|Poster||Title / Year||Pitch||Feature|
|Poster||Title / Year||Pitch||Feature|
|marathons extreme runners and fans of naturopathy take you around the world||1 film, duration 60 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|Happy Go Lucky|
|a single Dad and his daughters investigate on happiness after a breakup||1 series, episode of 26 minutes each, streaming online|
|a fruity+freeride adventure with fatbikes on Nicaragua's volcanos||1 film, running time 52 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|Mutation At The Summit|
|ascent and freeride down Svalbard's summit without legs...||1 film, running time 10 or 60 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|Winter Tyres Mandatory|
|riding a fatbike accross the Vercors range in winter pulling a sled||1 film, running time 35 or 60 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|in-depths with Grenoble's ultra-trail||1 film, running time 14 minutes, free access on the internet|
|running across the White Teeth mountain range in lightweight mode and autonomy||1 film, running time 60 or 26 minutes, broadcast on tv|
| The Tale Of Jack Frost|
|the making-of "71° Solitude North" shot, written and edited as a standalone adventure film about fatbiking and shooting films in the arctic cold||1 film, running time 22 or 35 minutes, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals worldwide|
|71° Solitude North|
|a lone woman skis across Lapland on her own, pulling a sled heavier than herself||1 film, running time 52 min, screened at festivals worldwide|
|ski adventure across the Jura Range as if it was the Far North||1 film, running time 52 or 26 min, broadcast on tv and screened at festivals|
|riding a tandem with 2 kids across the Spanish mountains to investigate on ecovillages||1 film, running time 60 min, screened at festivals worldwide|
|diary of a food transition towards raw veganism and portrait of a naturopath||1 film, running time 52 min, free broadcast on the web|
|One Step Aside|
|running across the Chartreuse mountain range outside of sing-posted paths and regular trails||1 film, running time 30 min, broadcast on TV and screened at festivals|
|No Man Iceland|
|across Iceland on a tandem with a baby, looking for the Queen of the Elves||1 film, running time 10 or 52 min, broadcast on TV & screened at festivals worldwide + a short documentary|
|The Big Detour|
|2.5 years around the world on a tandem||3 films, running time 52 min each, broadcast on TV & screened at festivals worldwide + numerous free videos and short documentaries|
The love for telling stories
Making films, writing books, indeed. But the essence of it really is for me to tell stories. Nice stories, surprising stories, funny stories, stories which make us think and contemplate. They compose a growing work whose main character is our world.
My films can be sorted out in a few categories. There are the pure Planète.D’s travel films – in those you meet Delphine and Damien and follow them along on their adventures; then I make films about my solo trips or about other travelers, explorers, adventurers; there also are free short documentaries about ngos and causes; you can finally find various free videos on this website.
I am not a major professional film maker and won’t boast it, but I’m dedicated, I have a knack for framing and story telling and a gift for choosing the right music. My films are colorful, funny and moving.
The audience puts it very simply: a Planète.D film is a merry cocktail of discovery, laughters, beauty and adventure.
How to make a living out of this all?
Well, we hope you’ll feel like ordering a DVD! To be honest, I work a (hell of a) lot and make about the minimum legal wage in France. Don’t get me wrong: I’m happy this way, I it, I have it. I just want it to last long! And that is made possible by selling my work, should it be through screenings, DVD or books sales, etc.