Cannes: At 15, a young Belgian actor bursts the screen in “Close”, in competition

POINTE-A-PITRE: It can be caught with tweezers: the largest bacterium in the world, 5000 times larger than its peers and with a much more complex structure, was discovered in Guadeloupe, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Science. “Thiomargarita magnifica” measures up to two centimeters, looks like an “eyelash” and shakes up the … Read more

100% Tom Cruise (Arte) evening: from his first screen tests to Top Gun: Maverick

The Franco-German channel is offering an evening 100% dedicated to the hero of Top Gun: Maverick with a movie, The color of money by Martin Scorsese and the rerun of a documentary. Already broadcast in November 2020, the documentary Tom Cruise: Body and Soul (2019), signed Régis Brochier, retraces, of course, the career of the … Read more

“More than ever”, goodbye on the big screen by Gaspard Ulliel

Here are the twenty-one films in competition for the Palme d’Or at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, five of which are directed by women. Future Crimes by David Croenberg The director of “Crash” (1996) is not used to sparing his audience: at 79, the Canadian should prove it once again, with this film which is … Read more

“The stars, for them, are not the people on the screen but the directors”: A24, the new code of independent cinema

By Clementine Goldszal Published today at 06:00 Reserved for our subscribers InvestigationA letter and two numbers in the credits synonymous with quality independent film. Ten years after its creation, this New York distribution and production company has become a key player in the cinephilia world. Omnipresent in Cannes this year, A24 could obtain the consecration. … Read more

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2022: Helen Mirren Honorary Award – Film Review

Excalibur © 1981 Arnaud Sélignac / Orion Pictures / Cinema ’84 / Warner Bros. France All rights reserved On the other side of the Atlantic, the health situation does not seem to worry anyone for the moment. It is therefore to be hoped that the cinema prize season will be able to take place there … Read more

Apocalypse Now Final Cut (Canal+ Big screen): what is the difference between all the versions of Coppola’s cult film?

Apocalypse Now is a masterpiece and perhaps one of the greatest films in the history of cinema. Since its presentation at the Cannes Film Festival in 1979 (from which it left with the Palme d’Or), Francis Ford Coppola’s feature film has undergone several re-edits and versions. Let’s try to clarify this. In 1979, when Francis … Read more

ALL ON SCREEN Quentin Mengual: E-sport in the skin – Objectif Gard

Le Beaucairois, here on the left, with Brak and Bruce (Photo Quentin Mengual) They are from Gard and have a career on the web and on television. Here is the portrait of local youtubers, instagramers, tik-tokers and reality TV candidates. Jack of all trades, Quentin Mengual was first a raseteur before turning to a more … Read more

Controversy at the Golden Globes: towards an increase in the recognition of minorities on the screen? – She

In France, the debate is taking shape more timidly. The Césars 2020 ceremony is a turning point for an industry that speaks little on the subject. On the stage of the Salle Pleyel, the actress Aïssa Maga counts on the fingers of one hand the non-white talents nominated for the Caesar and confronts French cinema … Read more

The 10 best musicals to watch and replay at home or on the big screen

Nothing like a good musical to fill up with a good mood and let go. While “West Side Story” by Steven Spielberg, hits theaters on December 8, here are the 10 best films mixing song and dance to (re) discover. “Singing in the Rain”, by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly (1952) Released in 1952, “Singing … Read more