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This box set brings together a collection of remarkable works by the acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nicolas Philibert. This box set brings together a collection of remarkable works by the acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nicolas Philibert.
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This box set brings together a collection of remarkable works by the acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nicolas Philibert.

Nénette
- Born in the jungles of Borneo forty years ago, Nénette the orangutan is now the most senior inhabitant of the world’s oldest zoo. In this awe-inspiring, tender and funny film, we observe Nénette’s daily life and eavesdrop on the conversations of her many visitors.
France 2010/ 68 mins approx

Être et Avoir
- This charming and intimate portrait of a single-class primary school in rural France and its inspirational teacher offers a touching and absorbing look at the heart of a village community.
France 2002/100 minutes

La Ville Louvre
- This spellbinding behind-the-scenes look at the world's greatest art museum reveals a secret world of private chambers, miles of underground passages and vast reserves containing thousands of priceless paintings, sculptures and objects.
France 1990/84 minutes

Animals
- The Zoology Gallery of the National Natural History Museum was renovated in the early nineties after being closed to the public for a quarter of a century. This strange and fascinating film charts the resurrection of hundreds of stuffed animals from their forgotten twilight zone.
France 1994/59 mins. appox.

Back to Normandy
- Over thirty years ago, Nicolas Philibert worked as an assistant to film director René Allio on a movie version of an influential book compiled by Michel Foucault. Philibert returns to the old locations to reminisce with the now middle-aged or elderly actors about the way it affected their lives.
France 2007/113 mins. approx.

This box set brings together a collection of remarkable works by the acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nicolas Philibert.

Nénette
- Born in the jungles of Borneo forty years ago, Nénette the orangutan is now the most senior inhabitant of the world’s oldest zoo. In this awe-inspiring, tender and funny film, we observe Nénette’s daily life and eavesdrop on the conversations of her many visitors.
France 2010/ 68 mins approx

Être et Avoir
- This charming and intimate portrait of a single-class primary school in rural France and its inspirational teacher offers a touching and absorbing look at the heart of a village community.
France 2002/100 minutes

La Ville Louvre
- This spellbinding behind-the-scenes look at the world's greatest art museum reveals a secret world of private chambers, miles of underground passages and vast reserves containing thousands of priceless paintings, sculptures and objects.
France 1990/84 minutes

Animals
- The Zoology Gallery of the National Natural History Museum was renovated in the early nineties after being closed to the public for a quarter of a century. This strange and fascinating film charts the resurrection of hundreds of stuffed animals from their forgotten twilight zone.
France 1994/59 mins. appox.

Back to Normandy
- Over thirty years ago, Nicolas Philibert worked as an assistant to film director René Allio on a movie version of an influential book compiled by Michel Foucault. Philibert returns to the old locations to reminisce with the now middle-aged or elderly actors about the way it affected their lives.
France 2007/113 mins. approx.

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SKU 5021866527307
Catalogue Number ART527DVD
Product contents 4 discs
Year 2010
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Artificial Eye
Countries France
Aspect ratio 16:9
Colour Colour
Sound Dolby Digitial 2.0
Subtitles English
Language(s) French
DVD region 2
Certificate 12

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