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Apocalypse World War I

April 03, 2014 | By francecanadaculture Film

The new television series Apocalypse La 1ère Guerre mondiale [Apocalypse World War I] is a co-production France/Canada. It was directed by Isabelle Clarke and Daniel Costelle, the directors of Apocalypse La 2èmeGuerre mondiale [Apocalypse World War II], one of the most watched historical series (with up to 300 million viewers to date, excluding China) and broadcast in over 165 countries, and of Apocalypse Hitler, winner of the History Makers Award for “Best Use of Archive in a History Production” (New York, 2012). The first episode of Apocalypse La 1ère Guerre mondiale, broadcast on March 18, 2014 on channel France 2, was watched by 6 million people (22.5 per cent of viewers).

In Canada, Apocalypse World War I will premiere on TV5 Québec Canada starting on May 5. 

Learn more about the series

A series of 5 episodes (5 x 52’) written and directed by Isabelle Clarke and Daniel Costelle
With the voice of Mathieu Kassovitz
Produced by Louis Vaudeville and Josette D. Normandeau
A CC&C/Ideacom International/ECPAD co-production
In collaboration with France Télévisions & TV5 Québec Canada

Digital Platforms: 
Apocalypse 10 Lives, an interactive animated drama application; Second screen for youth, social networks and video games 

Blu-Ray & DVD & VOD available through Les Films Séville. Two illustrated books published by Flammarion

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