“Simone, the journey of the century”, the strong and moving biopic of Olivier Dahan

Would Olivier Dahan become the specialist in biopics? After La Môme on Edith Piaf and Grace of Monaco, he returns to the career of Simone Veil, entrusting the title role to Rebecca Marder and Elsa Zylberstein, who play the stateswoman at pivotal moments in her life. From her happy childhood in Nice – briefly depicted … Read more

I would like to tell you that, 11 September live: Rai 2’s journey begins in search of exciting stories

From Sunday 11 September, the new TV program I would like to tell you that with Elisa Isoardi will be broadcast on Rai 2 at 3.00 pm. Starts today, Sunday 11 September at 15.00 on Rai 2the journey of I would like to tell you that, the new television program conducted by Elisa Isoardi. The … Read more

Lucas Chevalier’s father talks about his son’s journey

From trained player to real star, there is only one step for Lucas Chevalier, now holder in the cages of LOSC. An ascent on which came back The Team by noting the confidences of his father, Freddy Chevalier. Initially a field player, Lucas Chevalier was far from destined to assume the stature of the ultimate … Read more

the journey to nowhere

The token *** ‘Delirium’. Seville Biennial. Patricia Guerrero. Dance, artistic direction and choreography: Patricia Guerrero. Dance: Martí Córbera, Maise Márquez, Gloria del Rosario, Ana Pérez, Hugo Sánchez, Ángel Fariña, Fernando Jiménez. Flamenco guitar and musical direction: Daniel de Moron. Keyboards: Oscar A. Rifbjerg. Percussions: Agustin Diassera. Sing: Sergio Gómez ‘El Colorao’, Amparo Lagares. Dramaturgy: Juan … Read more

the journey to nowhere

The token *** ‘Delirium’. Seville Biennial. Patricia Guerrero. Dance, artistic direction and choreography: Patricia Guerrero. Dance: Martí Córbera, Maise Márquez, Gloria del Rosario, Ana Pérez, Hugo Sánchez, Ángel Fariña, Fernando Jiménez. Flamenco guitar and musical direction: Daniel de Moron. Keyboards: Oscar A. Rifbjerg. Percussions: Agustin Diassera. Sing: Sergio Gómez ‘El Colorao’, Amparo Lagares. Dramaturgy: Juan … Read more

Out of hours | Martin Scorsese and that crazy journey in the Kafkaesque Soho

ROME – Despite Martin Scorsese’s eighties they had a strong start with wild bull and his two Oscars in 1981 (actor and editor), the next work, King for one night, was greeted with great skepticism by critics and audiences. Today considered a cult, quoted in the spirit by Joker (we also told you about it … Read more