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Censorship falls on ‘Return to Dust’, the surprise letter from Chinese cinema

The Chinese movie “Return to dust” has been missing from screens and internet platforms since September 27. Unprecedented censorship for a film that, however, had been validated for the first time, this summer, and that was a box office success. But this realistic depiction of harsh rural life in China seems to have become a …

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Expelled from “Télématin” after a column on the Nice attack, Alexandra Pizzagali expresses her regret

She had not responded to our requests. Like no other. And for good reason, Alexandra Pizzagali cut off her phone the week after her controversial column on the Nice bombing on “Télématin,” her first on television. It was a month ago, just as the trial was starting. This Sunday she came out of silence in …

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Nuit blanche celebrates its 20th anniversary in Paris and the region

It’s a year like no other for Nuit Blanche, celebrating its 20th anniversary. On the night from Saturday to Sunday, the event will put contemporary art in the spotlight on the streets of major cities. For the first time, the next edition of Nuit blanche, in 2023, will be held in June. Famous White Night, …

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How viewers continue to watch the channels of the TF1 group despite the conflict with Canal+

“The screen is small and the sound is bad, but do I really have a choice?”breathes Jean-Michel, CanalSat subscriber. To follow the “Tomorrow is ours”, “Everything begins here” and the TMC soap operas, this retiree from Var now connects to MyTF1, through his smartphone. The same to see 13:00 of Marie-Sophie Lacarrau, who finds “more …

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Death of Suzanne Lipinska, owner of the Moulin d’Andé, New Wave hotspot

He had settled in 1956 in this 12th century building overlooking the Seine, which he had transformed into a high place of cultural influence. Owner of the artistic residence Le Moulin d’Andé, Suzanne Lipinska passed away this Friday, September 30 at the age of 94, after having dedicated 60 years to making this popular New …

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Haitian Gaëlle Bien-Aimé, winner of the RFI Theater Award 2022 for “Port-au-Prince and its sweet night”

For a whole night, she awakens with tenderness and terror the nightmare dreams and realities of a couple in love in Port-au-Prince. With this sublime, metaphorical and poetic portrait of her country, the Haitian Gaëlle Bien-Aimé, 34, won the 2022 RFI Theater Prize that will be awarded this Sunday, September 25, at the Festival des …

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In London, Damien Hirst exposes NFT and burns his paintings

In his London gallery, the artist presents “The coin“. A project made up of 10,000 ephemeral paintings that all correspond to an NFT. What is more valuable, physical or digital artwork? Damien Hirst presents his first exhibition with NFT, these digital reproductions that are revolutionizing the art market, starting on Friday September 22 in London, …

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“Disney’s Little Mermaid or the story of an algorithmic scandal”

By Aurélie Jean Aware 9 hours ago, Updated 7 hours ago “Those who criticize the infidelity to the original narrative will be reminded that the ending of the 1989 Disney cartoon is much happier than Andersen’s original work.” Frederic Monceau FIGAROVOX/CHRONICLE – A scientist changed the heroine’s skin color in the trailer for the 2023 …

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