A film by Isabelle Clarke, Daniel Costelle & Frederic Lumiere

SACRIFICE is an epic and groundbreaking World War II special event that unearths the Allied landings in Normandy on June 6, 1944. Through the tesimonies of leaders, soldiers, and civilians, SACRIFICE chronicles the Invasion of France and the 100 days that follow until the liberation of Paris. Using colorized archival footage remastered in HD, SACRIFICE will give the viewers and new and bold perspective on the Battle of Normandy. SACRIFICE will premiere worldwide on the 70th anniversary of D-Day on June 6, 2014 for TF1 and National Geographic.

Produced by Louis Vaudeville & CC&C, Executive Produced by Frederic Lumiere & Lumiere Media, Inc.


“I wish the cancer would have killed you!” These are the chilling words of Susie’s husband when he learned that her cancer was caused by HPV, a sexually transmitted virus.

Narrated by Vanessa Williams, this poignant documentary takes a look into the lives of five women affected by HPV, the widely misunderstood and controversial virus that causes several types of cancer, including cervical. Each of these women has an intimate story to tell. For Susie, Tamika and Christine, it’s a story of survivorship that comes with misconceptions, stigma, shame, heartbreak, pain and triumph. For the Forbes’ family, it’s about coping with the loss of their daughter Kristen and trying to prevent it from happening to others like her. Others like Kelly, who at 31 years began her cancer journey. The cameras follow Kelly on her epic battle to save her marriage, her career, her family and ultimately, her life. 

AIR DATE: MONDAY MARCH 3, 2014  9/8c 

It’s one of the least known, and most crucial battles of the Vietnam War. The objective: secure Hill 724 and cut off enemy supply lines. In the deep jungles of Dak To, this mission leads American troops straight into a trap. Ambushed, on open ground 46 men are killed, 70 are wounded.  Due to massive casualties, the events of Hill 724 go largely unknown and undocumented for decades… until now. An audiotape is discovered with the promise of a missing film. This find sets one survivor on a mission to correct the official record and rectify his own haunting memories with this forgotten chapter of the Vietnam War.



The Wereth Eleven recounts the heroic battle waged by the all African-American 333rd Field Artillery Battalion against the attacking German army at the start of the Battle of the Bulge and the dramatic escape made by eleven men of Battery C. Executive produced & edited by Frederic Lumiere . Produced by The Ardennes Group LLC.


(Les 100 Jours de Normandie)

Located at the Arromanches 360 theater off of Gold Beach, Normandy's 100 Days is projected in HD on 9 screens, wrapping the audience in a full 360-degree experience of D-Day to the liberation of Paris. Presented using archival footage gathered from around the world, viewers experience the Battle of Normandy like never before. 


A drama-romance about love, loss and survival at the New Jersey Shore. When young Julie Peterson saves the life of a hapless drifter, she begins a quest to save him emotionally and give him the ultimate gift of hope. Battling an emotionally flawed local Sheriff who wants Jerdon out of town, and a young admirer who is jealous of her relationship with the drifter, secrets are revealed, and Julie sparks a chain of events that will change the lives of those around her forever.

Frederic Lumiere's Previous Credits




WII in HD is the first-ever World War II documentary presented in full, immersive HD color. Culled from thousands of hours of lost and rare color archival footage gathered from a worldwide search through basements and archives, WWII in HD has changed the way the world sees this defining conflict. Viewers experience the war as if they were actually there, surrounded by the real sights and sounds of the battlefields. Along the way, they meet a diverse group of soldiers whose wartime diaries and journals show in visceral detail what the war was really like.

70's FEVER



If the 1960s represented peace, love, and the "We Generation", then the 1970s came to represent the pleasure seeking excesses of the "Me Generation." The 1970s were a decade when cocaine was king, a President fell in disgrace, homegrown terrorist groups prowled the streets and all-night parties raged in Studio 54 - all while neighborhoods burned and the Son of Sam hunted. And yet it was a time of renewed liberties, and huge technological leaps when two kids named Steve built a machine in their Silicon Valley garage that changed the world. Using rare footage and a period soundtrack, this special deconstructs the 1970s, from Watergate to Studio 54. It evokes nostalgia and challenges it, exploring the dark side of the decade's cult leaders, sexual liberation and disco scene.




His name is Father McGivney. He was just a parish priest from a small town in Connecticut. However, this humble cleric could soon be proclaimed a saint and be recognized as one of the most highly esteemed holy men ever to have been born in the United States.




In 1917 three young children from Fatima, Portugal claimed that the Virgin Mary appeared to them. She revealed three secrets. These three revelations made bold predictions abut the fate of the world. All of which have come true...





The Knights have over 1.7 million members worldwide, and are one of the largest and most active fraternal societies in the world. Though they call themselves "Knights", they don't trace their origins back to medieval Europe. They were founded with distinctly American roots over 125 years ago in New Haven, Connecticut.