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kameliendame · 2 months
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Dorothée Gilbert and Guillaume Diop in Nureyev’s production of Swan Lake
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ballet-symphonie · 2 months
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POB Q+A (trying to get caught up)
Speaking about up and coming talent at POB, have you seen anything from Guillaume Diop ? He seems very good, danced Roméo, Solor and Basilio while still in the corps, and now seems to be cast as Siegfried with Dorothée Gilbert. If it's not management preparing a future étoile, I don't know what is.
I have seen him dance, he's got an excellent sense of placement and very good balance. Not surprising to see his promotion and such an elegant, precise dancer like him is very likely to keep going up.
what do you think about the results of the recent concours at POB?
Honestly pretty much agree with the results. Bleuenn Battistoni was a no-brainer after her emergency Giselle and I'm happy for her. As discussed above, Guillame Diop's promotion was also not a surprise.
While I knew a lot of people wanted Ines Mcintosh to be promoted, I understand the administration wanting to wait a bit more to promote her, she's still a touch young to be a principal. She's still clearly 'ahead' of the game, the two very talented women promoted to sujet, Hohyun Kang and Clara Mousseigne are around the same age and just now reaching the same rank as Mcintosh.
Thoughts on Marie Agnes Gillot?
Terrifyingly good, especially in roles like Raymonda, O/O and Myrtha. Her presence on stage was so strong, so intimidating yet I could never look away, even from the videos. I know a lot of people find her cold, but I think that was part of what made her so hypnotizing, apart from her immaculate footwork. And then there's her control, she could hold poses forever and really showed the beauty of lowering her legs elegantly and exaggerating those moments musically.
Hey there, hope you're doing well! Any chance you can rate your favorite POB dancers?
It's coming sometime soon I promise. Just don't have the time for long posts nowadays and it keeps getting put off.
Thoughts on ballerinas being photographed by male photographers like Stephane de Bourgies (who’s been known to photograph a ballerina from POB “independently”? Is there sometimes a “sexual” component/interest to these type of photo shoots lead by male photographers do you think?
I don't know much about this particular photographer, I looked him up and I don't recognize much of his work. I will say that independent photoshoots are quite common, especially in the current IG marketing era. A ballet dancer's body is both their livelihood and their biggest marketing tool...these are very thin lines for exploitation. I'm certainly not going to pass judgment on this case as I don't have nearly enough information. However, while there are great, professional photographers around, I have definitely seen some questionable shots taken and posted by certain photographers and also know of some incidents that have turned inappropriately sexual..
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swanlake1998 · 1 year
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héloïse bourdon and guillaume diop photographed performing as kitri and basilio in don quixote by julien benhamou
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strechanadi · 1 year
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Leonore Baulac, Guillaume Diop
Don Quichotte
photo: Julien Benhamou
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chez-mimich · 1 year
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ORCHESTRE TOUT PUISSANT MARCEL DUCHAMP: “WE’RE LOST ANYWAY”
Sembra ormai che sfuggire alla definizione classica di jazz, sia diventata la preoccupazione principale di ogni jazzista o gruppo che si rispetti. Il problema semmai sta nel fatto che, se tutti cercano si chiamarsi fuori, il concetto stesso di jazz sembra non avere più ragione d’essere e così ci troveremmo in presenza di un contenitore, usiamo la metafora del vaso, per fare un esempio, vuoto. I fiori che conteneva hanno deciso di non essere più fiori, l’acqua è evaporata e il vaso è rimasto lì come un significato senza significante. Ma la storia è più complicata poiché finora non è stato coniato un termine onnicomprensivo che racchiuda in sé generi musicali che confinano sempre più con qualcos’altro, ma che sono difficili da definire. Insomma il vaso-jazz è l’unico contenitore che permetta a tanti fiori diversi tra loro di trovare un luogo adatto per essere accolti. Tutto questo bel “pippone” per introdurre un disco di un gruppo a cui, come tantissimi altri, la definizione di jazz va stretta, ma che è anche l’unica possibile. Sto parlando della formazione svizzera denominata “Orchestre Tout Puissant Marcel Duchamp” (OTPMD), e del loro ultimo lavoro che si intitola “We’re Ok. But Lost Anyway”. Nome del gruppo e titolo dell’album sono abbastanza dadaisti per necessitare di altre spiegazioni, tanto vale quindi passare all’ascolto. “To Be Patient” si apre solennemente con un ricamo in crescendo della viola (Aby Vulliamy), del violoncello (Naomi Mabanda) e dei violini (Joe Burke e Liz Moscarola) e prosegue con un interessantissimo e neo romantico gioco vocale di Liz Moscarola , insieme a echi di “industrial music”. Ma se si pensa di aver già individuato il filone, dopo l’ascolto del primo pezzo, ci si sbaglia. Già in “Empty Skies” la rotta sembra leggermente mutata, perché i musicisti di Vincent Bertholet (direttore dell’Orchestre, oltre che contrabbassista), duttili come non mai, sembrano prontamente cambiare registro, così come avviene nuovamente con “So Many Things (To Feel Guilty About)”, “pastiche musicale” di grande versatilità timbrica, segnato dalla cifra stilistica del groove. Ed è così fino alla fine, come in “Blabber” magnifica ballata, ritmica e “irish”, ma con un retrogusto indefinibile. E poi ancora “We Can Can We”, forse più di ricerca nel suo incipit e che si trasforma in una canzone (che a tratti riecheggia qualche pezzo dei “Talking Heads, tanto per ibridare un po’ ed essere irriverenti come Marcel Duchamp). “Flux” è un magnifico pezzo in doppia lingua (inglese e francese), di grandissima ironia (i giovani contadini africani che partono per l’Europa per imballare pomodori che rispediscono in Africa, mi ricordano molto gli imballaggi di un grande artista come Ibrahim Mahama, se mi si passa la digressione. Sognante ed etereo è invece “Connected”, seguito da “Beginning” dal tono seriale ed elettronico, quasi una disco music “tecno-ambient” di gran gusto. Si chiude con “Silent” una polifonia nordica e celtica di cristallina bellezza. Bravissimo Vincent Bertholet che ha saputo credere in un progetto ardito e che ha saputo mescolare coraggiosamente una buona quantità di groove, qualche porzione di funk, un’idea di punk, una spruzzata di jazz e anche una indispensabile essenza di “likembe” e di “marimba”. E allora applausi per Monsieur le Directeur, Vincent Bertholet al contrabbasso, così come Seth Bennett e poi Jo Burke al violino, Liz Moscarola al violino e voce, Anne Cardinaud e Aida Diop alla marimba, Guillaume Lantonnet e Wilf Plum alle percussioni, Naomi Mabanda al violoncello, George Murray e Maël Salètes Séni al trombone, Titi alla chitarra, Aby Vulliamy alla viola. Di tanta gioiosa e misteriosa bellezza musicale, Marcel ne andrebbe fiero.
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elhadjlirwane · 1 year
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Coupe de la CAF : Dos au mur, le Wakriya sombre face au Diambars
Coupe de la CAF : Dos au mur, le Wakriya sombre face au Diambars
Au Stade Lat Dior Diop de Thiès, le Wakriya AC s’est lourdement incliné (3-0) face au Diambars et voit son aventure en coupe de la confédération africaine prendre fin dès les préliminaires. Condamné à ne jouer qu’un match unique chez son adversaire, le Wakriya AC n’a pas réussit l’exploit tant attendu. Face à des sénégalais du Diambars FC plus réalistes, les hommes de Guillaume SOUMAH, diriger…
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CÉSAIRE Aimé 26 Juin 1913 -- 17 Avril 2008 Aimé Fernand David Césaire est né le 26 juin 1913, à Basse-Pointe, en Martinique dans une famille de sept enfants. Son père, Fernand Césaire, exerçait le métier de contrôleur des contributions, et sa mère, Éléonore Hermine, était couturière. Césaire poursuit des études littéraires à Paris, à partir de 1931, en tant que boursier, en classe supérieure d’hypokhâgne au lycée Louis-le-Grand. Il se lie d’amitié avec Ousmane Socé Diop et Léopold Sédar Senghor. Ces rencontres détermineront ses réflexions philosophiques et ses créations littéraires. En 1934, Césaire crée le journal « L'Étudiant noir », avec ses amis, Léon Gontran Damas, Guy Tirolien, Léopold Sédar Senghor et Birago Diop. Le concept de Négritude deviendra le fondement de leur mouvement intellectuel. Il épouse en 1937, Suzanne Roussi (1915-1966), écrivaine qui partage ses idées. En 1939, ayant obtenu l’agrégation de lettres, Aimé Césaire retourne enseigner en Martinique. En réaction au lien avec la métropole ressenti comme une oppression culturelle du système colonialiste français, le couple Césaire, épaulé par d'autres intellectuels martiniquais comme René Ménil, Georges Gratiant et Aristide Maugée, fonde en 1941 la revue « Tropiques ». Durant la seconde guerre mondiale, le régime vichyste de l’Amiral Robert, en Martinique instaure la censure de la presse, rendant les publications de la revue « Tropiques » particulièrement surveillées, jusqu’en 1943. Aimé Césaire, est élu maire de Fort-de-France et également député en 1945. Il conservera le mandat de député jusqu’en 1993 et celui de maire jusqu’en 2001. Il adhère au Parti Communiste en décembre 1945 et mène la Martinique à la départementalisation en 1946. En 1956, il rompt avec le Parti communiste pour fonder deux ans plus tard le Parti Progressiste Martiniquais. Sa politique vise à développer une culture proche du peuple par la mise en place des premiers festivals annuels de Fort-de-France en 1972 puis la création officielle du Service Municipal d'Action Culturelle (SERMAC) en 1976. Aimé Césaire se retire et quitte la mairie de Fort de France en 2001, mais reste cependant, durant les quelques années qui suivent, sollicité et influent sur les évènements politiques de la Martinique. Il s’éteint le 17 avril 2008, à l’âge de 95 ans. Page préc. Figures embl. Page suiv. Guillaume de Reynal Read the full article
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PFW. DIOR HOMME. PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 25. VIP ENTRANCE @fashionview.eu for @24fashion.tv 25 June at Paris fashion Week Dior Homme has unveiled its new SS22 collection. We are happy to Introduce you some of the most stylish VIP guests attending the physical fashion show Dior men's S/S 2022 in Paris. 🖤🖤🖤 Baptiste Giabiconi - Model - @baptiste.giabiconi Guillaume Diop - Dancer - @guillaumediop Jackson Myles Chavis - Singer - @j4ckson7 Photographer: @christina_henningstad @dior @parisfashionweek #dior #parisfashionweek #diorstreetstyle #diorhomme #pfw #fashionweek #paris (at Invalides) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQx8cv1r-dk/?utm_medium=tumblr
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miguelmarias · 2 years
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TOP 2020
25/12/2020
 A)    Great movies made since 2015 seen for the first time in 2020: 
Buoyancy(Freedom;Rodd Rathjen, 2019)
Les choses qu’on dit, les choses qu’on fait(Emmanuel Mouret, 2020)
L’Île au trésor(Guillaume Brac, 2018)
Le Sel des larmes(Philippe Garrel, 2019/20)
Ghawre Bairey Aaj(Home and the World;Aparna Sen, 2019)
Undine(Christian Petzold, 2020)
Happī awā(Happy Hour;Hamaguchi Ryūsuke, 2015)
Netemo Sametemo(Asako I & II;Hamaguchi Ryūsuke, 2018)
Adolescentes(Sébastien Lifshitz, 2013-9/20)
Family Romance, LLC.(Werner Herzog, 2019)
Demain et tous les autres jours(Noémie Lvovsky, 2017)
Gamak Ghar(Achal Mishra, 2019)
Lunana:A Yak in the Classroom(Pawo Choyning Dorji, 2019)
Semina il vento(Sow the Wind;Danilo Caputo, 2020)
Objector(Molly Stuart, 2019)
La France contre les robots(Jean-Marie Straub, 2020)
Paris Calligrammes(Ulrike Ottinger, 2019/20)
Un film dramatique(Éric Baudelaire, 2019)
 B)    Great movies made before 2015 seen for the first time in 2020: 
Là-Haut, un Roi au-dessus des nuages(Pierre Schoendoerffer, 2003)
Pangarap ng Puso(Demons/Whispers of the Demon/Hope of the Heart;Mario O’Hara, 2000)
Les Films rêvés(Eric Pauwels, 2009)
La vida en rojo(Andrés Linares, 2007/8)
Come Next Spring(R.G. Springsteen, 1955/6)
Song of Surrender(Mitchell Leisen, 1948/9)
Adventure in Manhattan(Edward Ludwig, 1936)
Strannaia zhenshchina(A Strange Woman;Iuli Raízman, 1978)
Chastnaia zhízn(Private Life;Iuli Raízman, 1982)
Málva(Vladimir Braun, 1956/7)
Zhila-byla devochka(Once There Was a Girl;Viktor Eisimont, 1944)
The Unknown Man(Richard Thorpe, 1951)
Aisai Monogatari(Story of a Beloved Wife;Shindō Kaneto, 1951)
Practically Yours(Mitchell Leisen, 1944)
A Summer Storm(Robert Wise, 1999/2000)
Lettre d’un cinéaste à sa fille(Eric Pauwels, 2000)
Sombra verde(Untouched;Roberto Gavaldón, 1954)
Fantasma d’amore(Dino Risi, 1981)
Adieu, Mascotte(Das Modell vom Montparnasse;Wilhelm Thiele, 1929)
Mori no kajiya(The Blacksmith of the Forest;Shimizu Hiroshi, 1928/9;fragment)
Zwischen Gestern und Morgen(Between Yesterday and Tomorrow;Harald Braun, 1947)
Last Holiday(Henry Cass, 1950)
Dialogue d’ombres(Danièle Huillet & Jean-Marie Straub, 1954-2013)
Out-Takes from the Life of a Happy Man(Jonas Mekas, 2012)
Nice Time(Claude Goretta & Alain Tanner, 1957)
Aloma of the South Seas(Alfred Santell, 1941)
A Feather in Her Hat(Alfred Santell, 1935)
La Danseuse Orchidée(Léonce Perret, 1928)
Underground(Vincent Sherman, 1941)
Time Out(in Twilight Zone-The Movie)(John Landis, 1983)
Lackawanna Blues(George C. Wolfe, 2005)
Janie(Michael Curtiz, 1944)
Dernier Amour(Léonce Perret, 2016)
Jeunes Filles en détresse(Georg Wilhelm Pabst, 1939)
Kisapmata(Blink of an Eye;Mike De Leon, 1981)
La Dernière Lettre(Frederick Wiseman, 2002)
The Lady of the Dig-Out(W.S. Van Dyke II, 1918)
Their Own Desire(E.Mason Hopper, 1929)
 C)    Very good movies made since 2015 seen for the first time in 2020: 
Zumiriki(Oskar Alegria, 2019)
Atlantique(Mati Diop, 2019)
J’accuse(An Officier and A Spy;Roman Polanski, 2019)
Richard Jewell(Clint Eastwood, 2019)
Alice et le Maire(Nicolas Pariser, 2019)
Contes de Juillet(July Tales;Guillaume Brac, 2017)
Dark Waters(Todd Haynes, 2019)
Ofrenda a la tormenta(Fernando González Molina, 2020)
Nomad:In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin(Werner Herzog, 2019)
Into the Inferno(Werner Herzog, 2016)
The Zookeeper’s Wife(Niki Caro, 2017)
Journal de septembre(Eric Pauwels, 2019)
La Deuxième Nuit(Eric Pauwels, 2016)
Kaze no denwa(Voices in the Wind;Suwa Nobuhiro, 2019/20)
Da 5 Bloods(Spike Lee, 2020)
Izaokas(Isaac;Jurgis Matulevičius, 2019)
A Metamorfose dos Pássaros(Catarina Vasconcelos, 2020)
Tabi no Owari Sekai no Hajimari(To the Ends of the Earth;Kurosawa Kiyoshi, 2019)
La Nuit d’avant(Pablo García Canga, 2019)
My Mexican Bretzel(Nuria Giménez, 2018-9)
Domangchin yeoja(The Woman Who Ran;Hong Sang-soo, 2019/20)
Öndög(Wang Quanan, 2019)
Hatsukoi(First Love;Miike Takashi, 1959)
Million raz pogivaet odin Cheloviek(One man dies a million times;Jessica Oreck, 2018/9)
The Two Popes(Fernando Meirelles, 2019)
Félicité(Alain Gomis, 2016/7)
Salt and Fire(Werner Herzog, 2016)
Ni de lian(Your Face;Tsai Ming-liang, 2018)
Qi qiu(Balloon;Pema Tseden, 2019)
River Silence(Rogério Soares, 2019)
Charlie’s Angels(Elizabeth Banks, 2019)
La boda de Rosa(Iciar Bollain, 2020)
Guerra(War;José Oliveira & Marta Ramos, 2020)
My Thoughts Are Silent/Moyi dumky tykhi(Antonio Lukich, 2019)
Namo(The Alien;Nader Saeivar;co-script-Jafar Panahi, 2020)
Los silencios(The Silences;Beatriz Seigner, 2018)
Terminal Sud(Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche, 2019)
Tu mérites un amour(You Deserve a Lover;Hafsia Herzi, 2019)
Les Misérables(Ladj Ly, 2019)
Padre no hay más que uno(Santiago Segura, 2019)
Honeyland(Tamara Kotovska & Ljubomir Stefanov, 2019)
Izbrisana(Erased;Miha Mazzini & Dusan Joksimovic, 2018)
This Is Not A Burial, It’s A Resurrection(Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese, 2019)
Primero Enero(Darío Mascambroni, 2016)
Lahi, Hayop(Pan, Genus/Genus Pan;Lav Diaz, 2020)
 D)    Very good movies made before 2015 seen for the first time in 2020: 
Topaze(Marcel Pagnol, 1936)
The SIGN OF THE RAM(John Sturges, 1947/8)
Abandoned(Joseph M. Newman, 1949)
Bewitched(Arch Oboler, 1944/5)
La Femme du Bout du Monde((Jean Epstein, 1937)
The Outcast(William Witney, 1954)
Saadia(Albert Lewin, 1953)
Un monde sans femmes(Guillaume Brac, 2011)
Dishonored Lady(Robert Stevenson, 1947)
Always Goodbye(Signey Lanfield, 1938)
A Blueprint for Murder(Andrew L. Stone, 1953)
Bedevilled(Mitchell Leisen, 1955)
That Forsyte Woman(Compton Bennett, 1949)
The Miracle(Irving Rapper, 1959)
The Madonna’s Secret(Wilhelm Thiele, 1946)
The Town That Dreaded Sundown(Charles B. Pierce, 1976)
Grayeagle(Charles B. Pierce, 1977)
Barricade(Peter Godfrey, 1949/50)
Tomorrow is Forever(Irving Pichel, 1945/6)
David Harum(James Cruze, 1934)
The Vanquished(Edward Ludwig, 1953)
Keisatsukan(Uchida Tomu, 1933)
...Enfants des courants d’air(Édouard Luntz, 1959, short)
The Winds of Autumn(Charles B. Pierce, 1976)
Suddenly It’s Spring(Mitchell Leisen, 1946)
Uchūjin Tōkyō ni arawaru(Warning from Space;Shima Kōji, 1956)
Swiss Family Robinson(Edward Ludwig, 1940)
Ludwig der Zweite, König von Bayern(Wilhelm Dieterle, 1930)
Faithless(Harry Beaumont, 1932)
Botan-dorō(Peony Lanterns;Yamamoto Satsuo, 1968)
Ginza 24 chou(Tales of Ginza;Kawashima Yūzō, 1955)
Goodbye Again(Michael Curtiz, 1933)
Lines of White on a Sullen Sea(D.W. Griffith, 1909)
You Gotta Stay Happy(H.C. Potter, 1948)
Cave of Forgotten Dreams(Werner Herzog, 2010)
Riff-Raff(Ted Tetzlaff, 1947)
The Moon is Down(Irving Pichel, 1943)
The Bride Wore Boots(Irving Pichel, 1946)
Adventures in Silverado(Phil Karlson, 1948)
The Stolen Ranch(William Wyler, 1926)
Congo Maisie(H.C. Potter, 1940)
Marcides(Mercedes;Yousry Nasrallah, 1993)
Hell’s Five Hours(Jack L. Copeland, 1958)
Daniel(in Stimulantia;Ingmar Bergman, 1967)
Diên Biên Phú(Pierre Schoendoerffer, 1992)
Canyon River(Cattle King;Harmon Jones, 1956)
Dos Basuras(Kurt Land, 1958)
Smart Girls Don’t Talk(Richard L. Bare, 1948)
The Big Shakedown(John Francis Dillon, 1933/4)
Corvette K-225(Richard Rosson;p.,collab.Howard Hawks, 1943)
The Gay Deception(William Wyler, 1935)
The Invisible Woman(A.Edward Sutherland, 1940)
Rage in Heaven(W.S. Van Dyke II;collab.Robert B. Sinclair,Richard Thorpe, 1941)
Wild Side(Sébastien Lifshitz, 2004)
I bambini e noi(Luigi Comencini, 1970//7)
The House Across The Street(Richard L. Bare, 1948/9)
The Doughgirls(James V. Kern, 1944)
The Love Trap(William Wyler, 1929)
Torch Song(Charles Walters, 1953)
The Meanest Man in the World(Sidney Lanfield, 1942/3)
Cole Younger, Gunfighter(R.G. Springsteen, 1958)
Ballerine(Gustav Machatý, 1936)
Via Mala(Josef von Báky, 1945//8)
Sky Giant(Lew Landers, 1938)
Les Invisibles(Sébastien Lifshitz, 2012)
Promène toi donc tout nu(Emmanuel Mouret, 1998)
A Story for the Modlins(Una historia para los Modlin;Sergio Oksman, 2012)
Something in the Wind(Irving Pichel, 1947)
Spoveď(Confession;Pavol Skýkova, 1968)
Guilty Hands(W.S. Van Dyke II;collab.Lionel Barrymore, 1931)
Atto di accusa(Giacomo Gentilomo, 1950)
Suspense(Frank Tuttle, 1956)
This Is The Night(Frank Tuttle, 1932)
Escape in the Fog(Oscar ‘Budd’ Boetticher,Jr., 1945)
The Price of Fear(Abner Biberman, 1956)
Happy People:A Year in the Taiga(Werner Herzog, 2010)
Urok(The Lesson;Kristina Grozeva & Petar Valchanov, 2014)
Le Naufragé(Guillaume Brac, 2009)
Lili Marlen(Peter Mihálik;script.Dušan Hanák, 1970;short)
Deseo(Antonio Zavala Kugler, 2013)
  E)     Great movies that improved by new watchings: 
Shanghai Express(Josef von Sternberg, 1932)
The Best Years of Our Lives(William Wyler, 1946)
Till We Meet Again(Frank Borzage, 1944)
Man’s Favorite Sport?(Howard Hawks, 1963/4)
Along The Great Divide(Raoul Walsh, 1951)
Hondo(John V. Farrow, 1953)
Where The Sidewalk Ends(Otto Preminger, 1950)
Mrs. Miniver(William Wyler, 1942)
Driftwood(Allan Dwan, 1947)
‘Good-bye, My Lady’(William A. Wellman, 1956)
Touch of Evil(Preview version, 1975;not later ‘improvements’)(Orson Welles, 1958)
Le Crabe-Tambour(Pierre Schoendoerffer, 1977)
Unfinished Business(Gregory LaCava, 1941)
Madigan(Don Siegel, 1968)
Big Business(James Wesley Horne;s.Leo McCarey, 1929)
Putting Pants on Philip(Clyde A. Bruckman;s.Leo McCarey, 1927)
The Runner Stumbles(Stanley Kramer, 1979)
Yushima no Shiraume(Romance at Yushima;Kinugasa Teinosukē, 1955)
David Harum(Allan Dwan, 1915)
The Virginian(Cecil B. DeMille, 1914)
Island in the Sky(William A. Wellman, 1953)
All About Eve(Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1950)
L’Eclisse(Michelangelo Antonioni, 1962)
The Roaring Twenties(Raoul Walsh, 1939)
The Plainsman(Cecil B. DeMille, 1936)
JLG/JLG-Autoportrait de décembre(Jean-Luc Godard, 1994)
‘Je vous salue, Marie’(Hail Mary;Jean-Luc Godard, 1984)
La Roue(Abel Gance, 1923)
They All Laughed(Peter Bogdanovich, 1981)
Innocent Blood(John Landis, 1992)
An American Werewolf in London(John Landis, 1981)
The Thing Called Love(Peter Bogdanovich, 1993)
Into the Night(John Landis, 1985)
The File On Thelma Jordon(Thelma Jordon;Robert Siodmak, 1949)
The Little American(Cecil B. DeMille, 1917)
In Our Time(Vincent Sherman, 1944)
The Hunters(Dick Powell, 1958)
Phase IV(Saul Bass, 1974)
L’Honneur d’un Capitaine(Pierre Schoendoerffer, 1982)
Backfire(Vincent Sherman, 1948//50)
Five(Arch Oboler, 1951)
Somewhere in the Night(Joseph L. Mankiewiz, 1946)
A Man Alone(Ray Milland, 1955)
Die Geiger von Florez(Paul Czinner, 1926)
Living on Velvet(Frank Borzage, 1934/5)
La Recta provincia(Raúl Ruiz, 2007//15)
La Noche de enfrente(Raúl Ruiz, 2012)
Carrie(Sister Carrie;William Wyler, 1951/2)
The Spiral Staircase(Robert Siodmak, 1945/6)
The Paradine Case(Alfred Hitchcock, 1947)
L’Amore(Una voce umana+Il Miracolo)(Roberto Rossellini, 1947/8)
The Heiress(William Wyler, 1949)
 F)     Very good movies watched again 
Bluebeard’s 10 Honeymoons(W.Lee Wilder, 1960)
The Five Pennies(Melville Shavelson, 1958)
Take a Letter, Darling(Mitchell Leisen, 1942)
Escape(Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1948)
Appassionatamente(Giacomo Gentilomo, 1954)
Así como habían sido(Trío)(Andrés Linares, 1986/7)
San Antone(Joseph Kane, 1953)
The High and the Mighty(William A. Wellman, 1954)
Taki no Shiraito(The Water Magician;Mizoguchi Kenji, 1933)
The Web(Michael Gordon, 1947)
The Buccaneer(Anthony Quinn;s.Cecil B. DeMille, 1958)
The Buccaneer(Cecil B. DeMille, 1938)
Desire Me(uncredited:George Cukor/Jack Conway/Mervyn LeRoy/Victor Saville, 1946)
Flaxy Martin(Richard L. Bare, 1948/9)
Swing High, Swing Low(Mitchell Leien, 1937)
Death Takes A Holiday(Mitchell Leisen, 1934)
Irene(Herbert Wilcox, 1940)
Beloved Enemy(H.C. Potter, 1936)
The Cowboy and the Lady(H.C. Potter, 1938)
Der Golem, wie er in die Welt kam(Paul Wegener, 1920)
Mia madre(Nanni Moretti, 2015)
Hell On Frisco Bay(Frank Tuttle, 1955)
Stormy Weather(Andrew L. Stone, 1943)
The Milky Way(Leo McCarey;w.Harold Lloyd, 1936)
Pietà per chi cade(Mario Costa, 1954)
Repeat Performance(Alfred L. Werker, 1947)
Das indische Grabmal:1.Die Sendung des Yoghi,2.Der Tiger von Eschnapur(Joe May, 1921)
Julie(Andrew L. Stone, 1956)
The Member of the Wedding(Fred Zinnemann, 1953)
Winterset(Alfred Santell, 1936)
The Right to Romance(Alfred Santell, 1933)
As Young as You Feel(Harmon Jones, 1951)
You’ll Never Get Rich(Sidney Lanfield, 1941)
The Woman Accused(Paul Sloane, 1933)
Foma Gordeiev(Mark Donskoí, 1959)
The Parent Trap(David Swift, 1961)
High Wall(Curtis Bernhardt, 1947)
Mr. Lucky(H.C. Potter, 1943)
Un Marido de Ida y Vuelta(Luis Lucia, 1957)
The Safecracker(Ray Milland, 1957/8)
She’s Funny That Way(Peter Bogdanovich, 2014)
Oh...Rosalinda!!(Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1955)
Caribbean(Edward Ludwig, 1952)
Harper(The Moving Target;Jack Smight, 1966)
For You I Die(John Reinhardt, 1947)
Crashing Hollywood(Lew Landers, 1937/8)
Le Souvenir d’un avenir(Chris. Marker & Yannick Bellon, 2001)
Susan Slept Here(Frank Tashlin, 1954)
Bishkanyar Deshot(In the Land of Poison Women;Manju Borah, 2019)
Pollyanna(David Swift, 1960)
A Tale of Two Cities(Jack Conway;collab.Val Lewton & Jacques Tourneur, 1935)
Café Society(Woody Allen, 2016)
Shadow on the Wall(Patrick Jackson, 1949/50)
Tonnerre(Guillaume Brac, 2013)
Le Jouet criminel(Adolfo G. Arrieta, 1969)
‘Once more, with feeling!’(Stanley Donen, 1959)
The Shopworn Angel(H.C. Potter, 1938)
The Absent Minded Professor(Robert Stevenson, 1961)
Gavaznha(The Deer;Masud Kimiai, 1974)
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klukjeanovej · 2 years
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Guillaume Diop by Karim Sadli
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kameliendame · 2 months
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Dorothée Gilbert and Guillaume Diop in rehearsal for Swan Lake
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swanlake1998 · 10 months
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guillaume diop photographed performing as solor in la bayadère by julien benhamou
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strechanadi · 10 months
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Dorothée Gilbert, Guillaume Diop
La Bayadere
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edsonlnoe · 3 years
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MG Awards 2019
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Película GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Us Director Bong Joon-ho | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Jordan Peele | Us Actriz Lupita Nyong’o | US Runner-Up: Olivia Colman | The Favourite + Emma Stone | The Favourite Actor Antonio Banderas | DOLOR Y GLORIA Runner-Up: Arash Marandi | Luciérnagas Actriz de Reparto Jo Yeo-jeong | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Jennifer Lopez | Hustlers Actor de Reparto Song Kang-ho | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Leonardo Sbaraglia | Dolor y Gloria Guión Original Bong Joon-ho, Jin Won-han | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Pedro Almodóvar | Dolor y Gloria Guión Adaptado Barry Jenkins | IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Runner-Up: Lorene Scafaria | Hustlers Edición Yang Jin-mo | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Teresa Font | Dolor y Gloria Fotografía Hong Kyung-pyo | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Hoyte Van Hoytema | Ad Astra Diseño de Producción Cho Won-Woo, Lee Ha-jun | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Fiona Crombie, Alice Felton, Lynne Huitson | The Favourite Diseño de Vestuario Sandy Powell | THE FAVOURITE Runner-Up: Kym Barrett | Us Make-Up & Hairstyling Samantha Denyer, Nadia Stacey | THE FAVOURITE Runner-Up: Mark Coulier, Manolo García, Fernanda Perez | Suspiria Efectos Visuales / Especiales Roger Guyett, Neal Scanlan, Patrick Tubach, Dominic Tuohy | STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Runner-Up: Scott R. Fisher, Allen Maris, Guillaume Rocheron, Jedediah Smith | Ad Astra Edición de Sonido Matthew Wood, David Acord | STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Runner-Up: Coya Elliott, Ren Klyce | Toy Story 4 Mezcla de Sonido Tom Johnson, Daniel Laurie, Shannon Mills, Juan Peralta, John Pritchett | AVENGERS: ENDGAME Runner-Up: Aaron Glascock, Tom Ozanich | Creed II Score Max Richter | AD ASTRA Runner-Up: Jung Jae-il | Gisaengchung Soundtrack CREED II Runner-Up: Frozen II Canción “Suspirium” By Thom Yorke, Performed by Thom Yorke | SUSPIRIA Runner-Up: “Revelation” By Jónsi, Leland, Troye Sivan, Performed by Troye Sivan & Jónsi | Boy Erased Poster Vasilis Marmatakis | THE FAVOURITE Runner-Up: LA | Us Trailer Fox Searchlight | THE FAVOURITE Runner-Up: Annapurna Pictures | If Beale Street Could Talk Diseño de Créditos Vasilis Marmatakis | THE FAVOURITE Runner-Up: Teddy Blanks | Can You Ever Forgive Me? Película Animada J'AI PERDU MON CORPS Runner-Up: Abominable Off-Screen Performance Tom Hanks | TOY STORY 4 Runner-Up: Josh Gad | Frozen II Non-Anglo Performance Antonio Banderas | DOLOR Y GLORIA Runner-Up: Arash Marandi | Luciérnagas Performance Mexicano Gabriela Cartol | LA CAMARISTA Runner-Up: Edwarda Gurrola | Luciérnagas Featured Actor Elena Fokina | SUSPIRIA Runner-Up: Dave Franco | If Beale Street Could Talk Stunts JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 – PARABELLUM Runner-Up: Hobbs & Shaw Breakthrough Actriz KiKi Layne | IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Runner-Up: Shahadi Wright Joseph | Us Breakthrough Actor Stephan James | IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Runner-Up: César Vicente | Dolor y Gloria Rising Filmmaker José María Yázpik | POLVO Runner-Up: Lila Avilés | La Camarista Ensamble Song Kang-ho, Lee Sun-kyun, Jo Yeo-jeong, Choi Woo-sik, Park So-dam, Jang Hye-jin, Lee Jeong-eun, Jung Ji-so, Jung Hyun-jun, y Park Myeong-hoon | GISAENGCHUNG Runner-Up: Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Madison Curry, Anna Diop, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Tim Heidecker, y Elisabeth Moss | Us Escena Avengers! Assemble | AVENGERS: ENDGAME Runner-Up: Zappaguri | Gisaengchung Blockbuster AVENGERS: ENDGAME Runner-Up: Us Non-Theatrical Release THE WEDDING GUEST Runner-Up: Little Woods Documental HOMECOMING Runner-Up: Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Película Mexicana LUCIÉRNAGAS Runner-Up: La Camarista Película Iberoamericana DOLOR Y GLORIA Runner-Up: Bacurau Circuito Independiente LUCIÉRNAGAS Runner-Up: Di Qiu Zui Hou De Ye Wan
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A year of french poems
This is a list of 52 french poems, one per week of the year. I found them all over the internet (I apologize for any inaccurate info) and themes go from children’s laughter to politics. The poems are organized by time period, and then by author name and title, with a link to the poem. This is my @langblrsecretsanta gift for the amazing @sennettyoung. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making the list. 
16th century
1. Louise Labé - “Je vis, je meurs”
17th century
2. Jean de La Fontaine - “La cigale e la fourmi”
18th century
3. Fabre d’Églantine - “Il pleut, il pleut, bergère”
19th century
4. Charles Baudelaire - “Spleen”
5. José Maria de Hérédia - “Les Conquérants”
6. Louisa Siefert - “Tous les rires d’enfant”
7. Marceline Desbordes-Valmore - “Les roses de Saadi”
8. Marceline Desbordes-Valmore - “Une lettre de femme”
9. Paul Verlaine - “Clair de Lune”
10. Stéphane Mallarmé - “Quelconque une solitude”
11. Stéphane Mallarmé - “Sainte”
12. Tristan Corbière - “Le poète e la cigale”
13. Victor Hugo - “L’art et le peuple”
20th century
14. Aimé Césaire - “Mot-macumba”
15. Aimé Césaire - “Nous savoir”
16. Alain Bosquet - “Célébrités”
17. Alain Bosquet - “Merci”
18. Andrée Chedid - “Ce que nous sommes”
19. Andrée Chedid - “La femme des longues patiences”
20. Andrée Chedid - “Liberté”
21. Anne-Marie Grosser - “Dans un coin, le sapin”
22. Christine Fayolle - “La rentrée de Poème”
23. David Diop - “Afrique mon Afrique”
24. David Diop - “Défi à la force”
25. Delphine Guichard - “Mes cinq sens”
26. Eugène Guillevic - “Durée”
27. Eugène Guillevic - “Étoile”
28. Géo Norge [Georges Mogin] - “Monsieur”
29. Géo Norge [Georges Mogin] - “Une chanson”
30. Guillaume Apollinaire - “Guerre”
31. Jacques Prévert - “Chanson pour les enfants l’hiver”
32. Jacques Prévert - “Confession publique”
33. Jacques Prévert - “Le discours sur la paix”
34. Louis Aragon - “Heureux celui qui meurt d’aimer”
35. Paul Eluard - “Liberté”
36. Pierre Reverdy - “Nomade”
37. Raymond Queneau - “Pour un art poétique”
21th century
38. Alain Kasanda - “L'instant d'avant”
39. Camille Case - “Le chant des sirènes”
40. Céline Renoux - “Par poignées de silence”
41. Chantal Couliou - “Crayons de couleur”
42. Clotilde De Brito - “Meus Pais (Mes parents)”
43. Édith Azam - “On sait l’autre”
44. Françoise Ascal - “[Je ferme les yeux et laisse le mot venir]”
45. Linda Maria Baros - “Le phacochère”
46. Lucas Ottin - “Tous les matins”
47. Lucie Taïeb - “[se cacher sous les mots]”
48. Maggy de Coster - “Poème acrostiche”
49. Mélodie Lauret - “Ma Lumineuse”
50. Nathalie Man - “Rouge Nation”
51. Nimrod - “[Tu poseras ton faix]”
52. Thierry François - “Je suis un solitaire”
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