Soviet ghosts by Natascha Wodin

Yevgenya Yakovlevna Ivashchenko, the author’s mother, has always been on the wrong side, but the portrayal of her daughter is poignant. “If you had seen … Read more

“Pink Films”, we parted good tatami

If the history of cinema often disdains the pink, associated with eroticism soft, watering clouds of standardized and juicy productions in Japan, this color, which … Read more

“Les Hauts Plateaux”, dream of union at the top

Stuck in a Plexiglas cabin barely smaller than a phone booth of yesteryear (or barely larger than a coffin), a restless man feverishly expresses into … Read more

Representative theater: Ulf Poschardt on Hengameh Y. and the KaDeWe

NOf course, Hengameh Y. did everything right. She has understood and internalized the inner logic of capitalism, in which every individual can make a career … Read more

“Honeyland”, the arena of bees – Culture / Next

The opening of Honeyland is sumptuous: a woman alone crosses the tall grass of an immense Macedonian plain, her little green kerchief on her head, … Read more

Donna Haraway, evolution from nature

Little known in France (perhaps because of the difficulty of translating its style and its many neologisms?), Donna Haraway, philosopher and biologist, is the author … Read more

“Clear history” sinks the cloud

In the gang of actresses and actorsClear history, there are the living, the living, and a dead man, who watches over others like the Moon … Read more

Tiphaine Calmettes, the desire to learn

Sprinkle food on a sandstone plate like the top of a snow-capped mountain. Capture between your fingers a creamy or vinegar liquid as one would … Read more