After traveling the world alongside migrating birds (Winged Migration) and diving the oceans with whales and manta rays (Oceans), Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud return to more familiar ground: the lush green forests and megafauna that emerged across Europe following the last Ice Age. Winter had gone on for 80,000 years when—in a relatively short period of time—the ice retreated, the landscape metamorphosed, the cycle of seasons was established, and the beasts occupied their new kingdom. It was only later that man arrived to share this habitat, first tentatively as migratory hunter/gatherers, then making inroads in the forest as settled agriculturalists, and later more dramatically via industry and warfare. With its exceptional footage of animals in the wild, Seasons is the awe-inspiring and thought-provoking tale of the long and tumultuous shared history that inextricably binds humankind with the natural world.
Critics' Pick. "A Beauty...Entrancing."
“Features some of the most breathtaking nature photography this side of BBC’s “Planet Earth” miniseries”
“Truly beautiful. Captures the poetry, humor and drama of wildlife.”
The Hollywood Reporter
Opening Night Selection - 2016 Maine International Film Festival
Official Selection - 2016 Seattle International Film Festival
Official Selection - 2016 Martha's Vineyards Environmental Film Festival
Official Selection - 2016 Boston French Film Festival
Official Selection - 2016 Columbus Children's Film Festival
Making of Documentary (52 min)
Behind the Scenes Featurettes
Panel Discussion with the Filmmakers
Animated Image Gallery
Watch SIBYL on Virtual Cinema!
Lacking inspiration for her new novel, psychotherapist Sibyl (Virginie Efira) borrows source material from her newest patient Margot (Adèle Exarchopoulos, Blue is the Warmest Color), blurring fiction and reality in this sly, sultry character study from Justine Triet. Find SIBYL playing in select theaters and virtually with a local arthouse under “Theatrical Engagements” in the link below.