From the award-winning doumentary, Naïs Au Pays Des Loups
Naïs and her father, film maker Rémy Masséglia. Photo by T. Barra

Thursday, March 10th, 2022 at 7pm – In-Person Screening 
La Maison Française/Embassy of France, 4101 Reservoir Road, Washington, D.C., 20007

Naïs Au Pays Des Loups (Naïs In the Land of the Wolves)

A father and his daughter, Naïs, who is just beginning to walk and say her first words, embark on an unforgettable adventure
in the heart of the Mercantour, the wildest national park in France.
This exceptional, award-winning documentary won the Best Documentary Award at the 2021 Golden Bee International Children’s Film Festival in India, and was produced in partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.
It is proudly presented by the Embassy of Monaco in Washington, D.C. during the 2022 Festival de la Francophonie.

Directed by Rémy Masséglia • Produced by Jean-Luc Millan • A Grand Angle Productions production (site in French & English)
A documentary in French – no subtitles (52 minutes).

This event is free but pre-registration is essential.
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Please note: Cinema capacity is limited to 150 guests. Seats filled on a first come, first served basis. Masks must be worn inside the cinema. 
Proof of vaccination (2 doses in accordance with D.C. regulations) and your ID must be shown to enter the French Embassy.
Doors open at 6:15pm.
Due to strict security measures, please arrive on time, and allow extra time for security screening.


About the director:
Rémy Masséglia
, born in 1980, has always followed his heart, and the flora, fauna and stunning landscapes of France’s Valley of the Roya-Bévéra are his inspiration. Passionate about nature, his artistic eye and storytelling skills merge to create this, his first film, which is a sensitive portrait of a child’s discoveries of the beauty and dangers in the natural world.
Rémy wrote his first book, Merveilles en Roya-Bévéra, published by Baie des Anges in 2007.  In 2008 he created his own agency, Lez’Art Création, and the following year released his second book, Secrets de pêcheurs. At the age of 30, he released his third book, 137 grammes sans gravité published in July 2021.

Rémy Masséglia, né en 1980, a suivi la voie de son inspiration tracée par la flore, la faune et les paysages de la Roya-Bévéra. Passionné de nature, sa sensibilité à fleur de peau l’amène à imprimer les images de la vie d’une manière à nulle autre pareille. Il crée en 2008 sa propre agence de communication Lez’Art Création. Avec 137 grammes sans gravité publié en juillet 2021, Rémy Masséglia signe à 30 ans son 3ème ouvrage. Le premier Merveilles en Roya-Bévéra (2007) est également paru aux éditions Baie des Anges, le second Secrets de pêcheurs (2009) aux éditions Lez’Art Création.

the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation:
In June 2006, HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco created His Foundation to respond to threats to the environment of our planet. The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation works for the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development on a global scale. The Foundation supports public and private initiatives in the fields of research, technological innovation, and social issues. The Foundation finances projects in three main regions, the Mediterranean basin, the Polar regions, and the Least Developed Countries, and focuses its actions to limit the effects of climate change and promote renewable energies; to safeguard biodiversity; and to manage water resources and combat desertification. (

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