Documentary producer for about a decade, Fanny Glissant joined la Compagnie des Phares et Balises (CPB Films) in 2012.
She produces history documentaries, some aired in prime time such as Dénoncer sous l’Occupation by Laurent Joly and David Korn-Brzoza, or 39-45: The Children’s War (39-45 : La guerre des enfants) by Julien Johan and Michèle Durren (Audience award at the Luchon Festival) and society & current affairs films like Syria – Children at war (Syrie, enfants en guerre) by Yuri Maldavsky, The Underworld & the French Republic (Les gangsters et la République) and Mob Empire (Trafics) by Frédéric Ploquin and Julien Johan. She also produces Arts & Culture movies, like Orson Welles, Shadows & Light (Orson Welles, autopsie d’une légende) selected at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival (Cannes Classics category) and Karen Blixen, an African night’s dream (Karen Blixen, songe d’une nuit africaine) by Elisabeth Kapnist. At the same time, she writes and directs documentaries: she attended the FEMIS Screenwriting workshop and she received the first prize for best Caribbean documentary scenario (Prix Azur). In 2018, she co-directed the series Slavery Routes.
Director: Slavery Routes
Slavery Routes takes us to the fall of the Rome, the subsequent Arabian Empire built from its ruins, and the trans-Saharan caravan routes that provided the beginnings of a 700 year vast network of human trafficking between Cairo and Timbuktu.