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

ALL ON SCREEN Quentin Mengual E sport in the skin

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

Controversy at the Golden Globes towards an increase in the

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

1638719507 The 10 best musicals to watch and replay at home

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

The best horror movies to watch to freak out in front of your screen

1634564617 The best horror movies to watch to freak out in

Halloween returns like every October 31 with the promise of a special day full of thrills. And what better way to enjoy this celebration than a good movie program? The Seventh Art offers us beautiful nuggets for all tastes between slashers, paranormal phenomena and other frightening experiences. To celebrate Halloween, the editorial staff offers you … Read more

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

Controversy at the Golden Globes towards an increase in the

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