An air of Croisette on Arte and OCS

To console themselves for the cancellation of the Cannes Film Festival 2020, the two channels offer a choice of films selected or awarded in previous editions. Diffuse arte Paterson (2016), a little wonder by Jim Jarmusch, with Adam Driver as a poet bus driver and Golshifteh Farahani who makes cakes. © Mary Cybulsky Well obliged. […]

At war with boredom: barred western, surrealism and variétoc

1-With opium western Those who have retained the name of S. Craig Zahler for his remarkable thriller Dragged over the bitumen, released directly on video on demand and in the hollow of last summer, will be delighted to learn that his first feature has landed on Prime Video. Released in 2015, Bone Tomahawk works the […]

Discover the first episode of L’Agent immobilier, Arte’s new crazy series

EXCLUSIVE – Faced with an imperial Eddy Mitchell, Mathieu Amalric plays a depressive anti-hero in this burlesque fiction co-signed by the Israeli writer Etgar Keret and his wife, the director Shira Geffen. Or how a legacy can open the doors to hell for you. The entirety of this mini-series is broadcast on Arte from May […]

At war with boredom: puffs, punkettes and pyromaniac moods

1 – With federations Made by Coppola to fill the financial gap left by the revolutionary Heart stroke, Cotton club (1984) is even more underestimated. Silenced by some as a whim of producer in collapse (Robert Evans), by others as a winding attempt to reiterate the historic success of the Godfather, the film is seen […]

At war with boredom: cartels, kazoo and a boarding school for young girls

With babies interchanged Hasn’t the time come to rediscover the depths of French comedy? Of course, with the viewing of Little Michu, operetta by André Messager composed in 1897 which contains everything a confined person can dream of: twin sisters, an interchange of babies, a rigid soldier, stupid merchants… Presented in a garish pink candy-duck […]

At war against boredom: meditation, soft zombies and squeaks

With Toulouse cassoulet “Hello, my anger! Hello, my aggressiveness! And my wrath, hello! ” The meeting is open. At the helm, a celebrity (promo 80s: Renaud, Guy Bedos, Cohn-Bendit, Yannick Noah …) awaits the indictment of the prosecution. At the desk, the prosecutor is called Pierre Desproges and makes the brocades rain on the defendant. […]

“Workers’ Time”, strike factory – Culture / Next

“L’history changed them and they changed history, transformed the way we think and live together. Without them, neither space travel nor universal suffrage. ” In the time of the workers, four-part documentary series broadcast from April 28 on Arte, the first episode of which can be seen exclusively on, Stan Neumann (1) weaves the […]

“Something is unbearable in these deserted streets”

How do we understand the transition to deconfinement? What has been encountered “during” that we want to keep “after”? Release asked … … Ruth Zylberman, documentary maker and writer “In the dilated time of confinement where the news is constantly flowing, one of my first gestures was to take my diary since January to find […]

Learn from Ebola

We met Stanley Juah on November 24, 2014, the day he was released as an Ebola survivor from a treatment center in the Bong district of Liberia. He was sitting on a plastic chair in front of the barrier that separated the healthy from the sick. He punched the air, raised his fists to his […]

Paula Beer in “Bad Banks”: “I don’t believe in stubbornness”

Karriere, power and money – no matter what the price. That’s what the ZDF series “Bad Banks” is all about. It tells of the young, ambitious banker Jana Liekam (played by Paula Beer), who tries to advance her career in the banking world by all means. The first season of “Bad Banks” not only won […]