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Antonio Gades’ flamenco ballets

The age-old Spanish art of flamenco is brought to life on the Paris stage this winter by the Antonio Gades company. He was the man entrusted with founding Spain’s National Ballet in the post-Franco era.

his widow Eugenia Eiriz joins us on Culture to explain how his legacy lives on through his dance company and foundation, and how dance can have a deceptively complex message. We also talk unfilmable films as Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi” hits cinema screens worldwide.
And we are checking out French actress Marion Cotillard’s chances at worldwide superstardom – after her nomination for another Golden Globe in the US.

By Catherine Nicholson



2018-03-22 culture

Hats off: Photographer Claude Azoulay's stylish, candid snaps on show

Winston Churchill, Brigitte Bardot and Federico Fellini tip their hats to Franco-Tunisian photographer Claude Azoulay in a new exhibition here in Paris. Also, Pakistan is hoping...

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2018-03-21 culture

Film show: 'The Death of Stalin', 'Hostiles' and 'The Prayer'

From a wickedly irreverent satire about the death of Stalin that's been banned in Russia to Christian Bale's attempt at reviving the Western, film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to...

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2018-03-20 culture

Parlez-vous français? Francophonia is the order of the day

We take a look at the language of Molière, as French-speaking culture is celebrated with the "Journée de la Francophonie". France 24's Florence Villeminot takes us through the...

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2018-03-19 culture

'See Red': Aaron Cohen talks gun reform, hip-hop and gastronomy in Paris

Aaron Cohen is seeing Red. The Seattle native is burning up the hip-hop scene across Europe with his brand of fiery, no-holds-barred rap. Tipped as the next breakout emcee, he's...

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2018-03-16 culture

Fantasy novelist Robin Hobb among guests at France's biggest book fair

Readers, writers and industry insiders have it marked in their calendars: Paris's annual book fair is the networking opportunity of the year. It’s also a chance to hear talks and...

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