‘Avatar’ returns to the cinema between nostalgia and expectation

In one of the central scenes of Avatarby James Cameron, Jack Sully (Sam Worthington) looks at the world around him in wonder. She travels in a spaceship around the floating mountains of the fictional world of Pandora and the scenery couldn’t be more amazing. “You should see your face,” says pilot Trudy Chacon (Michelle Rodriguez), … Read more

The Migration Festival returns to Turin between art, music and cinema

The Migration Festival returns to Turin for its fourth edition from 27 September to 2 October 2022 and also this year it unfolds in various places in the city, including the former Cemetery of San Pietro in Vincoli, the Scuola Holden, the Sandretto Foundation Re Rebaudengo, the offices of Pastorale Migranti and Valdocco and the … Read more

Cinema: “The man of God” or the dazzling figure of Nectaire d’Égine


Biggest success of the year 2021 in Greece, especially among young people, “The man of God” tells the life of Nectaire of Aegina (1846-1920), one of the greatest figures of Orthodox spirituality. In theaters March 10, 13 and 14. Nectarios of Aegina, who repeated throughout his life “Lord, have mercy on me a sinner”, gave … Read more

Five films to remember that Netflix is ​​also cinema


Reading time: 6 mins It must be admitted: Netflix’s cinema offer is less and less exciting. The original catalog has been somewhat frayed, events are rare, and it is not certain supposedly prestigious additions that will be enough to make the whole thing sexier – sorry, but who subscribes to Netflix or keeps its subscription … Read more

Tangier Film Festival: Tribute to the great figures of cinema


The 22nd edition of the National Film Festival in Tangier was launched on Friday, September 16, in an atmosphere of very warm reunions, after its interruption for two years, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The three tributes paid to the emblematic figures of the seventh art: Saïl, Tazi and Lamriki gave weight to this kick-off. … Read more

Cinema: immersed with David Bowie in “Moonage Daydream”


For the diversity of his work and the… For the diversity of his work and the complexity of his personality, David Bowie deserved a separate film object, an evocation rather than an explanation. This is the bet taken up by “Moonage Daydream”, an extraterrestrial film, both enjoyable and cerebral, built like a psychedelic fresco. Previewed … Read more

In theaters and streaming: the films with which Chilean cinema attacks


Argentine-Chilean comedy directed by Sebastián Schindel (family crimes) that is added to the global catalog of Amazon Prime Video. Eva (Leonor Varela) and Matías (Lucas Akoskin) are a couple that makes it easier for Bárbara (Florencia Peña) to meet Julián (Benjamín Vicuña), a friend of his who looks like a good prospect until the first … Read more