“With Viola Davis it is impossible to have the Impostor Syndrome”: ‘The King Woman’, fascinating in front of and behind the cameras

A film directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood about the Amazons of the Kingdom of Dahomey that hits theaters this Friday, November 25 and already smells like an Oscar. A couple of months ago it arrived at the theaters on the other side of the pond and it is already rumored that Viola Davis (57) could make … Read more

Nestled in the heart of nature, these architectural cabins are fascinating

The cabin is reinvented with these constructions in the heart of nature and with an ultra-contemporary design. Zoom. Whether at the edge of a lake, in a snowy mountain, in the middle of the wilderness, architects have wanted to challenge themselves by building unusual cabins in new and natural places. We call “cabins” small houses … Read more

Fascinating documentary “Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song” is presented in Morelia


Apparently they didn’t choose the song, the song chose them when a friend forced them to see Cohen in the long tour that the Canadian singer-songwriter gave towards the end of his life. “A very dear friend bought us tickets, took us across the bridge from San Francisco to Oakland to see Leonard. Moment zero … Read more

Shantaram on AppleTV+: “India has always been considered fascinating to the eyes of the whole world”


Meet Steven Lightfoot and Charlie Hunnam, respectively showrunner and main actor of the “Shantaram” series (adapted from the eponymous novel) to discover on the AppleTV+ platform. How did the idea of ​​adapting Gregory David Roberts’ book into a television series come about? Steve Lightfoot (showrunner): I was lucky not to have to wait several years … Read more

Le Vie dei Tesori in Catania: 5 weekends to discover 18 fascinating places and 14 unforgettable experiences

A program that is as curious and precious as this year never before: Le Vie dei Tesori returns to Catania for its fifth consecutive year and puts together a calendar of eighteen places, enriched by many experiences and walks, in the historic center and above all, outside the city, climb Mount Etna in search of … Read more

“Friends, costumes and communes”, a fascinating journey through artistic collectives


“Can art change the personal relationships and lifestyles of those who practice it, beyond constituting an occupation? Is that the meaning of artist collectives? What role do they have in what we can begin to consider the history of a long counterculture? These are some of the questions raised by the historian and teacher Julia … Read more