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  • Cómo leer libros en otros idiomas
    Aprender un idioma puede convertirse en un obstáculo si limitamos el aprendizaje a la educación formal. Podemos aprovechar el contenido que nos rodea (series, películas, libros…) para afianzar nuestros conocimientos sobre una lengua. Los idiomas son necesarios para desenvolvernos con soltura en un mundo que cada vez está más globalizado. Saber una lengua te permite […]

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  • Cinéma : Gérard Jugnot, le maître des émotions
    Lors de sa carrière débutée voilà plus de 40 ans, Gérard Jugnot a joué plus de 110 rôles, en faisant mourir de rire ou pleurer à chaudes larmes. Sonia Patricelli a rencontré l’acteur culte des "Bronzés font du ski" et du "Père Noel est une ordure" pour son dernier film "Pourris, gâtés", de Nicolas Cuche. Il incarne un père qui veut donner une leçon de vie à ses enfants bien trop gâtés. L’occasion d’aborder les multiples facettes et les mille talents d’une personnalité chère au cœur des français.
  • "Dune" de Denis Villeneuve, à mi-chemin entre blockbuster et film d'auteur
    Dans cette émission 100% cinéma, Laure Manent et Thomas Baurez nous parlent des dernières sorties cinéma, avec notamment le tant attendu "Dune" de Denis Villeneuve, adapté du roman de science-fiction de Frank Herbert publié en 1965. L'adaptation cinématographique de cet ouvrage a connu une histoire tumultueuse : après les tentatives infructueuses d'Alejandro Jodorowsky et de Ridley Scott, la version de David Lynch proposée en 1984 a été jugée décevante.
  • La première saison d'Alexander Neef à la tête de l'Opéra de Paris
    L’Opéra national de Paris renoue avec le public en ce mois de septembre. Nous recevons à cette occasion Alexander Neef, qui a pris ses fonctions de Directeur Général voilà un an.

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  • Supply, demand or prayer

    Istanbul’s water reserves are drying up: increasingly severe droughts, intense urban development and the growing population all have their impact. With no miracle cure in sight, environmental science looks for proven ways to reduce water loss in times of scarcity.

    The post Supply, demand or prayer appeared first on Eurozine.

  • Mutualism, massive and the city to come

    In the 1990s Britain was under Thatcherite continuity rule. But radio waves were appearing that carried fragments of the future: weekend broadcasts of a new kind of music – Jungle – were being illegally beamed across the city from improvised studios in empty flats, via aerials on tower block rooftops.

    The post Mutualism, massive and the city to come appeared first on Eurozine.

  • Arbitrary lines

    The myth of European exceptionalism no longer holds: the continent's boundaries are arbitrary, its heritage mixed and controversial, and unfit for a unified identity to hold it together. If we give up the commonplaces that have proven insufficient, what can then define and unify this peninsula of peninsulas? True democratic dissent, Ferenc Laczó argues.

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  • A different kind of chill at Chill & Co. [Serifos]

    Words Marta Knas

    Halfway to Milos, about two hours away sailing from Athens, there is an island of Serifos – 1441 inhabitants, a hilly land surrounded by the shimmering Aegean Sea. Quiet & picturesque, the allure of this beautiful spot is immediately felt upon arrival in the port.

  • Yayoi Kusama: I Want Your Tears to Flow with the Words I Wrote

    Words Emily Sandiford

    In 2009, Yayoi Kusama began a series of paintings that would form an essential, and ongoing, part of her practice for over a decade. Entitled My Eternal Soul, this collection of acrylic paintings forms the basis of her latest exhibition at the Victoria Miro gallery: I Want Your Tears to Flow with the Words I Wrote. 

  • SIZED Exhibition in Los Angeles

    Words TL Team

    Multidisciplinary creative studio OFFSITE.STUDIO focused on a dynamic artist collaborations with SIZED in Los Angeles, an exhibition and platform of works for the home and life.

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