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Dreadlox Holmes, Magnifying Paris Golden Music Opportunities
Art / Culture / Society

Dreadlox Holmes, Magnifying Paris Golden Music Opportunities

We hung out with Dreadlox Holmes, the British multi-faceted Black musician who chose Paris as his new playground. For him, Paris is not just a better scene for Black musicians, it’s also a more financially viable one where he can help young singers shine. Steve Wellington aka Dreadlox Holmes’ musical background is impressive. His influences … Continue reading

Shola Adisa-Farrar: Jazzing up Paris
Culture / In English / Portraits

Shola Adisa-Farrar: Jazzing up Paris

Released last April, Shola Adisa-Farrar’s debut album Lost Myself is an exploration of her eclectic musical self, under the spotlight of a renewed French jazz scene. Paprika tea room in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris shares some common points with Shola Adisa-Farrar – both are welcoming, elegant and comfortable to be around. These are the same feelings one … Continue reading

Portraits / Uncategorized / Visual Media

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

<i>Her</i> (2013): A Dissection of Love in the Modern Age
Cinema / In English / Portraits / Society / Visual Media

Her (2013): A Dissection of Love in the Modern Age

Her is a touching romance drama that tells the story of Theodore Twombly who struggles to cope with life after a painful divorce and finds love in his Operating System called Samantha. The film explores the themes of the complexity of love shared among human and artificial beings. Set in a futuristic version of Los … Continue reading

Une humeur et un humour de chien

Une humeur et un humour de chien

Le nouvel opus de l’Américain Todd Solondz, Le Teckel (Wiener-Dog), raconte l’histoire d’un « chien saucisse » à l’air particulièrement déprimé qui, au gré des changements de propriétaires et des vicissitudes de la vie, se trouve dans des situations toujours plus bizarres. Sorti le 19 octobre dernier, Le Teckel est l’occasion de (re)découvrir l’univers d’un des cinéastes … Continue reading