Films promotionnels

Técia Pépin : la conseillère volante

Capsule de présentation de service pour Técia Pépin, conseillère en communication.

RUNFASTER : Yves et Baptiste réalisent leurs objectifs avec RunFaster (6’22 »)

Kate & Jordan reach their goals with RunFaster (3’46 »)


Caritas International (Belgian branch of Caritas Internationalis) sent me to Niger in May 2010 to document their food sustainability programme. The outcome was a 20 minutes documentary cut into 4 chapters that can be viewed individually on YouTube, and a short clip for their September fund raising campaign (in French).

The film is presented on the Caritas website and can be viewed on Youtube:

  • Part 1: Genèse d’un projet de sécurité alimentaire
  • Part 2: Améliorer la production agricole et pastorale
  • Part 3: Améliorer la disponibilité et l’accès aux vivres
  • Part 4: Bilans et perspectives

League of Historical and Accessible Cities

Foundations with accessibility support programmes from several European countries met in Turin, Italy on 16 and 17 June 2011. I filmed interviews of 8 participants commissioned by the European Foundation Centre (EFC).

Watch one of the interviews here.
Here’s the page on the EFC website embedding all interviews.



NOC Design: “Are you in touch with Nature?” (2011)

Commercial film for Noc Design, a Canadian leatherwork company. Presentation of one of their products. Filmed in London.

Watch it here:

Communauto: How does it work? (2008)

Training film for the new members of the carsharing service called Communauto (Montreal, Canada). Film made in July 2008, still shown today to all new adhering members.

The film exists in two versions: French and English.

You may watch it along with other films I made for Communauto by following this link:

Coming Home to Europe (2004)

Short introductory films about Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

On the eve of the welcoming 10 new countries by the European Union, in May 2004, I was commissioned by the European Movement in collaboration with Morris & Chapman to make documentary films about these new EU member states. The series was published on a DVD called Coming Home to Europe and were also viewable on the European Movement website. They are no more on line so I uploaded a few of them here as a part of my portfolio:

During 28 days, I travelled from Estonia to Slovenia and visited Malta and Cyprus separately to collect footage and interviews about each country.