Work| How the French police wounded a peaceful Yellow Vest protester
15 minutes - lemonde.fr, 2019 - English subtitled Role: research, video editing, 3D modeling, motion design Journalist, co-director: A. Balluffier (full credits below)
On 12 January 2019, in Bordeaux, France, Olivier Beziade was seriously injured by the police during a « Yellow Vests » protest.
To understand what happened, we analyzed hundreds of photos and videos, interviewed about fifteen key-witnesses, and recreated the scene in 3D.
Our investigation reveals how Olivier Beziade was hit by a Defence ball launcher (LBD40) shot in the head, despite the fact that he was posing no threat. But also from an authorized stinger grenade throw. It shows how the french police use dangerous weapons, without respecting the principles of « necessity and proportionality », as it is legally required from them.
Role: open source / spatial research, video editing, motion graphics, 3D Journalist, co-director: A. Balluffier Footage: R. Roussel, S. Roy, F. Enero Executive producers, story editors: O. Clairouin, D. Walther Additional motion graphics: M. Bretonnier, L. Kessler, O. Escher Acknowledgements: S. Lehmann, A. Lopez, C. Mayer, U. Amez, N. Chapuis, S. Triki, A. Dayhot, E. Costard, Françoise, Quentin et Lucie, Karim, William