Movie theater. When the difference bursts the screen

SUMMARY fight for integration Spike for the future Recipes for success “Why does the little girl dream that she is on a merry-go-round?” “She had a car accident, she is in a coma”, answers Valérie Liebgott, who runs from one seat to another to hand the microphone to the CM1 students of the Faïenceries primary … Read more

[Cinéma] Avatar, the return to the big screen of James Cameron’s woke saga…

When it hit theaters in 2009, Avatar was considered by many to be a real revolution in terms of its technical prowess. Filmed entirely in catch performance [« capture de mouvement », NDLR] on green and blue backgrounds, the movie by James Cameron projected us into the XXIIe century on the planet Pandora where former … Read more

Screen Actors Guild Awards: surprise and a half | In cinema, the SAG Awards usually indicate a trend at the Oscars

CODA: signals of the heart, succession Y ted lasso headed the lists of winners in film and television at the 28th annual Premios del Screen Actors Guild They were delivered on Sunday night. Held this year at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar, the ceremony aired live on TNT and will be available on HBO Max this … Read more

James Cameron confides in “Avatar 2”: “I made this film for the big screen”

“ Hello guys! He may be Canadian, James Cameron, 68, impresses with a very Californian combination of relaxation and professionalism. Both “cool” and focused, he responds this Friday afternoon, December 2, to a cavalcade of interviews at the Bristol, in Paris. The many journalists were previously subjected to an antigen test, in the antechamber of … Read more

The week on screen: A series that carries the voice of the 11 First Peoples of Quebec

MONTREAL — Here is The Canadian Press television column for the week of November 19-25, 2022: The documentary series “Let us tell” travels more than 30,000 kilometers to carry the voice of the 11 First Peoples of Quebec, who recount their visions of the world, their connection to the territory, their cultures, their wounds, their … Read more

Inspirational heroines on the big screen

Therese, by Alain Cavalier, Two days, one night, brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, The innocents, by Anne Fontaine, Something is happening, by Anne Alix, Rome, by Alfonso Cuaron, The Perfect Candidate, of Haifaa al-Mansour… The 12e edition of the Cinema and Reconciliation festival, which will be held at the sanctuary of La Salette, has chosen … Read more

TIFF: Black people’s stories increasingly celebrated on the big screen | TIFF 2022

TIFF is known for its diversity and strong representation of black diaspora films and black filmmakerssays Nataleah Hunter-Young, the international programmer of films from Africa, West Asia and the Arab world. In its selection, the festival offers greater visibility to black filmmakers and actors, whether through its discovery platform or its flagship presentations. Nataleah Hunter-Young … Read more

The Anticipated Anime Is Heading To The Big Screen

Over the years, Japanese animation, or anime, has become increasingly popular with Western audiences, whether on the small screen or in theaters around the world. One of the greatest examples of this movement is Studio Ghibli’s vast collection of films that have crossed Japan to find new life in the United States with titles like … Read more

The Tarifa Film Festival opens its 19th edition with ‘Walk in the water’ and ‘Between the ink and the screen’

Tarifa Film Festival – JUNTA DE ANDALUCIA The city of Tarifa (Cádiz) hosts between May 27 and June 5, 2022 the 19th edition of the African Film Festival of Tarifa-Tangier FCAT, a cross-border festival in southern Europe about the cinemas of Africa and its diasporas. The presentation of Giants, an exhibition by Maïmouna Guerresi, marked … Read more