The day after the Manu Chao concert at La Halle de la Villette in Paris, portrait of a political musician with global success, a symbol of anti-globalisation. Commentary over images by Manu Chao in Mexico at Tijuana and an extract from the music video from Me gustas tu mixed with comments from the audience and interviews with Manu Chao, first in Mexico to talk about the sounds that he's created, then in Gênes in July 2001 where he denounces a certain economic dictatorship of the moment.
Report on the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao on the occasion of its inauguration. Conceived by Frank Gehry, who was inspired by Fritz Lang's film Metropolis, this museum is a collection of all art of the XXth century and is funded by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, which will be in charge of the exhibits and will present its New York and Venice collections. Also, interviews with architect Frank Gehry and with Thomas Kreinz, who is the director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.
Fellini and Mastroianni, regarding the shooting of Ginger and Fred
Fellini and Mastroianni shoot Ginger and Fred. Federico Fellini speaks about cinema-television relations; he believes that television has changed the relationship between the public and the screen; he delivers an analysis of the impatient and scattered "new spectator".