Author & co-director since 2003. His films deal with societal issues relating to immigration but also to public health. His films are always related to a personal and lived story, which makes his messages fair and profound.
He was awarded the following prizes for the two main documentaries he has directed (with the director Denis Ramos): the Senate Award (2004) – Award winner of the Hewlett-Packard Foundation – Award winner of the Transdev Foundation – Fipatel Festival (2011) – Al Jazeera Festival (2011).
CINEDIA imagines, writes, produces and directs documentary films. This is a about cultural, social, environmental, health, economy-related topics… We position our cameras on the fringe of norms. We are personally involved in each topic that we film. We take part in the transition of our societies by informing about their transformation. We foster thinking that will lead to fairer relationships within society.
CINEDIA tackles real societal issues. We expose struggles against certain inequalities and fight against the stereotypical visions of our societies. We unveil meaningful alternatives that can lead to a world that has a greater sense of solidarity. We convey messages imbued with strong and positive human values at the service of the common good. Our trademark is to produce wholesome films.
CINEDIA‘s work is based on a contemporary and innovative aesthetic approach. We put our know-hows together to produce strong value added films. All our subjects are produced keeping in with state-of-the-art technical requirements regardless of who our target audience is.
The second reason has to do with the general public’s ignorance of orthomolecular medicine. Most medical professionals themselves don’t seem to be very aware of this discipline. Recent discoveries and historical progress however shed some light on the astonishing virtues of orthomolecular medicine. In fact, to our mind, the example of the use of vitamin C to fight against the greatest diseases of the century seems very revealing of this situation.