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The writing's on the wall: Revolutionary posters from May 68

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“Booty Looting” memory and mediums

Today’s guest weaves music with movement, dialogue with dance, photography with philosophy and myth with imagery. Film-maker and choreographer Wim Vandekeybus joins Jade Barker in the studio to talk about his production “Booty Looting” as it premieres in Paris.

The high-energy show features dancers, a photographer whose images are projected in real time and a musician playing live. Vandekeybus tells Jade about his love for mixing mediums and why he believes art is an act of stealing.

Also on the show, we take a look at the play borrowing cinematic conventions. "À Nu" is the French adaptation of the controversial post-911 film "Strip Search". France 24’s Luke Brown went to meet both the play's director, Marc Saez, and the original screen-writer for the film, Tom Fontana, who told him why they were both attracted to this story.

By Jade BARKER

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2018-05-25 culture

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2018-05-23 culture

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2018-05-22 jazz

Hugh Coltman serves up a New Orleans-inspired musical gumbo

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2018-05-21 culture

Music show: Opera singer Lawrence Brownlee, Snow Patrol & Natalie Prass

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