France is largely covered by forests. Because of its unique location, spanning from the humid areas along the Channel to the sunbathed Mediterranean coastline, between the oceanic and continental climate regions, each forest is unique in kind, and representative of other European woodlands. Academy-winner Bonne Pioche and French public broadcaster have now launched a massive audiovisual survey of the country’s several green lungs, through a whole year, through all 4 seasons. Based on scientific research, the goal is to highlight their features, key roles, needs and possible dangers. In a premium 110’-long documentary, also available in 2 parts 52’, experts of different areas will describe the fauna and flora inside, above and underneath the canopy, while working in the field. An additional 52-minute blue-chip one-off will be 100% wildlife – featuring discretely the lives of smaller and bigger creatures in breathtaking landscapes. Thanks to airborne images from both helicopters and drones, as well as beautiful traveling sequences and the use of night cameras and low-light cameras, the viewer will watch funny wild cocks parading, follow wild cats in the snow, or observe buds open. In a nutshell, the film is an ode celebrating Nature.