♥ “Toni Erdmann” tonight on ARTE: a multi-award winning favorite film – Bulles de Culture

1638423180 Toni Erdmann tonight on ARTE a multi award winning favorite film

Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek in the movie “Toni Erdmann” © Haut et Court Culture bubbles – editorial staff 2021-12-02 To share On television on ARTE and in streaming / replay: Toni Erdmann (2016) by Maren Ade with Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek, Michael Wittenborn, Thomas Loibl, Trystan Pütter, Ingrid Bisu and Hadewych Minis in the … Read more

Mario Vargas Llosa, the new “immortal” and his love of French culture

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According to the criteria of Know more The history of Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa and France is an eternal chain of affections. An attachment that surrenders in admiration. Without French culture, the novelist would never have been the writer he is today, because he not only outlined his character as reader and writer but … Read more

“Bulgarian culture is too well kept a secret”, by Theodore Ushev

Bulgarian culture is too well kept a secret by Theodore

Stoyan Michalkovski, a Bulgarian writer known for his fables inspired by La Fontaine, wrote the story of a snail and an eagle. As you can imagine, the story ends badly for the little shellfish. However, as their conversation takes place in the mountains, the astonished eagle asks the snail how he got so high. “By … Read more

“A Star Is Born” tonight on TF1 with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper – Bulles de Culture

1637476148 A Star Is Born tonight on TF1 with Lady Gaga

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in the movie “A Star Is Born” © WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Culture bubbles – editorial staff 2021-11-21 To share On television this evening on TF1 and in streaming: A Star Is Born (2018) by Bradley Cooper with Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliott, Andrew Dice Clay … Read more

Audrey Diwan: “I was struck by the strength of the culture of shame in which we still live today” – Les Inrocks

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By adapting “L’Événement” by Annie Ernaux, Audrey Diwan questions the place of women in society through the story of an illegal abortion in France in the 1960s. Meeting with the filmmaker, winner of the Golden Lion of the last Venice Film Festival, and its actress, the formidable Anamaria Vartolomei. “When you impose a trip, you … Read more

“Jimmy’s Hall” tonight on ARTE: Ken Loach’s 24th feature film – Bulles de Culture

1636523818 Jimmys Hall tonight on ARTE Ken Loachs 24th feature film

Barry Ward and Simone Kirby in the movie “Jimmy’s Hall” © Sixteen Jimmy Limited / Why Not Productions / Wild Bunch / Element Pictures / France 2 Cinéma / Channel Four Television Corporation Culture bubbles – editorial staff 2021-11-10 To share On television this evening on ARTE and in streaming / eplay: Jimmy’s Hall (2014) … Read more

This November 12 ends the first call for the César Milstein Award – Aptus | Education, culture, art, education and training news

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The National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) and the Pablo Cassará Foundation, through the Institute of Science and Technology Dr. César Milstein (ICT Milstein, CONICET-Pablo Cassará Foundation), launch the first edition of the “César Milstein Award – For research in biotechnology with an impact on Health”. This Award -which is part of the … Read more

Review of literary awards, their favorites and their scandals in the box office of culture

Review of literary awards their favorites and their scandals in

Welcome to the Box Office, the show’s weekly meeting point Soft Power. Every week, we look at cultural trends and the biggest hits of the moment. In partnership with the GfK research institute for books and video games and CBO Box Office for cinema. Medici Prize for Christine Angot, Fémina Prize for Clara Dupont-Monod, scandal … Read more

Writer Abdulrazak Gurnah won the Nobel Prize for Literature – Aptus | Education, culture, art, education and training news

1636212797 Writer Abdulrazak Gurnah won the Nobel Prize for Literature

Tanzanian writer Abdulrazak Gurnah, based in the United Kingdom and author of novels such as “Paradise” and “Desertion”, was distinguished with the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature “For his uncompromising and compassionate insight into the effects of colonialism and the fate of refugees in the gulf between cultures and continents,” according to the Swedish Academy … Read more

The most censored books in the US offer a very different portrait of the so-called “culture of cancellation.”

1635973860 The most censored books in the US offer a very

What are the books that we have typically heard of when reflecting on literary censorship in American classrooms? The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn would be one of them, that scathing satire on the superstitious southern society in the slave era and that is prohibited or altered in a systematic way to include stereotypes and racial … Read more