Faced with the increasing perils of the inter-war period, European monarchies, all united by family ties, were terrorised by the communist threat. Fascism and Nazism seemed to be the solution. Voluntarily or involuntarily, the European royal houses find themselves at the centre of Hitler's political chessboard.
With the voices of Virginie Efira and Charlotte Rampling, director Maud Guillaumin tells the story of these royal houses who were led to take a crucial decision for their country: to resist or to collaborate.
Royal at War will be broadcast in two episodes on November 20 at 8.50 PM on the front page of RTBF. For France, a broadcast is planned in January on Toute l'Histoire and the documentary is continuing its international marketing with the help of Mediawan Rights.
A short version in two episodes is being delivered internationally. First broadcasts are expected at the end of the year in the Dutch-speaki...Learn more
From his studio in Tokyo, Kenji Kawai has just finished recording the soundtrack of the next APOCALYPSE...Learn more
Our documentalists Juliette Jung and Marie-Cécile Bouguet tell us more about their job in an exclusive interview for Archipop!Learn more
On the occasion of the exhibition "Matisse, comme un roman" at the Centre Pompidou, Arte will be broadcasting our documentary on Matisse.Learn more