Catégorie(s) Big Doc
Format 51' – Documentaire - Découverte
Eric Longsworth walked 400 kilometers on the Huguenot Trail, his cello on his back as a backpack. From Poët-Laval in the Drôme region to Geneva in Switzerland, after walking 20 to 30 km every day, Eric hosted a musical gathering every evening to which he invited other artists and people from all walks of life to join him and share a moment of music, discussions and experiences. Music as means of exploring the world, a universal language that allows for dialogue and meeting across borders.
An artistic and humanistic adventure which echoes the critical situation of refugees arriving today in Europe, and the history of French Protestants forced to leave their country 300 years ago.
© 2018 – Passé Minuit en Accords / Big Company Prod
Réalisé par – directed by Romain Saudubois
Ecrit par – written by Romain Saudubois & Eric Longsworth
Musique de – music by Eric Longsworth
Une coproduction – a coproduction by Passé Minuit en Accords & Les Films de la Découverte
Avec le soutien de – with the support of
Fonds Européen Agricole pour le développement Rural (FEADER), L’Europe s’engage en Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Programme LEADER, GAL Portes de Provence, Département de la Drôme, Canton de Grignan, Communauté d’Agglomération Valence Romans, Communauté de Communes de Dieulefit , Commune de Chantemerle lès Grignan, Financement participatif, Big Company