Over the years, I read, I watched, I cried, I danced, I laughed,
Moved by many thoughts leaders, artists, novels, films...
Here I share some gems with you!
I look forward to the teas, beautiful dinners, wine tastings, crêpes making, pole dance jams, movement practices, and working sessions that will create opportunities for us to share more and to keep the conversation going.
Pierre Rabhi was a French writer, farmer, environmentalist and known as a pioneer of agroecology. He participated in the sharing of the hummingbird parable and the power of small.
Drag Queen and Intersectional Environmentalist, her mission is to create safe spaces in the outdoors for underrepresented and marginalized communities and to promote environmental activism.
She is not afraid of speaking up, of speaking truth to power. She challenges world leaders to take immediate action for climate change mitigation and leads a worldwide movement calling for global change.
Woodkid is a French singer-songwriter, music video director, graphic designer known for his beautiful voice and an epic style and narration. His intense music video Goliath is a must-watch: the coal trembles to the beat of the percussion.
Rob Woodcox explores the intersections of human and environmental interactions through legendary and awe-inspiring conceptual, fashion & fine art portrait photography.
She is an English singer, songwriter and dancer with a very strong artistic vision: ethereal aesthetic and staggering performances. She started pole dancing a few years ago and is an absolute muse!
By Richard Powers
Trees are majestic. Trees are life.
This masterpiece won the 2019 Pullitzer Prize. It is a thrilling and intricate tale involving nine characters which interactions with trees bring them together to shade a new light on our relationship with the natural world.
By Rupi Kaur
A collection of moving poetry and prose about love, femininity, anger, hopelessness and survival that inspired the chapters of my most recent short dance film Woven Dance: Being,
Rooting, Rising, Blooming.
By Mona Chollet
A very well-document and empowering read tells us that witchcraft is always present, deeply rooted in our collective representations: managerial exploitation of nature has gone hand in hand with the enslavement of women.
by Mélanie Laurent, Cyril Dion
This French documentary helped me fight eco-anxiety! Tomorrow sets out to showcase solutions and alternatives of viewing agriculture, energy and education.
By Matt Ross
A story of love and extremes. A father who is raising his children off the grid and in the woods has to return to society after an unexpected turn of events.
by Jörn Threlfall
Based on a real-life event, this enigmatic and powerful watch tells a story of immigration in reverse chronological order, with a confronting reality.
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