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With a nice first skewer of guests, the FIFM does not intend to return on tiptoe.

After a summer edition organized on exceptional dates and conditions, the Mons Festival returns from March 11 to 19. An extra day for this 37th edition. The FIFM clearly has the will to come back fully inflated. And this is confirmed with the announcement of a first skewer of guests.

Laurent Cantet will be present for the retrospective dedicated to him by the festival as well as for the Belgian premiere of his new opus, Arthur Rambo. The French filmmaker is particularly known for his film Entre les Murs, immersed in the school environment, which won him the Palme d’Or in 2008. He also won the César for best first film for Human Resources in 1999 and was awarded at Venice for The Timetable in 2001.

A major figure in Belgian cinema and already accustomed to the Mons red carpet, Bouli Lanners will also be present for the preview screening of his latest production Nobody has to know, shot in Scotland, in which he co-stars with the British actress Michelle Fairley.

A popular actress will also be there for this 37th edition. Noémie Merlant has filmed for Jacques Audiard, Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar and Mélanie Laurent. She also camped Marianne in The Portrait of a young girl on fire. The film had won nine awards at the Césars in 2020, Noémie Merlant winning in passing that of the best actress. But she has since moved behind the camera and will come to Mons to present her first feature film, Mi Iubita Mon Amour. A Belgian first that is already arousing curiosity.

Revealed in 1998 by Guy Ritchie in Scams, Crimes and Botany in which he played one of the main roles, Nick Moran is also known for his role as the character of Scabior in the Harry Potter film series. He will come to Mons this year to present Creation Stories, his third film as a director in which he discusses the life of Alan McGee, founder of the Creation Records label which marked the pop rock music of the 80s and 90s.

“And now, fight,” sang Aurélie Saada within the Brigitte. The Frenchwoman not only has a pretty voice, she also has a creative eye. She had also directed all the clips of the group. At the FIFM, Aurélie Saada will come to present her first feature film, Rose, for which she also wrote the screenplay and… the original music, of course.

This first announcement is enough to make moviegoers salivate. And that’s not all. “The festival program will offer a large volume of films, including a large number of films never before seen in Belgium, two competitive sections of feature films, a competition of Belgian short films, debates with film crews, screenings and activities at intended for young audiences and professional meetings”, add the organizers. It will be understood, the FIFM is back. And it looks good.

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

The Mons Festival lifts the veil on its first guests

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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With a nice first skewer of guests, the FIFM does not intend to return on tiptoe.

After a summer edition organized on exceptional dates and conditions, the Mons Festival returns from March 11 to 19. An extra day for this 37th edition. The FIFM clearly has the will to come back fully inflated. And this is confirmed with the announcement of a first skewer of guests.

Laurent Cantet will be present for the retrospective dedicated to him by the festival as well as for the Belgian premiere of his new opus, Arthur Rambo. The French filmmaker is particularly known for his film Entre les Murs, immersed in the school environment, which won him the Palme d’Or in 2008. He also won the César for best first film for Human Resources in 1999 and was awarded at Venice for The Timetable in 2001.

A major figure in Belgian cinema and already accustomed to the Mons red carpet, Bouli Lanners will also be present for the preview screening of his latest production Nobody has to know, shot in Scotland, in which he co-stars with the British actress Michelle Fairley.

A popular actress will also be there for this 37th edition. Noémie Merlant has filmed for Jacques Audiard, Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar and Mélanie Laurent. She also camped Marianne in The Portrait of a young girl on fire. The film had won nine awards at the Césars in 2020, Noémie Merlant winning in passing that of the best actress. But she has since moved behind the camera and will come to Mons to present her first feature film, Mi Iubita Mon Amour. A Belgian first that is already arousing curiosity.

Revealed in 1998 by Guy Ritchie in Scams, Crimes and Botany in which he played one of the main roles, Nick Moran is also known for his role as the character of Scabior in the Harry Potter film series. He will come to Mons this year to present Creation Stories, his third film as a director in which he discusses the life of Alan McGee, founder of the Creation Records label which marked the pop rock music of the 80s and 90s.

“And now, fight,” sang Aurélie Saada within the Brigitte. The Frenchwoman not only has a pretty voice, she also has a creative eye. She had also directed all the clips of the group. At the FIFM, Aurélie Saada will come to present her first feature film, Rose, for which she also wrote the screenplay and… the original music, of course.

This first announcement is enough to make moviegoers salivate. And that’s not all. “The festival program will offer a large volume of films, including a large number of films never before seen in Belgium, two competitive sections of feature films, a competition of Belgian short films, debates with film crews, screenings and activities at intended for young audiences and professional meetings”, add the organizers. It will be understood, the FIFM is back. And it looks good.

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this remarkable material

The Mons Festival lifts the veil on its first guests

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642612091) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(64) "King Baudouin and Jan Breydel among the worst stadiums in Europe" ["link"]=> string(98) "https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/king-baudouin-and-jan-breydel-among-the-worst-stadiums-in-europe/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Stephen Juarez" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 16:07:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "Palme D’orBaudouinBreydelEuropeJanKingstadiumsWorst" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12676" ["description"]=> string(646) "Which stadiums are the most popular with fans in Europe? This is the question that the English financial site money.co.uk tried to answer and two Belgian stadiums did not really emerge from this survey. To determine which stadium is the most comfortable and pleasant, the English site used the opinions collected on three different platforms: ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8768) "

Which stadiums are the most popular with fans in Europe? This is the question that the English financial site money.co.uk tried to answer and two Belgian stadiums did not really emerge from this survey.

To determine which stadium is the most comfortable and pleasant, the English site used the opinions collected on three different platforms: Tripadvisor, Google and Football Ground Map. By combining the scores of these three channels, money.co.uk has managed to establish a unique ranking.

The gold medal for the highest rated stadium in Europe goes to Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park. A visit or a game at the old Westfalenstadion is often on every football fan’s to-do list before you die. The atmosphere there is extraordinary and the yellow wall (“Gelbe Wand” in German) behind one of the goals is unique in Europe. With a score of 4.57/5, he is alone at the top of the ranking.

behind the stadium Borussen, there are six speakers to share second place. These are known stadiums like the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona), the Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid) and the brand new Tottenham Hotspur stadium. But also the Millennium Stadium (Welsh national team), the Arena Nationala (Steaua Bucharest) and the Stadion Noradowy (Polish national team). They scored 4.53/5 each.

Belgian stadiums are not popular

At the very bottom of the ranking we find the Stadio Carlo Castellani in Empoli. With a score of 2.90/5, he occupies the very last place. On Football Ground Map, it even received an insufficient rating of 1.9/5. The club’s stadium Serie A can accommodate almost 16,200 people and opened in 1965. Since then, parts of the stadium have been renovated, but not yet extensively.

Other Italian stadiums are not spared in the investigation. Five of them are in the top 15 worst arenas in Europe.

The results are hardly better for the stadiums of the Kingdom of Belgium, since the King Baudouin stadium occupies the second place of the lowest rated arenas in the world. With 3.37/5, it shares this unenvious place with the Maksimir stadium in Zagreb and Celta Vigo’s Balaídos.

The Jan Breydel Stadium in Bruges is not the place in Europe that fans dream of going., iStock
The Jan Breydel Stadium in Bruges is not the place in Europe where fans dream of going. © iStock

This is not the first time that we consider that the garden of our Red Devils could do with a makeover. The enclosure can currently accommodate more than 50,000 spectators and was first used in 1930. However, after the modernization of 1995 (when Heysel became the King Baudouin stadium) in view of the Euro 2000 which played in our country as well as in the Netherlands, the stadium was no longer renovated. Which means that it no longer meets the standards. “For every Red Devils home game, we have to ask UEFA for permission”, declared the director general of the Belgian Union, Peter Bossaert, in April 2021.

For EURO 2020, it was planned to build a brand new Eurostadion in Parking C, but the project like many in Belgium remained a vague sketch that never saw a stone laid. Currently, the Belgian Football Federation is considering a renovation for the next European Women’s Football Championship which will take place in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. This work should be completed by 2023.

However, the King Baudouin stadium is not the only Belgian arena to be criticized by supporters. In eighth position, we find the Jan Breydel stadio, co-shared by FC Bruges and Cercle. The defending champion is aware of the problem and would like to move into a brand new complex as soon as possible. But there too, the Belgian reality is the same with a file that has dragged on for years even if there has finally been significant progress in recent months.

null, © Money.co.uk
null © © Money.co.uk

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We would love to give thanks to the writer of this post for this outstanding material

King Baudouin and Jan Breydel among the worst stadiums in Europe

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(646) "Which stadiums are the most popular with fans in Europe? This is the question that the English financial site money.co.uk tried to answer and two Belgian stadiums did not really emerge from this survey. To determine which stadium is the most comfortable and pleasant, the English site used the opinions collected on three different platforms: ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(8768) "

Which stadiums are the most popular with fans in Europe? This is the question that the English financial site money.co.uk tried to answer and two Belgian stadiums did not really emerge from this survey.

To determine which stadium is the most comfortable and pleasant, the English site used the opinions collected on three different platforms: Tripadvisor, Google and Football Ground Map. By combining the scores of these three channels, money.co.uk has managed to establish a unique ranking.

The gold medal for the highest rated stadium in Europe goes to Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park. A visit or a game at the old Westfalenstadion is often on every football fan’s to-do list before you die. The atmosphere there is extraordinary and the yellow wall (“Gelbe Wand” in German) behind one of the goals is unique in Europe. With a score of 4.57/5, he is alone at the top of the ranking.

behind the stadium Borussen, there are six speakers to share second place. These are known stadiums like the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona), the Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid) and the brand new Tottenham Hotspur stadium. But also the Millennium Stadium (Welsh national team), the Arena Nationala (Steaua Bucharest) and the Stadion Noradowy (Polish national team). They scored 4.53/5 each.

Belgian stadiums are not popular

At the very bottom of the ranking we find the Stadio Carlo Castellani in Empoli. With a score of 2.90/5, he occupies the very last place. On Football Ground Map, it even received an insufficient rating of 1.9/5. The club’s stadium Serie A can accommodate almost 16,200 people and opened in 1965. Since then, parts of the stadium have been renovated, but not yet extensively.

Other Italian stadiums are not spared in the investigation. Five of them are in the top 15 worst arenas in Europe.

The results are hardly better for the stadiums of the Kingdom of Belgium, since the King Baudouin stadium occupies the second place of the lowest rated arenas in the world. With 3.37/5, it shares this unenvious place with the Maksimir stadium in Zagreb and Celta Vigo’s Balaídos.

The Jan Breydel Stadium in Bruges is not the place in Europe that fans dream of going., iStock
The Jan Breydel Stadium in Bruges is not the place in Europe where fans dream of going. © iStock

This is not the first time that we consider that the garden of our Red Devils could do with a makeover. The enclosure can currently accommodate more than 50,000 spectators and was first used in 1930. However, after the modernization of 1995 (when Heysel became the King Baudouin stadium) in view of the Euro 2000 which played in our country as well as in the Netherlands, the stadium was no longer renovated. Which means that it no longer meets the standards. “For every Red Devils home game, we have to ask UEFA for permission”, declared the director general of the Belgian Union, Peter Bossaert, in April 2021.

For EURO 2020, it was planned to build a brand new Eurostadion in Parking C, but the project like many in Belgium remained a vague sketch that never saw a stone laid. Currently, the Belgian Football Federation is considering a renovation for the next European Women’s Football Championship which will take place in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. This work should be completed by 2023.

However, the King Baudouin stadium is not the only Belgian arena to be criticized by supporters. In eighth position, we find the Jan Breydel stadio, co-shared by FC Bruges and Cercle. The defending champion is aware of the problem and would like to move into a brand new complex as soon as possible. But there too, the Belgian reality is the same with a file that has dragged on for years even if there has finally been significant progress in recent months.

null, © Money.co.uk
null © © Money.co.uk

To determine which stadium is the most comfortable and pleasant, the English site used the opinions collected on three different platforms: Tripadvisor, Google and Football Ground Map. By combining the scores from these three channels, money.co.uk has managed to establish a unique ranking. The gold medal for the highest rated stadium in Europe goes to Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park. A visit or a game at the old Westfalenstadion is often on every football fan’s to-do list before you die. The atmosphere there is extraordinary and the yellow wall (“Gelbe Wand” in German) behind one of the goals is unique in Europe. With a score of 4.57/5, it is alone at the top of the ranking. Behind the Borussen stadium, there are six speakers to share second place. These are known stadiums like the Camp Nou (FC Barcelona), the Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid) and the brand new Tottenham Hotspur stadium. But also the Millennium Stadium (Welsh national team), the Arena Nationala (Steaua Bucharest) and the Stadion Noradowy (Polish national team). They scored 4.53/5 each. At the very bottom of the ranking we find the Stadio Carlo Castellani in Empoli. With a score of 2.90/5, he occupies the very last place. On Football Ground Map, it even received an insufficient rating of 1.9/5. The Serie A club’s stadium can accommodate almost 16,200 people and opened in 1965. Since then, parts of the stadium have been renovated, but not yet extensively. Other Italian stadiums are not spared in the ‘investigation. Five of them feature in the top 15 of the worst arenas in Europe. The record is only marginally better for the stadiums in the Kingdom of Belgium, since the King Baudouin stadium ranks second among the worst rated arenas in the world. With 3.37/5, it shares this unenvious place with the Maksimir stadium in Zagreb and Celta Vigo’s Balaídos. cure of youth. The enclosure can currently accommodate more than 50,000 spectators and was first used in 1930. However, after the modernization of 1995 (when Heysel became the King Baudouin stadium) in view of the Euro 2000 which played in our country as well as in the Netherlands, the stadium was no longer renovated. Which means that it no longer meets the standards. “For every home game of the Red Devils, we have to ask permission from UEFA,” Belgian Union chief executive Peter Bossaert said in April 2021. For EURO 2020, it was planned to build a brand new Eurostadion in parking lot C, but the project, like many in Belgium, remained a vague sketch that never saw a stone laid. Currently, the Belgian Football Federation is considering a renovation for the next European Women’s Football Championship which will take place in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. This work should be completed by 2023. However, the King Baudouin stadium is not the only Belgian stadium to be criticized by supporters. In eighth position, we find the Jan Breydel stadio, co-shared by FC Bruges and Cercle. The defending champion is aware of the problem and would like to move into a brand new complex as soon as possible. But there too, the Belgian reality is the same with a file that has dragged on for years even if there has finally been significant progress in recent months.

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this post for this outstanding material

King Baudouin and Jan Breydel among the worst stadiums in Europe

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642608422) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(60) "War wounds cast a shadow over Ethiopia’s Epiphany festival" ["link"]=> string(93) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/war-wounds-cast-a-shadow-over-ethiopias-epiphany-festival/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 15:37:55 +0000" ["category"]=> string(55) "Nobel PrizecastEpiphanyEthiopiasFestivalshadowwarwounds" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12673" ["description"]=> string(657) "Arega Tekeba’s fondest memories of his youth are of the celebrations his father prepared for the Timkat festival of Ethiopia’s Orthodox epiphany, when he would make the family sing while roasting a freshly slaughtered sheep. But those memories are painful now Arega’s father, a militiaman of the Amhara ethnic group, was shot dead last year ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4852) "

Arega Tekeba’s fondest memories of his youth are of the celebrations his father prepared for the Timkat festival of Ethiopia’s Orthodox epiphany, when he would make the family sing while roasting a freshly slaughtered sheep. But those memories are painful now

Arega’s father, a militiaman of the Amhara ethnic group, was shot dead last year when he was fighting the Tigray rebels along with thousands of others who died in the war that has bled the second most populous country in Africa for 14 months.

Arega didn’t want to spend this year’s Timkat with her grieving family, so she celebrated it alone on Wednesday in the northern city of Gondar, where villagers say the war has overshadowed the usually joyous holiday.

Gondar, the former imperial seat in the Amhara region of Ethiopia, has been the best place to celebrate Timkat, which commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River.

Clad in white robes and dresses, worshipers march each year in a raucous parade that culminates in an all-night prayer session, followed the next morning by 17th-century stone baths filled with holy water.

But this week, the festivities were tainted by the scars of war: Gondar’s hospitals are full of wounded combatants while families like Arega’s suffer the absence of their dead.

“There are people who lost more relatives than me. I know of a house where six or seven people died,” Arega, who is also a militia fighter, told AFP.

“It’s the memories that make us sad, even more than the deaths,” he said.

– Moment for peace –

The war in Ethiopia began in November 2020 after months of hostility between the government of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the ruling party of the northern Tigray region, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).

After many twists and turns on the battlefield, a government offensive managed to gain the upper hand and drove the rebels back to Tigray.

Foreign powers hope the two sides can now reach a deal to end the fighting that has displaced millions and, according to the UN, left hundreds of thousands on the brink of famine.

But any attempt at reconciliation by Abiy will meet resistance in Gondar, where fighters, politicians and villagers celebrating the Timkat told AFP the TPLF must be destroyed.

The very idea of ​​dialogue is “an insult to the Amhara people,” said Demoz Kassie Mekonnen, a senior official with the Amhara National Movement, an opposition party.

“Does anyone want to negotiate with IS (Islamic State)? Does anyone want to negotiate with Al Qaeda? Does anyone want to negotiate with Boko Haram? For us, the TPLF is equal to these terrorist groups,” Mekonnen said.

Similarly, Baye Kenaw, commander of the Amhara Fano militia, said that “this is a different Timkat for me. Mothers are crying for their dead children.”

He saw so much pain in his recent visits to the families of the victims that he became convinced that the only way to deal with the TPLF is with arms.

The only combatant who expressed any enthusiasm for the peace talks was Arega, the militiaman who lost his father.

“I only wish peace for my country,” he said as the parade began in Gondar, with floats carrying a wooden cross and a replica of Noah’s Ark through the city’s cobbled streets.

He acknowledged that the people of Tigray “also lost loved ones.

Meanwhile Abiy, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2019, keeps his plans for a national dialogue secret.

His Timkat message extolled the virtues of “humility” but did not provide details of the next step.

rcb/txw/ri/mas/zm

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable web content

War wounds cast a shadow over Ethiopia’s Epiphany festival

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(657) "Arega Tekeba’s fondest memories of his youth are of the celebrations his father prepared for the Timkat festival of Ethiopia’s Orthodox epiphany, when he would make the family sing while roasting a freshly slaughtered sheep. But those memories are painful now Arega’s father, a militiaman of the Amhara ethnic group, was shot dead last year ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4852) "

Arega Tekeba’s fondest memories of his youth are of the celebrations his father prepared for the Timkat festival of Ethiopia’s Orthodox epiphany, when he would make the family sing while roasting a freshly slaughtered sheep. But those memories are painful now

Arega’s father, a militiaman of the Amhara ethnic group, was shot dead last year when he was fighting the Tigray rebels along with thousands of others who died in the war that has bled the second most populous country in Africa for 14 months.

Arega didn’t want to spend this year’s Timkat with her grieving family, so she celebrated it alone on Wednesday in the northern city of Gondar, where villagers say the war has overshadowed the usually joyous holiday.

Gondar, the former imperial seat in the Amhara region of Ethiopia, has been the best place to celebrate Timkat, which commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River.

Clad in white robes and dresses, worshipers march each year in a raucous parade that culminates in an all-night prayer session, followed the next morning by 17th-century stone baths filled with holy water.

But this week, the festivities were tainted by the scars of war: Gondar’s hospitals are full of wounded combatants while families like Arega’s suffer the absence of their dead.

“There are people who lost more relatives than me. I know of a house where six or seven people died,” Arega, who is also a militia fighter, told AFP.

“It’s the memories that make us sad, even more than the deaths,” he said.

– Moment for peace –

The war in Ethiopia began in November 2020 after months of hostility between the government of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the ruling party of the northern Tigray region, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).

After many twists and turns on the battlefield, a government offensive managed to gain the upper hand and drove the rebels back to Tigray.

Foreign powers hope the two sides can now reach a deal to end the fighting that has displaced millions and, according to the UN, left hundreds of thousands on the brink of famine.

But any attempt at reconciliation by Abiy will meet resistance in Gondar, where fighters, politicians and villagers celebrating the Timkat told AFP the TPLF must be destroyed.

The very idea of ​​dialogue is “an insult to the Amhara people,” said Demoz Kassie Mekonnen, a senior official with the Amhara National Movement, an opposition party.

“Does anyone want to negotiate with IS (Islamic State)? Does anyone want to negotiate with Al Qaeda? Does anyone want to negotiate with Boko Haram? For us, the TPLF is equal to these terrorist groups,” Mekonnen said.

Similarly, Baye Kenaw, commander of the Amhara Fano militia, said that “this is a different Timkat for me. Mothers are crying for their dead children.”

He saw so much pain in his recent visits to the families of the victims that he became convinced that the only way to deal with the TPLF is with arms.

The only combatant who expressed any enthusiasm for the peace talks was Arega, the militiaman who lost his father.

“I only wish peace for my country,” he said as the parade began in Gondar, with floats carrying a wooden cross and a replica of Noah’s Ark through the city’s cobbled streets.

He acknowledged that the people of Tigray “also lost loved ones.

Meanwhile Abiy, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2019, keeps his plans for a national dialogue secret.

His Timkat message extolled the virtues of “humility” but did not provide details of the next step.

rcb/txw/ri/mas/zm

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable web content

War wounds cast a shadow over Ethiopia’s Epiphany festival

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642606675) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(52) "“Memory is not immune to change”, by Rachel Cusk" ["link"]=> string(82) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/memory-is-not-immune-to-change-by-rachel-cusk/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 14:44:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(40) "Booker PrizechangeCuskimmunememoryRachel" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12670" ["description"]=> string(610) "Le Havre is a place of memory, memory of arrivals and departures. For an English child, the first and last sensations of France were gathered there: the mysteries of space and identity stood at this threshold, unresolved. Crossing the English Channel on the ferry, the concept of travel was experienced in its most primitive form. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5021) "

Le Havre is a place of memory, memory of arrivals and departures. For an English child, the first and last sensations of France were gathered there: the mysteries of space and identity stood at this threshold, unresolved. Crossing the English Channel on the ferry, the concept of travel was experienced in its most primitive form. There was something magical about the fact that the invisible “here” through the water could be reached by a simple combination of time and space. Suddenly everything was different, and the experience of that difference was still not being able to put words to it. We said ‘England’ and ‘France’, but how could these words explain not only the alteration of language, road signs and architectural style, but also of light and landscape, those things that belonged to the earth and should not have fallen within the framework of the nation? To go from England to France and back during those childhood summers was to trace and retrace the mystery.

Memory, it seems, is not immune to change: it alters as new light falls on it from the future. I realize, recalling those boat trips, that it wasn’t entirely clear to me that I was traveling from an island to a continent, rather than the other way around. Now, the isolation of this island has once again become a chasm, filling with darkness. The mystery has deepened again – the difference that used to define itself as national identity turns out to be something colder, a deep estrangement. A port is an old, old chronicler, an impassive and sagacious witness. It embodies both the spirit of adventure and the pain of transition, the simultaneous loss and gain of a space. In its dual nature can be found the very tension of life, the cycles and contradictions in which we constantly find ourselves, trying to make sense of and trying to forget, to ground ourselves and to be free, to leave and stay.

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Latest book published: The work of a life: becoming a mother, the olive tree, 224 p., 20 euros.The Taste of Others Festival will be held in Le Havre from January 20 to 23. This 10th edition is placed under the sign of “secret”. We can notably meet Deborah Levy, Karine Tuil, Gaspard Koenig, François Vallejo, Christine Angot, Leïla Slimani, Anne Berest, Clara Dupont-Monod, Mazarine Pingeot, Javier Cercas, Rachel Cusk and many others.

Rachel Cusk, organic express

Born in 1967 in Canada of English parents, Rachel Cusk has lived in England since 1974. Her first novel, “Saving Agnes”, published in 1993, won the Whitbread Prize while “Egypt Farm” earned her a place among the finalists of the Booker Prize in 2005. She is also the author from “Arlington Park” (Olivier, 2007), “Transit” (2016) or “Kudos” (2018). Her latest book, “Life’s Work: Becoming a Mother”, was published in October 2021.

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this post for this awesome material

“Memory is not immune to change”, by Rachel Cusk

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" } ["summary"]=> string(610) "Le Havre is a place of memory, memory of arrivals and departures. For an English child, the first and last sensations of France were gathered there: the mysteries of space and identity stood at this threshold, unresolved. Crossing the English Channel on the ferry, the concept of travel was experienced in its most primitive form. ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5021) "

Le Havre is a place of memory, memory of arrivals and departures. For an English child, the first and last sensations of France were gathered there: the mysteries of space and identity stood at this threshold, unresolved. Crossing the English Channel on the ferry, the concept of travel was experienced in its most primitive form. There was something magical about the fact that the invisible “here” through the water could be reached by a simple combination of time and space. Suddenly everything was different, and the experience of that difference was still not being able to put words to it. We said ‘England’ and ‘France’, but how could these words explain not only the alteration of language, road signs and architectural style, but also of light and landscape, those things that belonged to the earth and should not have fallen within the framework of the nation? To go from England to France and back during those childhood summers was to trace and retrace the mystery.

Memory, it seems, is not immune to change: it alters as new light falls on it from the future. I realize, recalling those boat trips, that it wasn’t entirely clear to me that I was traveling from an island to a continent, rather than the other way around. Now, the isolation of this island has once again become a chasm, filling with darkness. The mystery has deepened again – the difference that used to define itself as national identity turns out to be something colder, a deep estrangement. A port is an old, old chronicler, an impassive and sagacious witness. It embodies both the spirit of adventure and the pain of transition, the simultaneous loss and gain of a space. In its dual nature can be found the very tension of life, the cycles and contradictions in which we constantly find ourselves, trying to make sense of and trying to forget, to ground ourselves and to be free, to leave and stay.

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Latest book published: The work of a life: becoming a mother, the olive tree, 224 p., 20 euros.The Taste of Others Festival will be held in Le Havre from January 20 to 23. This 10th edition is placed under the sign of “secret”. We can notably meet Deborah Levy, Karine Tuil, Gaspard Koenig, François Vallejo, Christine Angot, Leïla Slimani, Anne Berest, Clara Dupont-Monod, Mazarine Pingeot, Javier Cercas, Rachel Cusk and many others.

Rachel Cusk, organic express

Born in 1967 in Canada of English parents, Rachel Cusk has lived in England since 1974. Her first novel, “Saving Agnes”, published in 1993, won the Whitbread Prize while “Egypt Farm” earned her a place among the finalists of the Booker Prize in 2005. She is also the author from “Arlington Park” (Olivier, 2007), “Transit” (2016) or “Kudos” (2018). Her latest book, “Life’s Work: Becoming a Mother”, was published in October 2021.

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“Memory is not immune to change”, by Rachel Cusk

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642603440) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(70) "Lumières 2022: Lost Illusions leads the nominations ahead of Titanium" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://awardworld.net/bafta-awards/lumieres-2022-lost-illusions-leads-the-nominations-ahead-of-titanium/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(16) "Leonard Florence" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 14:20:35 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "Bafta AwardsIllusionsleadslostLumièresnominationsTitanium" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12667" ["description"]=> string(709) "Marine de Guilhermier –Journalist Passionate about the big and the small screen and fascinated by actors, Marine has very eclectic tastes. She nevertheless has a preference for American cinema and devours everything that passes her eyes, from the huge blockbuster to the smallest independent film. “Lost Illusions” tops the nominations for the Lumières 2022, followed ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6874) "

Marine de Guilhermier

Journalist

Passionate about the big and the small screen and fascinated by actors, Marine has very eclectic tastes. She nevertheless has a preference for American cinema and devours everything that passes her eyes, from the huge blockbuster to the smallest independent film.

“Lost Illusions” tops the nominations for the Lumières 2022, followed in particular by “Annette” and “L’Événement”. Discover without further delay the complete list of nominees.

Lumieres 2022 Lost Illusions leads the nominations ahead of Titanium
Roger Arpajou / 2021 CURIOSA FILMS – GAUMONT – FRANCE 3 CINEMA – GABRIEL INC. – UMEDIA

Awards season is about to begin! And like every year, it is the Académie des Lumières which first delivers its nominees among the French films released in 2021.

Balzac’s adaptation by Xavier Giannoli, Lost Illusions, leads the race with 5 citations. This is followed by Annette by Leos Carax, L’Événement by Audrey Diwan and Onoda, 10,000 Nights in the Jungle by Arthur Harari, all of which received 4 nominations.

Shocking work of the year, Titanium by Julia Ducournau (French candidate for the Oscars) will compete for 3 prizes but not in the main categories. Actors Vincent Lindon and Agathe Rousselle as well as composer Jim Williams received citations.

95 correspondents from the international press now have the heavy task of deciding between the contenders, which could be found in the nominations for the César 2022 (unveiled on January 26).

Discover the complete list of nominees for the 27th International Press Ceremony of Lights which will take place on Monday January 17, 2022 and will be broadcast unencrypted and exclusively on CANAL+, as well as on MyCANAL:

Movie

  • ANNETTE by Leos Carax
  • IN HIS LIFE by Emmanuelle Bercot
  • THE EVENT by Audrey Diwan
  • LOST ILLUSIONS by Xavier Giannoli
  • ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE by Arthur Harari

Staging

  • Jacques Audiard for LES OLYMPIADES
  • Leos Carax for ANNETTE
  • Audrey Diwan for THE EVENT
  • Xavier Giannoli for LOST ILLUSIONS
  • Arthur Harari for ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE

Scenario

  • Antoine Barraud for MADELEINE COLLINS
  • Leyla Bouzid for A STORY OF LOVE AND DESIRE
  • Catherine Corsini for THE FRACTURE
  • Xavier Giannoli for LOST ILLUSIONS
  • Arthur Harari, Vincent Poymiro for ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE

Documentary film

  • 9 DAYS AT RAQQA by Xavier de Lauzanne
  • DELPHINE AND CAROLE REBELLIOUS by Callisto McNulty
  • GALANT INDIES by Philippe Béziat
  • THE KIOSK by Alexandra Pianelli
  • THE SNOW PANTHER by Marie Amiguet and Vincent Munier

Animation Film

  • PIL by Julien Fournet
  • PRINCESS DRAGON by Anthony “Tot” Roux and Jean-Jacques Denis
  • THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS by Patrick Imbert
  • THE CROSSING by Florence Miailhe
  • AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS by Samuel Tourneux

Actress

  • Suliane Brahim for THE CLOUD
  • Virginie Efira for BENEDETTA
  • Valerie Lemercier for ALINE
  • Sophie Marceau for EVERYTHING WENT WELL
  • Anamaria Vartolomei for THE EVENT

Actor

  • Damien Bonnard for LES INTRANQUILLES
  • André Dussollier for EVERYTHING WENT WELL
  • Vincent Lindon for TITANIUM
  • Benoît Magimel for IN HIS LIFE
  • Benjamin Voisin for LOST ILLUSIONS

Female revelation

  • Zbeida Belhajamor for A STORY OF LOVE AND DESIRE
  • Aïssatou Diallo Sagna for THE FRACTURE
  • Daphne Patakia for BENEDETTA
  • Agathe Rousselle for TITANIUM
  • Lucie Zhang for LES OLYMPIADES

Male revelation

  • Alseni Bathily for GAGARIN
  • Abdel Bendaher for IBRAHIM
  • Sami Outalbali for A STORY OF LOVE AND DESIRE
  • Thimotée Robart for THE MAGNETICS
  • Makita Samba for LES OLYMPIADES

first movie

  • GAGARINE by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh
  • IBRAHIM by Samir Guesmi
  • THE MAGNETICS by Vincent Maël Cardona
  • THE CLOUD by Just Philippot
  • UNDER ALICE’S SKY by Chloé Mazlo

International co-production

  • FEBRUARY by Kamen Kalev
  • PETROV FEVER by Kirill Serebrennikov
  • LES INTRANQUILLES by Joachim Lafosse
  • JULIE IN 12 CHAPTERS by Joachim Trier
  • THE FATHER by Florian Zeller

Picture

  • Christophe Beaucarne for LOST ILLUSIONS
  • Romain Carcanade for THE CLOUD
  • Caroline Champetier for ANNETTE
  • Tom Harari for ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE
  • Laurent Tangy for THE EVENT

Music

  • Amine Bouhafa for THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS
  • Warren Ellis and Nick Cave for THE SNOW PANTHER
  • Evgueni Galperine, Sacha Galperine, Amine Bouhafa for GAGARINE
  • Ron Mael and Russell Mael / SPARKS for ANNETTE
  • Jim Williams for TITANIUM

The Lost Illusions trailer:

We wish to thank the writer of this post for this awesome material

Lumières 2022: Lost Illusions leads the nominations ahead of Titanium

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(709) "Marine de Guilhermier –Journalist Passionate about the big and the small screen and fascinated by actors, Marine has very eclectic tastes. She nevertheless has a preference for American cinema and devours everything that passes her eyes, from the huge blockbuster to the smallest independent film. “Lost Illusions” tops the nominations for the Lumières 2022, followed ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6874) "

Marine de Guilhermier

Journalist

Passionate about the big and the small screen and fascinated by actors, Marine has very eclectic tastes. She nevertheless has a preference for American cinema and devours everything that passes her eyes, from the huge blockbuster to the smallest independent film.

“Lost Illusions” tops the nominations for the Lumières 2022, followed in particular by “Annette” and “L’Événement”. Discover without further delay the complete list of nominees.

Lumieres 2022 Lost Illusions leads the nominations ahead of Titanium
Roger Arpajou / 2021 CURIOSA FILMS – GAUMONT – FRANCE 3 CINEMA – GABRIEL INC. – UMEDIA

Awards season is about to begin! And like every year, it is the Académie des Lumières which first delivers its nominees among the French films released in 2021.

Balzac’s adaptation by Xavier Giannoli, Lost Illusions, leads the race with 5 citations. This is followed by Annette by Leos Carax, L’Événement by Audrey Diwan and Onoda, 10,000 Nights in the Jungle by Arthur Harari, all of which received 4 nominations.

Shocking work of the year, Titanium by Julia Ducournau (French candidate for the Oscars) will compete for 3 prizes but not in the main categories. Actors Vincent Lindon and Agathe Rousselle as well as composer Jim Williams received citations.

95 correspondents from the international press now have the heavy task of deciding between the contenders, which could be found in the nominations for the César 2022 (unveiled on January 26).

Discover the complete list of nominees for the 27th International Press Ceremony of Lights which will take place on Monday January 17, 2022 and will be broadcast unencrypted and exclusively on CANAL+, as well as on MyCANAL:

Movie

  • ANNETTE by Leos Carax
  • IN HIS LIFE by Emmanuelle Bercot
  • THE EVENT by Audrey Diwan
  • LOST ILLUSIONS by Xavier Giannoli
  • ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE by Arthur Harari

Staging

  • Jacques Audiard for LES OLYMPIADES
  • Leos Carax for ANNETTE
  • Audrey Diwan for THE EVENT
  • Xavier Giannoli for LOST ILLUSIONS
  • Arthur Harari for ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE

Scenario

  • Antoine Barraud for MADELEINE COLLINS
  • Leyla Bouzid for A STORY OF LOVE AND DESIRE
  • Catherine Corsini for THE FRACTURE
  • Xavier Giannoli for LOST ILLUSIONS
  • Arthur Harari, Vincent Poymiro for ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE

Documentary film

  • 9 DAYS AT RAQQA by Xavier de Lauzanne
  • DELPHINE AND CAROLE REBELLIOUS by Callisto McNulty
  • GALANT INDIES by Philippe Béziat
  • THE KIOSK by Alexandra Pianelli
  • THE SNOW PANTHER by Marie Amiguet and Vincent Munier

Animation Film

  • PIL by Julien Fournet
  • PRINCESS DRAGON by Anthony “Tot” Roux and Jean-Jacques Denis
  • THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS by Patrick Imbert
  • THE CROSSING by Florence Miailhe
  • AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS by Samuel Tourneux

Actress

  • Suliane Brahim for THE CLOUD
  • Virginie Efira for BENEDETTA
  • Valerie Lemercier for ALINE
  • Sophie Marceau for EVERYTHING WENT WELL
  • Anamaria Vartolomei for THE EVENT

Actor

  • Damien Bonnard for LES INTRANQUILLES
  • André Dussollier for EVERYTHING WENT WELL
  • Vincent Lindon for TITANIUM
  • Benoît Magimel for IN HIS LIFE
  • Benjamin Voisin for LOST ILLUSIONS

Female revelation

  • Zbeida Belhajamor for A STORY OF LOVE AND DESIRE
  • Aïssatou Diallo Sagna for THE FRACTURE
  • Daphne Patakia for BENEDETTA
  • Agathe Rousselle for TITANIUM
  • Lucie Zhang for LES OLYMPIADES

Male revelation

  • Alseni Bathily for GAGARIN
  • Abdel Bendaher for IBRAHIM
  • Sami Outalbali for A STORY OF LOVE AND DESIRE
  • Thimotée Robart for THE MAGNETICS
  • Makita Samba for LES OLYMPIADES

first movie

  • GAGARINE by Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh
  • IBRAHIM by Samir Guesmi
  • THE MAGNETICS by Vincent Maël Cardona
  • THE CLOUD by Just Philippot
  • UNDER ALICE’S SKY by Chloé Mazlo

International co-production

  • FEBRUARY by Kamen Kalev
  • PETROV FEVER by Kirill Serebrennikov
  • LES INTRANQUILLES by Joachim Lafosse
  • JULIE IN 12 CHAPTERS by Joachim Trier
  • THE FATHER by Florian Zeller

Picture

  • Christophe Beaucarne for LOST ILLUSIONS
  • Romain Carcanade for THE CLOUD
  • Caroline Champetier for ANNETTE
  • Tom Harari for ONODA, 10,000 NIGHTS IN THE JUNGLE
  • Laurent Tangy for THE EVENT

Music

  • Amine Bouhafa for THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS
  • Warren Ellis and Nick Cave for THE SNOW PANTHER
  • Evgueni Galperine, Sacha Galperine, Amine Bouhafa for GAGARINE
  • Ron Mael and Russell Mael / SPARKS for ANNETTE
  • Jim Williams for TITANIUM

The Lost Illusions trailer:

We wish to thank the writer of this post for this awesome material

Lumières 2022: Lost Illusions leads the nominations ahead of Titanium

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642602035) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(133) "The Lakers are going on an adventure: a short road trip of 6 games to the East, how do you say “misstep forbidden” in California?" ["link"]=> string(161) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/the-lakers-are-going-on-an-adventure-a-short-road-trip-of-6-games-to-the-east-how-do-you-say-misstep-forbidden-in-california/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 13:42:56 +0000" ["category"]=> string(75) "Booker PrizeadventureCaliforniaEastforbiddenGamesLakersmisstepRoadShorttrip" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12664" ["description"]=> string(843) "The Lakers must be reassuring, the Lakers must win at all costs, the Lakers must imperatively go up in the Western Conference standings. Okay, but the Lakers will mostly stuff themselves with a six-game road trip to the East, among which big customers are knocking on the door. Debrief. The Angelinos made a good operation ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4734) "

The Lakers must be reassuring, the Lakers must win at all costs, the Lakers must imperatively go up in the Western Conference standings. Okay, but the Lakers will mostly stuff themselves with a six-game road trip to the East, among which big customers are knocking on the door. Debrief.

The Angelinos made a good operation on the evening of Martin Luther King Day by taking over the Jazz, at home. The situation was critical: a three-game losing streak (Kings, Nuggets and Grizzlies) and ever more sinister gnashing of teeth in California. In the explosive environment that surrounds the purple team, another defeat would certainly have been synonymous with an explosion within the franchise. It is undoubtedly the coach Franck Vogel who would have paid the price. Opposite effect, this success against Utah gave a reprieve to the velleda of the former Magic. Reprieve which, given the schedule of the Lakers, could ultimately prove to be in vain. It will indeed be possible to get a better idea of ​​the state of form of the Lakers after they faced a package made up of Magic, Heat, Sixers, Nets, Hornets and Hawks in the space of a week. Before that, a reception from the Pacers awaits LeBron & Co., just to gain confidence against a team not in the best shape.

The perfect opportunity for the franchise to show that it can shine against big teams, the risk being to return from this trip with a negative balance (22-22 currently). The bottom line has been so bad since the start of the season that, whatever the mistakes made by the front office in the summer of 2021, Frank Vogel is wearing the wrong suit. Despite the victory against the Jazz, the coach is still on an ejection seat and in the event of poor performance, can jump at any time. The trade deadline is approaching nicely and the Lakers are at the center of the rumors. Apart from LeBron James, Anthony Davis and to a lesser extent Russel Westbrook, no one is untransferable and the dominoes could fall one by one if the trip proves disappointing. Big wins in the next games, however, would give the team a comfortable mattress. In addition, the good news could then follow one another since Anthony Davis must make his return in a few days (perhaps more). His reintegration into a team that is not running at full speed would be much more difficult than if the Lakers start a good dynamic now. The Unibrow should not be expected in Messiah. We saw that during his few games earlier in the season, position 4 was not in top form. Come what may, but it’s up to the willing players to do violence to themselves.

LeBron James’ team is therefore preparing to make a six-game journey which promises to be decisive and which could shape the rest of their season. The excursion begins in Orlando, perfect for getting your feet wet before the big guns. Be careful, the Lakers are capable of the worst – as less often of the best – and this match could especially precipitate an internal explosion.

Source: TheAthletics

We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this awesome web content

The Lakers are going on an adventure: a short road trip of 6 games to the East, how do you say “misstep forbidden” in California?

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" } ["summary"]=> string(843) "The Lakers must be reassuring, the Lakers must win at all costs, the Lakers must imperatively go up in the Western Conference standings. Okay, but the Lakers will mostly stuff themselves with a six-game road trip to the East, among which big customers are knocking on the door. Debrief. The Angelinos made a good operation ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4734) "

The Lakers must be reassuring, the Lakers must win at all costs, the Lakers must imperatively go up in the Western Conference standings. Okay, but the Lakers will mostly stuff themselves with a six-game road trip to the East, among which big customers are knocking on the door. Debrief.

The Angelinos made a good operation on the evening of Martin Luther King Day by taking over the Jazz, at home. The situation was critical: a three-game losing streak (Kings, Nuggets and Grizzlies) and ever more sinister gnashing of teeth in California. In the explosive environment that surrounds the purple team, another defeat would certainly have been synonymous with an explosion within the franchise. It is undoubtedly the coach Franck Vogel who would have paid the price. Opposite effect, this success against Utah gave a reprieve to the velleda of the former Magic. Reprieve which, given the schedule of the Lakers, could ultimately prove to be in vain. It will indeed be possible to get a better idea of ​​the state of form of the Lakers after they faced a package made up of Magic, Heat, Sixers, Nets, Hornets and Hawks in the space of a week. Before that, a reception from the Pacers awaits LeBron & Co., just to gain confidence against a team not in the best shape.

The perfect opportunity for the franchise to show that it can shine against big teams, the risk being to return from this trip with a negative balance (22-22 currently). The bottom line has been so bad since the start of the season that, whatever the mistakes made by the front office in the summer of 2021, Frank Vogel is wearing the wrong suit. Despite the victory against the Jazz, the coach is still on an ejection seat and in the event of poor performance, can jump at any time. The trade deadline is approaching nicely and the Lakers are at the center of the rumors. Apart from LeBron James, Anthony Davis and to a lesser extent Russel Westbrook, no one is untransferable and the dominoes could fall one by one if the trip proves disappointing. Big wins in the next games, however, would give the team a comfortable mattress. In addition, the good news could then follow one another since Anthony Davis must make his return in a few days (perhaps more). His reintegration into a team that is not running at full speed would be much more difficult than if the Lakers start a good dynamic now. The Unibrow should not be expected in Messiah. We saw that during his few games earlier in the season, position 4 was not in top form. Come what may, but it’s up to the willing players to do violence to themselves.

LeBron James’ team is therefore preparing to make a six-game journey which promises to be decisive and which could shape the rest of their season. The excursion begins in Orlando, perfect for getting your feet wet before the big guns. Be careful, the Lakers are capable of the worst – as less often of the best – and this match could especially precipitate an internal explosion.

Source: TheAthletics

We want to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this awesome web content

The Lakers are going on an adventure: a short road trip of 6 games to the East, how do you say “misstep forbidden” in California?

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642599776) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(115) "Happy Valley Reveals a Series of New Stars Joining Season 3 – Here’s Where You’ve Seen Them Before E! News UK" ["link"]=> string(141) "https://awardworld.net/bafta-awards/happy-valley-reveals-a-series-of-new-stars-joining-season-3-heres-where-youve-seen-them-before-e-news-uk/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(16) "Leonard Florence" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 13:20:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(58) "Bafta AwardshappyJoiningNewsrevealsseasonseriesstarsValley" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12661" ["description"]=> string(788) "HAPPY Valley returns for a third season – and there’s a slew of new stars joining the show. The BBC One crime drama series first appeared on our screens in 2014, followed by a second two years later. Pennsylvania Happy Valley season three has a slew of new stars joining the cast[/caption] Getty Game of ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5972) "

HAPPY Valley returns for a third season – and there’s a slew of new stars joining the show.

The BBC One crime drama series first appeared on our screens in 2014, followed by a second two years later.

Happy Valley season three has a slew of new stars joining the cast[/caption]

Game of Thrones star Mark Stanley, 33, is among the newbies[/caption]

Filming for the final episode of the series has already begun and actress Sarah Lancashire has reprized her role as Sergeant Catherine Cawood.

She will be joined by James Norton and Siobhan Finneran, who play Tommy Lee Royce and Clare Cartwright.

And a new season means new faces will join the cast.

Other One star Amit Shah, who played Marcus in the BBC comedy in 2020, is among the newbies.

He recently starred in the ITV crime drama The Long Call.

Mark Stanley, who starred in The Girl Before, White House Farm and Game of Thrones, is now also part of the cast.

The 33-year-old Leeds-born star played Grenn in the HBO series and recently took on the role of Henry VIII on Channel 5 show Anne Boleyn.

Mollie Winnard – who played Kayla Clifton on Coronation Street in 2018 – has a role in the upcoming series.

Most recently, she played Maggie in All Creatures Great and Small in 2020.

It comes after Sarah Lancashire was spotted filming for Happy Valley after six years off screen.

The cast reunited in West Yorkshire for the latest installment of the popular drama.

The final season drew an average viewership of 9.3 million and won TWO BAFTA Television Awards for Best Drama Series and Best Drama Writer for creator and writer Sally Wainwright.

The show follows Catherine Cawood as she fights crime in the borough of Calderdale in Yorkshire.

Speaking about the third season last year, Wainwright said she was “delighted” to see the latest installment of the hit series renewed.

She said: “I am delighted to be back in the world of Catherine Cawood, her family and her colleagues for the final installment of the Happy Valley trilogy.

“It’s wonderful to see the lasting impact this series has had on audiences around the world.

“I am delighted to have Sarah, James and Siobhan back on board for what I hope will be the best season yet. »

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Amit Shah should star in the new series[/caption]

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Corrie star Mollie Winnard also joined the cast[/caption]

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Sarah Lancashire plays Sergeant Catherine Cawood in the drama[/caption]

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Happy Valley first hit our screens seven years ago[/caption]

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" } ["summary"]=> string(788) "HAPPY Valley returns for a third season – and there’s a slew of new stars joining the show. The BBC One crime drama series first appeared on our screens in 2014, followed by a second two years later. Pennsylvania Happy Valley season three has a slew of new stars joining the cast[/caption] Getty Game of ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5972) "

HAPPY Valley returns for a third season – and there’s a slew of new stars joining the show.

The BBC One crime drama series first appeared on our screens in 2014, followed by a second two years later.

Happy Valley season three has a slew of new stars joining the cast[/caption]

Game of Thrones star Mark Stanley, 33, is among the newbies[/caption]

Filming for the final episode of the series has already begun and actress Sarah Lancashire has reprized her role as Sergeant Catherine Cawood.

She will be joined by James Norton and Siobhan Finneran, who play Tommy Lee Royce and Clare Cartwright.

And a new season means new faces will join the cast.

Other One star Amit Shah, who played Marcus in the BBC comedy in 2020, is among the newbies.

He recently starred in the ITV crime drama The Long Call.

Mark Stanley, who starred in The Girl Before, White House Farm and Game of Thrones, is now also part of the cast.

The 33-year-old Leeds-born star played Grenn in the HBO series and recently took on the role of Henry VIII on Channel 5 show Anne Boleyn.

Mollie Winnard – who played Kayla Clifton on Coronation Street in 2018 – has a role in the upcoming series.

Most recently, she played Maggie in All Creatures Great and Small in 2020.

It comes after Sarah Lancashire was spotted filming for Happy Valley after six years off screen.

The cast reunited in West Yorkshire for the latest installment of the popular drama.

The final season drew an average viewership of 9.3 million and won TWO BAFTA Television Awards for Best Drama Series and Best Drama Writer for creator and writer Sally Wainwright.

The show follows Catherine Cawood as she fights crime in the borough of Calderdale in Yorkshire.

Speaking about the third season last year, Wainwright said she was “delighted” to see the latest installment of the hit series renewed.

She said: “I am delighted to be back in the world of Catherine Cawood, her family and her colleagues for the final installment of the Happy Valley trilogy.

“It’s wonderful to see the lasting impact this series has had on audiences around the world.

“I am delighted to have Sarah, James and Siobhan back on board for what I hope will be the best season yet. »

1642598391 933 Happy Valley Reveals a Series of New Stars Joining Season
TVI

Amit Shah should star in the new series[/caption]

1642598392 656 Happy Valley Reveals a Series of New Stars Joining Season
Pennsylvania

Corrie star Mollie Winnard also joined the cast[/caption]

1642598392 502 Happy Valley Reveals a Series of New Stars Joining Season
Getty – Contributor

Sarah Lancashire plays Sergeant Catherine Cawood in the drama[/caption]

1642598393 967 Happy Valley Reveals a Series of New Stars Joining Season
BBC

Happy Valley first hit our screens seven years ago[/caption]

Not all news on the site expresses the views of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.

We would like to thank the author of this article for this amazing material

Happy Valley Reveals a Series of New Stars Joining Season 3 – Here’s Where You’ve Seen Them Before E! News UK

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642598408) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(132) "This will be “Saramago, their names”, the photobiography of the Nobel Prize | Radiocable.com – Internet Radio – La Cafetera" ["link"]=> string(149) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/this-will-be-saramago-their-names-the-photobiography-of-the-nobel-prize-radiocable-com-internet-radio-la-cafetera/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 12:37:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(82) "Nobel PrizeCafeteraInternetnamesNobelphotobiographyPrizeRadioRadiocablecomSaramago" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12658" ["description"]=> string(850) "The journalist and president of the José Saramago Foundation, Pilar del Río, and Ricardo Viel reveal the details of the new book about the Nobel Prize winner: Saramago, their names. It will be a biographical album of the writer with texts and 475 photographs of both the writer and Lisbon in the 1920s. Including an ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7158) "

The journalist and president of the José Saramago Foundation, Pilar del Río, and Ricardo Viel reveal the details of the new book about the Nobel Prize winner: Saramago, their names. It will be a biographical album of the writer with texts and 475 photographs of both the writer and Lisbon in the 1920s. Including an unpublished photo by the photographer Sebastiao Salgado.»An image of our culture in the 20th century, with a prologue by António Guterres» they count

The program has also talked with José Romero about how the population is becoming even more concentrated in cities like Madrid. This is one of the conclusions of the study on internal migration in Spain by the INE published in La Vanguardia. For Romero “what is striking is that in the pandemic year (2020), 70,000 people went to live in Madrid, which is the population of Ciudad Real.” A trend that collides with what was expected, that of returning to the towns as a result of the confinements in the big cities.

On the international page, the escalation of tension in Ukraine is increasing after Estonia has announced its willingness to host NATO troops, which has fueled tensions and has been responded by Russia. Where the conflict is not a threat but a reality is in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition bombing has killed dozens of people.

In the coffee agenda, the one that makes up the audience, the controversy surrounding some posters placed in several Spanish cities by an ultra-Catholic association against the reform that will prohibit harassment in abortion clinics has been highlighted. In addition, a report by Cáritas has made an X-ray of poverty in Spain, warning that precariousness has doubled during the health crisis, increasing the social exclusion of young people, women and the migrant population. And the agenda has been closed by the dramatic news of the birth of a woman in a small boat on the Canarian migratory route. Thanks to the alert of the activist Helena Maleno, the emergency services came to their rescue and as announced by the Security and Emergencies Department of the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, they are “safe and sound”.

At the after-dinner, Ángel Mora, the ambassador of this month’s audience, has told the news of the listeners, among which he highlighted the book by Samuel Ciprés: Mr. Bigotes: Deconstruction of a very normal man.

Radiocable.com and its program La Cafetera are financed with contributions from readers and listeners. We need your help to survive. If you like the journalism that defends the program and you feel that it accompanies you, become a subscriber-patron here.

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♪ Music: As you know this is a non-commercial program, without advertising. The music we use, in addition, are all Creative Commons:
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WakeUp – by Russo and Weinberg
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Dandelion Wine – Claire Kelly
World of Gray by Thomas Lavine
no show show blues – ben bostick
Faster Than My Dreams- Adam 7
This time is coming son- brick fields
Kindness courage-kolby knickerbocker
Save myself – jane and the boy
Still life – anbr
Give it up-roy young
You and me-eldar kedem
Hummingbirds-james forest
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" } ["summary"]=> string(850) "The journalist and president of the José Saramago Foundation, Pilar del Río, and Ricardo Viel reveal the details of the new book about the Nobel Prize winner: Saramago, their names. It will be a biographical album of the writer with texts and 475 photographs of both the writer and Lisbon in the 1920s. Including an ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7158) "

The journalist and president of the José Saramago Foundation, Pilar del Río, and Ricardo Viel reveal the details of the new book about the Nobel Prize winner: Saramago, their names. It will be a biographical album of the writer with texts and 475 photographs of both the writer and Lisbon in the 1920s. Including an unpublished photo by the photographer Sebastiao Salgado.»An image of our culture in the 20th century, with a prologue by António Guterres» they count

The program has also talked with José Romero about how the population is becoming even more concentrated in cities like Madrid. This is one of the conclusions of the study on internal migration in Spain by the INE published in La Vanguardia. For Romero “what is striking is that in the pandemic year (2020), 70,000 people went to live in Madrid, which is the population of Ciudad Real.” A trend that collides with what was expected, that of returning to the towns as a result of the confinements in the big cities.

On the international page, the escalation of tension in Ukraine is increasing after Estonia has announced its willingness to host NATO troops, which has fueled tensions and has been responded by Russia. Where the conflict is not a threat but a reality is in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition bombing has killed dozens of people.

In the coffee agenda, the one that makes up the audience, the controversy surrounding some posters placed in several Spanish cities by an ultra-Catholic association against the reform that will prohibit harassment in abortion clinics has been highlighted. In addition, a report by Cáritas has made an X-ray of poverty in Spain, warning that precariousness has doubled during the health crisis, increasing the social exclusion of young people, women and the migrant population. And the agenda has been closed by the dramatic news of the birth of a woman in a small boat on the Canarian migratory route. Thanks to the alert of the activist Helena Maleno, the emergency services came to their rescue and as announced by the Security and Emergencies Department of the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, they are “safe and sound”.

At the after-dinner, Ángel Mora, the ambassador of this month’s audience, has told the news of the listeners, among which he highlighted the book by Samuel Ciprés: Mr. Bigotes: Deconstruction of a very normal man.

Radiocable.com and its program La Cafetera are financed with contributions from readers and listeners. We need your help to survive. If you like the journalism that defends the program and you feel that it accompanies you, become a subscriber-patron here.

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The program La Cafetera -here its section with all the programs- is broadcast live every morning from Monday to Friday (from 8:30 a.m. in the Iberian Peninsula, Spain).La Cafetera can also be downloaded, later, on various platforms: On the radiocable.com Podcast, on spreader, in iTunes , in TuneIn, in iVoox, or in Youtube, among other . It is an experimentation program on radiocable.com, current affairs, and is broadcast on twitter, facebook and other social networks.

♪ Music: As you know this is a non-commercial program, without advertising. The music we use, in addition, are all Creative Commons:
The Gray Havens – Silver
WakeUp – by Russo and Weinberg
Casa Monte Negra-by The Whiskey Wasps
Dandelion Wine – Claire Kelly
World of Gray by Thomas Lavine
no show show blues – ben bostick
Faster Than My Dreams- Adam 7
This time is coming son- brick fields
Kindness courage-kolby knickerbocker
Save myself – jane and the boy
Still life – anbr
Give it up-roy young
You and me-eldar kedem
Hummingbirds-james forest
Undertown- low light

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642595824) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(70) "Authorized to leave Russia, director Serebrennikov admits his surprise" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/authorized-to-leave-russia-director-serebrennikov-admits-his-surprise-3/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Stephen Juarez" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 12:02:51 +0000" ["category"]=> string(68) "Palme D’oradmitsauthorizeddirectorleaveRussiaSerebrennikovsurprise" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12655" ["description"]=> string(684) "Russian director and director Kirill Serebrennikov, who has obtained permission for a short trip to Germany, said on Friday he had “no idea” why Moscow suspended its ban on leaving the country. “I probably behaved well,” quipped the terrible child of Russian theater during a conference at the Thalia Theater in Hamburg (north), where he ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3915) "

Russian director and director Kirill Serebrennikov, who has obtained permission for a short trip to Germany, said on Friday he had “no idea” why Moscow suspended its ban on leaving the country.

“I probably behaved well,” quipped the terrible child of Russian theater during a conference at the Thalia Theater in Hamburg (north), where he is staging the play “The Black Monk” based on the fantastic novel by Anton Chekhov.

Arrived on Monday, he specified that he would return to Russia on January 22, the evening of the premiere of his play.

“We filed an official request with the authorities asking them to be able to go to Hamburg. And they gave us permission for this project,” he continued.

“I have no idea” what prompted this decision, he said, after having suffered many rejections in the past for other projects.

The director was thus unable to attend the Cannes Film Festival in July, where his film “Petrov’s Fever” was in the running for the Palme d’Or. He had received strong support from the world of cinema from a distance.

Serebrennikov assured that he would return home. “I have to go back because I promised,” he said in Hamburg.

Known for his daring creations, his support for LGBT + and his criticism of the authoritarianism of Vladimir Putin’s regime, the 52-year-old artist is subject to a ban on leaving Russian territory after being convicted of embezzlement.

His troubles with the law began in August 2017, when he was, in the middle of filming the film “Leto”, arrested by the police and accused of embezzlement of public funds.

For his defenders, this audacious artist, who once enjoyed the favors of power, is punished for his effrontery.

For a year and a half, he was under house arrest, without access to the internet or the telephone. Never mind. He receives via his lawyer USB keys with videos of rehearsals for his shows, which he supervises in the same way, setting up an opera in Hamburg, for example.

In June 2020, he was sentenced for embezzlement to a three-year suspended prison sentence and a ban on leaving Russia during this period. A relief, when he risked six years in prison.

And in February 2021, the Moscow City Hall ousted him from the theater, the Gogol Center, which he had directed since 2012.

Despite these difficulties, the director has no plans to leave his country.

“This is my homeland,” he told AFP on the sidelines of the conference. “I love him very much and have many friends in Russia. My dreams are still in Russia,” he stressed.

Despite his years of confinement, he said he always felt free.

“Being free is part of my job. It’s impossible to work in art or theater without freedom. Otherwise it’s propaganda or something else,” he says.

“We carry our freedom within us. We do not receive it from the outside,” he said. “It has to do with how we build our lives and how we build ourselves.”

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" } ["summary"]=> string(684) "Russian director and director Kirill Serebrennikov, who has obtained permission for a short trip to Germany, said on Friday he had “no idea” why Moscow suspended its ban on leaving the country. “I probably behaved well,” quipped the terrible child of Russian theater during a conference at the Thalia Theater in Hamburg (north), where he ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3915) "

Russian director and director Kirill Serebrennikov, who has obtained permission for a short trip to Germany, said on Friday he had “no idea” why Moscow suspended its ban on leaving the country.

“I probably behaved well,” quipped the terrible child of Russian theater during a conference at the Thalia Theater in Hamburg (north), where he is staging the play “The Black Monk” based on the fantastic novel by Anton Chekhov.

Arrived on Monday, he specified that he would return to Russia on January 22, the evening of the premiere of his play.

“We filed an official request with the authorities asking them to be able to go to Hamburg. And they gave us permission for this project,” he continued.

“I have no idea” what prompted this decision, he said, after having suffered many rejections in the past for other projects.

The director was thus unable to attend the Cannes Film Festival in July, where his film “Petrov’s Fever” was in the running for the Palme d’Or. He had received strong support from the world of cinema from a distance.

Serebrennikov assured that he would return home. “I have to go back because I promised,” he said in Hamburg.

Known for his daring creations, his support for LGBT + and his criticism of the authoritarianism of Vladimir Putin’s regime, the 52-year-old artist is subject to a ban on leaving Russian territory after being convicted of embezzlement.

His troubles with the law began in August 2017, when he was, in the middle of filming the film “Leto”, arrested by the police and accused of embezzlement of public funds.

For his defenders, this audacious artist, who once enjoyed the favors of power, is punished for his effrontery.

For a year and a half, he was under house arrest, without access to the internet or the telephone. Never mind. He receives via his lawyer USB keys with videos of rehearsals for his shows, which he supervises in the same way, setting up an opera in Hamburg, for example.

In June 2020, he was sentenced for embezzlement to a three-year suspended prison sentence and a ban on leaving Russia during this period. A relief, when he risked six years in prison.

And in February 2021, the Moscow City Hall ousted him from the theater, the Gogol Center, which he had directed since 2012.

Despite these difficulties, the director has no plans to leave his country.

“This is my homeland,” he told AFP on the sidelines of the conference. “I love him very much and have many friends in Russia. My dreams are still in Russia,” he stressed.

Despite his years of confinement, he said he always felt free.

“Being free is part of my job. It’s impossible to work in art or theater without freedom. Otherwise it’s propaganda or something else,” he says.

“We carry our freedom within us. We do not receive it from the outside,” he said. “It has to do with how we build our lives and how we build ourselves.”

fec-ilp/ial/

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Authorized to leave Russia, director Serebrennikov admits his surprise

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642593771) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(66) "“Voyeurism” cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 – Film Critic" ["link"]=> string(90) "https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/voyeurism-cycle-on-lacinetek-in-january-2022-film-critic/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Stephen Juarez" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Wed, 19 Jan 2022 11:01:21 +0000" ["category"]=> string(52) "Palme D’orcriticCyclefilmJanuaryLaCinetekVoyeurism" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12652" ["description"]=> string(632) "The Amateur © 1979 Film Polski / MK2 All rights reserved A bit of a voyeur, the movie viewer certainly is. The monthly selection of LaCinetek therefore has all its legitimacy, since it offers you at the beginning of the year 2022 and until Wednesday February 9 inclusive, ten films on voyeurism in the broad ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(10018) "


Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
The Amateur © 1979 Film Polski / MK2 All rights reserved

A bit of a voyeur, the movie viewer certainly is. The monthly selection of LaCinetek therefore has all its legitimacy, since it offers you at the beginning of the year 2022 and until Wednesday February 9 inclusive, ten films on voyeurism in the broad sense. These film studies are all pretty sick. But how could it be otherwise, when the gaze ventures where it should not go: on the side of intimacy and the suffering of the other? You are therefore warned of the radical change of register compared to the comic cycle of December. Which should in no way prevent you from observing, from France, Belgium and Luxembourg, these cantilevered characters with discretion.

Fortunately, there is no sign of inflation in terms of subscription price to LaCinetek, the mode of operation of which remains unchanged. For less than three euros per month or thirty euros per year, you will have unlimited access to the selection of the month on its site. And to give you even more desire to take the plunge and subscribe permanently, be advised that the next cycles are also worth taking a close look at. Thus, you will find on the platform founded in 2015 by Pascale Ferran, Laurent Cantet and Cédric Klapisch, next month a cycle “En train” with films by Abel Gance, Alfred Hitchcock and Jean Renoir, then in March a tribute to the brothers and sisters, brought together by, among others, Ingmar Bergman, Akira Kurosawa and Mike Leigh.

Otherwise, in the same way in the news of the platform on the video on demand side, LaCinetek has brought together since the beginning of the month a program dedicated to the pioneers of cinema, including the directors Germaine Dulac and Alice Guy. In two days, on Thursday January 20, a John Travolta focus will allow us to review three key films from the actor’s career: Saturday night fever by John Badham grease by Randal Kleiser and pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino. And director Nicole Garcia – pretty unlucky at the box office recently with her latest film lovers – will present you his list of bedside films, on which appear among others Tess by Roman Polanski and My favorite season by André Téchiné.

1642590077 847 Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
The Diabolical Doctor Mabuse © 1960 Arthur Grimm / Central Cinema Company / CEI Incom / Critérion Film /
Les Acacias All rights reserved

These are mostly French dirty stories that clash on the list of this cycle, assembled with as much care as ever by the LaCinetek selectors. Since the cinema of the immediate post-war period with the oppressive Panic from Julien Duvivier to the percussive Hidden by Michael Haneke, from which we still haven’t completely recovered, even fifteen years after its release, national productions shine there indeed by their ill-intentioned state of mind. Unfortunately, unsurprisingly, it is often men who are the source of voyeuristic intrusion, by Michael Lonsdale in the funny documentary A dirty story from Jean Eustache to Michel Blanc in Mr Hire by Patrice Leconte, to the detriment of the female characters, the poor Romy Schneider in the lead, exploited and undressed with a look in quick succession by the directors Andrzej Zulawski and Bertrand Tavernier.

The camera plays an even more essential and inquisitive role in the four foreign films of the monthly selection. In Poland, at the time of the socialist leaden screed, the fact of having a small camera does not bring much luck to the protagonist of The Amateur, the second fiction film by Krzysztof Kieslowski. As for the titled film par excellence The Voyeur, his treatment of voyeurism far ahead of his time had resulted in the early 1960s by the almost definitive end of the career of the legendary Michael Powell. Exactly the same year, the great Fritz Lang had also bowed out, with a German thriller that probably did not live up to his previous treatment of the enigmatic figure of Doctor Mabuse.

Finally, the prestige gained from the outset thanks to the Palme d’Or won by Sex lies and video, Steven Soderbergh’s first film, had up to now supported the career of this prolific and unpredictable director.

1642590077 981 Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
The important thing is to love © 1975 Jean-Pierre Fizet / Albina Productions / Rizzoli Film / TIT Filmproduktion /
Tamasa Distribution All rights reserved

The “Voyeurism” selection of the month of January 2022

The Amateur (Poland / 1979) by Krzysztof Kieslowski, with Jerzy Stuhr and Malgorzata Zabkowska

Hidden (France / 2005) by Michael Haneke, with Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche, Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005

The Diabolical Doctor Mabuse (Germany / 1960) by Fritz Lang, with Dawn Addams and Peter Van Eyck

The important thing is to love (France / 1975) by Andrzej Zulawski, with Romy Schneider and Fabio Testi, César for Best Actress to Romy Schneider in 1976

Mr Hire (France / 1989) by Patrice Leconte, with Michel Blanc and Sandrine Bonnaire, César for Best Sound in 1990

1642590077 441 Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
Monsieur Hire © 1989 Jean-Marie Leroy / Hachette Premiere / France 3 Cinema / UGC International / Pathé Films
All rights reserved

death live (France / 1980) by Bertrand Tavernier, with Romy Schneider and Harvey Keitel

Panic (France / 1946) by Julien Duvivier, with Viviane Romance and Michel Simon

Sex lies and video (United States / 1989) by Steven Soderbergh, with James Spader and Andie MacDowell, Palme d’or and Best Actor Award to James Spader at the Cannes Film Festival in 1989

A dirty story (France / 1977) by Jean Eustache, with Michael Lonsdale

The Voyeur (United Kingdom / 1960) by Michael Powell, with Karlheinz Böhm and Moira Shearer

1642590078 432 Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
Panic © 1946 Raymond Voinquel / Filmsonor Marceau / Les Acacias All rights reserved

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" } ["summary"]=> string(632) "The Amateur © 1979 Film Polski / MK2 All rights reserved A bit of a voyeur, the movie viewer certainly is. The monthly selection of LaCinetek therefore has all its legitimacy, since it offers you at the beginning of the year 2022 and until Wednesday February 9 inclusive, ten films on voyeurism in the broad ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(10018) "


Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
The Amateur © 1979 Film Polski / MK2 All rights reserved

A bit of a voyeur, the movie viewer certainly is. The monthly selection of LaCinetek therefore has all its legitimacy, since it offers you at the beginning of the year 2022 and until Wednesday February 9 inclusive, ten films on voyeurism in the broad sense. These film studies are all pretty sick. But how could it be otherwise, when the gaze ventures where it should not go: on the side of intimacy and the suffering of the other? You are therefore warned of the radical change of register compared to the comic cycle of December. Which should in no way prevent you from observing, from France, Belgium and Luxembourg, these cantilevered characters with discretion.

Fortunately, there is no sign of inflation in terms of subscription price to LaCinetek, the mode of operation of which remains unchanged. For less than three euros per month or thirty euros per year, you will have unlimited access to the selection of the month on its site. And to give you even more desire to take the plunge and subscribe permanently, be advised that the next cycles are also worth taking a close look at. Thus, you will find on the platform founded in 2015 by Pascale Ferran, Laurent Cantet and Cédric Klapisch, next month a cycle “En train” with films by Abel Gance, Alfred Hitchcock and Jean Renoir, then in March a tribute to the brothers and sisters, brought together by, among others, Ingmar Bergman, Akira Kurosawa and Mike Leigh.

Otherwise, in the same way in the news of the platform on the video on demand side, LaCinetek has brought together since the beginning of the month a program dedicated to the pioneers of cinema, including the directors Germaine Dulac and Alice Guy. In two days, on Thursday January 20, a John Travolta focus will allow us to review three key films from the actor’s career: Saturday night fever by John Badham grease by Randal Kleiser and pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino. And director Nicole Garcia – pretty unlucky at the box office recently with her latest film lovers – will present you his list of bedside films, on which appear among others Tess by Roman Polanski and My favorite season by André Téchiné.

1642590077 847 Voyeurism cycle on LaCinetek in January 2022 Film Critic
The Diabolical Doctor Mabuse © 1960 Arthur Grimm / Central Cinema Company / CEI Incom / Critérion Film /
Les Acacias All rights reserved

These are mostly French dirty stories that clash on the list of this cycle, assembled with as much care as ever by the LaCinetek selectors. Since the cinema of the immediate post-war period with the oppressive Panic from Julien Duvivier to the percussive Hidden by Michael Haneke, from which we still haven’t completely recovered, even fifteen years after its release, national productions shine there indeed by their ill-intentioned state of mind. Unfortunately, unsurprisingly, it is often men who are the source of voyeuristic intrusion, by Michael Lonsdale in the funny documentary A dirty story from Jean Eustache to Michel Blanc in Mr Hire by Patrice Leconte, to the detriment of the female characters, the poor Romy Schneider in the lead, exploited and undressed with a look in quick succession by the directors Andrzej Zulawski and Bertrand Tavernier.

The camera plays an even more essential and inquisitive role in the four foreign films of the monthly selection. In Poland, at the time of the socialist leaden screed, the fact of having a small camera does not bring much luck to the protagonist of The Amateur, the second fiction film by Krzysztof Kieslowski. As for the titled film par excellence The Voyeur, his treatment of voyeurism far ahead of his time had resulted in the early 1960s by the almost definitive end of the career of the legendary Michael Powell. Exactly the same year, the great Fritz Lang had also bowed out, with a German thriller that probably did not live up to his previous treatment of the enigmatic figure of Doctor Mabuse.

Finally, the prestige gained from the outset thanks to the Palme d’Or won by Sex lies and video, Steven Soderbergh’s first film, had up to now supported the career of this prolific and unpredictable director.

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The important thing is to love © 1975 Jean-Pierre Fizet / Albina Productions / Rizzoli Film / TIT Filmproduktion /
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The “Voyeurism” selection of the month of January 2022

The Amateur (Poland / 1979) by Krzysztof Kieslowski, with Jerzy Stuhr and Malgorzata Zabkowska

Hidden (France / 2005) by Michael Haneke, with Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche, Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005

The Diabolical Doctor Mabuse (Germany / 1960) by Fritz Lang, with Dawn Addams and Peter Van Eyck

The important thing is to love (France / 1975) by Andrzej Zulawski, with Romy Schneider and Fabio Testi, César for Best Actress to Romy Schneider in 1976

Mr Hire (France / 1989) by Patrice Leconte, with Michel Blanc and Sandrine Bonnaire, César for Best Sound in 1990

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Monsieur Hire © 1989 Jean-Marie Leroy / Hachette Premiere / France 3 Cinema / UGC International / Pathé Films
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death live (France / 1980) by Bertrand Tavernier, with Romy Schneider and Harvey Keitel

Panic (France / 1946) by Julien Duvivier, with Viviane Romance and Michel Simon

Sex lies and video (United States / 1989) by Steven Soderbergh, with James Spader and Andie MacDowell, Palme d’or and Best Actor Award to James Spader at the Cannes Film Festival in 1989

A dirty story (France / 1977) by Jean Eustache, with Michael Lonsdale

The Voyeur (United Kingdom / 1960) by Michael Powell, with Karlheinz Böhm and Moira Shearer

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Panic © 1946 Raymond Voinquel / Filmsonor Marceau / Les Acacias All rights reserved

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