William Lounsbury, the New Face of Photojournalism
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William Lounsbury, the New Face of Photojournalism

Currently working on a project linked to the first safe drug-consumption place which opened on October 14 in Paris, the young American photojournalist gives a portrayal of his occupation. From an analog camera to an iPhone and from the United States, to Paris, and Europe, he changed tools and places, but remained truthful to the ethical foundations … Continue reading

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Nigel Dickinson: The Choice of Concerned Photography

    Nigel Dickinson, a British documentary photographer and photojournalist working for more than 30 years, is a concerned photographer. If commitment has always been an important issue in the field of documentary photography and continues to be, today the democratization of photography and omnipresence of new digital technologies challenge this definition. What we can … Continue reading

With <i>Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children</i>, Tim Burton’s peculiarity now means predictability.
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With Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, Tim Burton’s peculiarity now means predictability.

Life can be harsh when you are a peculiar child, but self-acceptance is what makes you stronger. Despite a rather banal message and a confusing storyline, the last Tim Burton is a feast for the eyes. Jake Portman (Asa Butterfield), is a banal teenager who leads a boring life in a suburb of Florida. Since … Continue reading

<i>Gone Girl</i>, a story of suffering inside a couple
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Gone Girl, a story of suffering inside a couple

Gone Girl (2014), probably David Fincher’s best movie since Seven (1995) and The Social Network (2010), portrays a young married couple, Nick and Amy Dunn, who look perfectly happy until Amy suddenly disappears one day. Quickly, Nick becomes the main suspect. Through flash-backs, the encounter between Amy (Rosamund Pike) and Nick (Ben Affleck) is shown … Continue reading

With <i>Enchanted</i> (2007), director Kevin Lima gives Disney a real-life princess.

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With Enchanted (2007), director Kevin Lima gives Disney a real-life princess.


Disney has given us princess stories since 1937 starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, but this time the studio also makes fun of its previous fairy tales with jokes and clichés in a film that is far from being a masterpiece. Once upon a time, a beautiful princess called Giselle found her prince … Continue reading