Chahal (Asafir Arabi) | Alain Gresh (OrientXXI) | Sarah Durieux, Benjamin des Gachons, Joséphine Gavignet et Aminata Dembélé (Change.org) | Jean-Baptiste Paulhet et Isabelle Chebat (FIDH) | Guy Daleiden, Karin Schockweiler, Norbert Laporte, Jean-Louis Scheffen, Françoise Lentz, Nicolas Jans, Sébastien Tasch, Peter Brown, Phung Nguyen, Rachel Schmid, Boyd Van Hoeij, Carole Kremer (FilmFund Luxembourg) | Pauline Augrain, Anna Charrière et Nicolas Lopez (CNC) | Heidi Gronauer, Sabine Bubeck-Paaz, Thomas Righetti et tous les participants de ESODOC 2016 | Sylvie El-Assayag et Quentin Dallemagne (Cofiloisirs) | Bruno Smadja et Elie Levasseur (Cross Video Days) | Olivier Crouzel | Aisling Martin |

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