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Art on the wire and online: Jean-Hubert Martin on curating in cyberspace

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Davos 2017: World Economic Forum wary of post-Brexit future

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Trump's anti-European 'attack'

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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-11-29

Marion Cotillard polishes her Polish for 'The Immigrant'

Oscar-winning French actress Marion Cotillard seems to love a challenge. After tackling a tough Edith Piaf impersonation for "La Vie En Rose", having her legs eaten by a killer whale in "Rust and Bone" and taking on a 100% English part in "Blood Ties", she’s now learned to speak Polish for her latest role. In "The Immigrant", she plays a young woman who travels from Poland to New York in the 1920s, in search of a new life - but finds the American Dream isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Eve Jackson met up with the film’s director James Gray, who told her why he thinks it’s his best work yet. 

Also on the show: a Jordanian Mona Lisa comes to Paris for the Franco-Arabic film festival.

Finally, Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man lend a hand as publishers try to spark kids’ passion for reading at the Paris Children’s Book Fair.

By Catherine NICHOLSON

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2017-01-17 culture

Art on the wire and online: Jean-Hubert Martin on curating in cyberspace

Taking art from gallery walls to the endless expanse of the internet: online platform Collectionair offers virtual exhibitions, with the help of curators like Jean-Hubert Martin.

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2017-01-13 culture

Posy Simmonds: 'French women have good handbags, English women have udders'

She's known for sending up the country set, London literary types and everyone in between: no British stereotype escapes the satirical pen of Posy Simmonds.

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2017-01-16 culture

Music producer Uppermost: From the courthouse to the club

Law student turned electronic music sensation Uppermost has remixed Daft Punk, Rihanna and Adele. The French-Iranian producer takes us back to where it all started on his new...

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2017-01-10 culture

Lauren Groff: Fates, Furies and finding inspiration in France

Barack Obama named "Fates and Furies" his book of the year in 2015, much to the delight of its author Lauren Groff. The novel follows a couple, Mathilde and Lotto, from love at...

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2017-01-12 culture

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone strive to make it in 'La La Land'

Director Damien Chazelle's tribute to the golden age of Hollywood recounts the trials and tribulations of making it in Tinseltown today, all to a toe-tapping soundtrack. FRANCE...

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