SEB | Diversity & Inclusion

téléchargement13 short-movies to start debates and grows inspiratation around Diversity. Some short-movies are directly focus on Diversity case, some are an inspiration for introducing smoothly a conference, workshop or e-learning around Diversity and Inclusion.


Synopsis Ramzi Ben Sliman highlights the surprising marriage between the classical world and the urban choreographic arts. Paris, the Goutte-d’Or neighbourhood. Spring 2018. Ulysse, an impoverished and listless 20-year-old runs into Wolfang Amadeus Mozart on the corner of a street. The Austrian composer could help him out of a tight spot… in exchange for a dance.

Lenght | 11 minutes
Director| Ramzi Ben Sliman
Date | 2019
Key topics| Diversity


Hundreds of inhabitants of Sorède, in the south of France, braided whips and riding crops in hackberry wood until the car and the tractor supplanted the horse. A workshop at the foot of the Albères massif still works with this strong, supple wood, in an establishment for people with mental disabilities. Hermès entrusts them with the task of making all its riding crops and dressage kits.

Lenght | 8 minutes
Frédéric Laffont
Date | 2019
Key topics| Inclusion, Sustainable development, Handicap


How do we define ourselves when we are all equal? Who is steering the crowd? What if it is heading in the wrong direction? Where does the individual end and the group begin? What is done by choice, and what under duress? The project consists of a short film, an interactive animation and an art installation exploring group dynamics.

Lenght | 9 minutes Director| Michael Frei and Mario von Rickenbach
Date | 2016
Key topics| Crowds, Individuality,
Style| Experimental


Hungarian Immigrant and influential animator Gábor Csupó (The Simpsons) is a life long Frank Zappa enthusiast. This touching, mixed-media documentary, tells the story of their friendship and collaboration .

Lenght14 minutes Director| Patrick Waldrop
Date | 2017
Key topics| Mixed backgrounds and experiences
Style| Documentary, Portrait, Animation


Synopsis Purl is an animated short-movie featuring an earnest ball of yarn named Purl who gets a job in a fast-paced, high energy, bro-tastic start-up. Yarny hijinks ensue as she tries to fit in, but how far is she willing to go to get the acceptance she yearns for, and in the end, is it worth it? 

Lenght | 9 minutes
Director| Kristen Lester
Date | 2019
Key topics|
Sustainable development, Handicap


Synopsis| Brilliant scientist sees his convictions crumble during a picnic at the lake.

Lenght | 7 minutes
Director| Jules BOURGES, Jocelyn CHARLES, Nathan HARBONN VIAUD, Pierre ROUGEMONT
Date | 2019
Key topics| Belief, Changement
Style| Animation


Synopsis| Let’s share about our common roots and multiple civilisation with an experimental animation in which thousands of artefacts from the collections of small museums are brought to life in an animated history of Human endeavour.

Lenght | 7 minutes
Director| Paul Bush
Date | 2015
Key topics|Transformation, Tomorrow´s workforce,  Achieving service excellence.
Style| Stop-Motion, History.
Presented |to Kristina Bixo on January 25.

Synopsis I Two young dancers soar up from the darkness beneath the stage at Bastille to the sumptuous Grand Foyer and eventually to the rooftop of the Palais Garnier, where they experience moments of heavenly, dreamlike luminosity.

Lenght | 3 minutes
Director| Jacob SuttoN
Date | 2016
Key topics| Diversity, Environement


Synopsis|Daniel Kish has learned how to harness that information and see with sound. He developed the ability to navigate using echolocation—a technique used by bats previously thought to be impossible for humans.

Lenght | 15 minutes
Director| Canepari & Drea Cooper
Date | 2016
Key topics| Difference, Handicap, USA, Empowerment,  Orginal Content, excelling oneself, Will, Strenght.
Style| Documentary
Presented| to Kristina Bixo on December 19.


Synopsis| In sweden—where asylum has been granted to 163,000 refugees—the issues are primarily logistical ones. quite simply: where will they house all of them? well, for 500 such people looking for refuge, that place just happens to be a wild west theme park named high chaparral.

Lenght | 9 minutes
Director| David freid
Date | 2016
Key topics|Adding value througt partnership, Agile organisation, Collaboration, Decision making.
Style| Documentary, Current topic.
Presented |to Kristina Bixo on January 25.


Synopsis Are diverse companies really more innovative? Rocío Lorenzo and her team surveyed 171 companies to find out — and the answer was a clear yes. In a talk that will help you build a better, more robust company, Lorenzo dives into the data and explains how your company can start producing fresher, more creative *ideas* by treating diversity as a competitive advantage.

Lenght | 11 minutes
Director| Animated by Rocío Lorenzo (TEDX)
Date | 2017
Key topics| Proof, Women at work, Egality
Style| Documentary, Current topic.
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Synopsis The Swimming Club from directors Cecilia Golding and Nick Finegan highlights one such safe space—a literal and figurative oasis for those who just want to go swimming. In this short doc, we meet a group of transgendered people from TAGS, a gender-non-conforming swimming club in the UK. The TAGS participants create an inclusive sense of community in a public pool. Every time they convene, they foster an experience that is miraculously absent of worry, prejudice, and judgement. We need to hear from more diverse voices promoting inclusion. And, well, The Swimming Club is a perfect representative example of that sort of sentiment. 

Lenght | 9 minutes
Director| Ceci Golding & Nick Finegan
Date | 2019
Key topics| Transgender, Safe space, Inclusive
Style| Documentary