Networks: Macron makes his video covid bulletin

“No one is safe from this virus, no one”. He’s a little pale, but he’s fine. Tested positive for Covid, Emmanuel Macron gave his news … Read more

Chris Marker du temps – Culture / Next

Twenty years separate the Pier (1962) from Without sun (1982), like a mirror effect amplified by time. Time which, as we know, is its nerve … Read more

Jérémie Moreau thinks animals – Culture / Next

We cannot say whether this is due to an immaturity of the drawing which does not manage to settle down or, on the contrary, to … 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

“Enorme”, “Police”, “Ema” … The films to see (or not) this week

Cinema outings. What should we see at the movies this Wednesday? Here is a summary of the reviews of our culture department. Click on the … Read more

“Poissonsexe”, drifting feelings

What does the beginning of the end of the world look like? Perhaps the glassy eye of a whale breathing out its last gasp. Or … Read more

“Kra”, immortal crow – Culture / Next

There are at least two ways to start talking about Kra by John Crowley, an American author too rarely translated. The first is to start … 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

“Eva in August”, Madrid evanescence

“I think summer is perfect”, Eva says straight away. It is a profession of faith. And we have to admit, Madrid isn’t the most repulsive … Read more