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4 clés pour la réussite de la COP21

Cent quatre-vingt-quinze participants, douze jours, une planète. Et voici des clés pour la sauver.   1. LA CLÉ AMÉRICAINE L’investissement des Etats-Unis dans la Conférence est capital. La signature de Barack Obama sur un « accord contraignant » n’aurait pas de valeur sans le soutien de l’union par la suite. Une ratification de l’accord par le Congrès … Continue reading

“L’étudiante et Monsieur Henri” : une adaptation réussie
Cinema / Reportage en français

“L’étudiante et Monsieur Henri” : une adaptation réussie

Le dernier film d’Ivan Calbérac n’est pas le premier à transférer son histoire du sixième art (théâtre) vers le septième (cinéma), mais il offre du renouveau au cinéma français. Et ça fait du bien.   Il est vieux, elle est jeune. Il est solitaire, râleur et renfermé. Elle est pétillante, belle et perdue dans la … Continue reading

Libraries: their hearts will go on…
Culture / History of the Media / Society

Libraries: their hearts will go on…

From the invention of writing to the digital age, libraries have continued to grow and maintain their importance. Yet the role of libraries has evolved over time. Libraries started as places where privileged men could access cultural knowledge; today they are open to everyone. The creation of the codex during the third century A.D. and … Continue reading

The Telegraph, a communication revolution!
Culture / History of the Media

The Telegraph, a communication revolution!

The telegraph was a true revolution for communication back in the nineteenth century. Telegraphy, broadly defined, allowed people to communicate from miles away without even leaving their house. From optical to wireless, the telegraph device was only one stage in the technological progress. It brought changes in the people’s way to communicate with each other … Continue reading

<i>Escape From Fort Bravo</i>, the easy way out
Culture / Westerns

Escape From Fort Bravo, the easy way out

Union soldiers and Confederate prisoners from Fort Bravo, Arizona must fight side by side against their enemies, the Mescalero Indians. But their fratricidal war is too conveniently forgotten in this monotonous classic western. In 1953, John Sturges was getting closer to the success of The Great Escape (1963) with his first major Western movie: Escape … Continue reading