Feature film • 80 minutes
Author : Pierre Filmon
Direction : Pierre Filmon
Production : Almano Film, Prodigima & Le Studio Orlando

With Laëtitia Eïdo, Pierre Rochefort, Ronald Guttman & Estéban


Nine years ago, they had a brief love affair.
Today, they cross each other on a station platform, between two trains. He arrives, she leaves. They have eighty minutes to take stock of their lives, face to face with their truths and memories. This is their last chance.


Short fiction film • 26 minutes
Author : Fairouz M’Silti
Direction : Fairouz M’Silti
Production : Vagabundo Films & Prodigima


Anouk, an extroverted actress with an assertive character who does not meet with the success that she deems to be her right; and Sima, a reserved and pious student, and a practicing Muslim, are nearby but have nothing in common. Except for the worship they both do without their knowledge to pop star Beanie Sparks …


Short fiction film • 20 minutes
Author : Frédéric Duvin
Production : Vagabundo Films & Prodigima

In development

Milo, 14, lives with his grandmother and sees his mother, suffering from psychic disorders, only from time to time. This Sunday, Milo is happy because they have to spend the afternoon together. But he does not know yet that this day will not look like any other.


Feature film • 90 minutes
Authors : David Marty – Bénédicte Froger-Deslis
Production : Prodigima

In developpement

Born in Kabylie in 1932, Fatima arrived in France at the age of 23, fleeing the war ahead, with her husband Saïd and her granddaughter, Zineb. Far from her native land, without speaking the language, she discovers a new life of which she learns to decipher the codes, in spite of the thorny context of the sixties. Encouraged by Said’s protective support and the kindness of her new surroundings, Fatima breaks through the obstacles with the grace of a gazelle, with courage and confidence. With her husband, she builds the foundations of a family based on solidarity, respect and integration.

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This positive film unfolds the life of Fatima like a Berber carpet, like the making of a burnous. It is a true hymn of love to France, posed by the look of a woman, through a passage of French history still little treated in the cinema. At the moment of current debates on immigration, ‘a Kabyle’ is a message of hope to all those who are entering a new turn away from their native land.

Fatima Ait-Yahia
Fatima lives in Malakoff, surrounded by her children and grandchildren. Originally Kabyle, she never denied her roots. ‘A Kabyle’ is his story, his life.

‘A Kabyle’, the book
A Kabyle is first of all a life but it is also a book, extracted from the memories of Fatima and the pen of Bénédicte. A book from the collection ‘Roots’ dedicated to the memory and the life-coaches of the editions ‘Les lettres speckled’.

Bénédicte Froger-Deslis
Bénédicte is a harvester of words. The book ‘A Kabyle’ is his second biography. Novelist, she publishes three novels, the third, ‘The street is my kingdom’ was published by the editions ‘Letters Mouchetées’ in 2016. Cinephile, she learns the script of film script and co-authored with Nicolas Baby the script of the movie ‘A Kabyle’.



Series • 6 x 43 min
Authors : Simon Grass, Hervé Hiolle, Uriel Zylberman
Production : Prodigima

In development

Face B tells us the story of Joachim. But like any mixtape, a story often has two sides.
Face A: 1999, Joachim with the carefreeness of his 17 years dream of becoming a rapper. His talent and character will lead him to glory and his downfall.

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Face B: 2018. Joachim is now a single father, who has two jobs to ensure the education of his 17-year-old daughter. He thought he was done with rap, but fate decided otherwise. Face B is the story of a comeback! A fiction in times crossed that sweep the history of French HIP HOP from the 90s to the present day. Difficulties encountered in this milieu to break through, from the underground scene to labels that sparkle beautiful contracts.
FACE B is the story of a rapper’s life. The music of the series will be written by the artist Rocé.



Short fiction film • 6 min 30 secondes
Direction : Noémie Phillipson
Production : Prodigima


Jo is sitting at a fruit display on the side of a country road. He’s fed up. He looks at the sun, then at his watch. He looks at the ground, the flies, the fruits.
He looks away, along the road, and sees a man sitting on a bench: Felix, looking at his watch. Jo looks at him for a long time.
Felix gets up and does the 100 steps, sits down, he rolls a cigarette …


Musical movie
Direction : Noémie Phillipson & Marie Pons
Production : Prodigima


Dawn. People dance between trees.
Who are these people ? One of them, among the others, what has he to tell?
In the lines of nature and the city, there are spaces and temporalities to surpass.
In the soft morning light, seven bodies tell a story that comes to life in the calm of the forest. A danced parenthesis, where time stretches to the rhythm of David Authié’s voice and guitar riffs

Piece pour 3 personnages

Short fiction film • 20 min
Writing & Direction : Julie Cail
Production : Prodigima


1930. A match seller finds himself stuck in a cellar with two thugs who ignore his presence and count a fresh booty. But the sharing goes wrong: the band leader wants to give himself a more important part … While the boy, under the table, crusts with greediness in his apple, the men kill each other. The boy, finishing his apple, takes a handful of bills and goes back to the street.

Post mortem

Short fiction film • 12 min
Writing & Direction : Pierre-Jean Carrascosa
Production : Prodigima


Vincent, unhappy, in his thirties, commits suicide. He is buried far from everything.
He wakes up in a hospital room. Two men, bearing the marks of death, lead him to meet Mr. Lemarchand. The latter is working hard to find him a post-mortem job.
Vincent finds himself forced to mechanically process an infinity of documents. Driven again by despair, he still tries to flee and re-attempts to commit suicide.
Only … he’s already dead.



Short fiction film • 52 x 1 minute
Direction : Robin Barrière
Production : Prodigima

In development

In the world, each country lists thousands of expressions, impregnated in everyday life and metaphorically expressing definitions as funny as playful.

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The French language, meanwhile, has more than 4000. “Minute Literal” is a short program of a minute that allows playful, humorous and aesthetic, play and discover language expressions to a very wide audience, in a dreamlike and fantastic universe. The voiceover then invites the viewer to find the 4 expressions taken “literally” After 25 seconds during which the viewer searches the expressions, the curtain rises and the answers are finally given. This short program offers space for a short time, a family moment and playful and adaptable to all countries!



Ne laisse jamais la baraque

With the support of the Occitan Region, the National Center for Cinema and Animated Image, the Procirep – Producers’ Society, ANGOA, Gindou Cinema and SACEM

Documentary • 52 minutes
Direction : Vladimir Kozlov
Production : Prodigima – France Télévisions


Jean Durozier (1922-2011), creator of the Théâtre Populaire en Occitanie (T.P.O) in 1966, was the “last dinosaur” of five generations of French traveling theater actors. It was he who, in the 1990s, welcomed the author of this film in the T.P.O and brought him on stage.

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Just arrived from Russia, Vladimir Kozlov discovered a humanistic, family and friendly spirit.
While since 2002 many reforms have threatened the future of small companies, this film pays tribute to one of the last traveling theater companies of the South West and its founder, while drawing a current state of play on the intermittency and theatrical culture in France.


Dans le ventre de Toulouse

Documentary • 43 minutes
Distributors : ARTE, RAI1, ZDF
Direction :  Stefano Tealdi & Nicolas Baby
Production : Stefilm – Prodigima


Markets are teeming with the cities, concentrating all the character and history of a region. Today, visit Victor Hugo’s covered market in Toulouse, full of regional specialties: Bigorre black pork ham, Toulouse sausage, duck confit, fresh black truffles and Rocamadour …

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In the heart of the Midi-Pyrénées region, Toulouse is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, whose history is inseparable from its extraordinary culinary culture. Many typical dishes, served in restaurants around the world, have been created there. In this paradise for gourmets and gourmands, the best of regional gastronomy is at the Victor Hugo covered market: Bigorre black pork ham, Toulouse sausage, duck confit, fresh black truffles and Rocamadour …


Le livre de l’enfance

Documentary • 52 minutes
Direction : Alex Ferrini – André Stern
Production : Prodigima

In development

Youth is a state of mind, an emotional intensity, a flame that is present in us and just waiting to grow. While the world is constantly changing, the school, despite the reforms, is no longer reinventing itself. Imposed education, based on competition, becomes a form of violence. In this film with the prevailing enthusiasm, the director brings a new look at school, education and life learning. A new way to discover the child, based on play, choice and freedom.

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MEMPHIS SLIM, Paris on Rolls

Documentary • 52 minutes
Direction : Aurelio Cardenas
Production : Prodigima

In development

At age 47, the pianist-singer of ‘Blues’ and ‘Boogie-Woogie’ American Memphis Slim permanently put his bags in Paris, until his death in 1988. During his 26 years of residence, he plays in a multitude of clubs French and European, records dozens and dozens of live albums or studio and becomes a real national star by appearing regularly on the small screen of the ORTF

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This 52-minute documentary wants to put back in full light, 30 years after his death, this Francophile musician and composer, today unjustly unknown to the general public, who has contributed greatly to the discovery and democratization of the Blues in France. the old continent.


Balltrip, a football journey

Documentary series • 12 x 26 min
Production : Prodigima

In development

What would football be without its supporters?
Ball Trip, a football journey is a documentary series that brings a new look at the world of football. Each episode immerses us with one of these football fans and we are transported in his daily to share his habits and rituals in the 24 hours before a big meeting.

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A new way to immerse yourself in the culture of a “big city of football” (Manchester, Marseille, Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Paris .. and others) and the football atmosphere that reigns around a “great supporter” from his neighborhood, to his city, and to the stadium just minutes from kickoff.
Ball Trip, a football journey comes to document the incredible relationship fans maintain with football and the players of their team, but also the impact of this discipline on many scales of their daily lives. Beyond a cultural and social discovery, stories of amazing lives and passions, another vision of the world of football.


L’expérience de mort imminente face à la science

Scientific Documentary • 52 minutes
Authors : Galeane Leclerc et Jocelin Morisson
Production : Prodigima

In development

Do we really know what death is? And consciousness? In recent decades, these two questions have been shaking their foundations in the face of the experiences of millions of people on the verge of death. Called E.M.I, or “near-death experiences”, these fascinate, confuse, interrogate and fantasize.

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Do we really know what death is? And consciousness? In recent decades, these two questions have been shaking their foundations in the face of the experiences of millions of people on the verge of death. Called E.M.I, or “near-death experiences”, these fascinate, confuse, interrogate and fantasize.


BOOK atv-cc

Web doc • 12 x 26 min
DirectionLaura Ribes Leal et Patrice Bennaroche
Production : Prodigima
Year : 2015


This documentary traces the adventure of the ATV Spaceship Control Center, seen by the eyes of those who have been part of it. A course on the development and operations of a single space program in Europe.

“The ATV control center” (ATV-CC) has entered the restricted circle of mission centers of the International Space Station, a pride for Toulouse and for CNES. This multimedia document offers a collection of personal and professional experiences to read, listen and watch!


La Mort de Tintagiles

Contemporary and multidisciplinary show • 70 minutes
Text: Maurice Maeterlinck
Director: Yohan Bret
Selected in the Supernova Festival
Production : Cie L’An 01
Co-production : Théâtre Sorano, Toulouse ; Collectif En jeux ; MJC Rodez, Prodigima Films, Ville de Toulouse.

Ygraine alone enters where the living do not penetrate, passes the forbidden line, past the last step and communicates with Tintagiles ready to be absorbed – smothered – by the destructive force, the black nothingness, but also ready to pass – so small – by the widened slot, ready to be reborn after this passage to the domain of shadows.

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Is he the initiate, is he the initiator? In any case, the fragile membrane of the unreachable has been touched.

This show is supported by Réseau en scène Languedoc-Roussillon as part of its support to the Collectif En Jeux L’An 01 company is supported by the Occitanie Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs, the Occitan Region and the Department of Aveyron.


Maurice Maeterlinck
Yohan Bret
Marie Attard
Julien Botella
Claire Saint-Blancat
Construction and management plateau
Claire Daulion
Creation and light management
Cyril Monteil
Music Creation and Sound Management
Benoit Bories
Costume design
Sylvain Wavrant
Creation makeup
Olivier Chauzy
Hairstyles creation
Richart Marty-Bravo
Creation of satellite works
100taur, Marie-Pierre Brunel, Lilian Coquillaud, Romain Gaboriaud, Léa Hernandez Tardieu
Martine Amisse, Catherine Beilin-Gatti, Georges Besombes, Victor Ginicis, Julian Peres
Regie light
Coralie Trousselle, Nicolas Lampin
Regie plateau
Cyril Paillas
Plateau photographs
Jacob Chetrit

Calendar of performances

9 february 2018 – MJC Rodez – 21h00
7 to Jeudi 9 november 2017 at Théâtre Sorano – Toulouse (31)
26 september to Dimanche 1er october 2017 – Le Pari – Tarbes (65)



ADN (Acide DésoxyriboNucléique)

Contemporary and multidisciplinary show • 60 minutes
Stage director: Yohan Bret
Director: Romain Gaboriaud
Nominated at the 2016 Impatience Contemporary Festival
Théâtre Extensible, Prodigima Films, Théâtre Sorano
Creative residences: Haras de Saint-Gaudens, CDN de Haute-Normandie
Support and contest: DRAC de Midi-Pyrénées, Mairie de Toulouse, Conseil Général de la Haute-Garonne
Intervenants scolaire et pénitentiaire : Christel Larrouy, Irene Bailo
With the financial support of the Toulouse City Council and the General Council of Haute-Garonne. L’Arche is publisher and theatrical agent of the text

It starts as a fact: A group of teenagers usually mock and humiliate Adam, a classmate. One day, they skid.

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Trained each other by what they believe to be a game, they end up killing Adam, without really wanting it. This terrible act, which occurs just before the beginning of the play, is only a starting point. What will be here at stake is the after. After the crime. After the disaster.
How to continue to live? How to preserve a sealed friendship in the blood?

The first concerns of our young murderers are more pragmatic. Gathered in the woods that serve as headquarters, they seek a way to exculpate themselves. Inspired by what they saw in the TV series and news, they will develop an ingenious plan. But they will discover that it is not enough to avoid prison to be able to lead a normal life again.

The irruption of horror in the banality of the everyday cracks the solidity of the group of friends. The roles that everyone gives themselves are flickering and changing. If, in appearance, life goes on as before, when Phil still eats his mentos and Leah always talks too much, the act they have done insensibly upsets each of these young minds. Remorse, guilt, madness, fear, egoism, violence jostle in lost souls trying to build an uncertain future.

While they think they have escaped justice, they will realize that their painstaking plan can have unintended consequences. Because the room holds a lot of cold sweats to these young criminals unable to take their actions.


Text: Dennis Kelly / Translation: Philippe Le Moine
Directed by: Yohan Bret
Assistantship: Léa Hernandez Tardieu / Video director: Romain Gaboriaud
Scenography: Claire Saint-Blancat / Régie Plateau: Claire Daulion / Music: Amine Bouzidi / Still Photographer: Jacob Chetrit
With Laura Chapoux, Julien Cussonneau, Victor Ginicis, Julie Mouchel, Manon Rivier, Augustin Roy
Co-productions: Extensible Theater, Prodigima Films, Sorano Theater
Creative residences: Haras de Saint-Gaudens, CDN Haute-Normandie
Support and contest: DRAC of Midi-Pyrénées, Toulouse City Council, General Council of Haute-Garonne
School and Penitentiary Speakers: Christel Larrouy, Irene Bailo

Calendar of performances

May 31, 2018 – L’Escale – Tournefeuille (31)
January 6, 2017 – Sarlat-La-Canéda as part of the Festival Region (s) en scène
January to May 2016 – Theatrical workshops around DNA and youth with the youth of the Institut Médico Educatif Les Troènes (Toulouse)
April 6, 2016 at 9:00 pm at the Théâtre Jean Marmignon in Saint-Gaudens (31) – mediation and meetings upstream and downstream of high school students of Saint-Gaudens
May 2016 – Restitution of the theatrical workshop around DNA and youth with the youth of the Institut Médico Educatif Les Troènes at the Théâtre des Mazades in Toulouse (date and time to come later)
June 10, 2016 at 9:00 pm and June 11, 2016 at 6:00 pm at La Colline (Paris 20th) – As part of the festival Impatience (emerging theater festival) organized by Télérama, CENTQUATRE-PARIS and La Colline
June to August 2016 – Theater / writing / video mediation workshops around DNA and youth with detainees at the Muret Detention Center (31) – Upcoming Restitution
September 9, 2016 – Restitution of the theater / writing / video mediation around DNA and youth with the detainees of the Muret Detention Center (31)
8 and 9 November 2016 at the Sorano Theater as part of the Supernova Festival – 8.30 pm
August 5 to 11, 2014 – Work at the table, dramaturgy and public reading in Toulouse in natural scenery of DNA Deoxyribonucleic acid
October 2 to 17, 2014 – First rehearsals with presentation of a DNA work step Deoxyribonucleic acid at Haras de Saint-Gaudens (31)
January to February 2015 – Theatrical workshops around DNA and youth with young people of the Territorial Open Educational Service of Rouen and the Galileo High School of Franqueville Saint-Pierre giving rise to a restitution and the realization of the DVD A paradise sometimes violent
January 5 to 16, 2015 – Deoxyribonucleic Acid DNA Residence at the National Dramatic Center of Upper Normandy (Theater de la Foudre) – With reading / teaser at the Théâtre des 2 Rives as part of the Festival Les Envolées de la Chapelle Saint-Louis
February 16 to 20, 2015 – Residence and residency of ADN Deoxyribonucleic Acid DNA at the National Dramatic Center of Haute-Normandie (Théâtre des 2 Rives)
26th to 31st October 2015 – Residency for DNA recovery Deoxyribonucleic acid at the Jules Julien theater (Toulouse)
November 26, 2015 2:30 pm and 8:30 pm – Cultural Center – Théâtre des Mazades (co-hosting with the Sorano / Jules Julien theater) – Toulouse – 31



¿ Con qué sueñas, Diego ?

Contemporary and multidisciplinary show • 105 minutes
Stage director : Antonio Scarano
Director : Nicolas Baby
Co-production : Théâtre Extensible – Prodigima Films

With the support of : Programme Européen Jeunesse en Action – Mairie de Toulouse – Conseil Général de Haute-Garonne – Casden – UCAR – LCD Vision – Le Pari Tarbes

A camp among many others in the south of France. No need to quote him. A camp remains a camp.
Four characters were transferred there after having lived the war, the defeat and the exile.

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Mars 1939

Four men, Spanish and Republicans, Angel, a former CNT worker, Diego, an independent photographer, Luis, a refugee militiaman and a character whose story remains vague, nicknamed “El Mudo”, “the Mute”. Around these male figures, “La Mujer”, “The Woman” delivers an intimate and overwhelming fight, that of finding his child, kidnapped by the Francoists.

She utters her last cry to unreal captors and tirelessly seeks that son stolen from the rubble of his own life. Far from the realism of the camps, it evolves in a dreamlike space and evokes the femininity in the broad sense going up to take the face of the republic.

In the roughness of exile, these characters will indulge, evoke a past under bombings and deprivations, revolt, fight. They will get to know their host country with its contradictions and differences. They will suffer humiliation, hunger, helplessness, loneliness. Far from their family, from their land. But deep convictions and fighting are often the guarantors of survival. And this fight is not only against fascism but for the freedom they will defend far beyond the borders.

With the images produced by Prodigima Collectif, we will follow the characters of Spain deep to the road of exodus, we will be precipitated in their dreams, in their intimate and delusional thoughts and will be confronted with a pure and raw emotion. A tense and poetic writing, a text going so far as to torpedo our conscience, to point the finger at an unglamorous past, to propel us into our present and question us about the values ​​we defend today.


Directed by: Antonio SCARANO
A text by Christel LARROUY
Director: Nicolas BABY
Artistic direction: Romain GABORIAUD

Christel LARROUY
Etienne LEHEN

Video Interaction: Sarah DENARD
Lighting design: Enzo GIORDANA
Technical management: Julie MALKA
Scenography: Gérard LARROUY

Calendar of performances

Friday, April 03, 2015 – Capestang Polyvalent Hall (34) – 6:00 pm (public performance)
Saturday, November 15, 2014 – Etang Theater – Saint Esteve (31) – 8:30 pm (public performance)
Friday, April 11, 2014 – Jean Marmignon Theater of Saint Gaudens (31) – 21h00 (all ages)
From Thursday, March 27 to Saturday, March 29, 2014 – Théâtre le Ring – Toulouse (31) – public performances at 8.30 pm
Friday, October 18, 2013 – Cultural Space René Monory – Loudun (86) – 8:30 pm
Friday, August 09, 2013 – Multipurpose room Rieux Volvestre / Theatrical – 20:30 (all ages)
Sunday 03 February 2013 – Théâtre le Pari – Tarbes (65) – 4:00 pm (public performance)
From Thursday, January 31, 2013 to Saturday, February 02, 2013 – Théâtre le Pari – Tarbes (65) – 8:30 pm (public performance)

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 – Théâtre le Pari – Tarbes (65) – 8:30 pm (public performance) – premiere of the show

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 – Théâtre le Pari – Tarbes (65) – 8:30 pm (public performance) – preview of the show



Les lueurs de la rue Cuvier

Contemporary and multidisciplinary show • 90 minutes
Stage director: Yohan Bret
Director: Romain Gaboriaud

Nominated at the 2016 Impatience Contemporary Festival

With the support of : La Fondation CSF – Le programme Envie d’Agir – Programme Européen Jeunesse en action – La Région Occitanie – Le Conseil Départemental de Haute-Garonne – La Mairie de Tarbes – L’institut Curie – L’ESPCI Paris – Le CNRS – Année Internationale de la Chimie – L’Académie de Toulouse – Société Chimique de France – Le Ministère de l’Education Nationale de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche – La ville de Saint-Gaudens

Paris wakes up this February 24, 1898.
The day also rises in a small, obsolete laboratory, with its gurgles and whistles. The misty dawn sees a Mrs. Curie at the door of the Academy of Sciences, guarded fortress of French Science.

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It’s a new day born … and a new light.
Welcome to the workshop of the Lueurs of the rue Cuvier! In the depths of this Paris that lives to the rhythm of Universal Expositions, walk the path strewn with pitfalls that leads to the truth. For a woman scientist from Poland begins the wonderful process of discovery.
Marie Curie is interested in the Uranium rays of which Becquerel speaks. Through the phosphorescence of these rays, she squeezes a strange phenomenon at the heart of the matter which she has named radioactivity.
However, his basic research does not interest the scientific community, which prefers to develop applications. Forced to work in the dissection shed of the Faculty of Medicine, Marie begins a long journey punctuated by a thousand unforeseen events.
It acquires the certainty of the existence of new elements by knowing how to sacrifice days and nights, thanks to new friends and thanks to the awakening of the interest of Pierre Curie for his works.
Finally, Mary will go far beyond her discovery by leading an ideological and concrete fight against the evils of her time: the war.


Author: Christel Larrouy
Director: Yohan Bret
Director: Romain Gaboriaud
Production: Nicolas Baby
An original idea of ​​Lydie Valade and Yohan Bret
Light creation: Julian Rouane / Enzo Giordana
Scenography: Gérard Larrouy
Technical management: Julian Rouane / Noémie Phillipson / Sarah Denard
Communication: Yohan Bret / Romain Gaboriaud
Sale: Christel Larrouy

Marie Curie : Christel Larrouy
Pierre Curie : Georges Besombes
Petit : Jacob Chetrit
Charles Lauth : Gilles Lacoste
Bémont : Dorian Robineau

Calendrier des représentations

April 2016
SAINT NAZAIRE (44) April 28, 2016 at the Jean Bart Theater – Saint-Marc-sur-Mer – 2:00 pm (School) and 8:00 pm (General public)

October 2013
PRIVAS (07) October 10, 2013 at the Theater of Privas

February 2013
PIBRAC (31) On the 15th of February 2013 at the Musical Theater of Pibrac 21h00

November 2012
PORTET SUR GARONNE November 16, 2012 – The Confluence

October 2012
AVIGNON October 13, 2012 at the Théâtre des Halles

May 2012
NANTES May 31, 2012 at Paul Fort Hall

January 2012
TOULOUSE January 27 and 28, 2012 at the Jules Julien Theater

December 2011
PARIS 1 and 2 December 2011 at the Univ. Pierre and Marie Curie
CAHORS December 13, 2011 at Espace Caviole

November 2011
ROUEN November 8, 2011 at the University of Rouen
CASTRES November 15, 2011 at the Castres Theater
RODEZ November 8, 2011 at the MJC of Rodez
CAMBRAI November 21, 2011 at the Théâtre de Cambrai
MONTBELIARD November 28, 2011 at the Théâtre Jules Verne

October 2011
BEAUMONT DE LOMAGNE October 11, 2011 Salle des fêtes
LIMOGES October 14, 2011 at the Espace Noriac
MOISSAC October 18, 2011 at the Paris Hall
LOUDUN October 21, 2011 at Espace René Monory

September 2011
REIMS September 27, 2011 at the Comédie de Reims
TARBES September 30, 2011 at the Théâtre des Nouveautés

July 2011
BAGNOLS SUR CEZE July 1st, 2011 at the Visiatome – 9:00 pm

May 2011
BEAUNE May 21, 2011 at the Palais des Congrès – 8:30 pm

January 2011
TOULOUSE January 26, 2011 at the Grenier Theater – 8:00 pm
TOULOUSE January 31, 2011 at CAP (Paul Sabatier University) – 9:00 pm

December 2010
TOULOUSE December 10, 2010 in the Auditorium of the UPS – 4:45 pm



Galilée 1610, le messager céleste

Contemporary and multidisciplinary show • 110 minutes
Stage Director: Christel Larrouy
Director: Romain Gaboriaud

With the support of: La Région Occitanie – Conseil Départemental de Haute-Garonne – La ville de Cugnaux – CNES – CESR – ESA – L’Obervatoire Midi-Pyrénées – La Cité de l’Espace – La Dépêche

In 1609, in the city of Padua in Italy, Galileo, an illustrious professor of mathematics at the university learns the existence of a Dutch telescope to see more distant objects.

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The intuition of this man of science or perhaps his eternal curiosity pushes him to improve this instrument by making it more efficient. Barely six months later, on a beautiful winter night, he will point his telescope to the sky. What he will discover will challenge two thousand years of astronomy … From these observations he will publish “The Messenger of Stars” which quickly becomes a huge success.

 In 1610, the glory will attract him to his hometown, Florence. But this city offers much less freedom than the Republic of Venice and despite the support of the Medici family and some academic friends, his observations will come up against the power of the Church … The publication of a new book: “Dialogue on the two systems of the world “leads to a series of accusations, the book is banned and the punitive machine of the Inquisition starts …

Galilee 1610, the Heavenly Messenger is a historical and scientific theatrical work that is both funny, powerful and moving. It honors a man who has devoted himself to science and who, all his life, struggled for the truth.


Galilée : Gilles Lacoste
Marc-Antoine (apprenti de Galilée) : Yohan Bret
Anna (servante de Galilée) : Cécile Jacquemet 
Sagredo (ami de Galilée) : Dorian Robineau
Marina Gamba (maîtresse de Galilée) : Christel Larrouy
Livia (fille de Galilée) : Chloé Spick
Castelli : Dorian Robineau

Calendar of performances

Saturday, October 12, 2013
Avignon – Théâtre les Halles – Public performance at 8.30 pm

Saturday, August 11, 2012
Rieux Volvestre – Tour Valtan – Representation at 9:30 pm (open air)

Friday February 18th, 2011
Musical Theater of Pibrac – Representation at 9:00 pm

Thursday 21st October 2010
Cultural Center Loudun – Representation at 20:30

June 8 and 10, 2010
José CABANIS Media Library of Toulouse – Representation at 19:00 – Grand Auditorium

Friday, May 7, 2010
Jean Marmignon Theater (Saint Gaudens) – Representation at 9 pm

Friday 9 April 2010
Theater Altigone – Representation at 21h00 / School: Thursday at 10:00 and 14:15 and Friday at 14:15

Thursday 19 November 2009
ENFA (Ramonville) – performances at 2 pm and 8.30 pm

Friday, April 10, 2009
Cité de l’Espace – Representation at 9 pm
Imax Room of Astralia

Thursday 9 April 2009
Cité de l’Espace – Representation at 9 pm
Imax Room of Astralia

Friday April 3rd, 2009
Cité de l’Espace – Representation at 9 pm
As part of the astronomy meetings and Espace Ciel en fête

Wednesday 1st April 2009
Paul Eluard Theater of Cugnaux – Representation at 8:30 pm




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