No gods, no masters, a history of anarchism, chapters 1 & 2

Directed by Tancrède Ramonet
Produced by Temps noir (Sara Brucker,
Martin Laurent & Tancrède Ramonet)

Broadcasters: ARTE France, LCP –
Assemblée nationale, UR, RTS

Support: Media Creative Europe, CNC,

International sales: ARTE Sales

2×70’/ 2×90’/ 3×52’- 2016

Itinérance Festival 2016 (Alès, France)
Pessac International History Film Festival 2016 (Pessac, France)

By going back over the key events of the last two centuries of social history, the series reveals, for the first time, the origins and destiny of a political trend that has been fighting all masters and all gods for over 150 years. Who exactly are they? Where do those who have always called themselves anarchists come from and what is their line of thought? Why do we consider their thinking to be confused and their history such a cause for concern? Featuring previously unseen and forgotten archive footage, in addition to outstanding documentation and accounts by world experts, this documentary series recounts the history of a movement that from Paris to New York, and from Tokyo to Buenos Aires, has constantly imbued the world with its freedom and revolt.