To Be and to Have
To Be and To Have (; also the UK title) is a 2002 French documentary film directed by Nicolas Philibert about a small rural school. It was screened as an "Out of Competition" film at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival and achieved commercial success. The film became the subject of an unsuccessful legal action by the school's teacher, who said that he and the children's parents had been misled about the film's intended audience, and that he and the children had been exploited.
|award||European Film Award for Best Documentary Louis Delluc Prize|
|nomination||European Film Award for Best Documentary|
|publisher||Les Films du Losange|