06th - 11th October 2016

The iceberg that sunk the Titanic

Sunday 14th October 2007 from 18h00 to 20h00
Salle 1 / Auditorium

Directed by
Cluny South
Written by
Cluny South
Produced by

Documentary, United Kingdom, 2007, 42 min

On 14 April 1912, two giants collided in the North Atlantic. A colossus which nature had made 15 000 years to shape a luxury liner and whose very name symbolizes the courage and confidence at the time: the Titanic. Here is the story of the most famous iceberg of all time!


Debate with :

  • Hélène Leroux, director, coordinator and producer of Discovery Magazine
  • Marie-Noelle Houssais, research fellow at the Laboratory of Oceanography and Climate, experiments and numerical approaches (LOCEAN) - Paris - CNRS