Cinekino is a documentary series about the tremendous diversity of European cinema. In 10 episodes of 26 minutes, the authors Jean Ollé-Laprune and Rainer Rother present the richness and celebrate the particularity of a shimmering, bubbling and nuanced cinema.
For the 60 years of the Treaty of Rome, this series by Laurent Heynemann and Matthias Luthard emerges as a necessary reminder that our Europe is not only economic or financial. In the absence of political unity, it can (and must) claim a cultural identity.
This series works wonderfully, unveiling small and big story of a cinema that we finally know quite little.
Four episodes are in production: France, Germany, Italy and Belgium. Six other nations will follow this year.
Written by : Jean Olé-Laprune and Rainer Rother
Directed by : Laurent Heynemann and Matthias Luthard
Co-production : Auditoire Idéale / Zero One Film / ARTE GEI
Produced by : Hélène Le Cœur / Anne-Claire Martin
Music composed by : Michel Duprez
Main theme performed by : Yves Gourmeur, Adrien Tyberghein and Michel Duprez
Music produced by : General Score, Paul Englebert
Associate production company : Images Création, Martine Barbé
Year of production : 2016-2017
Duration : 10 x 26 minutes