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The Design Parade Festival permits students to present their innovations to the World. Since the 1920's, the villa de Noailles continuously promotes avant-garde art. And animated film Logorama attracts the eye like a commercial.
This culture magazine takes a look at various events going on in our cultural world today: the Michael Jackson memorial service in L.A., Public Enemies opens in Chicago and unusual fashion and burlesque opera in Paris.
Swedish musical talent Peter Von Poehl talks about his uplifting music, inspired by his constant movement. In France, Palestinian art is shown and a growing entertainment trend brings the show to the spectator's living room - literally.
Literary critic Augustin Trapenard presents comic books, today a franco-belgian tradition. Versailles hosts a grandiose rendition of Snow White, actor Karl Malden passes away and a jazz singer is discovered: Melody Gardot.
La Rochelle is the current home for the 'Sunny Side of the Doc', a documentary market where film is promoted and key players in the industry gather to combine their efforts. The market shows the challenges ahead and future potential in the industry.