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2021 a déjà tiré sa révérence, mais nous laisse en souvenir une pléthore d??uvres cinématographe de grande qualité. Que ce soit du point de vue des critiques ou du public, des films de tous genres ont été favorablement accueillis cette année. Tout porte même à croire que certaines de ces ?uvres marqueront les esprits pour bien longtemps. Nous vous proposons de découvrir notre top 30 des meilleurs films sortis en 2021.

Oxygène

Dans ce thriller qui associe le suspense à l?horreur, Alexandre Aja (Haute Tension, 2003) récidive en qualité dans un genre qu?il maîtrise parfaitement. Son duo réussi avec l?actrice Mélanie Laurent accouche d?un film rythmé, absolument palpitant qui vous prend à la gorge.

Il s?agit de l?histoire d?une femme qui se retrouve prisonnière d?une chambre cryogénique sans avoir la moindre idée de comment elle y a atterri. La seule chose qui peut l?aider à s?en sortir est sa mémoire ainsi que son assistant virtuel qui a du mal à fonctionner correctement. Pendant ce temps, le niveau d?oxygène baisse inexorablement. Le temps passant, toutes les minutes deviennent précieuses.

Luca

Pendant un été particulièrement festif marqué par le farniente et les balades, un petit garçon nommé Luca passe des moments inoubliables sur les côtes italiennes. Ses vacances idylliques, Luka les passe en compagnie de son nouveau meilleur ami, Alberto.

Cependant, ce bonheur est menacé par un lourd secret : les deux amis sont en effet des montres marines qui se sont aventurés hors de leur environnement naturel pour se mélanger aux humains. Bravant l?interdiction de leurs parents, ils se sont fait des amis dans un milieu potentiellement hostile. Malgré que la terre ferme leur soit étranger, les deux ??garçons?? arrivent à faire disparaître leurs écailles et prendre la forme humaine.

Being the Ricardos

Ce film raconte la relation amoureuse et professionnelle du couple que formaient Lucille Ball et Desi Arnaz. Lorsque les deux superstars se rencontrent pour un tournage dans la période de l?après-guerre, tout ne se passe pas comme prévu. Mais leur collaboration donnera naissance à la sitcom I Love Lucy ; l?une des séries les plus populaires de l?histoire de la télévision américaine.

Sous la direction maîtrisée d?Aaron Sorkin, le film dévoile les contours des diffamations politiques, personnelles et des tabous culturels subis par un couple inhabituel pour son époque. Il est largement rehaussé par les performances de Nicole Kidman et Javier Bardem qui y endossent des rôles taillés pour des acteurs de leur rang.

Sans un bruit 2

Après les évènements qui les ont conduits hors de leurs abris, la famille Abbot doit maintenant faire face à la terreur et aux inconnus du monde extérieur. Survivre va devenir beaucoup plus difficile avec des monstres de plus en plus actifs et à l?acuité auditive encore plus développée. Mais ils vont se rendre compte qu?ils existent d?autres créatures encore plus terrifiantes dans cette nature livrée à elle-même. Pressés par le temps, les Abbot retrouve l?espoir après avoir capté un signal radio. Il indique l?emplacement présumé d?une colonie de survivants. Ils décident de braver les dangers et de la retrouver par tous les moyens.

The Boy Behind the Door

Ce film d?horreur co-dirigé par David Charbonier et Justin Powell fait partie des meilleures ?uvres de ce genre depuis très longtemps. Il est construit autour d?une histoire palpitante et originale qui a de quoi charmer les amateurs du genre.

Lorsqu?un jeune garçon nommé Bobby et son meilleur ami Kévin sont kidnappés et emmenés dans une maison de campagne isolée, le premier arrive à prendre la fuite. Dépourvu de tout aide extérieure et piégé à des kilomètres de tout endroit qui lui est familier, Bobby se lance dans une mission de sauvetage avec une grande détermination à sortir son ami Kévin et lui-même vivants.

Cruella

Dans la Grande-Bretagne des années 1960, Estella est une petite fille mature et intelligente qui a du mal à supporter les injustices. Renvoyée de son école, elle quitte sa ville en compagnie de sa mère pour s?installer à Londres. En chemin, cette dernière opère un détour pour se rendre dans le manoir d?une célèbre créatrice de mode où elle perdra la vie dans un accident tragique.

Désormais seule, Estella rencontre deux garçons ; les escrocs de rue Jasper et Horace. Des années plus tard, la jeune fille est devenue une couturière très talentueuse dans le Londres des années 70. Lorsqu?elle ne traîne pas avec sa bande d?amis filous, elle fait ses preuves chez ??La baronnesse?? ; une créatrice de mode narcissique qui l?a intégrée dans son atelier.

Red Notice

Avec un casting 5 étoiles qui réunit Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds et Gal Gadot, ce film gros budget a été l?une des plus grosses sensations de 2021. Selon les chiffres relayés par Netflix, la comédie d?action au budget avoisinant les 200 millions de dollars totalise 278 millions d?heures de vue en seulement 10 jours.

Des ?ufs décorés d?or et de pierres précieuses offert par Marc Antoine à Cléopâtre sont convoités par des malfrats de tout horizon. L?agent du F.B.I. John Hartley est appelé à la rescousse. Il devra non seulement unir ses forces avec un Nolan Booth, un grand voleur d?objets d?art, mais aussi faire preuve de ruse contre une voleuse encore plus redoutable.

Cousteau : de l?homme à la légende

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Ce film documentaire revient sur l?histoire d?une icône française. Il s?agit en effet d?un aperçu sur la vie, les centre d?intérêt, les combats, les contradictions, les exploits mais aussi les tragédies qui ont marqué la vie du célèbre explorateur et environnementaliste Jacques Cousteau.

Réalisé par l?américaine Liz Garbus et produit par la National Geographic, le documentaire est essentiellement une collection d?images d?archives fraîchement restaurées. Elles retracent le parcours atypique de cette ?? star des océans?? qui a surfé sur son image publique pour attirer l?attention du monde sur l?un des plus grands défis de notre époque.

Lamb

Dans l?Islande montagneuse, un couple (Maria et Ingvar) hanté par le deuil trouve son réconfort dans la vie monotone et taciturne de leur ferme éloignée. Leur existence va prendre une nouvelle tournure lorsqu?ils font une singulière découverte dans leur bergerie : un nouveau-né abandonné. Le couple décide de garder l?enfant et de l?élever. Cependant, l?arrivée du frère troublé d?Ingvar, Pétur, va contrecarrer leurs plans.

Il s?agit du premier film du réalisateur islandais Valdimar Johannsson. Il se présente sous la forme d?un conte animalier émouvant sur le deuil, la paternité et sur la relation entre l?homme et la nature. Le film est largement relevé par la performance unique de Noomi Rapace.

Titane

Après un accident de voiture, Alexia une jeune enfant se voit poser une plaque de titane dans la tête, un métal très résistant à la chaleur et à la corrosion. Des années après, la jeune femme travaille comme strip-teaseuse, et lorsqu?elle tombe enceinte de façon inattendue, elle éprouve une vague d?agressivité incontrôlée.

Palme d?or au Festival de Cannes, ce film à la fois violent et absurde est un mélange de genres qui défie les règles du cinéma. Mise en orbite par son précédent film (Grave, 2016), la réalisatrice Julia Ducournau propose une ?uvre délirante dont la place dans l?histoire du cinéma est définitivement assurée.

The Green Knight

Cette ?uvre David Lowery qui surfe entre le fantastique et l?aventure est à la fois ambitieux et étrange. Il s?agit de l?adaptation atmosphérique d?une ?uvre classique articulée notamment autour des performances remarquables de Dev Patel et Alicia Vikander.

Dans ce film à la photographie époustouflante, un roi indécis est partagé entre la folie, la sagesse et les lamentations. Dans la lignée de la légende du roi Arthur, son neveu (Sire Gauvain), se lance dans une quête audacieuse pour affronter le Green Knight ; un chevalier émeraude qui lui a lancé un défi. Dans ce voyage plein de dangers, Sire Gauvain part à la rencontre de son destin.

Nobody

Hutch Mansell est un homme sous-estimé et invisible qui traverse la vie en accumulant les frustrations au quotidien. Mais une nuit, lorsque deux voleurs pénètrent par effraction dans sa maison, l?homme entreprend de se défendre lui-même et sa famille. Si la riposte est noble, elle sera toutefois disproportionnée puisque Hutch va faire preuve d?une extrême violence.

Dans ce film à la tension croissante, Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) endosse avec brio le rôle de Hutch Mansell ; un père et mari à la colère lente mais explosive. Si le scénario est déjà-vu, le film est avantagé par un rythme qui monte creshendo et des scènes d?action particulièrement haletantes.

Zack Snyder?s Justice League

Après une longue période d?hibernation, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) sort de sa réserve pour aller à la rescousse de l?humanité. Pour l?occasion, il peut compter sur une nouvelle alliée, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot). Batman et Wonder Woman au sommet de leur pouvoir recrutent une équipe de super-héros afin d?en venir à bout des ennemies redoutables que sont Steppenwolf, DeSaad et Darkseid.

Cette aventure épique de Zack Snyder est arrivée en salle avec bien plus d?actions, un meilleur développement des personnages ainsi qu?une trame bien plus enrichie. Le film est sans aucun doute une nette amélioration par rapport à la version précédente.

No Time To Die

Depuis les événements de Spectre, Bond a pris sa retraite et mène une vie tranquille en Jamaïque. Cependant, tout va basculer lorsque son vieil ami Felix Leiter de la CIA retrouve sa trace pour une mission de toute urgence. De fait, la mission de sauvetage d?un scientifique kidnappé s?est soldée par un échec cuisant. Bond est relancé sur cette piste et tombe dans le piège d?un étrange et dangereux ennemi qui a en sa possession une arme biologique.

Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of no Nation) prend les commandes de cette 25è aventure de James Bond qui marque le clap de fin pour Daniel Craig dans le rôle mythique. Le résultat est impeccable puisque le film prend de nombreux risques pour faire découvrir au public un autre aspect de cette franchise unique.

Licorice Pizza

La vie d?Alana Kane et Gary Valentine à San Fernando dans la Californie des années 70. Leur parcours drôle et atypique arrive à faire revivre les conditions incertaines des jeunes femmes qui ont connu l?adolescence à cette période.

Pour ce chef-d??uvre moderne, Paul Thomas Anderson prend le risque de confier les rôles principaux à deux acteurs totalement novices. La démarche est payante. Alana Haim et Cooper Hoffman et leurs performances au coude à coude, que viennent souligner les apparitions remarquables de Bradley Cooper et Sean Penn, arrivent à offrir une ?uvre émouvante et complète.

Madres paralelas

Ce film raconte l?histoire de deux femmes et mères dont les destins se croisent lorsqu?elles se rencontre à la maternité. Janice est une femme mûre qui assume pleinement sa grossesse tandis qu?Ana est une adolescente effrayée et confuse. Les deux femmes sont célibataires et n?avaient nullement planifié leurs grossesses. Réunies par le destin, elles essaient à leur manière de se réconforter. Au fur et à mesure qu?elles construisent une relation nourrie par l?empathie mutuelle, des événements fortuits vont changer le cours des choses.

Habitué aux succès critiques, Pedro Almodóvar orchestre ici un mélodrame émouvant qui laisse briller tout le talent de Penélope Cruz. Le film traite de la quête de vérités enfouies, de communion et de solidarité.

Dune

Paul Atreides, descendant et héritier de la maison Atreides se voit confier la mission de sillonner Arrakis, l?une des planètes les plus dangereuses de l?univers. Bravant un relief hostile, de géants monstres et de viscérales ennemis, il doit aller à la conquête de ressources rares et indispensables pour la survie de son peuple.

Dune est certainement un exploit cinématographique qui arrive à retranscrire l?aspect épique de sa source. Denis Villeneuve arrive, en effet, à exploiter subtilement l??uvre de Frank Herbert afin de donner naissance à une adaptation spectaculaire largement aidé par des décors majestueux, un jeu d?acteur bluffant et une bande son d?appoint signée par le magicien Hans Zimmer.

The Tragedy of Macbeth

Selon l??uvre de Shakespeare, Macbeth, avide de pouvoir, vise le trône de l?Ecosse afin de concrétiser la prophétie de trois sorcières. Suite aux encouragements de son épouse ambitieuse, il décide de tuer le roi Duncan, qui séjourne dans son château. La suite du récit oscille entre décadence et vanité.

Menée par le charismatique Denzel Washington et la truculente Frances McDormand, cette ?uvre éblouit par son exploit visuel et son ton beaucoup plus sombre. Loin de donner une impression de déjà vu, le film sort des sentiers battus pour proposer une approche plus froide et plus intemporelle.

Don?t Look Up : Déni cosmique

Deux astronautes découvrent une nouvelle comète et, après avoir calculé sa trajectoire, concluent qu?elle entrera en collision avec la Terre dans les six mois suivants. Ils entreprennent de tirer la sonnette d?alarme et obtiennent un entretien avec la présidente des Etats-Unis. Cependant, contre toute attente, ils se voient confrontés au déni et à la méfiance de la classe politique, du monde des médias et d?une grande partie du public. Effrayés par la certitude d?une fin du monde prochaine, ils doivent convaincre un monde qui les juge peu crédibles.

Abonné des films éminemment politiques, le réalisateur américain oscarisé Adam McKay signe une comédie noire qui se veut prémonitoire. Il s?agit d?une nette condamnation d?un monde qui s?abrutit avec un casting stellaire.

La Méthode Williams

Ce film est basé sur la vie particulière des s?urs Vénus et Serena Williams. Durant leur enfance à Compton en Californie, les jeunes filles sont forgées à la pratique du tennis par un père ambitieux et déterminé. Depuis longtemps, l?homme a élaboré un plan détaillé de 88 pages pour l?avenir de ses filles et compte le suivre de façon obstinée. On découvre alors comment un homme ordinaire a pu, avec méthode, offrir au monde deux grandes championnes.

Grâce à une performance remarquable de Will Smith dans le rôle-titre, ce film est tout simplement l?une des plus belles surprises de 2021. Il pourrait être celui qui offrirait à ce grand nom hollywoodien le tant convoité Oscar du meilleur acteur.

House of Gucci

Le récit d?une histoire d?amour endiablée et rythmée par la convoitise, la trahison, la vengeance et le meurtre. Dans l?un des empires de la mode les plus célèbres au monde, la confiance n?est pas toujours de mise et Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver) l?apprendra à ses dépens. Tout avait pourtant bien commencé lorsque ce dernier à rencontré sa future femme Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga). Mais très tôt la méfiance, la jalousie et l?envie ont pris le dessus.

Ce film est une collection de moments fascinants et de scènes iconiques réussies par une très belle distribution d?acteurs américains. Il ne faudra pas longtemps pour qu?il gagne le statut d??uvre culte.

Shang-Chi et la Légende des Dix Anneaux

Ce film raconte l?histoire d?un guerrier qui doit affronter son passé alors qu?il fait face à la mystérieuse organisation des dix anneaux. En effet, il y a un millénaire, un guerrier découvre des anneaux qui lui permettent de décupler sa force, de conquérir des armées ennemies et de fonder une organisation secrète. Cependant, lorsqu?il rencontre une charmante femme dans le village de Ta Lo, il s?y installe et fonde sa famille. De cette union, naîtra Shang-Chi, élevé dans le secret pour affronter les vieux ennemis de son père.

Grand film d?action, cet ?uvre de Destin Daniel Cretton se distingue par ses séquences d?action chorégraphiées parmi les plus incroyables de l?univers cinématographique Marvel.

Spider Man : No Way Home

Le dangereux Mysterio met en exécution sa menace en révélant l?identité de Spider-Man au monde. Pour la première fois de sa vie, le super-héros va devoir gérer des remous qui le mettent en danger lui et ses proches. Afin de rectifier la situation, Peter se tourne vers le Docteur Strange, mais les choses deviennent rapidement plus dangereuses. Dans son élan, Stephen Strange en vient à libérer les méchants les plus puissants auxquels Spider Man ait jamais fait face.

27? film de l?univers cinématographique Marvel, ce long-métrage est un véritable concentré d?actions, d?émotions et de grandes surprises. Plaçant la survie de l?univers tout entier au centre du jeu, le film parvient à être percutant et justifie largement la longévité de la franchise Spider-Man.

The Suicide Squad

Des hors-la-loi et des personnes dotées de pouvoirs exceptionnels comme Harley Quinn, Savant, Peacemaker, Ratcatcher 2, King Shark, Blackguard ou encore Captain Boomerang sont réunis sur une île pour un but spécial. Selon les instructions du gouvernement, ils doivent se rendre en mission suicide dans un pays d?Amérique latine où un coup d?État militaire a récemment eu lieu. Et pour s?assurer qu?ils ne s?enfuient pas, un engin explosif a été implanté dans leurs têtes.

C?est sur un ton violent et anarchique que cette ?uvre écrite et dirigée par James Gunn envahit les écrans. Plus qu?un film de super-héros, il s?agit d?une adaptation gore et choquante qui réunit le meilleur de l?univers DC.

Julie (en 12 chapitres)

Quatre années dans la vie de Julie (Renate Reinsve) dont les luttes pour donner un sens à sa vie personnelle et professionnelle se soldent par des succès et des désillusions. La jeune femme peu égocentrique et à la recherche du bonheur doit gérer à la fois sa vie sentimentale et se trouver une véritable identité.

Subdivisé en plusieurs chapitres plus un prologue et un épilogue, le film de Joachim Trier nominé pour la Palme d?Or du festival de Cannes est une chronique sur les vicissitudes de la vie. Il aborde d?une manière décalée les questions existentielles qui rythment notre existence.

The Power of the Dog

Grand favori aux Oscars 2022, cette ?uvre compte sans doute parmi les meilleurs films de 2021. L?action se déroule dans le Montana des années 1920.  On y suit l?histoire de deux frères, Phil (Benedict Cumberbatch) et George (Jesse Plemmons), qui possèdent l?une des plus grandes fermes de l?État. Malgré leur parenté, les deux frères ont peu de choses en commun. Phil est intelligent et plutôt strict, tandis que George est avenant et ordonné. Lorsque Phil apprend que George a épousé discrètement Rose Gordon (Kirsten Dunst), la veuve locale, il décide d?utiliser le fils de cette dernière, Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee) pour détruire leur mariage.

West Side Story

Dans le New York des années 1950, les communautés vivent côte à côte mais parfois face à face. Le film retrace l?histoire de l?affrontement entre deux gangs de rue et l?amour impossible d?un jeune homme (Tony), et d?une fille (Maria) issue de factions ennemie. Leur coup de foudre sera l?une des raisons du conflit entre les Jets et les Sharks.

Cette version signée Steven Spielberg présente un nouveau regard sur la comédie musicale classique du début des années 60. À l?occasion du cinquantenaire du premier film, le réalisateur américain aux multiples succès réunit un jeune casting et délivre une ?uvre extrêmement divertissante et déchirante.

Tick, Tick? Boom!

Pour ses débuts en tant que réalisateur, Lin-Manuel Miranda explore un univers qu?il connaît parfaitement ; celui des comédies musicales. Pour se faire, il propose l?adaptation de la comédie musicale autobiographique de Jonathan Larson, un artiste talentueux et créateur de la célèbre comédie musicale Rent. Rent débute à Broadway en avril 1996 et fut jouée jusqu?en septembre 2008. Elle fait partie des 10 plus grandes comédies musicales en termes de longévité.

L?histoire du film se concentre dans les années 90 ; période où Larson travaille comme serveur dans un restaurant new-yorkais. Parallèlement, l?homme poursuit ses rêves en écrivant une comédie musicale intitulée ?Superbia?. À presque 30 ans, il commence à s?inquiéter d?avoir gâché toutes ces années. Mais le succès n?est pas loin.

Belfast

L?histoire d?un jeune garçon prénommé Buddy, âgé de 9 ans qui vit des jours heureux dans les quartiers nord de Belfast au c?ur de la classe ouvrière irlandaise. Mais très bientôt, il devra apprendre à vivre en tant qu?adulte daun monde en pleine mutation et fait d?incertitudes. Entre la grogne sociale qui donne naissance à des journées de violence dans les rues du quartier, les émeutes et les conflits religieux, Buddy va connaître le chaos. Ces journées seront aussi rythmées par les remous de l?adolescence, l?amour, la passion du cinéma et de la musique, le deuil, l?espoir?

Grâce à des performances particulièrement émouvantes et un ton nostalgique, Kenneth Branagh offre une autobiographie très engagée. L?histoire ne laisse certainement pas indifférent. Elle porte à la fois une marque sociale, historique, mais aussi sentimentaliste et très intime.

Drive My Car

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L?acteur et metteur en scène Y?suke Kafuku est invité à présenter un film pour le festival de théâtre d?Hiroshima. Il y rencontre une jeune femme taciturne du nom de Misaki Watari qui lui servira de chauffeur. Durant les trajets qu?ils partagent, Yusuke commence à repenser sa relation avec sa femme, avec qui il a vécu un mariage heureux jusqu?à sa mort subite deux années auparavant. De son côté, Misaki a également l?opportunité de faire face à son passé difficile et de le partager avec son interlocuteur.

Ce road-movie signé Ryusuke Hamaguchi est une chronique brillante sur l?amour, le deuil, l?acceptation et la paix intérieur. Acclamé par la critique, le film est Lauréat de trois prix au Festival de Cannes 2021, dont celui du meilleur scénario.

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) [summary] => 2021 a déjà tiré sa révérence, mais nous laisse en souvenir une pléthore d??uvres cinématographe de grande qualité. Que ce soit du point de vue des critiques ou du public, des films de tous genres ont été favorablement accueillis cette année. Tout porte même à croire que certaines de ces ?uvres marqueront les esprits pour ... Read more [atom_content] =>

2021 a déjà tiré sa révérence, mais nous laisse en souvenir une pléthore d??uvres cinématographe de grande qualité. Que ce soit du point de vue des critiques ou du public, des films de tous genres ont été favorablement accueillis cette année. Tout porte même à croire que certaines de ces ?uvres marqueront les esprits pour bien longtemps. Nous vous proposons de découvrir notre top 30 des meilleurs films sortis en 2021.

Oxygène

Dans ce thriller qui associe le suspense à l?horreur, Alexandre Aja (Haute Tension, 2003) récidive en qualité dans un genre qu?il maîtrise parfaitement. Son duo réussi avec l?actrice Mélanie Laurent accouche d?un film rythmé, absolument palpitant qui vous prend à la gorge.

Il s?agit de l?histoire d?une femme qui se retrouve prisonnière d?une chambre cryogénique sans avoir la moindre idée de comment elle y a atterri. La seule chose qui peut l?aider à s?en sortir est sa mémoire ainsi que son assistant virtuel qui a du mal à fonctionner correctement. Pendant ce temps, le niveau d?oxygène baisse inexorablement. Le temps passant, toutes les minutes deviennent précieuses.

Luca

Pendant un été particulièrement festif marqué par le farniente et les balades, un petit garçon nommé Luca passe des moments inoubliables sur les côtes italiennes. Ses vacances idylliques, Luka les passe en compagnie de son nouveau meilleur ami, Alberto.

Cependant, ce bonheur est menacé par un lourd secret : les deux amis sont en effet des montres marines qui se sont aventurés hors de leur environnement naturel pour se mélanger aux humains. Bravant l?interdiction de leurs parents, ils se sont fait des amis dans un milieu potentiellement hostile. Malgré que la terre ferme leur soit étranger, les deux ??garçons?? arrivent à faire disparaître leurs écailles et prendre la forme humaine.

Being the Ricardos

Ce film raconte la relation amoureuse et professionnelle du couple que formaient Lucille Ball et Desi Arnaz. Lorsque les deux superstars se rencontrent pour un tournage dans la période de l?après-guerre, tout ne se passe pas comme prévu. Mais leur collaboration donnera naissance à la sitcom I Love Lucy ; l?une des séries les plus populaires de l?histoire de la télévision américaine.

Sous la direction maîtrisée d?Aaron Sorkin, le film dévoile les contours des diffamations politiques, personnelles et des tabous culturels subis par un couple inhabituel pour son époque. Il est largement rehaussé par les performances de Nicole Kidman et Javier Bardem qui y endossent des rôles taillés pour des acteurs de leur rang.

Sans un bruit 2

Après les évènements qui les ont conduits hors de leurs abris, la famille Abbot doit maintenant faire face à la terreur et aux inconnus du monde extérieur. Survivre va devenir beaucoup plus difficile avec des monstres de plus en plus actifs et à l?acuité auditive encore plus développée. Mais ils vont se rendre compte qu?ils existent d?autres créatures encore plus terrifiantes dans cette nature livrée à elle-même. Pressés par le temps, les Abbot retrouve l?espoir après avoir capté un signal radio. Il indique l?emplacement présumé d?une colonie de survivants. Ils décident de braver les dangers et de la retrouver par tous les moyens.

The Boy Behind the Door

Ce film d?horreur co-dirigé par David Charbonier et Justin Powell fait partie des meilleures ?uvres de ce genre depuis très longtemps. Il est construit autour d?une histoire palpitante et originale qui a de quoi charmer les amateurs du genre.

Lorsqu?un jeune garçon nommé Bobby et son meilleur ami Kévin sont kidnappés et emmenés dans une maison de campagne isolée, le premier arrive à prendre la fuite. Dépourvu de tout aide extérieure et piégé à des kilomètres de tout endroit qui lui est familier, Bobby se lance dans une mission de sauvetage avec une grande détermination à sortir son ami Kévin et lui-même vivants.

Cruella

Dans la Grande-Bretagne des années 1960, Estella est une petite fille mature et intelligente qui a du mal à supporter les injustices. Renvoyée de son école, elle quitte sa ville en compagnie de sa mère pour s?installer à Londres. En chemin, cette dernière opère un détour pour se rendre dans le manoir d?une célèbre créatrice de mode où elle perdra la vie dans un accident tragique.

Désormais seule, Estella rencontre deux garçons ; les escrocs de rue Jasper et Horace. Des années plus tard, la jeune fille est devenue une couturière très talentueuse dans le Londres des années 70. Lorsqu?elle ne traîne pas avec sa bande d?amis filous, elle fait ses preuves chez ??La baronnesse?? ; une créatrice de mode narcissique qui l?a intégrée dans son atelier.

Red Notice

Avec un casting 5 étoiles qui réunit Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds et Gal Gadot, ce film gros budget a été l?une des plus grosses sensations de 2021. Selon les chiffres relayés par Netflix, la comédie d?action au budget avoisinant les 200 millions de dollars totalise 278 millions d?heures de vue en seulement 10 jours.

Des ?ufs décorés d?or et de pierres précieuses offert par Marc Antoine à Cléopâtre sont convoités par des malfrats de tout horizon. L?agent du F.B.I. John Hartley est appelé à la rescousse. Il devra non seulement unir ses forces avec un Nolan Booth, un grand voleur d?objets d?art, mais aussi faire preuve de ruse contre une voleuse encore plus redoutable.

Cousteau : de l?homme à la légende

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Ce film documentaire revient sur l?histoire d?une icône française. Il s?agit en effet d?un aperçu sur la vie, les centre d?intérêt, les combats, les contradictions, les exploits mais aussi les tragédies qui ont marqué la vie du célèbre explorateur et environnementaliste Jacques Cousteau.

Réalisé par l?américaine Liz Garbus et produit par la National Geographic, le documentaire est essentiellement une collection d?images d?archives fraîchement restaurées. Elles retracent le parcours atypique de cette ?? star des océans?? qui a surfé sur son image publique pour attirer l?attention du monde sur l?un des plus grands défis de notre époque.

Lamb

Dans l?Islande montagneuse, un couple (Maria et Ingvar) hanté par le deuil trouve son réconfort dans la vie monotone et taciturne de leur ferme éloignée. Leur existence va prendre une nouvelle tournure lorsqu?ils font une singulière découverte dans leur bergerie : un nouveau-né abandonné. Le couple décide de garder l?enfant et de l?élever. Cependant, l?arrivée du frère troublé d?Ingvar, Pétur, va contrecarrer leurs plans.

Il s?agit du premier film du réalisateur islandais Valdimar Johannsson. Il se présente sous la forme d?un conte animalier émouvant sur le deuil, la paternité et sur la relation entre l?homme et la nature. Le film est largement relevé par la performance unique de Noomi Rapace.

Titane

Après un accident de voiture, Alexia une jeune enfant se voit poser une plaque de titane dans la tête, un métal très résistant à la chaleur et à la corrosion. Des années après, la jeune femme travaille comme strip-teaseuse, et lorsqu?elle tombe enceinte de façon inattendue, elle éprouve une vague d?agressivité incontrôlée.

Palme d?or au Festival de Cannes, ce film à la fois violent et absurde est un mélange de genres qui défie les règles du cinéma. Mise en orbite par son précédent film (Grave, 2016), la réalisatrice Julia Ducournau propose une ?uvre délirante dont la place dans l?histoire du cinéma est définitivement assurée.

The Green Knight

Cette ?uvre David Lowery qui surfe entre le fantastique et l?aventure est à la fois ambitieux et étrange. Il s?agit de l?adaptation atmosphérique d?une ?uvre classique articulée notamment autour des performances remarquables de Dev Patel et Alicia Vikander.

Dans ce film à la photographie époustouflante, un roi indécis est partagé entre la folie, la sagesse et les lamentations. Dans la lignée de la légende du roi Arthur, son neveu (Sire Gauvain), se lance dans une quête audacieuse pour affronter le Green Knight ; un chevalier émeraude qui lui a lancé un défi. Dans ce voyage plein de dangers, Sire Gauvain part à la rencontre de son destin.

Nobody

Hutch Mansell est un homme sous-estimé et invisible qui traverse la vie en accumulant les frustrations au quotidien. Mais une nuit, lorsque deux voleurs pénètrent par effraction dans sa maison, l?homme entreprend de se défendre lui-même et sa famille. Si la riposte est noble, elle sera toutefois disproportionnée puisque Hutch va faire preuve d?une extrême violence.

Dans ce film à la tension croissante, Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) endosse avec brio le rôle de Hutch Mansell ; un père et mari à la colère lente mais explosive. Si le scénario est déjà-vu, le film est avantagé par un rythme qui monte creshendo et des scènes d?action particulièrement haletantes.

Zack Snyder?s Justice League

Après une longue période d?hibernation, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) sort de sa réserve pour aller à la rescousse de l?humanité. Pour l?occasion, il peut compter sur une nouvelle alliée, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot). Batman et Wonder Woman au sommet de leur pouvoir recrutent une équipe de super-héros afin d?en venir à bout des ennemies redoutables que sont Steppenwolf, DeSaad et Darkseid.

Cette aventure épique de Zack Snyder est arrivée en salle avec bien plus d?actions, un meilleur développement des personnages ainsi qu?une trame bien plus enrichie. Le film est sans aucun doute une nette amélioration par rapport à la version précédente.

No Time To Die

Depuis les événements de Spectre, Bond a pris sa retraite et mène une vie tranquille en Jamaïque. Cependant, tout va basculer lorsque son vieil ami Felix Leiter de la CIA retrouve sa trace pour une mission de toute urgence. De fait, la mission de sauvetage d?un scientifique kidnappé s?est soldée par un échec cuisant. Bond est relancé sur cette piste et tombe dans le piège d?un étrange et dangereux ennemi qui a en sa possession une arme biologique.

Cary Fukunaga (Beasts of no Nation) prend les commandes de cette 25è aventure de James Bond qui marque le clap de fin pour Daniel Craig dans le rôle mythique. Le résultat est impeccable puisque le film prend de nombreux risques pour faire découvrir au public un autre aspect de cette franchise unique.

Licorice Pizza

La vie d?Alana Kane et Gary Valentine à San Fernando dans la Californie des années 70. Leur parcours drôle et atypique arrive à faire revivre les conditions incertaines des jeunes femmes qui ont connu l?adolescence à cette période.

Pour ce chef-d??uvre moderne, Paul Thomas Anderson prend le risque de confier les rôles principaux à deux acteurs totalement novices. La démarche est payante. Alana Haim et Cooper Hoffman et leurs performances au coude à coude, que viennent souligner les apparitions remarquables de Bradley Cooper et Sean Penn, arrivent à offrir une ?uvre émouvante et complète.

Madres paralelas

Ce film raconte l?histoire de deux femmes et mères dont les destins se croisent lorsqu?elles se rencontre à la maternité. Janice est une femme mûre qui assume pleinement sa grossesse tandis qu?Ana est une adolescente effrayée et confuse. Les deux femmes sont célibataires et n?avaient nullement planifié leurs grossesses. Réunies par le destin, elles essaient à leur manière de se réconforter. Au fur et à mesure qu?elles construisent une relation nourrie par l?empathie mutuelle, des événements fortuits vont changer le cours des choses.

Habitué aux succès critiques, Pedro Almodóvar orchestre ici un mélodrame émouvant qui laisse briller tout le talent de Penélope Cruz. Le film traite de la quête de vérités enfouies, de communion et de solidarité.

Dune

Paul Atreides, descendant et héritier de la maison Atreides se voit confier la mission de sillonner Arrakis, l?une des planètes les plus dangereuses de l?univers. Bravant un relief hostile, de géants monstres et de viscérales ennemis, il doit aller à la conquête de ressources rares et indispensables pour la survie de son peuple.

Dune est certainement un exploit cinématographique qui arrive à retranscrire l?aspect épique de sa source. Denis Villeneuve arrive, en effet, à exploiter subtilement l??uvre de Frank Herbert afin de donner naissance à une adaptation spectaculaire largement aidé par des décors majestueux, un jeu d?acteur bluffant et une bande son d?appoint signée par le magicien Hans Zimmer.

The Tragedy of Macbeth

Selon l??uvre de Shakespeare, Macbeth, avide de pouvoir, vise le trône de l?Ecosse afin de concrétiser la prophétie de trois sorcières. Suite aux encouragements de son épouse ambitieuse, il décide de tuer le roi Duncan, qui séjourne dans son château. La suite du récit oscille entre décadence et vanité.

Menée par le charismatique Denzel Washington et la truculente Frances McDormand, cette ?uvre éblouit par son exploit visuel et son ton beaucoup plus sombre. Loin de donner une impression de déjà vu, le film sort des sentiers battus pour proposer une approche plus froide et plus intemporelle.

Don?t Look Up : Déni cosmique

Deux astronautes découvrent une nouvelle comète et, après avoir calculé sa trajectoire, concluent qu?elle entrera en collision avec la Terre dans les six mois suivants. Ils entreprennent de tirer la sonnette d?alarme et obtiennent un entretien avec la présidente des Etats-Unis. Cependant, contre toute attente, ils se voient confrontés au déni et à la méfiance de la classe politique, du monde des médias et d?une grande partie du public. Effrayés par la certitude d?une fin du monde prochaine, ils doivent convaincre un monde qui les juge peu crédibles.

Abonné des films éminemment politiques, le réalisateur américain oscarisé Adam McKay signe une comédie noire qui se veut prémonitoire. Il s?agit d?une nette condamnation d?un monde qui s?abrutit avec un casting stellaire.

La Méthode Williams

Ce film est basé sur la vie particulière des s?urs Vénus et Serena Williams. Durant leur enfance à Compton en Californie, les jeunes filles sont forgées à la pratique du tennis par un père ambitieux et déterminé. Depuis longtemps, l?homme a élaboré un plan détaillé de 88 pages pour l?avenir de ses filles et compte le suivre de façon obstinée. On découvre alors comment un homme ordinaire a pu, avec méthode, offrir au monde deux grandes championnes.

Grâce à une performance remarquable de Will Smith dans le rôle-titre, ce film est tout simplement l?une des plus belles surprises de 2021. Il pourrait être celui qui offrirait à ce grand nom hollywoodien le tant convoité Oscar du meilleur acteur.

House of Gucci

Le récit d?une histoire d?amour endiablée et rythmée par la convoitise, la trahison, la vengeance et le meurtre. Dans l?un des empires de la mode les plus célèbres au monde, la confiance n?est pas toujours de mise et Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver) l?apprendra à ses dépens. Tout avait pourtant bien commencé lorsque ce dernier à rencontré sa future femme Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga). Mais très tôt la méfiance, la jalousie et l?envie ont pris le dessus.

Ce film est une collection de moments fascinants et de scènes iconiques réussies par une très belle distribution d?acteurs américains. Il ne faudra pas longtemps pour qu?il gagne le statut d??uvre culte.

Shang-Chi et la Légende des Dix Anneaux

Ce film raconte l?histoire d?un guerrier qui doit affronter son passé alors qu?il fait face à la mystérieuse organisation des dix anneaux. En effet, il y a un millénaire, un guerrier découvre des anneaux qui lui permettent de décupler sa force, de conquérir des armées ennemies et de fonder une organisation secrète. Cependant, lorsqu?il rencontre une charmante femme dans le village de Ta Lo, il s?y installe et fonde sa famille. De cette union, naîtra Shang-Chi, élevé dans le secret pour affronter les vieux ennemis de son père.

Grand film d?action, cet ?uvre de Destin Daniel Cretton se distingue par ses séquences d?action chorégraphiées parmi les plus incroyables de l?univers cinématographique Marvel.

Spider Man : No Way Home

Le dangereux Mysterio met en exécution sa menace en révélant l?identité de Spider-Man au monde. Pour la première fois de sa vie, le super-héros va devoir gérer des remous qui le mettent en danger lui et ses proches. Afin de rectifier la situation, Peter se tourne vers le Docteur Strange, mais les choses deviennent rapidement plus dangereuses. Dans son élan, Stephen Strange en vient à libérer les méchants les plus puissants auxquels Spider Man ait jamais fait face.

27? film de l?univers cinématographique Marvel, ce long-métrage est un véritable concentré d?actions, d?émotions et de grandes surprises. Plaçant la survie de l?univers tout entier au centre du jeu, le film parvient à être percutant et justifie largement la longévité de la franchise Spider-Man.

The Suicide Squad

Des hors-la-loi et des personnes dotées de pouvoirs exceptionnels comme Harley Quinn, Savant, Peacemaker, Ratcatcher 2, King Shark, Blackguard ou encore Captain Boomerang sont réunis sur une île pour un but spécial. Selon les instructions du gouvernement, ils doivent se rendre en mission suicide dans un pays d?Amérique latine où un coup d?État militaire a récemment eu lieu. Et pour s?assurer qu?ils ne s?enfuient pas, un engin explosif a été implanté dans leurs têtes.

C?est sur un ton violent et anarchique que cette ?uvre écrite et dirigée par James Gunn envahit les écrans. Plus qu?un film de super-héros, il s?agit d?une adaptation gore et choquante qui réunit le meilleur de l?univers DC.

Julie (en 12 chapitres)

Quatre années dans la vie de Julie (Renate Reinsve) dont les luttes pour donner un sens à sa vie personnelle et professionnelle se soldent par des succès et des désillusions. La jeune femme peu égocentrique et à la recherche du bonheur doit gérer à la fois sa vie sentimentale et se trouver une véritable identité.

Subdivisé en plusieurs chapitres plus un prologue et un épilogue, le film de Joachim Trier nominé pour la Palme d?Or du festival de Cannes est une chronique sur les vicissitudes de la vie. Il aborde d?une manière décalée les questions existentielles qui rythment notre existence.

The Power of the Dog

Grand favori aux Oscars 2022, cette ?uvre compte sans doute parmi les meilleurs films de 2021. L?action se déroule dans le Montana des années 1920.  On y suit l?histoire de deux frères, Phil (Benedict Cumberbatch) et George (Jesse Plemmons), qui possèdent l?une des plus grandes fermes de l?État. Malgré leur parenté, les deux frères ont peu de choses en commun. Phil est intelligent et plutôt strict, tandis que George est avenant et ordonné. Lorsque Phil apprend que George a épousé discrètement Rose Gordon (Kirsten Dunst), la veuve locale, il décide d?utiliser le fils de cette dernière, Peter (Kodi Smit-McPhee) pour détruire leur mariage.

West Side Story

Dans le New York des années 1950, les communautés vivent côte à côte mais parfois face à face. Le film retrace l?histoire de l?affrontement entre deux gangs de rue et l?amour impossible d?un jeune homme (Tony), et d?une fille (Maria) issue de factions ennemie. Leur coup de foudre sera l?une des raisons du conflit entre les Jets et les Sharks.

Cette version signée Steven Spielberg présente un nouveau regard sur la comédie musicale classique du début des années 60. À l?occasion du cinquantenaire du premier film, le réalisateur américain aux multiples succès réunit un jeune casting et délivre une ?uvre extrêmement divertissante et déchirante.

Tick, Tick? Boom!

Pour ses débuts en tant que réalisateur, Lin-Manuel Miranda explore un univers qu?il connaît parfaitement ; celui des comédies musicales. Pour se faire, il propose l?adaptation de la comédie musicale autobiographique de Jonathan Larson, un artiste talentueux et créateur de la célèbre comédie musicale Rent. Rent débute à Broadway en avril 1996 et fut jouée jusqu?en septembre 2008. Elle fait partie des 10 plus grandes comédies musicales en termes de longévité.

L?histoire du film se concentre dans les années 90 ; période où Larson travaille comme serveur dans un restaurant new-yorkais. Parallèlement, l?homme poursuit ses rêves en écrivant une comédie musicale intitulée ?Superbia?. À presque 30 ans, il commence à s?inquiéter d?avoir gâché toutes ces années. Mais le succès n?est pas loin.

Belfast

L?histoire d?un jeune garçon prénommé Buddy, âgé de 9 ans qui vit des jours heureux dans les quartiers nord de Belfast au c?ur de la classe ouvrière irlandaise. Mais très bientôt, il devra apprendre à vivre en tant qu?adulte daun monde en pleine mutation et fait d?incertitudes. Entre la grogne sociale qui donne naissance à des journées de violence dans les rues du quartier, les émeutes et les conflits religieux, Buddy va connaître le chaos. Ces journées seront aussi rythmées par les remous de l?adolescence, l?amour, la passion du cinéma et de la musique, le deuil, l?espoir?

Grâce à des performances particulièrement émouvantes et un ton nostalgique, Kenneth Branagh offre une autobiographie très engagée. L?histoire ne laisse certainement pas indifférent. Elle porte à la fois une marque sociale, historique, mais aussi sentimentaliste et très intime.

Drive My Car

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L?acteur et metteur en scène Y?suke Kafuku est invité à présenter un film pour le festival de théâtre d?Hiroshima. Il y rencontre une jeune femme taciturne du nom de Misaki Watari qui lui servira de chauffeur. Durant les trajets qu?ils partagent, Yusuke commence à repenser sa relation avec sa femme, avec qui il a vécu un mariage heureux jusqu?à sa mort subite deux années auparavant. De son côté, Misaki a également l?opportunité de faire face à son passé difficile et de le partager avec son interlocuteur.

Ce road-movie signé Ryusuke Hamaguchi est une chronique brillante sur l?amour, le deuil, l?acceptation et la paix intérieur. Acclamé par la critique, le film est Lauréat de trois prix au Festival de Cannes 2021, dont celui du meilleur scénario.

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For Nicholas Fernandez, political scientist, executive director of Fundación Encuentros del Futuro (co-organizer of Future Congress)

At the close of this version of Future Congress, which brought together 80 exhibitors from the most varied fields of knowledge, I think it is important to share a brief reflection. These 11 years of Future Congress have been a period of many changes in which the “distance” between the present and what we call the future has been shortening. In its beginnings we could see talks that described the frontier of thought, but it was not until three or four years later that these advances or conversations became part of everyday life. Today, that time has been reduced to the point that, for example, we are expounding on Neurorights, protection against cyberspace, while technology is already completely intertwined with our lives and reality. It is in this context that it becomes essential to find a way to accelerate the transfer of content and learning emanating from initiatives such as this one to society, in an open and cross-cutting manner so that it contributes to the development of better citizenship.

As we have seen this year in the presentations by Antony Fauci, chief adviser to the White House for the Covid-19 crisis, or the Uruguayan virologist Gonzalo Moratorio, the pandemic itself has been a great laboratory experiment that proves the relevance of participation. of scientific knowledge in State decisions. Without a doubt, the countries that best understood the virus were better able to counteract the threat to the health and economy of the population.

Likewise, the participation of women economists was key during this year. Esther Duflo, Nobel Prize in Economics 2019, stated that it is a fallacy that the increase in aid policies towards the population encourages “laziness”, because “people want to have a sense that they belong to a community, that they have a meaningful job , that their contribution provides them not only with money, but also with dignity?. On the other hand, the renowned economist Mariana Mazzucato was the one who expressed the importance of development based on an intersectoral strategy and the importance of promoting public policies in favor of reducing the carbon footprint and plastic in the oceans.

Timnit Gebru, the controversial former Google official once again opened the curtain for us to see more clearly the shadow behind the algorithms, the enormous gap that we have as a species to make this digital universe one free of bias and that protects Human Rights . In addition, in the ?Childhood at the center? panel, the urgent challenge of moving from an adult-centric world to one that integrates children and adolescents as subjects of rights was revived, taking advantage of the contribution they make to make visible dimensions in which adults we have been much slower, such as the appreciation of diversity or awareness of the climate crisis.

Future Congress is literally a gift from these brilliant minds so that the National Congress, the Government and the Constitutional Convention can discuss formulas for the new Chile with a scientific basis and the highest level of thought. I make this point because the innumerable allusions made by the speakers to the Chilean process were surprising, both regarding the existence of this space and the various milestones that have marked our country: a social explosion that triggers the postponed discussion of a new Constitution and a pandemic that caused a vaccination strategy and the development of a control device that has been an example for many countries in the world.

Because we truly believe that knowledge empowers societies and today more than ever citizens must be protagonists in decision-making, both Fundación Encuentros del Futuro and the Future Congress itself will continue to invest in efforts, alliances and innovations to add value of knowledge at the service of building an ecologically and socially sustainable society, to finally achieve our long-awaited motto: Learn to Live Together.

We would like to say thanks to the author of this short article for this remarkable material

Column by Nicolás Fernández: Future Congress, laboratory of ideas – La Tercera

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For Nicholas Fernandez, political scientist, executive director of Fundación Encuentros del Futuro (co-organizer of Future Congress)

At the close of this version of Future Congress, which brought together 80 exhibitors from the most varied fields of knowledge, I think it is important to share a brief reflection. These 11 years of Future Congress have been a period of many changes in which the “distance” between the present and what we call the future has been shortening. In its beginnings we could see talks that described the frontier of thought, but it was not until three or four years later that these advances or conversations became part of everyday life. Today, that time has been reduced to the point that, for example, we are expounding on Neurorights, protection against cyberspace, while technology is already completely intertwined with our lives and reality. It is in this context that it becomes essential to find a way to accelerate the transfer of content and learning emanating from initiatives such as this one to society, in an open and cross-cutting manner so that it contributes to the development of better citizenship.

As we have seen this year in the presentations by Antony Fauci, chief adviser to the White House for the Covid-19 crisis, or the Uruguayan virologist Gonzalo Moratorio, the pandemic itself has been a great laboratory experiment that proves the relevance of participation. of scientific knowledge in State decisions. Without a doubt, the countries that best understood the virus were better able to counteract the threat to the health and economy of the population.

Likewise, the participation of women economists was key during this year. Esther Duflo, Nobel Prize in Economics 2019, stated that it is a fallacy that the increase in aid policies towards the population encourages “laziness”, because “people want to have a sense that they belong to a community, that they have a meaningful job , that their contribution provides them not only with money, but also with dignity?. On the other hand, the renowned economist Mariana Mazzucato was the one who expressed the importance of development based on an intersectoral strategy and the importance of promoting public policies in favor of reducing the carbon footprint and plastic in the oceans.

Timnit Gebru, the controversial former Google official once again opened the curtain for us to see more clearly the shadow behind the algorithms, the enormous gap that we have as a species to make this digital universe one free of bias and that protects Human Rights . In addition, in the ?Childhood at the center? panel, the urgent challenge of moving from an adult-centric world to one that integrates children and adolescents as subjects of rights was revived, taking advantage of the contribution they make to make visible dimensions in which adults we have been much slower, such as the appreciation of diversity or awareness of the climate crisis.

Future Congress is literally a gift from these brilliant minds so that the National Congress, the Government and the Constitutional Convention can discuss formulas for the new Chile with a scientific basis and the highest level of thought. I make this point because the innumerable allusions made by the speakers to the Chilean process were surprising, both regarding the existence of this space and the various milestones that have marked our country: a social explosion that triggers the postponed discussion of a new Constitution and a pandemic that caused a vaccination strategy and the development of a control device that has been an example for many countries in the world.

Because we truly believe that knowledge empowers societies and today more than ever citizens must be protagonists in decision-making, both Fundación Encuentros del Futuro and the Future Congress itself will continue to invest in efforts, alliances and innovations to add value of knowledge at the service of building an ecologically and socially sustainable society, to finally achieve our long-awaited motto: Learn to Live Together.

We would like to say thanks to the author of this short article for this remarkable material

Column by Nicolás Fernández: Future Congress, laboratory of ideas – La Tercera

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[date_timestamp] => 1642813643 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => On your screens??Love?, ?The origin of the world? and others [link] => https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/on-your-screenslove-the-origin-of-the-world-and-others/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Stephen Juarez ) [pubdate] => Sat, 22 Jan 2022 01:06:16 +0000 [category] => Palme D?ororiginscreensLove [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13048 [description] => This week on your screens, we recommend the films Love, the origin of the world, A hero and others. (1): Masterpiece, (2): Remarkable, (3): Very good, (4): Good, (5): Average, (6): Poor, (7): Shabby Love (2): Outstanding Directed by Michael Haneke | France | Drama | Starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert What’s this ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This week on your screens, we recommend the films Love, the origin of the world, A hero and others.

(1): Masterpiece, (2): Remarkable, (3): Very good, (4): Good, (5): Average, (6): Poor, (7): Shabby


Love

(2): Outstanding

Directed by Michael Haneke | France | Drama | Starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert

What’s this ? Paralyzed on the right side following a failed operation, an ex-piano teacher is cared for at home by her husband, an octogenarian like her. When her condition deteriorates, their only daughter pleads in vain for placement in hospital.

How is it ? After the masterful RUBAN BLANC, the Austrian Michael Haneke won a second Palme d’or in a row at Cannes with this poignant and lucid meditation on the strength of love in the face of old age, degeneration and death. The uncluttered, precise, modest staging highlights the admirable Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva.

Sunday 9 p.m. on TFO

Mercenary Brothers (Zeros and Ones)

(4): Good

Directed by Abel Ferrara | Germany | Thriller | Starring Ethan Hawke, Cristina Chiriac, Phil Neilson

What’s this ? Urgently called to Rome to try to prevent an impending terrorist attack, a soldier desperately searches for his twin brother, a rebel who has information that could help him accomplish his mission.

How is it ? This low-budget faux-thriller hides a confused but impassioned reflection on the state of the world. Shot in the midst of a pandemic in a deserted Rome, the film bathes in a strange atmosphere, which Abel Ferrara (THE BAD LIEUTENANT) exploits in a disturbing way. Ethan Hawke proves to be solid in an unlikely duplication.

Video on demand

A hero (Ghahreman)

(4): Good

Directed by Asghar Farhadi | Iran | Drama | Starring Amir Jadidi, Sahar Goldust, Mohsen Tanabandeh

What’s this ? In prison for debt, a divorced father, whose secret girlfriend found a bag containing 17 gold coins, decides to return it to its owner. His generous act, foamed in the media, however, has gray areas.

How is it ? The director of A SEPARATION and THE CLIENT offers us here a new rich and complex x-ray of his native Iran. A few forced developments fleetingly darken this fascinating lesson in the making of heroes in the age of social media, formally mastered and interpreted with conviction.

Video on demand

Hotel Transylvania: Transformania (Hotel Transylvania: Transformania)

(5): Medium

Directed by Derek Drymon and Jennifer Kluska | United States | Animation Film

What’s this ? To inherit his vampire father-in-law’s hotel, a young man turns into a monster. But in the process, the latter finds himself transformed against his will into a harmless human, just like four of his monstrous friends.

How is it ? The sustained rhythm, the animation of good caliber and some kindly wacky situations cannot make us forget the borrowed character of this final part of a breathless series. Drawing on FREAKY FRIDAY as much as in GODZILLA and the adventure film, the authors distort the formula instead of renewing it.

Exclusive to Amazon Prime

The jump (Suolis)

(4): Good

Directed by Giedre Zickyte | Lithuania | Documentary

What’s this ? In 1970, a Lithuanian sailor jumps from a Soviet trawler to board a US Coast Guard vessel. A global outcry occurs when his request for political asylum is denied by senior US Navy officials.

How is it ? Almost like a spy film, the Lithuanian Giedré Zickyté evokes a famous case of unjustly violated individual freedom. Well-documented and forcefully staged, the story nonetheless avoids delving into the darker aspects of the endearing protagonist’s story.

En exclusivity on the online park cinema site

The origin of the world

(4): Good

Directed by Laurent Lafitte | France | Comedy | Starring Laurent Lafitte, Karin Viard, Vincent Macaigne

What’s this ? A depressed lawyer, whose heart has stopped beating, panics at the thought of dying. According to his wife’s life coach, in contact with spiritual forces, he will have to do an unthinkable act to save his life.

How is it ? For his first film as a director, Laurent Lafitte (L’HEURE DE LA SORTIE) adapts the play by Sébastien Thiéry. Result: a provocative psychoanalytical comedy, at the crossroads of Bertrand Blier and Francis Veber, staged in a lively and thoughtful way, then defended by an astonishing cast.

Exclusively on Netflix

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) [summary] => This week on your screens, we recommend the films Love, the origin of the world, A hero and others. (1): Masterpiece, (2): Remarkable, (3): Very good, (4): Good, (5): Average, (6): Poor, (7): Shabby Love (2): Outstanding Directed by Michael Haneke | France | Drama | Starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert What’s this ... Read more [atom_content] =>

This week on your screens, we recommend the films Love, the origin of the world, A hero and others.

(1): Masterpiece, (2): Remarkable, (3): Very good, (4): Good, (5): Average, (6): Poor, (7): Shabby


Love

(2): Outstanding

Directed by Michael Haneke | France | Drama | Starring Jean-Louis Trintignant, Emmanuelle Riva, Isabelle Huppert

What’s this ? Paralyzed on the right side following a failed operation, an ex-piano teacher is cared for at home by her husband, an octogenarian like her. When her condition deteriorates, their only daughter pleads in vain for placement in hospital.

How is it ? After the masterful RUBAN BLANC, the Austrian Michael Haneke won a second Palme d’or in a row at Cannes with this poignant and lucid meditation on the strength of love in the face of old age, degeneration and death. The uncluttered, precise, modest staging highlights the admirable Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva.

Sunday 9 p.m. on TFO

Mercenary Brothers (Zeros and Ones)

(4): Good

Directed by Abel Ferrara | Germany | Thriller | Starring Ethan Hawke, Cristina Chiriac, Phil Neilson

What’s this ? Urgently called to Rome to try to prevent an impending terrorist attack, a soldier desperately searches for his twin brother, a rebel who has information that could help him accomplish his mission.

How is it ? This low-budget faux-thriller hides a confused but impassioned reflection on the state of the world. Shot in the midst of a pandemic in a deserted Rome, the film bathes in a strange atmosphere, which Abel Ferrara (THE BAD LIEUTENANT) exploits in a disturbing way. Ethan Hawke proves to be solid in an unlikely duplication.

Video on demand

A hero (Ghahreman)

(4): Good

Directed by Asghar Farhadi | Iran | Drama | Starring Amir Jadidi, Sahar Goldust, Mohsen Tanabandeh

What’s this ? In prison for debt, a divorced father, whose secret girlfriend found a bag containing 17 gold coins, decides to return it to its owner. His generous act, foamed in the media, however, has gray areas.

How is it ? The director of A SEPARATION and THE CLIENT offers us here a new rich and complex x-ray of his native Iran. A few forced developments fleetingly darken this fascinating lesson in the making of heroes in the age of social media, formally mastered and interpreted with conviction.

Video on demand

Hotel Transylvania: Transformania (Hotel Transylvania: Transformania)

(5): Medium

Directed by Derek Drymon and Jennifer Kluska | United States | Animation Film

What’s this ? To inherit his vampire father-in-law’s hotel, a young man turns into a monster. But in the process, the latter finds himself transformed against his will into a harmless human, just like four of his monstrous friends.

How is it ? The sustained rhythm, the animation of good caliber and some kindly wacky situations cannot make us forget the borrowed character of this final part of a breathless series. Drawing on FREAKY FRIDAY as much as in GODZILLA and the adventure film, the authors distort the formula instead of renewing it.

Exclusive to Amazon Prime

The jump (Suolis)

(4): Good

Directed by Giedre Zickyte | Lithuania | Documentary

What’s this ? In 1970, a Lithuanian sailor jumps from a Soviet trawler to board a US Coast Guard vessel. A global outcry occurs when his request for political asylum is denied by senior US Navy officials.

How is it ? Almost like a spy film, the Lithuanian Giedré Zickyté evokes a famous case of unjustly violated individual freedom. Well-documented and forcefully staged, the story nonetheless avoids delving into the darker aspects of the endearing protagonist’s story.

En exclusivity on the online park cinema site

The origin of the world

(4): Good

Directed by Laurent Lafitte | France | Comedy | Starring Laurent Lafitte, Karin Viard, Vincent Macaigne

What’s this ? A depressed lawyer, whose heart has stopped beating, panics at the thought of dying. According to his wife’s life coach, in contact with spiritual forces, he will have to do an unthinkable act to save his life.

How is it ? For his first film as a director, Laurent Lafitte (L’HEURE DE LA SORTIE) adapts the play by Sébastien Thiéry. Result: a provocative psychoanalytical comedy, at the crossroads of Bertrand Blier and Francis Veber, staged in a lively and thoughtful way, then defended by an astonishing cast.

Exclusively on Netflix

Subscribe to our newsletter and receive a daily summary of Montreal news.

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On your screens??Love?, ?The origin of the world? and others

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[date_timestamp] => 1642813576 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => They seek to reign at the Grammy Awards gala [link] => https://awardworld.net/grammys/they-seek-to-reign-at-the-grammy-awards-gala/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => James Melby ) [pubdate] => Sat, 22 Jan 2022 00:04:12 +0000 [category] => GrammysAwardsGalaGrammyreignseek [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13043 [description] => Four young and talented women seek to be the great winner of the Grammy award night, a gala that was postponed from January 31 to the end of March or the beginning of April, for reasons known to all. The singers with the most nominations to be crowned at the night of the famous gramophones ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Four young and talented women seek to be the great winner of the Grammy award night, a gala that was postponed from January 31 to the end of March or the beginning of April, for reasons known to all.

The singers with the most nominations to be crowned at the night of the famous gramophones awarded by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States are Doja Cat, HER, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo. Two of the incentives that the online casino Betway in the previous analysis of the music gala par excellence worldwide.

Of all of them, the one with the most experience in these celebrations for the best of music is the Californian Billie Eilish, but in this Grammy party in nominations she is surpassed by the first two and is tied with Olivia, with 7.

Doja Cat will go to the awards ceremony as one of the industry’s favorites thanks to her album “Planet Her”, considered by critics as “spectacular” and in which she makes important collaborations with Arianna Grande, Young Tug and The Weeknd .

To the surprise of her more than 19 million followers on Instagram, last night of December 24, Doja Cat spoke of her intention to create a double album, with a part focused strictly on hip-hop.

He explained that he would like to focus on a different sound in each part, so this new double album would have seven rap-pop songs on the one hand, while on the other it would have 12 hip-hop songs.

The girl closed a successful 2021 with her 8 Grammy nominations and being the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in its January edition.

With the same number of nominations as Doja Cat is the singer HER, thanks to the receptivity that her record production ?Back of My Mind? had and for the song ?Fight For You? (which is a favorite because it already won at the Oscars as Best Original Song), is among the most relevant categories, as well as in those it dominates, such as: Best R&B Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Song Written for Visuals, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Best Contemporary Song Christian.

HER, the enigmatic artist with black glasses, had an important participation in Radio Disney in the program ‘The Next BIG Thing’ thanks to which she had her great leap to fame, says Glamour-México.

The list of girls with the most favorites and followers are Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo, 18, who each have seven Grammy nominations.

The two singers, promises of pop, according to critics of the show, are called to sweep the gala.

The talented and eccentric Billie Eilish already has seven Grammy Awards and Olivia is the first time she has been nominated for her album ?Drivers License?.

Olivia got off to a good start in 2022. On January 10 it was known that her album “Sour” is the most commercially successful of 2021 in the world according to statistics collected by the specialized website Media Traffic, which attributes about 4.1 million units between sales and its equivalent in reproductions.

The cards are drawn for each of these female voices. Only, as fans, we hope that they announce the date on which the Grammys will finally be held.

This year, you should know by now, surely the Grammys changed some voting rules to make them more transparent, as well as added categories to make this long-awaited event unique for 2022.

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They seek to reign at the Grammy Awards gala

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) [summary] => Four young and talented women seek to be the great winner of the Grammy award night, a gala that was postponed from January 31 to the end of March or the beginning of April, for reasons known to all. The singers with the most nominations to be crowned at the night of the famous gramophones ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Four young and talented women seek to be the great winner of the Grammy award night, a gala that was postponed from January 31 to the end of March or the beginning of April, for reasons known to all.

The singers with the most nominations to be crowned at the night of the famous gramophones awarded by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States are Doja Cat, HER, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo. Two of the incentives that the online casino Betway in the previous analysis of the music gala par excellence worldwide.

Of all of them, the one with the most experience in these celebrations for the best of music is the Californian Billie Eilish, but in this Grammy party in nominations she is surpassed by the first two and is tied with Olivia, with 7.

Doja Cat will go to the awards ceremony as one of the industry’s favorites thanks to her album “Planet Her”, considered by critics as “spectacular” and in which she makes important collaborations with Arianna Grande, Young Tug and The Weeknd .

To the surprise of her more than 19 million followers on Instagram, last night of December 24, Doja Cat spoke of her intention to create a double album, with a part focused strictly on hip-hop.

He explained that he would like to focus on a different sound in each part, so this new double album would have seven rap-pop songs on the one hand, while on the other it would have 12 hip-hop songs.

The girl closed a successful 2021 with her 8 Grammy nominations and being the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in its January edition.

With the same number of nominations as Doja Cat is the singer HER, thanks to the receptivity that her record production ?Back of My Mind? had and for the song ?Fight For You? (which is a favorite because it already won at the Oscars as Best Original Song), is among the most relevant categories, as well as in those it dominates, such as: Best R&B Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Song Written for Visuals, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Best Contemporary Song Christian.

HER, the enigmatic artist with black glasses, had an important participation in Radio Disney in the program ‘The Next BIG Thing’ thanks to which she had her great leap to fame, says Glamour-México.

The list of girls with the most favorites and followers are Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo, 18, who each have seven Grammy nominations.

The two singers, promises of pop, according to critics of the show, are called to sweep the gala.

The talented and eccentric Billie Eilish already has seven Grammy Awards and Olivia is the first time she has been nominated for her album ?Drivers License?.

Olivia got off to a good start in 2022. On January 10 it was known that her album “Sour” is the most commercially successful of 2021 in the world according to statistics collected by the specialized website Media Traffic, which attributes about 4.1 million units between sales and its equivalent in reproductions.

The cards are drawn for each of these female voices. Only, as fans, we hope that they announce the date on which the Grammys will finally be held.

This year, you should know by now, surely the Grammys changed some voting rules to make them more transparent, as well as added categories to make this long-awaited event unique for 2022.

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome content

They seek to reign at the Grammy Awards gala

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[date_timestamp] => 1642809852 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Nobel Prize winners discuss the pandemic and climate change at Future Congress Chile 2022 | Daily Chronicle [link] => https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/nobel-prize-winners-discuss-the-pandemic-and-climate-change-at-future-congress-chile-2022-daily-chronicle/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Armstrong ) [pubdate] => Fri, 21 Jan 2022 22:04:09 +0000 [category] => Nobel PrizechangeChileChronicleclimateCongressDailydiscussfutureNobelpandemicPrizewinners [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13040 [description] => SANTIAGO, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) — Nobel Laureates in Economics, Peace, Medicine and Chemistry reflected on the challenges of the world in the midst of the pandemic and plagued by climate change, during the eleventh version of the Future Congress 2022 in Chile, the most important meeting for the dissemination of sciences, humanities and arts in ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

SANTIAGO, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) — Nobel Laureates in Economics, Peace, Medicine and Chemistry reflected on the challenges of the world in the midst of the pandemic and plagued by climate change, during the eleventh version of the Future Congress 2022 in Chile, the most important meeting for the dissemination of sciences, humanities and arts in Latin America.

The winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics, Esther Duflo, opened the Future Congress last Monday, an instance in which she asserted that in the existence of people “it is not only money that matters, but something to work for dignity”.

The French expert commented in her presentation entitled “Inequality in check” that the global crisis that the world is experiencing due to the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is almost a unique opportunity.

Referring to the pandemic, the famous expert urged that the catastrophe should now make us aware of the fact that there could be another and that “we should not simply assume that because it has not happened it will not happen in the future.”

Meanwhile, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus, stated that “we are at a historical moment in which we must decide whether we will live on the planet or we will disappear.”

The Bangladeshi thinker intervened in last Tuesday’s block “Prepare for the long journey”, in which he argued that humans are the species that is “most in danger at this time” and it is our actions that will decide whether we can survive or not. .

“On this planet we are at a juncture, we can decide if we continue on this path to a suicidal path, we are going to end very soon. We have to turn around and move in another direction,” reflected the banker in his presentation “Little big help” .

On the same day, the 2008 Nobel laureate in Medicine, Harald Zur Hausen, addressed in his presentation “Feeding health” that milk and red meat “would be linked to breast and colon cancer.”

“We have known for a long time that the consumption of red meat is a particular risk factor for colon cancer. In India they do not eat beef and it has the lowest cancer rate,” argued the German scientist in the second block. Tuesday “Collaborative Future”.

He also specified that, according to studies, prolonged breastfeeding reduces the risk of several acute and chronic diseases.

Meanwhile, the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Stanley Whittingham, participated last Wednesday in the conference entitled “Disruptive Humanity”.

The chemist who discovered a key process in the production of lithium batteries during the 1970s stressed during his presentation called “The world after lithium” that a society without lithium is almost non-existent and recalled that today it can be found in cars, batteries for cell phones, televisions, among other devices.

Although he regretted that most of these devices have helped to encourage the acceleration of climate change, he pointed out that worsening can be avoided with fossil energy sources, cleaning energy sources and using wind and solar energy.

This Thursday the first part of the Future Congress 2022 concluded and today it closes with the conference “Digitized: Hacking the binary”.

The Chilean senator and president of the Future Challenges Commission, Guido Girardi, told the local press today that this Future Congress, despite the limitations due to the pandemic, has had “giant success” in the ten regions of the country where it was held.

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) [summary] => SANTIAGO, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) — Nobel Laureates in Economics, Peace, Medicine and Chemistry reflected on the challenges of the world in the midst of the pandemic and plagued by climate change, during the eleventh version of the Future Congress 2022 in Chile, the most important meeting for the dissemination of sciences, humanities and arts in ... Read more [atom_content] =>

SANTIAGO, Jan. 20 (Xinhua) — Nobel Laureates in Economics, Peace, Medicine and Chemistry reflected on the challenges of the world in the midst of the pandemic and plagued by climate change, during the eleventh version of the Future Congress 2022 in Chile, the most important meeting for the dissemination of sciences, humanities and arts in Latin America.

The winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics, Esther Duflo, opened the Future Congress last Monday, an instance in which she asserted that in the existence of people “it is not only money that matters, but something to work for dignity”.

The French expert commented in her presentation entitled “Inequality in check” that the global crisis that the world is experiencing due to the pandemic caused by the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is almost a unique opportunity.

Referring to the pandemic, the famous expert urged that the catastrophe should now make us aware of the fact that there could be another and that “we should not simply assume that because it has not happened it will not happen in the future.”

Meanwhile, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus, stated that “we are at a historical moment in which we must decide whether we will live on the planet or we will disappear.”

The Bangladeshi thinker intervened in last Tuesday’s block “Prepare for the long journey”, in which he argued that humans are the species that is “most in danger at this time” and it is our actions that will decide whether we can survive or not. .

“On this planet we are at a juncture, we can decide if we continue on this path to a suicidal path, we are going to end very soon. We have to turn around and move in another direction,” reflected the banker in his presentation “Little big help” .

On the same day, the 2008 Nobel laureate in Medicine, Harald Zur Hausen, addressed in his presentation “Feeding health” that milk and red meat “would be linked to breast and colon cancer.”

“We have known for a long time that the consumption of red meat is a particular risk factor for colon cancer. In India they do not eat beef and it has the lowest cancer rate,” argued the German scientist in the second block. Tuesday “Collaborative Future”.

He also specified that, according to studies, prolonged breastfeeding reduces the risk of several acute and chronic diseases.

Meanwhile, the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Stanley Whittingham, participated last Wednesday in the conference entitled “Disruptive Humanity”.

The chemist who discovered a key process in the production of lithium batteries during the 1970s stressed during his presentation called “The world after lithium” that a society without lithium is almost non-existent and recalled that today it can be found in cars, batteries for cell phones, televisions, among other devices.

Although he regretted that most of these devices have helped to encourage the acceleration of climate change, he pointed out that worsening can be avoided with fossil energy sources, cleaning energy sources and using wind and solar energy.

This Thursday the first part of the Future Congress 2022 concluded and today it closes with the conference “Digitized: Hacking the binary”.

The Chilean senator and president of the Future Challenges Commission, Guido Girardi, told the local press today that this Future Congress, despite the limitations due to the pandemic, has had “giant success” in the ten regions of the country where it was held.

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Nobel Prize winners discuss the pandemic and climate change at Future Congress Chile 2022 | Daily Chronicle

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[date_timestamp] => 1642802649 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Who are the artists with the most nominations at the Grammys? [link] => https://awardworld.net/grammys/who-are-the-artists-with-the-most-nominations-at-the-grammys/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => James Melby ) [pubdate] => Fri, 21 Jan 2022 21:01:00 +0000 [category] => Grammysartistsnominations [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13037 [description] => for: Uniradio Informs – 21 January 2022, 11:52 a.m. MEXICO.- The long-awaited Grammy Awards gala will no longer be this January 31. Artists, producers and fans will have to wait a few more months for health reasons. For now, what we know is that it will be a night of great talent to recognize with ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

for: Uniradio Informs – 21 January 2022, 11:52 a.m.

MEXICO.- The long-awaited Grammy Awards gala will no longer be this January 31. Artists, producers and fans will have to wait a few more months for health reasons.

For now, what we know is that it will be a night of great talent to recognize with the famous gramophones of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States.

Let’s remember who are the artists with the most nominations with the help of an infographic prepared by the online casino Bethway.

The leader of the nominees is the American pianist and singer Jon Batiste, an influencer with a dreamer spirit.

Batiste, “Oscar-winner” last year for his contribution to the music of the film Soul, has 11 nominations for his album “We Are” and the song Freedom, the same one with which he captured the interest of former President Barack Obama.

This 35-year-old jazz pianist is the favorite to monopolize the awards and the night of the Grammys.

In 8 categories, dominating musical preferences, is the Canadian Justin Bieber. He is looking to win gramophone for his album Justice, nominated for Album of the Year, Best Recording of the Year, Best Local Pop Album, Best Song of the Year with the single Peaches ft. Daniel Caesar and Giveon, Best R&B Performance, Best Music Video, Best Pop Solo Vocal Performance, Best Pop Duo or Group Performance and Best R&B Performance.

Justin Bieber’s Justice album was released in March 2021 and about the production he said: “In these times when our planet suffers so much, humanity needs healing and also needs justice”, hence this album, whose purpose is that “provide comfort and make songs that people can connect with and feel less alone”.

To date, the Canadian has won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Dance Recording and Best Country Duo/Group Performance.

The American rapper Doja Cat will go to the night of the Grammys with the support of 8 nominations with her album ?Planet Her?, in which she has important collaborations with Arianna Grande, Young Tug and The Weeknd.

Eight nominations also carry HER, the American singer who left her name of Gabriella Wilson behind and who comes to demonstrate her musical stature with her debut album “Back of My Mind” and for the song “Fight For You”, which is said to be It is already a favorite because it has already won the Oscars for Best Original Song.

HER also competes in the categories Best R&B Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Song Written for Visuals, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Best Contemporary Christian Song.

The list of nominees would not be complete without a great one: Billie Eilish, who, as El País, from Spain, published in 2020, “made history by winning the four general categories of the Grammy Awards in the same year.”

Billie, born in California, United States, and those of us who are accustomed to her impressive outfits, had already managed to be the youngest person (17 years old) nominated in the four main categories of the Grammys, adds the Spanish site.

For this 2022, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo are tied with seven nominations. The young promises of pop are the favorites to win several gramophones.

Eilish already has seven Grammy Awards and Olivia is the first time she has been nominated for her album ?Drivers License? at the age of 18.

For the 64th gala, from which we all expect a new date, the Grammys changed some voting rules to make them more transparent, as well as adding categories to make this long-awaited event something unique for 2022.

1642798853 537 Who are the artists with the most nominations at the

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) [summary] => for: Uniradio Informs – 21 January 2022, 11:52 a.m. MEXICO.- The long-awaited Grammy Awards gala will no longer be this January 31. Artists, producers and fans will have to wait a few more months for health reasons. For now, what we know is that it will be a night of great talent to recognize with ... Read more [atom_content] =>

for: Uniradio Informs – 21 January 2022, 11:52 a.m.

MEXICO.- The long-awaited Grammy Awards gala will no longer be this January 31. Artists, producers and fans will have to wait a few more months for health reasons.

For now, what we know is that it will be a night of great talent to recognize with the famous gramophones of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States.

Let’s remember who are the artists with the most nominations with the help of an infographic prepared by the online casino Bethway.

The leader of the nominees is the American pianist and singer Jon Batiste, an influencer with a dreamer spirit.

Batiste, “Oscar-winner” last year for his contribution to the music of the film Soul, has 11 nominations for his album “We Are” and the song Freedom, the same one with which he captured the interest of former President Barack Obama.

This 35-year-old jazz pianist is the favorite to monopolize the awards and the night of the Grammys.

In 8 categories, dominating musical preferences, is the Canadian Justin Bieber. He is looking to win gramophone for his album Justice, nominated for Album of the Year, Best Recording of the Year, Best Local Pop Album, Best Song of the Year with the single Peaches ft. Daniel Caesar and Giveon, Best R&B Performance, Best Music Video, Best Pop Solo Vocal Performance, Best Pop Duo or Group Performance and Best R&B Performance.

Justin Bieber’s Justice album was released in March 2021 and about the production he said: “In these times when our planet suffers so much, humanity needs healing and also needs justice”, hence this album, whose purpose is that “provide comfort and make songs that people can connect with and feel less alone”.

To date, the Canadian has won 2 Grammy Awards for Best Dance Recording and Best Country Duo/Group Performance.

The American rapper Doja Cat will go to the night of the Grammys with the support of 8 nominations with her album ?Planet Her?, in which she has important collaborations with Arianna Grande, Young Tug and The Weeknd.

Eight nominations also carry HER, the American singer who left her name of Gabriella Wilson behind and who comes to demonstrate her musical stature with her debut album “Back of My Mind” and for the song “Fight For You”, which is said to be It is already a favorite because it has already won the Oscars for Best Original Song.

HER also competes in the categories Best R&B Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Song Written for Visuals, Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Best Contemporary Christian Song.

The list of nominees would not be complete without a great one: Billie Eilish, who, as El País, from Spain, published in 2020, “made history by winning the four general categories of the Grammy Awards in the same year.”

Billie, born in California, United States, and those of us who are accustomed to her impressive outfits, had already managed to be the youngest person (17 years old) nominated in the four main categories of the Grammys, adds the Spanish site.

For this 2022, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo are tied with seven nominations. The young promises of pop are the favorites to win several gramophones.

Eilish already has seven Grammy Awards and Olivia is the first time she has been nominated for her album ?Drivers License? at the age of 18.

For the 64th gala, from which we all expect a new date, the Grammys changed some voting rules to make them more transparent, as well as adding categories to make this long-awaited event something unique for 2022.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642798860 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Bukele asks Turkey to ?change the course of history? | News from El Salvador [link] => https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/bukele-asks-turkey-to-change-the-course-of-history-news-from-el-salvador/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Armstrong ) [pubdate] => Fri, 21 Jan 2022 19:01:47 +0000 [category] => Nobel PrizeBukelechangehistoryNewsSalvadorTurkey [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13034 [description] => This was stated by the president during the speech he gave at the University of Ankara, where he was received as part of his agenda for his second day of official visit to that country. President Nayib Bukele asked Turkey to “change the course of history” during a speech he offered at the University of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

This was stated by the president during the speech he gave at the University of Ankara, where he was received as part of his agenda for his second day of official visit to that country.

President Nayib Bukele asked Turkey to “change the course of history” during a speech he offered at the University of Ankara, where he was received this Friday as part of the agenda he was developing on his second day of official visit to that nation.

?In this country with which we want to become brothers more than ever, I want to make you this invitation: let’s change the course of history, overcoming the obstacles that will always exist, but let’s win the present, but always thinking about winning the future. Let’s not only win the present, as was thought before, but the future was left out,” said the president during a ceremony in which the university authorities awarded him the title of “Friendship.”

Bukele based his statement on the history of the Ottoman Empire, which in his opinion “won the present, but lost the future” by not reaching America, so he suggested that Turkey not make the same mistake and expand its market to that continent.

?At that time the strategists of the largest empire decided that it was very expensive to go to America and it was easier to go nearby and therefore they won the present, because they chose more profitable routes in the present at that time, but they lost the future that was coming. in the new world (America) and the Ottoman Empire was not part of that new world. The same is happening now, Turkey is expanding, Turkish companies are leaving other countries, Turkish markets are opening up to other countries, but the markets are always Europe, Asia and the Middle East, it is always where it is closest, where it has more logic and do not see towards the new world?, he stated.

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In his message, Bukele also made reference to the fact that, according to him, although “200 years ago” El Salvador “freed itself from the Spanish colony”, it continues “suffering from the yoke of other powers and two and a half years ago it began to build the true future.

?I come from a small country called El Salvador, located in the center of America. When people hear ‘America’ they think of the United States. But the United States is only part of the continent. America is a vast territory, with triumphs and sufferings,? he said in statements taken from the Twitter of the Presidential House.

He added that “the Latin American peoples are similar to the Turkish people: hard-working, friendly, with human warmth.”

?Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian writer, said in his Nobel Prize for Literature speech in 1982, that Latin America is an ‘immense homeland of hallucinated men and historical women, whose endless stubbornness is confused with legend.’ That stubbornness that García Márquez talks about is not in the negative sense, but the stubbornness understood as that tireless work so that our future is better than our present and our past?, he mentioned in his speech.

Emphasizing El Salvador, he assured that ?great powers of the world have set their sights on our small territory, because they have seen what we are capable of. How would the course of history have changed if we had not overcome all these obstacles?

He reiterated that his government wants El Salvador to look towards other horizons and not only towards the United States, its main trading partner, “and one of these places is Turkey.”

?We want the world to see in El Salvador an example, not only of what we Salvadorans can achieve, but of all the potential that exists in Latin America. We want to be the spearhead, and that is why we are learning from you?, he expressed before academics and diplomats who attended the academic event.

Bukele and his wife Gabriela lead the entourage of his government on a state visit to Turkey that ends this Friday. The next official mission of the president and his delegates is scheduled for January 22-26 in the United Arab Emirates.

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This was stated by the president during the speech he gave at the University of Ankara, where he was received as part of his agenda for his second day of official visit to that country.

President Nayib Bukele asked Turkey to “change the course of history” during a speech he offered at the University of Ankara, where he was received this Friday as part of the agenda he was developing on his second day of official visit to that nation.

?In this country with which we want to become brothers more than ever, I want to make you this invitation: let’s change the course of history, overcoming the obstacles that will always exist, but let’s win the present, but always thinking about winning the future. Let’s not only win the present, as was thought before, but the future was left out,” said the president during a ceremony in which the university authorities awarded him the title of “Friendship.”

Bukele based his statement on the history of the Ottoman Empire, which in his opinion “won the present, but lost the future” by not reaching America, so he suggested that Turkey not make the same mistake and expand its market to that continent.

?At that time the strategists of the largest empire decided that it was very expensive to go to America and it was easier to go nearby and therefore they won the present, because they chose more profitable routes in the present at that time, but they lost the future that was coming. in the new world (America) and the Ottoman Empire was not part of that new world. The same is happening now, Turkey is expanding, Turkish companies are leaving other countries, Turkish markets are opening up to other countries, but the markets are always Europe, Asia and the Middle East, it is always where it is closest, where it has more logic and do not see towards the new world?, he stated.

YOU MAY BE INTERESTED: Bukele visits a company in Turkey that manufactures drones, helicopters, planes and satellites

In his message, Bukele also made reference to the fact that, according to him, although “200 years ago” El Salvador “freed itself from the Spanish colony”, it continues “suffering from the yoke of other powers and two and a half years ago it began to build the true future.

?I come from a small country called El Salvador, located in the center of America. When people hear ‘America’ they think of the United States. But the United States is only part of the continent. America is a vast territory, with triumphs and sufferings,? he said in statements taken from the Twitter of the Presidential House.

He added that “the Latin American peoples are similar to the Turkish people: hard-working, friendly, with human warmth.”

?Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian writer, said in his Nobel Prize for Literature speech in 1982, that Latin America is an ‘immense homeland of hallucinated men and historical women, whose endless stubbornness is confused with legend.’ That stubbornness that García Márquez talks about is not in the negative sense, but the stubbornness understood as that tireless work so that our future is better than our present and our past?, he mentioned in his speech.

Emphasizing El Salvador, he assured that ?great powers of the world have set their sights on our small territory, because they have seen what we are capable of. How would the course of history have changed if we had not overcome all these obstacles?

He reiterated that his government wants El Salvador to look towards other horizons and not only towards the United States, its main trading partner, “and one of these places is Turkey.”

?We want the world to see in El Salvador an example, not only of what we Salvadorans can achieve, but of all the potential that exists in Latin America. We want to be the spearhead, and that is why we are learning from you?, he expressed before academics and diplomats who attended the academic event.

Bukele and his wife Gabriela lead the entourage of his government on a state visit to Turkey that ends this Friday. The next official mission of the president and his delegates is scheduled for January 22-26 in the United Arab Emirates.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642791707 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => I go to the shrink [link] => https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/i-go-to-the-shrink/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Stephen Juarez ) [pubdate] => Fri, 21 Jan 2022 17:59:24 +0000 [category] => Palme D?orshrink [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13028 [description] => Back to the future that perhaps awaits us… May 10, 2031. I’m in low spirits. I don’t know if it’s the effect of the 42and dose or the obligation to sleep with his mask on pain of legal proceedings, but I do not feel very well. Like a diffuse feeling of suffocation. In addition, you ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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May 10, 2031. I’m in low spirits. I don’t know if it’s the effect of the 42and dose or the obligation to sleep with his mask on pain of legal proceedings, but I do not feel very well. Like a diffuse feeling of suffocation. In addition, you really have to be careful what you say in public now. Besides, having to fill out and sign a ?consent agreement? before each sexual encounter is definitely not my thing.

On the advice of a friend, I made an appointment with a shrink for the first time in my life. She receives on the side of the rue de Bièvre, in the heart of the capital. The place is elegant: near the divan, a library houses the complete works of Gérard Miller and Louis Aragon. On the vermilion wall, a signed portrait of Christiane Taubira with her tricolor scarf in the gardens of the Élysée. A special edition of Telerama dedicated to Bénabar is placed carelessly on a corner of the desk. My shrink waits for me to lie down and then begins the conversation in a sweet voice, à la Bruce Toussaint:

She – What do you want to talk about?

Me – Uh… I don’t know, you’re taking me a little off guard…

? Tell me about your day yesterday, for example.

– Oh ! Nothing exceptional, we will be bored. In the morning, I took my car to do some shopping at Leclerc?

? It will soon no longer be called Leclerc, the brand will change its name.

– Well why?

? We learned that the founder of the group, Édouard Leclerc, had not been very clear during the Occupation?

? Decidedly! Last month already for the same reasons it was Renault, renamed ?People’s car?. And we are about to demolish the Pantheon…

? Which is legitimate. We realized that Dumas, Voltaire and Rousseau were misogynists, Condorcet Islamophobic, Abbé Grégoire and Jaurès anti-Semitic, that Hugo, Zola and Schoelcher defended colonization and that Malraux served time in prison after looting the statues of a Khmer temple? But go on, please.

? So, arrived at Leclerc not clear (I start giggling stupidly) impossible to park in the car park, 90% of spaces are now reserved for the disabled?

? For people with reduced mobility you mean.

? Yes, if you prefer. It’s a cornucopia thing this story, because there are plenty of free places everywhere, but we are not allowed to park there. Suddenly, I fucked myself in warning and I did my shopping in fourth gear. The cashier, even with her mask, was damn cute by the way?

? The cashier is better.

– Yes, it’s the same.

? No, it’s less degrading.

– Uh … anyway, I also had time to make some provisions for my mother, who lives in Paris, poor thing. I thought of buying her Pepitos, she loves them. Do you know what a Pepito we eat at midnight is?

– No.

? A Pepitard.

I can’t help but start laughing madly which fades immediately, my interlocutor remaining unmoved. Impavid, she invites me to continue. I execute:

? I wanted to bring my mother the few provisions I had taken for her, but once in Paris, I had to cover barely 500 meters in an hour. The guy with reduced mobility was me for once.

– Apparently it wasn’t going very well.

? Of course, I usually do 500 meters in barely half an hour! As I was very upset, I turned back and went home. So, I gave the Pepitos to the neighborhood tramp, sorry to the tramp…

? To the homeless.

– I was going to say it. The time to say hello to my concierge, a somewhat harsh old gentleman from the sheet…

? A hearing-impaired senior caretaker.

“Are you going to correct me at every sentence?” This is getting tiring!

? Words mean a lot of things you know. In your case, they are very often stigmatizing. I sense a buried anger in you, a lot of animosity, prejudice too? But please continue.

? I then find myself with my bags full of groceries on my arms having to share the elevator with my neighbor from 4and stage. The problem is that our elevator is narrow and my neighbor is like? uh? somewhat overweight.

– You see when you want!

To read also, Samuel Fitoussi: The day of Gilbert, fanatic of the vaccine pass and covido-supremacist

? Well, despite everything the elevator holds up, which was not won, believe me. Arrived safely, Conchita helps me put away?

? Conchita?

– Yes, she’s my cleaning lady.

– No !

– Uh … my good?

– Even less !

? My surface technician?

? Great!

? With you, I have the impression of being Daniel Auteuil who is taking the Bac in The Under-Gifted. A machine gives him a lollipop when he gives a good answer and slaps him if he’s wrong. Have you seen the movie?

? Was it awarded at the Venice Film Festival?

– No.

? He got the Golden Bear in Berlin?

– I doubt.

? A Palme d’or at Cannes, a César at least?

– I do not believe.

? So no, I couldn’t see your feature film.

? By the way, as Conchita is a dwarf, what should I say?

? A person with upset verticality.

? Logic, I should have thought of that. So, as I’m still quite overwhelmed by my half-day lost in Paris, I phone Clarisse to tell her to come…

“Clarissa?”

– A girlfriend. We spend good time together, finally you know what I mean?

? Please continue.

? Clarisse arrives and since we are no longer allowed to kiss each other, I give her a little slap on the buttocks?

(Yelling) ? Oh no sir! Please spare me the details of your sexual assault!

? Don’t shout, you scared me. It’s not a sexual assault, Clarisse is consenting. She’s even in love with me.

– She’s under the influence, you mean.

? Nah, she told me: she’s in love.

– That’s what she thinks.

? So we did, how to say, the thing on the sofa?

“Was Conchita still present?”

– No, she was gone.

– You reassure me. And you did sign the ?prior consent agreement??

– We didn’t think of that.

? You’re lucky, professional secrecy prevents me from denouncing you to the police despite the directives of the Minister of the Interior, pardon the Minister of Inclusion as we say now. But beware, for this kind of “business”, the prescription has just been set at one hundred years. And then what happened?

? Clarisse went to her Pontius Pilate class and I took the opportunity to finish an Agatha Christie.

– Which ?

? I dare not say it.

? Say.

? The Ten Little N?

(Appalled) ? Do you have the forbidden version at home, the one with the wrong title?!

? I found it in my cellar, my grandfather gave it to me.

? You are not unaware that you are liable to a penalty of national indignity?

– Oh no, not yet!

? How come not yet?

? I have already been convicted of incitement to racial hatred last summer.

– What did you do ?

? I left a bad review on Trip Advisor about a Moroccan restaurant. I wrote that the couscous was gross, undercooked. I was identified with my IP address.

? What you wrote there is terribly discriminatory.

? I still find that a bit harsh. If I had swung a negative comment about a pizzeria, I would have been left alone.

? Yes, since you cannot be suspected of racism in this specific case.

? Even if the pizza maker is Arab?

? If the pizza maker comes from diversity? Uh? I have a doubt there, good question. Anyway, our session is coming to an end.

– How much do I owe you ?

? 250 euros.

? 250 balls?! It’s almost as expensive as a full tank of gas! It’s a tidy sum, tell me.

? That’s good, your last sentence shows you’re on the right track.

Before slipping away, she made me make an appointment for the following week. I don’t know if I will go back…

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) [summary] => Back to the future that perhaps awaits us… May 10, 2031. I’m in low spirits. I don’t know if it’s the effect of the 42and dose or the obligation to sleep with his mask on pain of legal proceedings, but I do not feel very well. Like a diffuse feeling of suffocation. In addition, you ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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May 10, 2031. I’m in low spirits. I don’t know if it’s the effect of the 42and dose or the obligation to sleep with his mask on pain of legal proceedings, but I do not feel very well. Like a diffuse feeling of suffocation. In addition, you really have to be careful what you say in public now. Besides, having to fill out and sign a ?consent agreement? before each sexual encounter is definitely not my thing.

On the advice of a friend, I made an appointment with a shrink for the first time in my life. She receives on the side of the rue de Bièvre, in the heart of the capital. The place is elegant: near the divan, a library houses the complete works of Gérard Miller and Louis Aragon. On the vermilion wall, a signed portrait of Christiane Taubira with her tricolor scarf in the gardens of the Élysée. A special edition of Telerama dedicated to Bénabar is placed carelessly on a corner of the desk. My shrink waits for me to lie down and then begins the conversation in a sweet voice, à la Bruce Toussaint:

She – What do you want to talk about?

Me – Uh… I don’t know, you’re taking me a little off guard…

? Tell me about your day yesterday, for example.

– Oh ! Nothing exceptional, we will be bored. In the morning, I took my car to do some shopping at Leclerc?

? It will soon no longer be called Leclerc, the brand will change its name.

– Well why?

? We learned that the founder of the group, Édouard Leclerc, had not been very clear during the Occupation?

? Decidedly! Last month already for the same reasons it was Renault, renamed ?People’s car?. And we are about to demolish the Pantheon…

? Which is legitimate. We realized that Dumas, Voltaire and Rousseau were misogynists, Condorcet Islamophobic, Abbé Grégoire and Jaurès anti-Semitic, that Hugo, Zola and Schoelcher defended colonization and that Malraux served time in prison after looting the statues of a Khmer temple? But go on, please.

? So, arrived at Leclerc not clear (I start giggling stupidly) impossible to park in the car park, 90% of spaces are now reserved for the disabled?

? For people with reduced mobility you mean.

? Yes, if you prefer. It’s a cornucopia thing this story, because there are plenty of free places everywhere, but we are not allowed to park there. Suddenly, I fucked myself in warning and I did my shopping in fourth gear. The cashier, even with her mask, was damn cute by the way?

? The cashier is better.

– Yes, it’s the same.

? No, it’s less degrading.

– Uh … anyway, I also had time to make some provisions for my mother, who lives in Paris, poor thing. I thought of buying her Pepitos, she loves them. Do you know what a Pepito we eat at midnight is?

– No.

? A Pepitard.

I can’t help but start laughing madly which fades immediately, my interlocutor remaining unmoved. Impavid, she invites me to continue. I execute:

? I wanted to bring my mother the few provisions I had taken for her, but once in Paris, I had to cover barely 500 meters in an hour. The guy with reduced mobility was me for once.

– Apparently it wasn’t going very well.

? Of course, I usually do 500 meters in barely half an hour! As I was very upset, I turned back and went home. So, I gave the Pepitos to the neighborhood tramp, sorry to the tramp…

? To the homeless.

– I was going to say it. The time to say hello to my concierge, a somewhat harsh old gentleman from the sheet…

? A hearing-impaired senior caretaker.

“Are you going to correct me at every sentence?” This is getting tiring!

? Words mean a lot of things you know. In your case, they are very often stigmatizing. I sense a buried anger in you, a lot of animosity, prejudice too? But please continue.

? I then find myself with my bags full of groceries on my arms having to share the elevator with my neighbor from 4and stage. The problem is that our elevator is narrow and my neighbor is like? uh? somewhat overweight.

– You see when you want!

To read also, Samuel Fitoussi: The day of Gilbert, fanatic of the vaccine pass and covido-supremacist

? Well, despite everything the elevator holds up, which was not won, believe me. Arrived safely, Conchita helps me put away?

? Conchita?

– Yes, she’s my cleaning lady.

– No !

– Uh … my good?

– Even less !

? My surface technician?

? Great!

? With you, I have the impression of being Daniel Auteuil who is taking the Bac in The Under-Gifted. A machine gives him a lollipop when he gives a good answer and slaps him if he’s wrong. Have you seen the movie?

? Was it awarded at the Venice Film Festival?

– No.

? He got the Golden Bear in Berlin?

– I doubt.

? A Palme d’or at Cannes, a César at least?

– I do not believe.

? So no, I couldn’t see your feature film.

? By the way, as Conchita is a dwarf, what should I say?

? A person with upset verticality.

? Logic, I should have thought of that. So, as I’m still quite overwhelmed by my half-day lost in Paris, I phone Clarisse to tell her to come…

“Clarissa?”

– A girlfriend. We spend good time together, finally you know what I mean?

? Please continue.

? Clarisse arrives and since we are no longer allowed to kiss each other, I give her a little slap on the buttocks?

(Yelling) ? Oh no sir! Please spare me the details of your sexual assault!

? Don’t shout, you scared me. It’s not a sexual assault, Clarisse is consenting. She’s even in love with me.

– She’s under the influence, you mean.

? Nah, she told me: she’s in love.

– That’s what she thinks.

? So we did, how to say, the thing on the sofa?

“Was Conchita still present?”

– No, she was gone.

– You reassure me. And you did sign the ?prior consent agreement??

– We didn’t think of that.

? You’re lucky, professional secrecy prevents me from denouncing you to the police despite the directives of the Minister of the Interior, pardon the Minister of Inclusion as we say now. But beware, for this kind of “business”, the prescription has just been set at one hundred years. And then what happened?

? Clarisse went to her Pontius Pilate class and I took the opportunity to finish an Agatha Christie.

– Which ?

? I dare not say it.

? Say.

? The Ten Little N?

(Appalled) ? Do you have the forbidden version at home, the one with the wrong title?!

? I found it in my cellar, my grandfather gave it to me.

? You are not unaware that you are liable to a penalty of national indignity?

– Oh no, not yet!

? How come not yet?

? I have already been convicted of incitement to racial hatred last summer.

– What did you do ?

? I left a bad review on Trip Advisor about a Moroccan restaurant. I wrote that the couscous was gross, undercooked. I was identified with my IP address.

? What you wrote there is terribly discriminatory.

? I still find that a bit harsh. If I had swung a negative comment about a pizzeria, I would have been left alone.

? Yes, since you cannot be suspected of racism in this specific case.

? Even if the pizza maker is Arab?

? If the pizza maker comes from diversity? Uh? I have a doubt there, good question. Anyway, our session is coming to an end.

– How much do I owe you ?

? 250 euros.

? 250 balls?! It’s almost as expensive as a full tank of gas! It’s a tidy sum, tell me.

? That’s good, your last sentence shows you’re on the right track.

Before slipping away, she made me make an appointment for the following week. I don’t know if I will go back…

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[date_timestamp] => 1642787964 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Nature now incapable of surviving without man: the shocking investigation by journalist Elizabeth Kolbert [link] => https://awardworld.net/pulitzer-prize/nature-now-incapable-of-surviving-without-man-the-shocking-investigation-by-journalist-elizabeth-kolbert/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Martha Nance ) [pubdate] => Fri, 21 Jan 2022 17:07:03 +0000 [category] => Pulitzer PrizeElizabethincapableinvestigationjournalistKolbertnatureshockingSurviving [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13024 [description] => She received the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2015 for her best-selling book: The 6and extinction, dedicated to the biodiversity crisis. American journalist Elizabeth Kolbert published her latest book yesterday in France: fish in the desert published by Buchet-Chastel, or how man is now trying to repair nature after having seriously damaged it. Asian carp had ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

She received the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2015 for her best-selling book: The 6and extinction, dedicated to the biodiversity crisis. American journalist Elizabeth Kolbert published her latest book yesterday in France: fish in the desert published by Buchet-Chastel, or how man is now trying to repair nature after having seriously damaged it.

Asian carp had to control the proliferation of aquatic weeds

This is the latest investigation by the journalist from New Yorker, which begins on the banks of the Chicago Canal. This sanitary and naval canal was inaugurated a century ago and built to reverse the course of the Chicago River, which then discharged the city’s wastewater into Lake Michigan. According to Elizabeth Kolbert ?They connected two great hydrological systems, that of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River which were not connected until then. Now there are many invasive species in both environments and they can go from one to the other..

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The problem is that the United States imported for the first time in 1963, Asian carp. They were to control the proliferation of aquatic weeds. But they are the ones that will proliferate. They can weigh up to 40 kilos and wherever they are, they outcompete native fish. They are now in very large numbers in the Mississippi and threaten to rise in the Great Lakes. The US Army engineers had to find a solution to prevent them from passing: ?what they imagined was to pass a lot of electricity through the water. And so when a living creature arrives, it takes an electric shock. The objective is for these carp to turn back and go the other way?.

A degraded, altered nature, which is no longer able to survive without the help of man

Elizabeth Kolbert’s investigation also takes her to the offices of researchers at Harvard, who are working on solar geoengineering. The objective is to diffuse particles of calcite for example, in the stratosphere to reflect the rays of the sun and thus reduce the quantity of sun which arrives on Earth. One downside is that the sky could turn white all over the place. Elizabeth Kolbert also travels to Australia to the world’s largest research aquarium. The researchers wait for nights to reproduce corals which they hope will become more resistant to the new climatic conditions: ?The idea here is that if you bring together corals that could never have reproduced in the wild, you create hybrid corals that might be tougher than their parents. This is the heart of the super coral project? says Elizabeth Kolbert.

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This is called assisted evolution and beyond corals, it is actually the idea of ??an assisted nature that Elizabeth Kolbert disseminates in her book. A degraded, altered nature, which is often no longer able to survive without the help of man: ?this idea that we have so disrupted the living world ? we have succeeded in warming all the oceans for example ? and that we must now intervene on the living to try to adapt it to the modifications that we have created, it struck me and it opens a new chapter in the long history of our relationship with nature?. Species pushed to the edge of the precipice and then brought back to us. This is the case, for example, of pupfish, these tiny fish that live in a cavity in the middle of the Nevada desert. They almost disappeared since promoters had pumped the aquifers around. They owe their salvation only to the intervention of biologists. fish in the desert is signed Elizabeth Kolbert published by Buchet-Chastel.

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) [summary] => She received the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2015 for her best-selling book: The 6and extinction, dedicated to the biodiversity crisis. American journalist Elizabeth Kolbert published her latest book yesterday in France: fish in the desert published by Buchet-Chastel, or how man is now trying to repair nature after having seriously damaged it. Asian carp had ... Read more [atom_content] =>

She received the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2015 for her best-selling book: The 6and extinction, dedicated to the biodiversity crisis. American journalist Elizabeth Kolbert published her latest book yesterday in France: fish in the desert published by Buchet-Chastel, or how man is now trying to repair nature after having seriously damaged it.

Asian carp had to control the proliferation of aquatic weeds

This is the latest investigation by the journalist from New Yorker, which begins on the banks of the Chicago Canal. This sanitary and naval canal was inaugurated a century ago and built to reverse the course of the Chicago River, which then discharged the city’s wastewater into Lake Michigan. According to Elizabeth Kolbert ?They connected two great hydrological systems, that of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River which were not connected until then. Now there are many invasive species in both environments and they can go from one to the other..

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The problem is that the United States imported for the first time in 1963, Asian carp. They were to control the proliferation of aquatic weeds. But they are the ones that will proliferate. They can weigh up to 40 kilos and wherever they are, they outcompete native fish. They are now in very large numbers in the Mississippi and threaten to rise in the Great Lakes. The US Army engineers had to find a solution to prevent them from passing: ?what they imagined was to pass a lot of electricity through the water. And so when a living creature arrives, it takes an electric shock. The objective is for these carp to turn back and go the other way?.

A degraded, altered nature, which is no longer able to survive without the help of man

Elizabeth Kolbert’s investigation also takes her to the offices of researchers at Harvard, who are working on solar geoengineering. The objective is to diffuse particles of calcite for example, in the stratosphere to reflect the rays of the sun and thus reduce the quantity of sun which arrives on Earth. One downside is that the sky could turn white all over the place. Elizabeth Kolbert also travels to Australia to the world’s largest research aquarium. The researchers wait for nights to reproduce corals which they hope will become more resistant to the new climatic conditions: ?The idea here is that if you bring together corals that could never have reproduced in the wild, you create hybrid corals that might be tougher than their parents. This is the heart of the super coral project? says Elizabeth Kolbert.

Read also

This is called assisted evolution and beyond corals, it is actually the idea of ??an assisted nature that Elizabeth Kolbert disseminates in her book. A degraded, altered nature, which is often no longer able to survive without the help of man: ?this idea that we have so disrupted the living world ? we have succeeded in warming all the oceans for example ? and that we must now intervene on the living to try to adapt it to the modifications that we have created, it struck me and it opens a new chapter in the long history of our relationship with nature?. Species pushed to the edge of the precipice and then brought back to us. This is the case, for example, of pupfish, these tiny fish that live in a cavity in the middle of the Nevada desert. They almost disappeared since promoters had pumped the aquifers around. They owe their salvation only to the intervention of biologists. fish in the desert is signed Elizabeth Kolbert published by Buchet-Chastel.

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[date_timestamp] => 1642784823 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => The Gabo family, friend and writer in a single book [link] => https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/the-gabo-family-friend-and-writer-in-a-single-book/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => David Armstrong ) [pubdate] => Fri, 21 Jan 2022 15:58:17 +0000 [category] => Nobel PrizebookfamilyfriendGabosinglewriter [guid] => https://awardworld.net/?p=13021 [description] => Unknown even to his biographers, the small photograph of Gabriel Garcia Marquez “Gabito” in which he appears dressed in a white robe, lying on a pillow and taken a few days after birth, is one of the findings contained in the book “Gabriel García Márquez. Life, magic and work of a global writer? written by ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Unknown even to his biographers, the small photograph of Gabriel Garcia Marquez “Gabito” in which he appears dressed in a white robe, lying on a pillow and taken a few days after birth, is one of the findings contained in the book “Gabriel García Márquez. Life, magic and work of a global writer? written by Alvaro Santana Acuna, a work where you can also see a Gabo in a bathing suit during a vacation on the Italian island of Pantelleria, or read the beginning of the first chapter 1 of the manuscript of “See you in August”, the novel that left unfinished the Nobel Prize for Literature or see passages such as ?Visita al Papa? that correspond to the second volume, also unfinished, of his memoirs ?Vivir para narrala?.

Unpublished or little-known images alternate with iconic photographs of Gabriel García Márquez, such as the one in which he corrects the galleys of ?One Hundred Years of Solitude?, or that other portrait where he poses with the novel ?One Hundred Years of Solitude? on his head, or that other very famous one where he smiles with a black eye after the blow he dealt him Mario Vargas Llosa. Between photographs, drawings, objects, book covers, correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper and magazine clippings, and a variety of documents that exceed 500 images, the life, work and miracles of the global writer who died on 17 April 2014, and whose illustrated biography is published for the first time, a book published by the Mexican publisher El Equilibrista in co-edition with the Foundation for Mexican Letters via House study One Hundred Years of Solitude.

The work whose cover was designed by Gonzalo Garcia Barcha, son of the Colombian writer, was conceived as a catalog for the exhibition ?Gabriel García Márquez: The Making of a Global Writer? based on the documents in the Gabriel García Márquez personal archive kept by the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, U.S, but it soon surpassed the catalog project and today it is a unique book that in 331 pages covers the life of ?Gabo? and his rise to literary glory with ?One Hundred Years of Solitude?, his iconic novel.

Read also: A life told from the wardrobe of García Márquez and Mercedes Barcha

Photo of the Colombian a few weeks old and dedicated to ?my cousins, Nicolás and Juancito. Gabito. 1927″. Unidentified author. Photo: Álvaro Santana Acuña.

?I really like to say that one can see García Márquez even in underclothes, you can see him in a swimsuit. We have obtained little-known materials such as the oldest known photo of García Márquez when they are barely a few months old, and then we also have the opportunity to show some facets that account for his family life, and see that he was a person very dedicated to his family, her friends, not only when she was famous, but even before she was, literary friends and artists who also helped create her works with ideas and stories?, Álvaro Santa Acuña assures.

In interview with THE UNIVERSAL, the historian and sociologist who works on the work of García Márquez, especially in “One Hundred Years of Solitude” and was the first to investigate the personal archive of the Colombian writer and is the curator of the exhibition that was exhibited in the United States and that will be inaugurated in the third week of June 2022, in the Museum of Modern Art from Mexico, assures that the biography allows you to see García Márquez when he was a young writer at the age of 27 and was about to publish his first novel, or to listen to him reading ?One hundred years of solitude“, through the QR code that were added as an extension to sound and audiovisual documents.

?I recognize the quality of the works of Dasso Saldívar and Gerard Martín, but what we wanted to do was something different, we really wanted to bring García Márquez closer through all this photographic and documentary evidence that is in his own archive and that has also been staying in other archives and in other libraries. It was a long but very rewarding process,? says Santa Acuna, who celebrates that they achieved an edition that is a kind of choreography, where the text can be read and is complemented by the images in an integrated story.

Read also: Colombian journalist reveals that García Márquez has a Mexican daughter

“Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Life, magic and work of a global writer” is an autonomous biography of García Márquez in the sense that it reflects the ideas that guide the exhibition that will come to Mexico, which is biographical in nature, but also includes chapters on the multidimensional character, “we try to offer exactly that globality that García Márquez has, there is no longer a single García Márquez, rather multiple ways of approaching him?.

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At the age of 36, García Márquez on the Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City, in 1963. Photo: Hernán Díaz

Thus, the book and the exhibition go from his birth and educational training in Colombia, his departure and stay in Europe where he finished his training, his discovery of Latin America seen from Europe, his trips to Venezuela, Cuba and New York; of course his stay in Mexico, which occupies a very important place, and all the contacts he made; After which comes the entire chapter of “One Hundred Years of Solitude”, a novel that split his life in two, as he himself said, there was a before and after “One Hundred Years of Solitude”.

That was when, both in the exhibition and in the book, Santa Acuña decided to use a structure that was no longer strictly biographical, that is, while in the first part it is marked by the biographical path, starting with “One Hundred Years of Solitude” Gabriel García Márquez becomes many people and forms: there is of course a chapter to all the works he wrote later, including the last one that he did not finish: “See you in August”, but there are also his other facets.

Read also: Gabo’s children “always knew of the existence of their sister”: nephew

?There is the political or cultural figure, that is, the person who was a friend of Fidel Castro, from Carlos Salinas de Gortari and who also met Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and presidents and leaders of other countries, there is the Gabo who visited the White House with bill clinton, and then there is also Gabo who, within all that political facet, also has a very strong cultural presence as someone who, for example, supported Shakira in his early years, someone who applauded the Nobel Prize he received Rigoberta Menchu, the one that created the Foundation for New Journalism, the Film School in Cuba, we have tried to reflect that in the book and also in the exhibition?, affirms Santana Acuña.

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A draft of the first chapter of See you in August, a novel that the Nobel Prize left unfinished. Photo: Harry Ransom Center, Collection of Gabriel García Márquez

For the author of ?Ascent to Glory: How One Hundred Years of Solitude Was Writenand Became a Global Classic? (New York, 2020) which will soon be published in Mexico under the title ?Many Years Later: Biography of One Hundred Years of Solitude?, it was very important to show his last facet as a popular figure that is mentioned in the lyrics of the songs, that appears on the covers of gossip magazines and on the 50 thousand Colombian peso bill, that is mentioned in other works of art, in literary works, in magical realism films, but also that aspect of García Márquez as a global icon.

?The second part of the book, which is also like the second part of the exposition, try to capture that, how Gabo really becomes a multidimensional and global character?, says the doctor from Harvard University, and professor at Whitman College, who assures that after more than ten years of work on the play de García Márquez would like to close with a critical edition of ?One Hundred Years of Solitude?, an academic edition, in great depth trying to study the text, from characteristics to misprints and different stages of creation, ?what I would like to do with this edition criticism is to unravel all the threads that contribute to creating that great literary fabric that is ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’?.

Read also: Rome will have a street dedicated to the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez

But first he will arrive in Mexico in June to mount the exhibition of Gabo’s personal archive at the Museum of Modern Art, an exhibition very similar to the one in the United States, “I think that 95% of the materials from the Ransom Center will travel to Mexico , we are talking about approximately 300 physical objects, between photographs and texts, even larger objects such as computers and typewriters? and points out that there will also be new materials that will be added from Mexican archives, libraries and museums.

The book

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Published by the publishing house El Equilibrista in co-edition with the Foundation for Mexican Letters, through Casa Estudio One Hundred Years of Solitude.

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“We try to offer that globality that García Márquez has, there is no longer a single García Márquez, rather multiple ways of approaching him”. Alvaro Santana Acuna. Writer.

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) [summary] => Unknown even to his biographers, the small photograph of Gabriel Garcia Marquez “Gabito” in which he appears dressed in a white robe, lying on a pillow and taken a few days after birth, is one of the findings contained in the book “Gabriel García Márquez. Life, magic and work of a global writer? written by ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Unknown even to his biographers, the small photograph of Gabriel Garcia Marquez “Gabito” in which he appears dressed in a white robe, lying on a pillow and taken a few days after birth, is one of the findings contained in the book “Gabriel García Márquez. Life, magic and work of a global writer? written by Alvaro Santana Acuna, a work where you can also see a Gabo in a bathing suit during a vacation on the Italian island of Pantelleria, or read the beginning of the first chapter 1 of the manuscript of “See you in August”, the novel that left unfinished the Nobel Prize for Literature or see passages such as ?Visita al Papa? that correspond to the second volume, also unfinished, of his memoirs ?Vivir para narrala?.

Unpublished or little-known images alternate with iconic photographs of Gabriel García Márquez, such as the one in which he corrects the galleys of ?One Hundred Years of Solitude?, or that other portrait where he poses with the novel ?One Hundred Years of Solitude? on his head, or that other very famous one where he smiles with a black eye after the blow he dealt him Mario Vargas Llosa. Between photographs, drawings, objects, book covers, correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper and magazine clippings, and a variety of documents that exceed 500 images, the life, work and miracles of the global writer who died on 17 April 2014, and whose illustrated biography is published for the first time, a book published by the Mexican publisher El Equilibrista in co-edition with the Foundation for Mexican Letters via House study One Hundred Years of Solitude.

The work whose cover was designed by Gonzalo Garcia Barcha, son of the Colombian writer, was conceived as a catalog for the exhibition ?Gabriel García Márquez: The Making of a Global Writer? based on the documents in the Gabriel García Márquez personal archive kept by the Harry Ransom Center in Austin, U.S, but it soon surpassed the catalog project and today it is a unique book that in 331 pages covers the life of ?Gabo? and his rise to literary glory with ?One Hundred Years of Solitude?, his iconic novel.

Read also: A life told from the wardrobe of García Márquez and Mercedes Barcha

Photo of the Colombian a few weeks old and dedicated to ?my cousins, Nicolás and Juancito. Gabito. 1927″. Unidentified author. Photo: Álvaro Santana Acuña.

?I really like to say that one can see García Márquez even in underclothes, you can see him in a swimsuit. We have obtained little-known materials such as the oldest known photo of García Márquez when they are barely a few months old, and then we also have the opportunity to show some facets that account for his family life, and see that he was a person very dedicated to his family, her friends, not only when she was famous, but even before she was, literary friends and artists who also helped create her works with ideas and stories?, Álvaro Santa Acuña assures.

In interview with THE UNIVERSAL, the historian and sociologist who works on the work of García Márquez, especially in “One Hundred Years of Solitude” and was the first to investigate the personal archive of the Colombian writer and is the curator of the exhibition that was exhibited in the United States and that will be inaugurated in the third week of June 2022, in the Museum of Modern Art from Mexico, assures that the biography allows you to see García Márquez when he was a young writer at the age of 27 and was about to publish his first novel, or to listen to him reading ?One hundred years of solitude“, through the QR code that were added as an extension to sound and audiovisual documents.

?I recognize the quality of the works of Dasso Saldívar and Gerard Martín, but what we wanted to do was something different, we really wanted to bring García Márquez closer through all this photographic and documentary evidence that is in his own archive and that has also been staying in other archives and in other libraries. It was a long but very rewarding process,? says Santa Acuna, who celebrates that they achieved an edition that is a kind of choreography, where the text can be read and is complemented by the images in an integrated story.

Read also: Colombian journalist reveals that García Márquez has a Mexican daughter

“Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Life, magic and work of a global writer” is an autonomous biography of García Márquez in the sense that it reflects the ideas that guide the exhibition that will come to Mexico, which is biographical in nature, but also includes chapters on the multidimensional character, “we try to offer exactly that globality that García Márquez has, there is no longer a single García Márquez, rather multiple ways of approaching him?.

untitled_134016367.jpg
At the age of 36, García Márquez on the Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City, in 1963. Photo: Hernán Díaz

Thus, the book and the exhibition go from his birth and educational training in Colombia, his departure and stay in Europe where he finished his training, his discovery of Latin America seen from Europe, his trips to Venezuela, Cuba and New York; of course his stay in Mexico, which occupies a very important place, and all the contacts he made; After which comes the entire chapter of “One Hundred Years of Solitude”, a novel that split his life in two, as he himself said, there was a before and after “One Hundred Years of Solitude”.

That was when, both in the exhibition and in the book, Santa Acuña decided to use a structure that was no longer strictly biographical, that is, while in the first part it is marked by the biographical path, starting with “One Hundred Years of Solitude” Gabriel García Márquez becomes many people and forms: there is of course a chapter to all the works he wrote later, including the last one that he did not finish: “See you in August”, but there are also his other facets.

Read also: Gabo’s children “always knew of the existence of their sister”: nephew

?There is the political or cultural figure, that is, the person who was a friend of Fidel Castro, from Carlos Salinas de Gortari and who also met Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and presidents and leaders of other countries, there is the Gabo who visited the White House with bill clinton, and then there is also Gabo who, within all that political facet, also has a very strong cultural presence as someone who, for example, supported Shakira in his early years, someone who applauded the Nobel Prize he received Rigoberta Menchu, the one that created the Foundation for New Journalism, the Film School in Cuba, we have tried to reflect that in the book and also in the exhibition?, affirms Santana Acuña.

cult_gabriel_garcia_marquez_a_portrait_between_the_public_and_the._134016529.jpg
A draft of the first chapter of See you in August, a novel that the Nobel Prize left unfinished. Photo: Harry Ransom Center, Collection of Gabriel García Márquez

For the author of ?Ascent to Glory: How One Hundred Years of Solitude Was Writenand Became a Global Classic? (New York, 2020) which will soon be published in Mexico under the title ?Many Years Later: Biography of One Hundred Years of Solitude?, it was very important to show his last facet as a popular figure that is mentioned in the lyrics of the songs, that appears on the covers of gossip magazines and on the 50 thousand Colombian peso bill, that is mentioned in other works of art, in literary works, in magical realism films, but also that aspect of García Márquez as a global icon.

?The second part of the book, which is also like the second part of the exposition, try to capture that, how Gabo really becomes a multidimensional and global character?, says the doctor from Harvard University, and professor at Whitman College, who assures that after more than ten years of work on the play de García Márquez would like to close with a critical edition of ?One Hundred Years of Solitude?, an academic edition, in great depth trying to study the text, from characteristics to misprints and different stages of creation, ?what I would like to do with this edition criticism is to unravel all the threads that contribute to creating that great literary fabric that is ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’?.

Read also: Rome will have a street dedicated to the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez

But first he will arrive in Mexico in June to mount the exhibition of Gabo’s personal archive at the Museum of Modern Art, an exhibition very similar to the one in the United States, “I think that 95% of the materials from the Ransom Center will travel to Mexico , we are talking about approximately 300 physical objects, between photographs and texts, even larger objects such as computers and typewriters? and points out that there will also be new materials that will be added from Mexican archives, libraries and museums.

The book

cult_ggm_life_magic_and_work_of_a_global_writer_134016256.jpg
Published by the publishing house El Equilibrista in co-edition with the Foundation for Mexican Letters, through Casa Estudio One Hundred Years of Solitude.

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“We try to offer that globality that García Márquez has, there is no longer a single García Márquez, rather multiple ways of approaching him”. Alvaro Santana Acuna. Writer.

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The Gabo family, friend and writer in a single book

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