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'NIGTHFALL ON THE MANIQ'

Patrick BERTHREU


 
 
 
 
 
 
'AU CLAIR DE LA RUE, the homeless choir'

photographs : Jérémie LUSSEAU



'OBJECTIF VIEILLESSE'
9 views of the elderly, in France

photographs :
Sophie Bachelier - Hervé Baudat - Amélie Benoist
Didier Carluccio - Pierre Faure - Franck Ferville
Philippe Truquin - Valérie Villieu - Laurence Von Der Weid



'Unaccompanied Foreign Minors in Paris'

photographs : Aurélie LECARPENTIER



'AN ALTERNATIVE REALITY'

photographs : Thomas GIRONDEL



'BLACK HELL'

photographs : Valérie LEONARD



'DERELICT DAYS'

photographs : Estelle SCHNELLMANN



'MADE IN BANGLADESH'
photographs : Jules TOULET



‘TEENAGE MOTHERS’
photographs : Viviane DALLES



'PEOPLE OF THE LAND'
photographs : Michèle MISAN



''TOGETHER''
photographs : Alexandra BELLAMY



CHIAPAS - The Zapatista insurrection in Mexico
photographs : Mat JACOB



''FROM SHADOW TO LIGHT''
photographs : Luigi FRANCESCON



IDOMENI - A CHILDHOOD IN THE CAMPS
photographs : Cyrille BERNON



LAST LOVE
photographs : Yaroslava TARASOVA



''SURVIVANCE''
photographs : Denis PAILLARD



ARAKAN - Burma
photographs : Pascaline AUMOND



LOST IN LIMBO
photographs : Jeremias GONZALEZ



YUMEN - FUTURE OF A GHOST CITY
photographs : Corinne ROZOTTE



PERSECUTION OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN UGANDA
photographs : Bénédicte DESRUS



''A FARM UNLIKE ANY OTHER''
photographs : Christophe GILLOT



JUST LIKE ANYONE ELSE
''A blind person is a human being. Look on him as a human being and not as someone with a handicap'' P.R.

photographs : Jean GARCIA




SIGNOS:
A re-telling of resilience after the strongest storm to Philippines

photographs : Veejay VILLAFRANCA




IQRIT, GOING BACK HOME

photographs : Constance DECORDE




FINAL DAYS IN THE COUNTRY

photographs : Franck FERVILLE




AUROVILLE: Utopia in transition

photographs : Benjamin LARDERET




CADA: A reception centre for asylum seekers

photographs : Didier VANDON




« MAYBE IT WILL BE THE END OF SUFFERING »

photographs : Jérémy SAINT-PEYRE




DAMIEN’S PARADISE
photographs : Véronik FRUCHARD



THE WALL AND THE FEAR
photographs : Gael TURINE



PHOTOGRAPHING WORDS
photographs : Caroline FEYT



THE VILLAGE OF THE HOMELESS
photographs : Cyril MARCILHACY




CUBA - You have to keep fighting

photographs : Jean GARCIA



POZITIF
Encounter with a reality in Mauritius

photographs : Vera FON SING

 World AIDS Day, December 1st

This collection enlightens some of the portraits and key words of the testimonies presented in a book, bilingual French/Creole.

The book POZITIF is available for sale. Contact: pozitivera@gmail.com 
All profits will benefit local awareness programs dedicated to HIV in
Mauritius.




INCONVENIENT NUDES
photographs : Jérôme DEYA



ISRAELI, THEY REFUSE TO CARRY WEAPONS
photographs : Martin BARZILAI



END OF LIFE: LIFE UP TO THE END
photographs : Samir BELKAID




PARADISE LOST

photographs : Frederic MERY POPLIMONT

« Flee from war in Syria to reach the Iraqi Kurdistan... »




DEFORESTATION IN CAMBODIA
photographs : Wilfried GUYOT


The 2012 murder of the militant ecologist Chut Vuty, who brought the on-going deforestation to light, will go unpunished.  It seems difficult to solve the equation between economic progress and sustainable development: the government and major industries are to blame. 
On the ground, however, the trees are still being felled.




THE REFUGE
photographs : Pierre FAURE



ABKHAZIA TURNS TWENTY
photographs : Guillaume POLI



LOANS ONLY FOR WOMEN
photographs : Michel MONTEAUX



FACELESS
photographs : MYLENE ZIZZO



LOVERS IN BEIJING
photographs : Cédric SPILTHOOREN



MALU
photographs : Fabrice LEROUX



LIVING AMONGST THE ROMS
photographs : Yann MERLIN



STÉPHANE, a shooting star
photographs : Michel DESAISSEMENT



AFGHAN DREAM
The urban middle class in Kabul

photographs : Sandra CALLIGARO



GREEN WALL
photographs : Julien COQUENTIN



RIO, RECYCLING THE RECYCLERS
photographs : Marie-Noëlle BERTRAND



FOR A BETTER LIFE
photographs : Gérald BLONCOURT



THE BISHNOIS
photographs : Franck VOGEL
Ecologists since the 15th century


THE OTHER WAR
photographs : Miquel DEWEVER-PLANA



A ROOF OVER YOUR HEAD
photographs : Jean-Louis COURTINAT



TERRA NULLIUS
photographs : Viviane DALLES



GAZA’S FISHERMEN
photographs : Yann RENOULT

July / August 2012




END OF EUROPE IN CEUTA
photographs : Arno BRIGNON



« MUNYAL » (Patience)
You can’t eat culture

photographs : Yvan GHERMAN

This documentary was made between 2006 and 2010, with the support of
the following partners: Fondation de France, Mairie de Paris, DRDJS, Crédit Mutuel,
Kodak and Survival.




NUNS AND RESITANT FIGHTERS
photographs : Olivier ADAM



MANY STATISTICS, ONE FACE!
photographs : Bertrand GAUDILLÈRE



CHILDS-WITCHES OK KINSHASA
photographs : Gwenn DUBOURTHOUMIEU



A day with MS
photographs : Stéphane DUBROMEL



DROITS DE REGARDS - AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL AND ITS PHOTOGRAPHERS
photographs : COLLECTIF de Photographes



IN THE SHADOW (OF STEPS) LOST
photographs : Philippe LAROUDIE



BACK YARD WOMEN
photographs : Martina BACIGALUPO



STORIES OF AFRICAN POLYGAMY
photographs : Frédérique JOUVAL



AFRICA - AMERICA
photographs : Philippe GUIONIE



Street child, where do you come from ?
photographs : Nadège GAILLARD



HOMELESSHELTER OF WEIMAR
photographs : Nathalie MOHADJER



ALBINO KILLINGS IN TANZANIA
photographs : Franck VOGEL



QUICK MONEY
photographs : Elisabeth COSIMI
Trade in Nigerian women on the roads of Naples.


WHAT LIVES!
photographs : Olivier PASQUIERS



TB Behind Bars
photographs : William DANIELS



OUT OF SIGHT
photographs : Thomas LOUAPRE



THE CITY OF ATHENS
photographs : Jonnek JONNEKSSON



THE OYAPOCK RIVER BRIDGE
photographs : Christophe GIN



CHILDREN BEHIND BARS
photographs : Lizzie SADIN



DOWN & OUT
photographs : Loic DELVAULX



« GYPSY RESISTANCE »
photographs : Antoine DURAND



« PROSTITUTES OF EUROPE »
photographs : Mathilde BOUVARD
A different take on prostitution


« alles wird gut »
(everything's gonna be fine)

photographs : Katrin JAKOBSEN



VETERANS GARDEN
photographs : Mathieu GRANDJEAN



HIV POSITIV
LIVING WITH AIDS

photographs : Virginie de GALZAIN



THE LAW OF SILENCE IS WEAKENING
photographs : Marc-André PAUZÉ



NORD KIVU,
15 years of war

photographs : Samuel TURPIN
RDC – Democratic Republic of Congo  
2004 / 2008



DADAAB
The biggest refugee camp in the world

photographs : Jean-Christophe HANCHÉ



CEAUCESCAU’S ORPHANS
20 years on

photographs : Elisabeth BLANCHET



CONTINENTAL CLAIROIX
son of a struggle

photographs : Stéphane DUBROMEL



BUENAVENTURA, a silent violence
photographs : Clement SACCOMANI



UMUGUDU,
a Rwandan Family

photographs : Yann CASTANIER



SANGATTE:
Migrants in CALAIS

photographs : Jean-Christophe HANCHÉ



TO CHANGE MUMBAY
IN A NEW SHANGHAI

photographs : Laetitia DUPIN

INDIA – 2008
The poorest people’s fate




- CHRISTINE
Her life in the street
and men

photographs : Léa HAMOIGNON



ACCEPTANCE
photographs : Elisabeth SCHNEIDER
Multiple sclerosis is a neurological degenerative disease. It causes troubles with the conduction of nerve impulse.


PLASTIC PRISON
in Andalusia

photographs : Christophe CHAMMARTIN



AFGHAN HEROIN ADDICTS
photographs : Sandra CALLIGARO



CURSE OF THE BLACK GOLD
photographs : Ed KASHI



BAD AIR
photographs : William DANIELS



BURMA:
1- PEOPLE’S DESIRE
2- RESISTING TO CENSORSHIP AND PROPAGANDA

photographs : Grégory COHEN

Two photo stories by Manon OTT and  Grégory COHEN




TRAFFIC
photographs : Laurent VAUTRIN
Organ transplantation is now part of our daily lives. Made possible by the development in the 1980’s of cyclosporin, a revolutionary antireject drug that allows patients in desperate situations to live. Unfortunately, the shortage of organs makes unnecessary what science has made possible. Thus, the desperation of patients meets the despair caused by poverty. The organ trafficking was born of this meeting.



Three weeks in Mosul with the Iraqi army
photographs : Edouard BEAU



BURNED LIVES
photographs : David SEPEAU



NORTH KOREAN WOMEN FOR SALE
photographs : Georges DAYAN



THE BURIED TRUTH
Guatemala, the unknown genocide

photographs : Miquel DEWEVER-PLANA



P.F.
Perforation by Firearms

photographs : Aude CHEVALIER-BEAUMEL



Burmese immigrants in Thailand
photographs : John HULME



Behind the scenery: The workers of the Bund
photographs : Boris SVARTZMAN



Missing persons and their families
photographs : Ferdi LIMANI



Prisons interior side
photographs : Michel LE MOINE



THE RESISTANCE OF THE MAPUCHE
photographs : Fred JACQUEMOT



Léa and Sudkiya
photographs : Tomer APPELBAUM



DARFUR
photographs : Stéphanie RIVOAL



Aging in America
photographs : Ed KASHI



Shanghai's Mingong
photographs : Pierre HENNIQUANT



T R A C E S
photographs : Guia BESANA



Kathmandu Nutritional Home
photographs : Heather ELDER



Precocious weddings of young girls in Ethiopia
photographs : Lizzie SADIN
They steal their childhood, their dreams, their sex, and their bodies.Mutilated by the destiny, these young girls are only able to rely on local organizations for inform or assist them and … to the power of the patriarchal traditions. The UNICEF’s prevention campaigns are in the first beginning. Meanwhile, thousands of young women are buried in a marriage that escape from their hands, but from which they cannot escape!


SLAVES IN HEAVEN
photographs : Celine ANAYA GAUTIER



Ghost Children
photographs : Celine ANAYA GAUTIER
Dominican Republic - 2005


Ala Kachuu
photographs : Frances DAL CHELE
Bride snatching


A unique old people home
photographs : Fatima ROCHA PERINI



CARTONERAS
photographs : Brenda HOFFMAN
Portraits of women in Argentine today


CELEBRATION
photographs : Pascale PRESSICAUD



SAMU
photographs : Synchro-X THÉO
The French emergency medical aid service


IS THIS THE WAY WOMEN LIVE?
photographs : Lizzie SADIN
Domestic violence, physically abused women in France


Elderly patients with Alzheimer's disease
photographs : Jean-Louis COURTINAT