Isabelle Adjani indicted in 2020 for falsified refunds

By Le Figaro with AFP Published on 06/25/2022 at 1:35 p.m., Update on 06/25/2022 at 1:36 p.m. Isabelle Adjani on 1is March 2022, in Paris, during the presentation of Christian Dior’s fall-winter 2022-2023 collection. JULIEN DE ROSA / AFP The legal action revealed by Release could benefit from a dismissal, assures the lawyer of the […]

The author of the parody How to kill her husband sentenced for spousal murder

A US court in Oregon has found romance writer Nancy Crampton Brophy guilty of killing her husband. Reality has surpassed fiction. In 2011, Nancy Crampton-Brophy published on her blog a pungent essay soberly titled How to kill her husband. Devoted to the art and the way of getting rid of a spouse without being worried […]

an association wants to give a facelift to lyrical art

Fabrique Opéra, based in Grenoble, involves 400 to 500 students in opera projects in order to fight against the aging of the public. How to prevent opera, with a minority and rather elderly audience, from declining in France? The Fabrique Opéra association has set itself the task of giving it a facelift by bringing in […]

On the series front, the revolution from Eastern Europe

DECRYPTION – Making a breakthrough in festivals, productions from the Balkans, Poland, Hungary are essential on our screens even if the war in Ukraine upsets the situation. From Séries Mania to Canneséries via the autumnal Geneva festival, fiction from Eastern Europe and the Balkans conquers programming and prizes. This is like the awards given to […]

Actu // The subject of working time at the heart of the news

Written by ID CiTé on 05/11/2022 Between a strong political context, a health crisis, an international crisis and its economic consequences, the subject of working time is at the heart of the news. Small illustration by talking about managers’ relationship to time, the lengthening of life (and work), and atypical hours and their consequences. In […]

The Paris Conservatory, ranked fourth best performing arts institution in the world

The French establishment rose to the level of the Juilliard School in New York, the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna and the Royal College of Music in London, which took first place. The National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris (CNSMDP) has been ranked the fourth best performing arts education institution […]

Gary Oldman and the Dunces of Spying on Apple TV+

REVIEW – In this tasty British black comedy, sidelined MI5 agents inherit a dirty business. Decryption with one of his not very talented recruits: Scottish comedian Jack Lowden. Aston Martins, state-of-the-art weapons, female admirers… James Bond made a monstrous advertisement for the profession of spy, but where do agents end up who don’t have the […]

Belgian artist Jan Fabre tried, in his absence, for sexual harassment at work

Twelve women accuse the 63-year-old visual artist and choreographer, who faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison. The trial begins Friday. The trial of the famous Belgian artist Jan Fabre, prosecuted in particular for “violence” and “sexual harassment” within his dance company, opened Friday morning, in his absence, before the Antwerp Criminal Court. […]

steeple quarrels at the cathedral

INVESTIGATION – The sum allocated to the reconstruction of Notre-Dame – nearly 1 billion euros – has given rise to ambitions, calculations and rivalries. Consequence of these conflicts unknown to the general public: several questions about the future of the cathedral remain unanswered. “They dream of having a plaque in their name on a facade […]