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DIG IT! is an interactive documentary experience in the worldwide sound system. Bloggers, producers, DJs or musicians but most of all music geeks, the diggers personify the various changes musical world has faced for ten years now. Thanks to them – and the Internet rise – music spread more quickly than it has ever done, causing some unexpected brews. From the Gangnam style to the electro-chaabi of Cairo suburbs, from the Japanese funk to the afro Dance, everything can be listened to and everything gets mixed. 

To explore this sound revolution we’re all involved in at various degrees, we offered users an interactive documentary experience devoted to music discovering and sharing.

Fabien BENOIT

Film director

  • Graduated from Sciences Po, from the School of Journalism of Strasbourg (CUEJ), and from the film faculty of Paris VII (Master 2 "Documentary, the writing of contemporary worlds"), Fabien Benoit is a journalist and documentary film director. He wrote and directed Obama, the American friend ? and Hackers: no god nor master for Doc en Stock and Arte. In 2013, he directed a web documentary on the economic crisis in Spain, No es una crisis. He was also assistant director on several documentaries, including Gaddafi, our best enemy of Antoine Vitkine for France 5. He also contributes to the quarterly prospective publication Usbek & Rica, whose slogan is "Telling the present, explore the future." He published an essay in March 2013, Facebook, explained to the old folks.

Graduated from Sciences Po, from the School of Journalism of Strasbourg (CUEJ), and from the film faculty of Paris VII (Master 2 "Documentary, the writing of contemporary worlds"), Fabien Benoit is a journalist and documentary film director. He wrote and directed Obama, the American friend ? and Hackers: no god nor master for Doc en Stock and Arte. In 2013, he directed a web documentary on the economic crisis in Spain, No es una crisis. He was also assistant director on several documentaries, including Gaddafi, our best enemy of Antoine Vitkine for France 5. He also contributes to the quarterly prospective publication Usbek & Rica, whose slogan is "Telling the present, explore the future." He published an essay in March 2013, Facebook, explained to the old folks.

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