The Will To See

Les films du lendemain • 16 October 2021

BHL is sent by a group of newspapers to bear witness and report from places in the world where suffering and misery is at its peak, where the world’s destiny is being determined an no one, it seems, is paying attention. An unflinching look at the most urgent humanitarian crises aroud the globe.

The battle of Mosul

Margo Films • 4 March 2017

In October of 2016 the battle for Mosul, the Islamic State's self-proclaimed capital in northern Iraq, began. With unprecedented access, Bernard-Henri Lévy and his team follow the Kurdish units and the Iraqi special Golden Division.


Margo Films • 16 November 2016

From July to December 2015, Bernard-Henri Lévy and a team of cameramen travelled the 1000 kilometres of the frontline that separates Iraqi Kurdistan from Daesh’s troupes. From this journey, comes a logbook in images that offers a privileged view of a war that is unfinished.

The Oath of Tobruk

Margo Films • 18 October 2016

“The Oath of Tobruk” tracks six months of behind-the-scenes work in war-torn Libya, as Lévy bargains with the emergent National Transitional Council. Lévy’s courageous hands-on intervention helps build the international consensus for UN military action.

Day And Night

Les films du lendemain • 12 February 1997

As the film opens, the melancholy french writer Alexandre (Alain Delon) is visited by a sensuous actress, Laure (Arielle Dombasle), and her producer, who intend to make a movie of one of Alexandre’s best-loved books. While all of these characters wrangle and tangle, the local residents prepare for a violent revolution.


Les films du lendemain • 18 May 1994

Bernard-Henri Lévy’s cri-de-coeur about the carnage in Sarajevo during the Bosnian war of 1992–95. The film depicts the genocide suffered by the Bosnians, the silence of Western countries, and the determination of the Bosnians to resist. The film was featured at the Cannes Film Festival.