Inuit Lands The Melting Point at COP 21, Paris.

On December 1st, Inuit lands, The Melting Point opened the official film selection at COP 21 in Paris. At the end of the conference, 175 countries signed the Paris agreement, which – for the first time – brings all nations into a common cause to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change and adapt to its effects, with enhanced support to assist developing countries to do so.
Following several initiatives led by the UNDP, the COP 21 also saw “indigenous rights and priorities embedded throughout the Paris Agreement on Climate Change; a sea-change in public understanding of the role of indigenous  peoples in mitigating climate change.”

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Production Arqueologia, Havana, Cuba.

In June 2015, I traveled to Cuba to record, among other topics, visual materials for the project Arqueologia in collaboration with Atelier Morales based in Paris.

 The project Arqueologia is concerned with the subjects of memory of the architects devenus artists Juan luis Morales and Teresa Ayuso and architecture. (see


Avant Premiere of Inuit Lands, The Melting Point at the Europe-by-Europe Film Festival.

In March 2015, “Inuit Lands The Melting Point” was screened in Avant premiere and in its soft cut version at the Europe-by-Europe film Festival in Paris.
It was also acquired for distribution worldwide by INA in its 2 X 52’ versions.


Combined with a series of screenings, I also led a Master Class at the International Film & Television School in Paris.  (EICA)

High Train to Tibet at The Explorers Club.

High Train to Tibet was screened in Avant Premiere at the Explorers Club in NY ON February 24 2015 in the presence of its President at the time, Alan Nichols.

It was also acquired by INA for worldwide distribution, in its 52’ version.