Centenary of the writer Norman Mailer, disappointed husband of America

Centenary of the writer Norman Mailer disappointed husband of America

IN THE TELERAMA ARCHIVES – The author of “The Executioner’s Song” was the rebellious conscience of the United States, his adored country but for which he forgave nothing. On January 31, he would have been 100 years old. A great opportunity to (re)read this portrait published in our columns when he died in 2007. He … Read more

Cannes Film Festival: Norman writer Annie Ernaux presents her film “The Super 8 Years”

In her film “The Super 8 Years” presented at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, the Norman writer Annie Ernaux recounts the decade that made her one of the greatest voices in French literature. Presented on Monday May 23, 2022 at the Directors’ Fortnight, The super 8 years was born from the desire to reclaim dozens … Read more

James Gray at the head of a series on the American writer Norman Mailer

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The director of The night is ours, Two Lovers and Ad Astra will write and direct a series on the New York writer Norman Mailer (1923-2007), recently caught in the heart of a new controversy in the American literary world. James Gray has more than one string to its bow. After trying his hand at … Read more

Do you know Norman Borlaug? The Nobel Peace Prize made studies in the Yaqui Valley to eliminate world hunger – Puente Project

1648259584 Do you know Norman Borlaug The Nobel Peace Prize made

Yaqui Valley, Sonora.- This March 25 marks the birth of Norman Ernst Borlaug, father of the “green revolution” and modern agriculture. He won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1970 for innovating hybrid seed fields and defended the research as the only means to bolster food production and thus eliminate world famine. In the 40’s, Mexico … Read more

Archive | 35 years ago, Norman McLaren, explorer of sound and movement, left us

Archive 35 years ago Norman McLaren explorer of sound

A gigantic career Born in Scotland in 1914, Norman McLaren immigrated to Canada in 1941. He then joined the team at the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). He quickly displayed his originality and his taste for exploration. He also contributed to the development of Quebec and Canadian cinema then in full swing. In 2006, … Read more

From cancel culture to infox: Norman Mailer victim of modernity

From cancel culture to infox Norman Mailer victim of modernity

The specialized newsletter The Ankler was perhaps the first editorial controversy of the year. In an article, the journalist Michael Wolff, who notably signed Fire and fury, a book on the backstage of the White House under Trump (translated by Isabelle Chelley, Nikki Copper, Michel Faure and Valérie Le Plouhinec), revealed on January 3 that … Read more

Colette: the incredible story of a resistant Norman, awarded at the Oscars

Colette the incredible story of a resistant Norman awarded at

The documentary won the Oscar for best documentary short. It traces the work of memory carried out by a young historian and a nonagenarian from Normandy whose brother, resistant like her, died in a concentration camp at the age of seventeen. The story seems invented as befits a Hollywood production. And yet. Colette, a film … Read more