Underground. (Mixtape).

10 Hauntings. Ghosts of The Golden Age in the Last Decade of French Hip Hop.

Prodige Namor Featuring Les Nubians – Retour Vers Le Futur (2009)
Sept et Lartizan – Seigneurs de l'underground Featuring DJ Skeezo (2008)
Nysay – Putain j'ai trop la rage! (2004)
Freeman – Interlude (2004)
IAM – Notre Dame Veille (2013)
Faf Larage & Akhenaton – Le Sens Du Mot Flow (2011)
Madizm – L'oeil de la reflexion (2003)
Zoxea – C'est Nous Les Reustas feat Busta Flex (2012)
Sept et Lartizan – Désintegration Featuring DJ Banal (2008)
Oxmo Puccino Featuring Le Célèbre Bauza – 1er Suicide (2009)

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Le Futur. (Mixtape).

10 Intersideral Travels in Recent French Hip Hop Futuristic Sound Productions.

Zesau – DIRTY.N.T.R.O (2012)
Booba – Double Poney (2009)
Alkpote – L'empereur (2008)
Niro – Fenwick (2011)
Sept et Lartizan – Correspondances Featuring Faro (2008)
Faf Larage – Untitled (2013)
Kaaris – Binks (2014)
Nysay – On Baise La Concurrence Featuring Sinik (2006)
Zesau – Appelle La Rue Featuring Doyen OG (2012)
Booba – C'est La Vie Featuring 2Chanz (2012)

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Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno (French title: L'Enfer d'Henri-Georges Clouzot) is a film directed, written and produced by Henri-Georges Clouzot, cinematography by Andréas Winding and Armand Thirard, which remained unfinished in 1964.

The film depicts the extreme jealousy of a hotelier, Marcel (Serge Reggiani, then 42 years old), towards his wife, Odette (Romy Schneider, then 26 years old). It was shot partly in black-and-white, partly in colour. Clouzot selected the title as an allusion to Dante's Inferno, and the names Odette and Marcel refer to characters inMarcel Proust's novel À la recherche du temps perdu.

Despite an unlimited budget from Columbia Pictures—Clouzot worked with three crews and 150 technicians—the shooting was beset by severe problems: everyone suffered from the record heat during July in the Cantal region; the main actor Serge Reggiani claimed to be ill (Jean-Louis Trintignant was asked to replace him); the artificial lake below the Garabit viaduct, an important part of the location, was about to be emptied by the local authorities; then Clouzot suffered a heart attack and was hospitalised in Saint-Flour. After three weeks, the film was abandoned.

See Serge Bromberg's full-length semi-documentary (2009) here.