Cinema – Launch of “Tigritudes”: African cinema from all angles – Lequotidien – General information journal

Cinema Launch of Tigritudes African cinema from all angles

From January 1 to February 27, the Forum des Images de Paris presents a selection of 126 African films of all genres. A selection that should then circulate on the continent, starting with Burkina Faso. The simple reading of this title, Tigritudes, makes it possible to understand that this vast anthology offered by the Forum … Read more

€91.4 million in revenue in 2021 for French cinema abroad

1642534797 E914 million in revenue in 2021 for French cinema abroad

01/11/2022 – Despite the complicated environment of global theaters hampered by the pandemic, the diversity of French cinema continued to circulate around the world last year Around the world in 80 days by Samuel Tourneux Cinemas closed almost the entire first half of the year in a lot of territories, health precautionary measures generating “stop … Read more

“Love is better than life”** by Claude Lelouch: “I say my last words, with the cinema”

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– The word “life” appears in the title of your last three films released at the cinema. Certainly no coincidence… “Life is the greatest screenwriter in the world. And I’m lucky to work with it. She has all the nerves. I feel protected when life prompts me with characters and situations. Remember, a few weeks … Read more

Cinema Releases: Matrix Resurrections – A Hero

Cinema Releases Matrix Resurrections – A Hero

The nugget and heart stroke, it is a Cannes award-winning Iranian film ”A Hero” and the long-awaited return of Neo and Trinity, the heroes of the saga worship ”Matrix”! Almost 20 years after the end of the original trilogy, fans will finally be able to discover ”Matrix Resurrections”, the direct sequel to the last episode … Read more

“Nightmare Alley”: Guillermo del Toro returns to the cinema with a dark and disturbing new film

Nightmare Alley Guillermo del Toro returns to the cinema with

This film noir that captures “the angst of our time” is Guillermo del Toro’s first feature film since winning the Oscars for “The Shape of Water”. Nightmare Alley, Guillermo del Toro’s new film in theaters on Wednesday, is set in the dark and murky world of 1940s monster fairs: a fable about pretense, lies and … Read more

Discover Japan between origami and cinema in Saint-Agrève – La Commère 43

Discover Japan between origami and cinema in Saint Agreve La

As part of the North-South Meetings, an invitation to discover Japan between origami and cinema this week in Saint-Agrève. As every year in January, a team of volunteers and employees of the socio-cultural center of Saint-Agrève “L’Odyssée” organizes the North-South Meetings which have at heart to make discover each year a different country to the … Read more

Ouistreham, Scream… Cinema outings not to be missed

Ouistreham Scream Cinema outings not to be missed

New generation scream, a pure cinema experience or even the adaptation of Florence Aubenas’ bestseller… The editorial staff has selected the new films not to be missed this week. Juliette Binoche in Ouistreham. © Memento Distribution Memoria Cult filmmaker, the Thai Apichatpong Weerasethakul (2010 gold palm for Uncle Boonmee, the one who remembers his past … Read more

Sweet madness and poetry and punk: Scandinavian cinema in the spotlight on Filmo

1642101780 Sweet madness and poetry and punk Scandinavian cinema in the

Scandinavian cinema counts among its representatives some of the greatest active filmmakers. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to them, with Filmo. Willingly caricatured as an airtight cinema, not really funny, even authorizing to the extreme, just good enough to stimulate the cerebral hemispheres of Parisian spectators downing quinoa. Except that on the contrary, … Read more

Magritte du Cinéma 2022: the nominations are revealed!

Magritte du Cinema 2022 the nominations are revealed

A refreshing renewal after two difficult years 2020 and 2021 for Belgian cinema in particular and cinema in general, with the cessation of filming following the first confinement and then the extended closure of cinemas, for more than 7 months in a row. winter to last spring in Belgium. Thus Une vie démente, the first … Read more

“Tigritudes”, African cinema from all angles – Jeune Afrique

Tigritudes African cinema from all angles Jeune Afrique

From January 1 to February 27, the Forum des Images de Paris presents a selection of 126 African films of all genres. A selection that should then circulate on the continent, starting with Burkina Faso. Just reading this title Tigritudes, allows us to understand that this vast anthology offered by the Forum des Images is … Read more