[MARCH 2023 - OCTOBER 2023] INTERVIEW, AROUND 1H15 — BLISS STORIES
HOST, INTERVIEW: JEANNE BOËZEC
PRODUCER : AURÉLIA MARTIN
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER : CLÉMENTINE GALEY
"Break up" is a limited serie for the podcast "Bliss Stories". Six episode where I interview six women who have broke up with their partner, one they had kids with. After the break-up, what happen to families ?
[APRIL 2021 - APRIL 2022] NEWS, 20 MINUTES - LE MONDE
HOST: JEAN-GUILLAUME SANTI AND MORGANE TUAL
JOURNALISTS AND PRODUCERS: CYRIELLE BEDU, ADÈLE PONTICELLI, ESTHER MICHON, CLÉMENT BAUDET, JEANNE BOËZEC, Garance Muñoz, Claire Leys
SOUND DESIGN, MUSIC AND MIX: AMANDINE ROBILLARD, MATTHIEU GASNIER, FLORENTIN BAUME, Alexandre Ferreira
A daily, 20-minute take on what’s happening in the world today.
[JUly 2020] Documentary, 12 x 20 minutes — Paradiso MEdia
HOST & WRITING: LUCIE MIKAÉLIAN
PRODUCER : JEANNE BOËZEC & LOUIS DABOUSSY
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER : Nathalie Mattera
EDITING : claire cahu & chloé kabuta
JINGLE : claire cahu
MUSIC : malik djoudi
ACTRESS “LUCIE 14 YEARS OLD” : marie narbonne
SOUND ENGINEER : ambroise cabry & manu mach
EXTRA EDITING : anne-cécile kirry
MIX : Tim Dornbusch
ARTWORK : audrey couppé de kermadec
Lucie is 30 years old. Two years ago, she found the diary she kept at the tender age of 14 in her teenage bedroom. It was the year she made love for the first time. In this podcast, Lucie goes back to trace the first steps of her sex life through an intimate dialogue with her teenage self of the early 2000s.
[MARCH 2020] Documentary, 4 x 35 minutes — Paradiso MEDIA
HOST & WRITING : Marie-Odile Weiss & Adélie Pojzman-Pontay
EDITING AND MIX : Tim Dornbusch
MUSIC : Cédryck Santens
ARTWORK : Brand Brothers
PRODUCER : Jeanne Boëzec
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER : Nathalie Mattera
PRODUCTION INTERNS : Anne-Cécile Kirry
et Lucine Dorso
Ismaël is eight years old. When he was two, he was diagnosed with ASD, which stands for “Autism Spectrum Disorder”. In this four-part documentary series, Ismaël’s mother Marie recalls her memories of that time. Guided by her story, the listener dives into testimonials from other parents, educators, healthcare professionals and individuals with ASD to beg the question: Why does our society have such a hard time integrating those who don’t fit in?
[APRIL 2019 - OCTOBER 2019] NEWS, 20 MINUTES - LE PARISIEN
Le Parisien's stories told by the journalists who wrote them and those who experienced them first-hand.
[october 2018] Documentary, 4 x 15 minutes — les jours.FR
PRODUCER, EDITING, INTERVIEWS, WRITING AND HOST : Jeanne Boëzec
MIX : Simon Lambert
PICTURES : Simon Lambert/Haytham Pictures pour «Les Jours»
MUSIC : Jules Calvet
EDITOR : Alice Géraud
It’s stamped on our birth certificates and it follows us for life on our ID cards. Gender: “F” for female, “M” for male. But today, the line is being blurred and for a large part of the new generation, it doesn’t mean much anymore. Les Jours went to meet a group of friends who neither identify as “F” or “M”, who say neither “he” or “she” but “they”. “Je, tu, iel” is a four-part documentary series that highlights the fluidity of gender through sounds and images.
[july 2018] 6 x 10 minutes — les jours.FR
WRITING : Camille Polloni and Patricia Tourancheau
HOST AND EDITING : Jeanne Boëzec
ARTWORK : Sébastien Calvet
EDITOR : Alice Géraud et Olivier Bertrand
ACTORS : evelyne hotier, margot faure, maïté LOTTIN, jacques chambon, amandine blancquart et karine martin-prevel
“Jours de polar” is a podcast bringing together police stories for French media outlet Les Jours. I recorded actors interpreting journalistic texts that had been adapted by Olivier Bertrand, then produced the podcast. These six stories are not inspired by real facts. They are real facts.
[july 2018] Diaporama sonore, 9 min — Les jours.FR
PRODUCER, REPORTAGE: JEANNE BOËZEC
EDITING AND MIX: JOSEPH CARABALONA & JEANNE BOËZEC
DIRECTION ÉDITORIALE: CHARLOTTE ROTMAN ET ALICE GÉRAUD
PHOTO MONTAGE: SÉBASTIEN CALVET
For the opening week of the 2018 Arles photography festival, Les Jours and Radio Ground Control presented a photographic projection accompanied by sound creations that I produced along with Joseph Carabalona. Capturing the work Les Jours did throughout the year, it included students taking their first steps at the university of Nanterre, refugees embarking on a perilous journey into exile, famous musicians, winemakers, and more.
[february 2018] DocumentaRY, 4 x 10 minutes — Les jours.FR
PHOTO : Jeanne FranK
EDITING, REPORTAGE, PRODUCER : JEANNE BOËZEC
EDITORS : Alice Géraud et Raphaël Garrigos
For a year I followed a group of first-year students at Nanterre university with journalist Charlotte Rotman. I produced and directed a four-part series about love with four students.
Each episode included laughter, embarrassment, feminism and questions about what’s expected of them. They have fun in the amphitheatre, fall in love on their summer holidays, add each other on Facebook and send each other photos on Snapchat. A series about love in 2018, “C’est l’amour à la fac” deals with how we present ourselves on our phones, our apps and how this manifests itself in real life.
[NOVEMBer 2017] INTERVIEW, 9 X 10 MINUTES — LES JOURS.FR
Interview, pHOTO : Sébastien Calvet
Producer, editing: Jeanne Boëzec
“La voix Depardon” is an interview with photographer and filmmaker Raymond Depardon that I recorded and edited as 9 episodes when his film “12 days” went out.
[november 2016] DOCUMENTARY — 5 x 6 minutes — PERSONAL PROJECT
PRODUCER, EDITING AND INTERVIEW: : Jeanne Boëzec
DRAWING : Manon Bachelier
“American Project” is a project that I created and produced when I was a studying in New York between August and December 2016. It’s a personal project. I wanted to record the young people around me at a very special moment: Donald Trump was about to get elected. This podcast is about being young in New York. I interviewed young adults about different subjects such as Bernie Sanders’ being a candidate, wearing the hijab, or the relationship to the body. Each episode is an interview, the “Tinderstories” are about Tinder.