The Great Mekong

  • Mekong Alive: Episode 5

    Length: 52’ - Ratio: 16/9 - Format: Full HD 1920-1080 50i - Available versions: English, French, German - Each film is a stand-alone, independent from the other documentaries of the portfolio.
  • Mekong Alive: Episode 4

    Length: 52’ - Ratio: 16/9 - Format: Full HD 1920-1080 50i - Available versions: English, French, German - Each film is a stand-alone, independent from the other documentaries of the portfolio.
  • Mekong Alive: Episode 3

    Length: 52’ - Ratio: 16/9 - Format: Full HD 1920-1080 50i - Available versions: English, French, German - Each film is a stand-alone, independent from the other documentaries of the portfolio.
  • Mekong Alive: Episode 2

    Length: 52’ - Ratio: 16/9 - Format: Full HD 1920-1080 50i - Available versions: English, French, German - Each film is a stand-alone, independent from the other documentaries of the portfolio.
  • Mekong Alive: Episode 1

    Length: 52’ - Ratio: 16/9 - Format: Full HD 1920-1080 50i - Available versions: English, French, German - Each film is a stand-alone, independent from the other documentaries of the portfolio.
  • The Great Mekong faces an uncertain future

    • Length: 100’, Ratio :16/9, Format : HD, Versions available: English, Français
    • Directed and Produced by Li Xiaoshan and Michel NOLL
    • Production : Solferino Images – CCTV in Association with national television services of Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam
    • Distribution Asia : CICTV; Worldwide distribution : ICTV
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    Mekong Alive (5×52′)

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    Discovering the Soul of South-East Asia

    Length: 5x52’ - Ratio: 16/9 - Format: Full HD 1920-1080 50i - Available versions: English, French, German - Each film is a stand-alone, independent from the other documentaries of the portfolio. A portfolio of films directed and produced by Michel NOLL in association with LI Xiaoshan - Producers: CCTV - Solferino Images - Quartier Latin Media - ZDF in association with ARTE and the national televisions of Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam - Distribution in Asia: CITVC - Distribution in other countries of the world: ICTV