Reviving Thalassa: New Exotic Destinations and Exciting Adventures Await

The iconic maritime magazine show Thalassa, which captured the hearts of millions since its inception in 1975, has been reborn into a modernized version with a fresh approach to explore the mysterious world beneath the ocean waves. New Host, Fresh Perspective Faithful viewers of the original Thalassa series would remember legendary host Georges Pernoud who […]

Award-Winning Screenwriter Noé Debré’s Journey to His First Feature Film

From Series Success to Silver Screen: An Interview with Noé Debré Noé Debré, the 38-year-old screenwriter behind numerous successful projects including the European Parliament comedy series “Parliament,” recently made his feature film debut with “Le Dernier des juifs” (The Last of the Jews). In this exclusive interview, we discuss his career, inspirations, and the process […]

Eco-Friendly Firelighters: The Perfect Solution for Igniting Fires with Ease

Introducing Environmentally Friendly Firestarters Inspired by the creativity and ingenuity required to start a fire, especially during damp weather conditions that affect the capability of wood to ignite instantly, an innovative and sustainable solution has emerged. This exceptional product involves transforming old magazine pages into handy firelighters, thus not only supporting environment-friendly practices but also […]

The Musical Chessboard: A Lost Instrument Rediscovered

Ancient Music Awakens in Le Mans On January 26, 2024, a centuries-old melody echoed within the Saint-Julien Cathedral in Le Mans during the city’s biennial music festival. The occasion marked the first time in over seven hundred years that the shrill sound of the musical chessboard was heard by human ears. Though written traces and […]

Cannes Hosts Midem+: A Look at the Future of Music with AI and Live Performances

The renowned international market for music and publishing, Midem+, took a step into the future last week as artists, industry professionals, and politicians gathered in Cannes to discuss the changing landscape of the music world. From artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to live performances and artist compensation, attendees examined the challenges and opportunities ahead. From Stands […]

New Caledonia Nickel Industry Workers Strike for Recovery and Survival

Struggling Refineries Push Workers to Action Nickel industry employees and subcontractors in New Caledonia staged a strike on Thursday, January 25, calling on the shareholders of the country’s three refineries to contribute towards the sector’s resuscitation. The combination of poor output, expensive energy costs, and intense competition from abroad has left these factories facing bankruptcy, […]

Rediscovering Retro Gems: A Look at this Week’s Reissued Albums in World Music

In the ever-changing landscape of modern music, we occasionally come across certain unique and original gems that deserve recognition. This week, we’re stepping back in time to rediscover three reissued albums from different corners of the globe that have heavily influenced their respective genres. Read on as we explore the sounds of Malik Adouane’s “after […]

Exploring the Realistic Spectacle of Ridley Scott’s Body of Lies

A Raw Depiction of Digital Warfare and Espionage In recent years, a new kind of spy thriller has been on the rise, with films like Body of Lies capturing audiences worldwide. Directed by Ridley Scott, this riveting action film is an exceptional example of storytelling that reflects the harsh reality of life as a CIA […]

Emerging Trends at Midem 2024: Artist Revenue and Artificial Intelligence in the Music Industry

Overview of Midem 2024 The prominent International music event, Midem 2024, happening this week in Cannes up until Saturday, January 27, tackles two fundamental issues affecting today’s music industry: artist remuneration and artificial intelligence. This article offers an exclusive look into these crucial discussions bound to impact musicians’ careers and the future of the industry […]