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'Whose Streets?': On the frontline of Ferguson

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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 : 2016-09-14

Film show: 'Free State of Jones', 'Where to Invade Next' and 'War Dogs'

Jean-Luc Godard says cinema is "truth, 24 times a second" so we take a look at three movies all rooted in fact. Civil war tale "Free State of Jones" stars Matthew McConaughey as a farmer who ends up taking on an important role during the Confederacy. Lisa Nesselson also gives us a bit of background on Michael Moore’s latest documentary "Where to Invade Next" as the director goes looking for innovation and social policies outside of the US.

And Miles Teller and Jonah Hill play the real-life arms dealers who made millions from the military in new release "War Dogs".

By Olivia SALAZAR WINSPEAR , Lisa NESSELSON

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2017-12-08 culture

'Whose Streets?': On the frontline of Ferguson

An unflinching tale told by the activists and leaders on the frontlines of a battle not just for civil rights but the right to live. "Whose Streets?" takes us behind the...

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2017-12-07 culture

Alsarah: East African retro pop

The reigning queen of East African retro pop: Nubian-Sudanese-American singer Alsarah folds the heart of old and new African musical traditions into the soul of Arabic rhythms....

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2017-12-06 culture

Who was the 'French Elvis,' Johnny Hallyday?

As France’s airwaves and news headlines are wall to wall with tributes and reactions to the death of French rocker Johnny Hallyday, FRANCE 24’s culture experts look back at his...

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2017-12-05 culture

Ibrahim Maalouf tips his hat to iconic singer 'Dalida'

He’s brought the brass section to the front of the stage: Ibrahim Maalouf is a multi-award winning instrumentalist who’s fused jazz, oriental sounds, funk and classical music...

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2017-12-04 culture

Postmodern Jukebox: Speaking to the band that serves up 'gramophone music for a smartphone world'

Postmodern Jukebox reimages modern pop in retro styles. Think a doo-wop rendition of Céline Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" or a bluesy version of Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun."...

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