• First Man

    Written by Frédéric Fougea, Alain Michel Blanc and Stephanie Valloato. The ultimate voyage on the origins of mankind, an international docu drama.

  • Das Reich, Hitler’s death squads

    The bloody route of the SS DAS REICH armoured division in France between June 1944 and May 1945.

  • Segregation is back

    Half a century after the Civil Rights Act, and despite being against the law, segregation is back in America.

  • Life before birth

    The day we are born is not the first day of our life. We all know how a child is created, but knowing what it is that makes each of us a unique individual is a whole different story.

  • Alain Delon, cet inconnu

    Who exactly is hiding behind the mask that is Alain Delon?

  • Inside Hiroshima

    Retraces the horror of that Monday, 6 August 1945, when the atomic bomb exploded over Hiroshima.

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Nilaya is a French-based TV production company, created by the former Head of Documentaries at France Televisions, Patricia Boutinard Rouelle. Nilaya focuses on ambitious groundbreaking factually inspired programmes accessible to the widest viewing public possible.

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    Attracted by the numbers, private channels are starting to test the documentary waters. M6 commissioned a couple of high-end docs, including Nilaya Productions’s CGI docudrama First Man, which aims to tell the story of mankind,... Read more

  • Reals Screen Magazine / MIPTV Picks 2014

    In August of 2009, the Swiss government handed over to the U.S. Congress the names of 4,500 American tax evaders who had been using offshore bank accounts. After UBS banker Bradley Birkenfeld told the IRS how the bank came to the U.S. to entice its rich to use its... Read more

  • M6 sonde l'homme de la préhistoire

    La chaîne a annoncé son entrée de plain-pied dans le domaine du doc de création avec "Premier Homme, la nouvelle histoire de nos origines", l'un des projets les plus ambitieux présentés au Sunny Side.

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