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Seven thousand years ago, peoples along Europe’s Atlantic shores erected thousands of big standing stones, on which they carved mysterious signs. Among them was the Great Menhir, a 330-ton giant that once stood on the shore of the Gulf of Morbihan in French Brittany. An international team of scientists led by the French archaeologist Serge Cassen succeeded in deciphering the symbolic language of those stones. Between history and myth, those ancient signs tell us a story common to all Atlantic cultures during late prehistory: the story of the first sailors!

Screening time: Saturday, May 6, 11:49 am, The Shedd Recital Hall

 

Length: 52 min.

Country: France

Language: English

Director: Marie Anne Sorba and Jean-Marc-Cazenave

Producer: Fred Hilgemann Films

Producer Web site: http://fredhilgemann.fr/wp/en/177-2/

Distributor: Belaine- Anne Littardi

Distributor Web site: http://www.viadecouvertes.fr/distribution/beliane-distribution-anne-littardi-ph-33-9-77-21-91-35-33-6-63-13-95-01/

 

Awards/Selections:

TV broadcast on France 3, 2016

Amiens Festival of Archaeological Film, Amiens, France, 2016

International Short Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 2016

TV broadcast on France 5, 2016