With “Tirailleurs” and “Les Harkis”, Cannes plunges into France’s colonial past

Presented at the start of the Cannes Film Festival, the films “Tirailleurs” and “Les Harkis” address the fate of Africans enlisted in the French army during the First World War and the Algerian war. Two historical films that have in common to explore the complexities of war, without Manichaeism. This is one of the great … Read more

the Amazon series will have nothing to do with the universe you know

Fans of Frodo, Gandalf and Bilbo will be delighted to hear that The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Powerwill have nothing to do with the movies. In 2017, Amazon secured the rights to Lord of the Rings. An acquisition that scared the unconditional fans of Tolkien and the Peter Jackson trilogy, especially shortly … Read more

Top 10 fake connections found in cult cartoons

False connections, in the cinema, there are heaps of them! In movies, sagas (cc Harry Potter), series (Xoxo Gossip Girl) and of course… in cartoons! So no, we’re not going to reveal them all to you, we’ll let you spot them yourself (in truth, we’re just too lazy to give you a top 300, you … Read more

Top 10 horror movies that traumatized us the most in our childhood

So first of all first one: kids aren’t supposed to watch horror movies what the fuck? In short, apart from the fact that I discover that we all had irresponsible parents, your contributions have been rich in trauma. We feel that your nightmares have been fed by these horrible works. Editor’s note, we are aware … Read more

the Amazon series will have nothing to do with the universe you know

Fans of Frodo, Gandalf and Bilbo will be delighted to hear that The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Powerwill have nothing to do with the movies. In 2017, Amazon secured the rights to Lord of the Rings. An acquisition that scared the unconditional fans of Tolkien and the Peter Jackson trilogy, especially shortly … Read more

Netflix, Disney+… streaming platforms steal many spectators from cinemas

A study confirms that Netflix, Amazon, Disney+ and other SVoD platforms are indeed encroaching on cinema audiences in France. The 2022 edition of the Cannes Film Festival is about to begin. If the great film festival is as celebrated as it is jeered at on the Croisette every year, it remains a testimony to the … Read more

“Going up the stairs in Cannes is like stepping out of your own body”

By Océane Ciuni and Mathilde Seifert Posted yesterday at 12:26, Update yesterday at 2:04 p.m. L’Oréal Paris Ambassador, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is the central player in Game Of Thrones. MS L’Oréal Paris Ambassador, of which he has been one of the spokespersons for several years, the actor of Game Of Thrones gave himself up to a … Read more

another Stephen King adaptation that flopped at the box office

The latest adaptation of a Stephen King novel, Firestarterfails to convince the public and is embarrassed at the US box office. A popular novelist since the 1970s, Stephen King quickly saw his works adapted to the cinema. If a certain Brian De Palma launched the movement with Carrie at the Devil’s Ball in 1977, the … Read more

At the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, Africa advances out of competition

What is Africa’s place at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival? The absence of an African director in the running for the Palme d’Or should not make us lose sight of the fact that Africa remains very present in the official selection of this 75th edition, and beyond. From our special correspondent at the Cannes Film … Read more

Junk Head: review of a cyberpunk exploit

The work of a life Junkhead is the filmed proof that cinema can change a life, or at least that cinephilia forges creativity. Takahide Hori worked in interior design before devoting himself to stop-motion animation, the only technique allowing him to go behind the camera without sacrificing his solitude. An artistic turn that he justifies … Read more