The 1000- story Game
A little story making machine
to meet those who make France's oldest radio game show
and those who listen to it.
A playable documentary by Philippe BraultBegin Replay intro
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The 1000-euro Game is the main thread of The 1000-Story Game,
a documentary to play by Philippe Brault.
A small story factory that goes off to meet those
who make France's longest-running radio game show
and those who listen to it.
Through the peregrinations of Nicolas Stoufflet and Yann Pailleret down the seasons and across all of France,"The 1000-Story Game" allows you to assemble for yourselves 3 sequences combining photos, videos and sound to write your own story.
Philippe Brault is a photographer and director of photography, a member of Agence VU' Having worked for several years as an assistant cameraman on documentaries and fictions, he turned to photography in 1993. His work has been published and exhibited worldwide. Prison Valley, which he co-directed in 2010 with David Dufresne, marked his return behind the camera. This web documentary on the prison industry in Colorado, produced by Upian and Arte, won numerous international prizes (World Press Photo multimedia contest, Prix Italia, Prix France 24-RFI, Grimme Online Award). Equipped with his cameras, Philippe has followed Nicolas Stoufflet and Yann Pailleret for almost a year to make The 1000-Story Game.
A producer and host at
Radio France since 1997,
Nicolas Stoufflet has hosted the 1000-euro Game
since September 2008,
taking over from the iconoclastic
Lucien Jeunesse and Louis Bozon.
On set and on the air, he's the star!
Since 1990, Yann Pailleret has crisscrossed
the roads of France for the 1000-euro Game
with, successively, Lucien Jeunesse,
Louis Bozon and now
An ace on the glockenspiel, it's him
who officiates on each show by playing
the legendary ding-dongs.
Since 2001, Lydia has worked on the editing of numerous documentaries and fictions - short, medium and long. The editor of "Alma - a Tale of Violence" joined in the 1000-Story Game and patiently knitted together her 30 sequences.
Jean-Marie Porcher has been a sound engineer at Radio France for 30 years. Always on the road, more often than not he has worked in various war zones (Iraq, Haiti, Libya...).
As technician for the reportage department since 1983, he has a preference for working on documentaries both in France and worldwide.
Patrice Klun started his career as a sound man in 1976 on the road with Julien Jeunesse... He has known all 3 producers of the 10000-euro Game!
Yann Fressy joined Radio France in the late 1990s. He's particularly fond of working for long periods on documentaries in large foreign cities.
After starting out in the music business (Massilia Sound System), Bruno Martin joined Radio France in 1999 having done a lot of sound engineering, notably for Bernard Lenoir's "Blacks Sessions". He knows records sound and works in post-production .
Composer, sound designer and sound editor, for 20 years Greg has been composing and producing soundtracks for documentaries, fictions and live shows. In 2012, he composed the music for "'Alma - a Tale of Violence". For The 1000-Story Game, the original soundtrack includes swing improvisations and variations.
A highly-qualified graduate of the Poitiers School of Applied Arts, Sebastien Brothier joined Upian in 2003 and has since then been co-director of creation with Frédéric Bourgeais. He has already produced the interfaces for "Gaza Sderot", "Prison Valley" and "Alma - a Tale of Violence".