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Fonseca (@fonsecamusic) has caused great success on the Internet for the latest publications he has made in the last few hours. These are the posts of stories and photographs that added more than interactions between his admirers.

The most relevant publications:

Don’t overdo it, don’t stress🔥 #HáblameBaijto 🤫 Happy weekend🕺💃 @cimafunk 🇨🇺🇨🇴 @spotify 🎶👆

Who is Fonseca?

Fernando Fonseca Career (Bogotá, May 29, 1979), artistically known as Fonseca, is a Colombian singer-songwriter. With his music, he mixes pop and Colombian folk rhythms, has won several Latin Grammy awards. He graduated from the Gymnasium Campestre school in Bogotá.

In 2002, just over 21 years old, publish your album Fonsecawhich had a great reception in Colombia, due to the mixture of happy and somewhat folk rhythms. His next musical proposal, Heartwas released in 2005 by the EMI Music Colombia label.

with the theme I send you flowers, Fonseca won a Latin Grammy for “Best Tropical Song” in 2006. He was also awarded “Best New Tropical Artist” by Premios Lo Nuestro and Premios MTV Latin America. He launched Gratitude in 2008, with which he debuted at position #1 and begins the Gratitour international tour, which toured more than 25 countries.

Fonseca was winner of a Latin Grammy 2012 in the category: “Best Tropical Fusion Album” for the production of Illusion. On July 29, 2014 she released Symphonic Fonseca DVD, a compilation of all his hits recorded in March 2014 in symphonic format together with more than one hundred musicians from the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia. this music work adds his third Platinum Record for sales in Colombia and was winner of the Latin Grammy in 2014 as “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album”.

By June 2015, the singer premiered between my life and yoursfirst musical cut of his fifth studio album Connectionreleased worldwide on October 2, 2015, reaching number 1 on the Billboard charts. His album was positioned in the first places of sale a few weeks after its release.

The video for the second single from this album, you don’t miss me anymore it surpassed one million views in five days. was certified Quadruple Platinum Disc and was positioned at its premiere as number 1 in Colombia and Peru and in the top 10 in Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Ecuador and Guatemala, among others.

On June 17, 2015 in the city of Los Angeles received the special award “Sesac Latina Contemporary Icon Award”, noting him as “one of the world’s most successful and influential singer-songwriters”. In October 2015 he received the “Award Winner” at the Musa Awardsan award that was established by the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The third single, I came looking for you has been since its launch in the first audience places in the different Latin American countries. He was the winner of the Latin Grammy 2016 as “Best Tropical Song”.

On October 2, 2015 he released the album Tribute to the music of Diomedes Díaz. This album, produced by Bernardo Ossa and contains 12 songs by the late singer. This one did winner of the Latin Grammy in 2016 as “Best Cumbia/Vallenato album”.

By September 30, 2016 it was invited by Ringo Starr himself to participate in the topic Now The Time Has Come. The anthem, composed by Ringo Starr and producer Bruce Sugar in alliance with the United Nations, commemorates the peace treaty in Colombia.

In March 2017, he signed with Magnus Media, the entertainment and sports company founded in 2015 by Mark Anthonywhere he is co-manager with his former representative Carlos Saavedra.

Fonseca He is considered one of the best singers in Colombia for his musical versatility.has managed to create songs with different rhythms, such as: Vallenato rhythms, bullerengue, tambora, African drums and even a bit of classic salsa.

His most recent musical work is simple hearts (2018) a bet on romantic lyrics. The topic has been twice nominated for a Grammy and has already won 5 Latin Grammy.

We want to thank the author of this short article for this remarkable content

Take a look at the latest photos of Fonseca that are all the rage on Instagram

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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Fonseca (@fonsecamusic) has caused great success on the Internet for the latest publications he has made in the last few hours. These are the posts of stories and photographs that added more than interactions between his admirers.

The most relevant publications:

Don’t overdo it, don’t stress🔥 #HáblameBaijto 🤫 Happy weekend🕺💃 @cimafunk 🇨🇺🇨🇴 @spotify 🎶👆

Who is Fonseca?

Fernando Fonseca Career (Bogotá, May 29, 1979), artistically known as Fonseca, is a Colombian singer-songwriter. With his music, he mixes pop and Colombian folk rhythms, has won several Latin Grammy awards. He graduated from the Gymnasium Campestre school in Bogotá.

In 2002, just over 21 years old, publish your album Fonsecawhich had a great reception in Colombia, due to the mixture of happy and somewhat folk rhythms. His next musical proposal, Heartwas released in 2005 by the EMI Music Colombia label.

with the theme I send you flowers, Fonseca won a Latin Grammy for “Best Tropical Song” in 2006. He was also awarded “Best New Tropical Artist” by Premios Lo Nuestro and Premios MTV Latin America. He launched Gratitude in 2008, with which he debuted at position #1 and begins the Gratitour international tour, which toured more than 25 countries.

Fonseca was winner of a Latin Grammy 2012 in the category: “Best Tropical Fusion Album” for the production of Illusion. On July 29, 2014 she released Symphonic Fonseca DVD, a compilation of all his hits recorded in March 2014 in symphonic format together with more than one hundred musicians from the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia. this music work adds his third Platinum Record for sales in Colombia and was winner of the Latin Grammy in 2014 as “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album”.

By June 2015, the singer premiered between my life and yoursfirst musical cut of his fifth studio album Connectionreleased worldwide on October 2, 2015, reaching number 1 on the Billboard charts. His album was positioned in the first places of sale a few weeks after its release.

The video for the second single from this album, you don’t miss me anymore it surpassed one million views in five days. was certified Quadruple Platinum Disc and was positioned at its premiere as number 1 in Colombia and Peru and in the top 10 in Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Ecuador and Guatemala, among others.

On June 17, 2015 in the city of Los Angeles received the special award “Sesac Latina Contemporary Icon Award”, noting him as “one of the world’s most successful and influential singer-songwriters”. In October 2015 he received the “Award Winner” at the Musa Awardsan award that was established by the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The third single, I came looking for you has been since its launch in the first audience places in the different Latin American countries. He was the winner of the Latin Grammy 2016 as “Best Tropical Song”.

On October 2, 2015 he released the album Tribute to the music of Diomedes Díaz. This album, produced by Bernardo Ossa and contains 12 songs by the late singer. This one did winner of the Latin Grammy in 2016 as “Best Cumbia/Vallenato album”.

By September 30, 2016 it was invited by Ringo Starr himself to participate in the topic Now The Time Has Come. The anthem, composed by Ringo Starr and producer Bruce Sugar in alliance with the United Nations, commemorates the peace treaty in Colombia.

In March 2017, he signed with Magnus Media, the entertainment and sports company founded in 2015 by Mark Anthonywhere he is co-manager with his former representative Carlos Saavedra.

Fonseca He is considered one of the best singers in Colombia for his musical versatility.has managed to create songs with different rhythms, such as: Vallenato rhythms, bullerengue, tambora, African drums and even a bit of classic salsa.

His most recent musical work is simple hearts (2018) a bet on romantic lyrics. The topic has been twice nominated for a Grammy and has already won 5 Latin Grammy.

We want to thank the author of this short article for this remarkable content

Take a look at the latest photos of Fonseca that are all the rage on Instagram

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643497332) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(96) "Alberto O. Hirschman, the Jew who analyzed the economic and social backwardness of Latin America" ["link"]=> string(130) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/alberto-o-hirschman-the-jew-who-analyzed-the-economic-and-social-backwardness-of-latin-america/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 20:53:17 +0000" ["category"]=> string(76) "Nobel PrizeAlbertoAmericaanalyzedbackwardnesseconomicHirschmanJewLatinsocial" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13624" ["description"]=> string(756) "Jewish Link Mexico and Israel- In the repeated statements about the causes and expressions of the relative economic and social backwardness of Latin America In contrast to the positive evolution of Europe and the USA, two figures of Jewish and German origin deserve an ostensible place. JOSEPH HODARA Beyond substantially unequal ideas and directions, both ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6550) "

Jewish Link Mexico and Israel- In the repeated statements about the causes and expressions of the relative economic and social backwardness of Latin America In contrast to the positive evolution of Europe and the USA, two figures of Jewish and German origin deserve an ostensible place.

JOSEPH HODARA

Beyond substantially unequal ideas and directions, both coincide in indicating many absences and deviations in the economic and political activities of the region. I allude here to Albert O. Hirschman and Andre Gunder Frank.

Some appreciations on the first follow; perhaps in the coming days I will allude to Franck.

I judge that Hirschman’s intellectual trajectory (1915-2012) is inescapable for several reasons. Trained in the hectic years of the Weimar Republic, this intellectual and economist left the country when Hitler came to power in 1933.

In these circumstances, the Jewish origin and the death of his father – a famous neurosurgeon – pushed Albert to travel France, Italy and England with the purpose of enriching their personal and academic training.

When civil war broke out in Spain in 1936, Hirschman joined the international brigades.

Wounded in one of the fights, resolved to complete studies at the University of Trieste, Italy. There she made contact with Eugenio Colorni (1909-1944), notable Jewish economist that he had married one of his sisters.

Here he gave birth to an important and solid friendship that had a tragic end: Colorni was killed by the Nazis few months before the end of the war.

Over time, one of Hirschman’s daughters married the Hindu Amartya Sen, celebrated economist who later he deserved the Nobel.

In a book published in Italy in 1945 Hirschman coined the term dependence on pages that evaluated Germany’s trade relations with the rest of Europe. With radically unequal accent and implications, Franck adopted it decades later in his fiery considerations of the deviations and failures of Latin American development.

Hirschman did not limit himself to academic tasks

His secret activities in France next to the American journalist Varian Fry– character who still awaits due recognition- allowed not a few European intellectuals to elude the gestapo and take refuge in the USA. Among them: Chagall, Duchamp, Herbert Mann, Hanna Arendt and Alma Mahler.

Hirschman’s risky activity that to date has barely deserved gratitude and attention.

Shortly after joined the US military operating in Africa.

At the end of the war, Hirschman emigrated with his wife to the United States and began working in the Federal Reserve Board.

Job he did for a short time. The rise of McCarthyism led him to accept an international mission in Colombia in 1952, a country where he will live with his family for four years.

A balanced development in Latin America

In this period and place Albert studied processes and data in the Colombian economic evolution. The constant pilgrimage through the country led him to thread concepts and paradigms that enriched the ideas about the Latin American lagor.

Disseminated and celebrated, they made it easier for him to quickly insert himself into North American academic life without giving up multiple stays in Latin American countries, Brazil and Chile in particular.

In 1958 his Economic development strategy. In these pages he questions the possibility and the presumed virtues of a balanced development in Latin America in clear opposition to the then dominant rhetoric in many governments and regional organizations.

With a singular prose he points out that the stimulus of imbalances intersectoral – which in fact exist – would have positive effects on the economic progress of the region when and if they are handled wisely.

An approach that since then has received extensive attention from Latin American development scholars. Among them Javier Santiso in the pages of the Cepal magazine (April 2000).

From here Hirschman points non-stop his skepticism about the “Development plans promoted by Latin American governments. The absence of reliable data in addition to crooked orientations would sterilize them.

In future and erudite pages, he enriched his approaches with metaphors – “exit”, “voice”, “loyalty”, “tunnel effect” – that would characterize behaviors and processes in lagging societies.

Texts that overflowed borders beyond the orthodox economy and that perhaps they took him away from the Nobel prize which he well deserved.

Together they reflect a creative intellectual pilgrimage and the character quasi-talmudic of their approaches.

Reproduction authorized with the following mention: ©EnlaceJudío

The opinions, beliefs and points of view expressed by the author in the opinion articles, and the comments therein, do not necessarily reflect the position or editorial line of Enlace Judío.

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this outstanding web content

Alberto O. Hirschman, the Jew who analyzed the economic and social backwardness of Latin America

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(756) "Jewish Link Mexico and Israel- In the repeated statements about the causes and expressions of the relative economic and social backwardness of Latin America In contrast to the positive evolution of Europe and the USA, two figures of Jewish and German origin deserve an ostensible place. JOSEPH HODARA Beyond substantially unequal ideas and directions, both ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6550) "

Jewish Link Mexico and Israel- In the repeated statements about the causes and expressions of the relative economic and social backwardness of Latin America In contrast to the positive evolution of Europe and the USA, two figures of Jewish and German origin deserve an ostensible place.

JOSEPH HODARA

Beyond substantially unequal ideas and directions, both coincide in indicating many absences and deviations in the economic and political activities of the region. I allude here to Albert O. Hirschman and Andre Gunder Frank.

Some appreciations on the first follow; perhaps in the coming days I will allude to Franck.

I judge that Hirschman’s intellectual trajectory (1915-2012) is inescapable for several reasons. Trained in the hectic years of the Weimar Republic, this intellectual and economist left the country when Hitler came to power in 1933.

In these circumstances, the Jewish origin and the death of his father – a famous neurosurgeon – pushed Albert to travel France, Italy and England with the purpose of enriching their personal and academic training.

When civil war broke out in Spain in 1936, Hirschman joined the international brigades.

Wounded in one of the fights, resolved to complete studies at the University of Trieste, Italy. There she made contact with Eugenio Colorni (1909-1944), notable Jewish economist that he had married one of his sisters.

Here he gave birth to an important and solid friendship that had a tragic end: Colorni was killed by the Nazis few months before the end of the war.

Over time, one of Hirschman’s daughters married the Hindu Amartya Sen, celebrated economist who later he deserved the Nobel.

In a book published in Italy in 1945 Hirschman coined the term dependence on pages that evaluated Germany’s trade relations with the rest of Europe. With radically unequal accent and implications, Franck adopted it decades later in his fiery considerations of the deviations and failures of Latin American development.

Hirschman did not limit himself to academic tasks

His secret activities in France next to the American journalist Varian Fry– character who still awaits due recognition- allowed not a few European intellectuals to elude the gestapo and take refuge in the USA. Among them: Chagall, Duchamp, Herbert Mann, Hanna Arendt and Alma Mahler.

Hirschman’s risky activity that to date has barely deserved gratitude and attention.

Shortly after joined the US military operating in Africa.

At the end of the war, Hirschman emigrated with his wife to the United States and began working in the Federal Reserve Board.

Job he did for a short time. The rise of McCarthyism led him to accept an international mission in Colombia in 1952, a country where he will live with his family for four years.

A balanced development in Latin America

In this period and place Albert studied processes and data in the Colombian economic evolution. The constant pilgrimage through the country led him to thread concepts and paradigms that enriched the ideas about the Latin American lagor.

Disseminated and celebrated, they made it easier for him to quickly insert himself into North American academic life without giving up multiple stays in Latin American countries, Brazil and Chile in particular.

In 1958 his Economic development strategy. In these pages he questions the possibility and the presumed virtues of a balanced development in Latin America in clear opposition to the then dominant rhetoric in many governments and regional organizations.

With a singular prose he points out that the stimulus of imbalances intersectoral – which in fact exist – would have positive effects on the economic progress of the region when and if they are handled wisely.

An approach that since then has received extensive attention from Latin American development scholars. Among them Javier Santiso in the pages of the Cepal magazine (April 2000).

From here Hirschman points non-stop his skepticism about the “Development plans promoted by Latin American governments. The absence of reliable data in addition to crooked orientations would sterilize them.

In future and erudite pages, he enriched his approaches with metaphors – “exit”, “voice”, “loyalty”, “tunnel effect” – that would characterize behaviors and processes in lagging societies.

Texts that overflowed borders beyond the orthodox economy and that perhaps they took him away from the Nobel prize which he well deserved.

Together they reflect a creative intellectual pilgrimage and the character quasi-talmudic of their approaches.

Reproduction authorized with the following mention: ©EnlaceJudío

The opinions, beliefs and points of view expressed by the author in the opinion articles, and the comments therein, do not necessarily reflect the position or editorial line of Enlace Judío.

We wish to thank the author of this write-up for this outstanding web content

Alberto O. Hirschman, the Jew who analyzed the economic and social backwardness of Latin America

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643489597) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(60) "We Played Pokémon Legends Arceus and Here’s What We Think" ["link"]=> string(95) "https://awardworld.net/pulitzer-prize/we-played-pokemon-legends-arceus-and-heres-what-we-think/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Martha Nance" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 20:27:01 +0000" ["category"]=> string(41) "Pulitzer PrizeArceusLegendsplayedPokémon" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13621" ["description"]=> string(616) "Like many Nintendo Switch owners, this weekend is Pokémon! In writing, many of us are currently playing Pokemon Legends: Arceus. It must be said that if, generally we receive the games in advance to be able to test them before their release, this time, it was not possible. And so we find ourselves discovering the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(12730) "

Like many Nintendo Switch owners, this weekend is Pokémon! In writing, many of us are currently playing Pokemon Legends: Arceus. It must be said that if, generally we receive the games in advance to be able to test them before their release, this time, it was not possible. And so we find ourselves discovering the game like ordinary mortals. It’s good sometimes to come down a little from your cloud. So as not to leave you in doubt and questions, caught between enthusiastic fans and grumpy trolls, we have already published a Press review compiling the tests and the first notes received by the game; first reviews that are quite good overall, able to reassure the most skeptical among us. However, at the same time, it wouldn’t be the first time the press has overdone it one way or another. Especially since, as we often say, with this kind of title, only time is able to place the game in the firmament or in the oblivion of the history of video games. Obviously, we suspect that you are still impatient to find the test of your dear Nintendo-master. However, as we always do things well, we will have to wait a little longer. Know all the same that it is our pokemon doctor, ggvanrom who sticks to it and that since he received the game, the poor man does not spare his efforts to concoct a hyper complete test for you. who will be an authority on the subject – we do not doubt it for a single second (at the same time, we are not going to throw stones at each other!) While waiting for this monument which will surely apply for the Pulitzer Prize, we have decided to give you a little preview by giving you our feelings after a few hours of play. So should you break the bank, heat up your credit card or play the big scene of the two to your parents so that they cough up a few euros? Or is it better to wait for the title to end up in the sales bins? See turning to other games, such as the Rock team leaving for other skies?

PREVIEW FROM Pokemon Legends: Arceus

Pokemon Legends Arceus is the first Pokémon game I’ve bought since Sun/Moon. 5 years ! Because despite the bad buzz around the game before its release, its new proposal made me want to. Pokémon in the open world is still an old fantasy. So of course, it’s not a completely open world but rather structured by zones, à la Monster Hunter, with Rusti-cité as the central hub. But the pleasure of tracking Pokémon in the tall grass in a realistic way is there, even if I have some concerns about the repetitiveness of the mechanics in the long term.

Obviously, the first impression of the game goes through the graphics. And indeed, it does not break the house technically. Clipping and aliasing are there, not to mention the logos on the clothes of the horribly pixelated characters. The environments aren’t jaw-dropping like in a Xenoblade, or even a Zelda BotW, but the DA cel-shading goes very well.

Just like the universe inspired by 19th century Hokkaido and Ainu culture, which contrasts with what Pokémon usually offers us! A time when Pokémon scare people, which offers another look at the series that is reminiscent of me Pokemon Ranger. Would LPA be the spiritual sequel? In any case, the progression by mission and by rank makes you think about it. One thing is certain: I can’t wait to see what this scenario around Arceus has in store for me!

1643488016 134 We Played Pokemon Legends Arceus and Heres What We Think

I am one of those players who discovered the Pokémon series on Game Boy with the very first opus. I remember spending whole days and evenings walking through tall grass and exploring every cave to collect all the Pokémon. At the time there were “only” 151, which seemed “huge” even if we ended up knowing them all. Moreover, I take this opportunity to say that the localization of the game was particularly well done with French names that were really well found (which contributed to the success of the game) even if I always made it a point of honor to rename each captured Pokémon myself. The construction of the game was simple but very effective with a logical progression, still leaving a lot of room for maneuver. Ditto for the combat mechanics inspired by turn-based RPGs. The story, the music, the pixel art of the game… Everything for me is cult and cute and is one of my great video game moments, especially since the game was perfectly in tune with its platform, the Game Boy. … Obviously, from then on, I was an insider and I waited impatiently for each new opus, each time hoping to find the same frenzy, the same thrill… However, over the iterations, even if some episodes turned out to be very successful, the passion was dulled and from Sun and Moon, I can even say that I dropped the case.

However, I still want to believe in it even if as I get older, my tastes have evolved and I have less time to devote to games… Well, so to speak because I still play a lot but given the offer, I am forced to make choices. Often I start a game and if it’s not addictive enough, I don’t finish it… So Pokemon Legends: Arceus will rekindle this flame? For me, it’s still too early to tell but here are my first thoughts after a few hours of play… If we often compare the game to Zelda: Breath of the Wild despite the fact that it is not really an open world game but rather a game in open areas, it is clear that Nintendo’s title served as a model. It starts a bit the same way with a light and a voice that tells the hero/player not to open their eyes, but to wake up! Finally “voice” is not the right word because unfortunately, at this level, the developers did not see fit to add voices. an unfortunate choice since inevitably, it does not go in the direction of a revival and even immediately gives a dated side to the game, which is not contradicted by the realization which remains very classic nor even by the graphics… The beginning of the game is also quite winded because the developers have chosen to put almost all the information to know, the commands (etc) at the beginning of the game. This is again a difference with Nintendo’s masterpiece which makes of the tutorial a real master class (especially since we don’t realize it…)

However, once you’ve learned the controls and discovered the universe, the game finally opens its arms to us and I must admit that I got caught up in it… It’s been a long time since I had had so much fun capturing Pokémon, especially since the level design seems to have been well thought out. There are also lots of fun little details, animations or surprising interactions. It’s still too early to know if I’ll finish the game but I’m already having trouble letting go of the controller.

GGVANROM

After the semi-disappointment of Pokémon Sparkling Diamond and Sparkling Pearl concerning the lack of finish provided by ILCA to this port, I admit to having waited not without concern for this Pokémon Legends: Arceus. After the first hour of play and its prologue which seems to last an eternity, we realize with relief that it is more than just Wild Lands borrowed from Sword and Shield and that Game Freak has really done a thorough job on its game. Playing the spatio-temporal rift, we find ourselves teleported to Hisui, at a time when cohabitation with Pokémon and the creation of Poké Balls were still in their infancy.

Our mission, to travel the region to meet the requirements of Arceus, and incidentally fulfill our role within the Galaxie group as a researcher, and complete the very first Pokédex of the region Once sent to one of the large areas of the game, we find ourselves immersed in the local fauna, and what can I say except “but that’s how Pokémon should be in fact!” “. While fights between trainers are still only a vague concept, the main interest of the game here is to flush out Pokémon in their natural habitat in order to catch them, fight the most recalcitrant, and thus complete the tasks allowing to create the first Pokédex pages dedicated to them.

Everything is done with super intuitive controls, we aim and launch our empty Poké Balls to catch the docile creatures, and we switch to launch our Pokémon into battle against the more violent creatures, or on elements such as trees or stones to collect materials, essential to create Poké Ball, and healing items by following specific recipes. With the weather and a dynamic day/night cycle, the local wildlife changes and moves, reinforcing this adventure/exploration side, and this feeling of diving into the unknown, at a time when people view Pokémon with a dim view. . Don’t lie to us though, graphically and technically Pokémon Legends Arceus sometimes struggles with graphics from another era, unflattering textures, and Pokémon seeming to be animated at 5 FPS as soon as they’re a bit far away, but once immersed in the action, and taking into account the new gameplay mechanics, side quests, crafting and so many other elements that we will talk about in the full test, the graphic aspect clearly passes to the second -plan once you are aware of the evolution brought by Game Freak to its license.

After 12 hours of play, I didn’t see time flowing in the Obsidian Plains (the first region of the game), and I had to force myself several times to let go of the game and go enjoy a few well-deserved hours of sleep. . To see if this feeling will last throughout the adventure

As a reminder, Pokemon Legends: Arceus will be available from January 28, 2021 exclusively on nintendo-switch. More info with our previous news and The game press review compiling of many tests.

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We want to say thanks to the author of this article for this incredible content

We Played Pokémon Legends Arceus and Here’s What We Think

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Like many Nintendo Switch owners, this weekend is Pokémon! In writing, many of us are currently playing Pokemon Legends: Arceus. It must be said that if, generally we receive the games in advance to be able to test them before their release, this time, it was not possible. And so we find ourselves discovering the game like ordinary mortals. It’s good sometimes to come down a little from your cloud. So as not to leave you in doubt and questions, caught between enthusiastic fans and grumpy trolls, we have already published a Press review compiling the tests and the first notes received by the game; first reviews that are quite good overall, able to reassure the most skeptical among us. However, at the same time, it wouldn’t be the first time the press has overdone it one way or another. Especially since, as we often say, with this kind of title, only time is able to place the game in the firmament or in the oblivion of the history of video games. Obviously, we suspect that you are still impatient to find the test of your dear Nintendo-master. However, as we always do things well, we will have to wait a little longer. Know all the same that it is our pokemon doctor, ggvanrom who sticks to it and that since he received the game, the poor man does not spare his efforts to concoct a hyper complete test for you. who will be an authority on the subject – we do not doubt it for a single second (at the same time, we are not going to throw stones at each other!) While waiting for this monument which will surely apply for the Pulitzer Prize, we have decided to give you a little preview by giving you our feelings after a few hours of play. So should you break the bank, heat up your credit card or play the big scene of the two to your parents so that they cough up a few euros? Or is it better to wait for the title to end up in the sales bins? See turning to other games, such as the Rock team leaving for other skies?

PREVIEW FROM Pokemon Legends: Arceus

Pokemon Legends Arceus is the first Pokémon game I’ve bought since Sun/Moon. 5 years ! Because despite the bad buzz around the game before its release, its new proposal made me want to. Pokémon in the open world is still an old fantasy. So of course, it’s not a completely open world but rather structured by zones, à la Monster Hunter, with Rusti-cité as the central hub. But the pleasure of tracking Pokémon in the tall grass in a realistic way is there, even if I have some concerns about the repetitiveness of the mechanics in the long term.

Obviously, the first impression of the game goes through the graphics. And indeed, it does not break the house technically. Clipping and aliasing are there, not to mention the logos on the clothes of the horribly pixelated characters. The environments aren’t jaw-dropping like in a Xenoblade, or even a Zelda BotW, but the DA cel-shading goes very well.

Just like the universe inspired by 19th century Hokkaido and Ainu culture, which contrasts with what Pokémon usually offers us! A time when Pokémon scare people, which offers another look at the series that is reminiscent of me Pokemon Ranger. Would LPA be the spiritual sequel? In any case, the progression by mission and by rank makes you think about it. One thing is certain: I can’t wait to see what this scenario around Arceus has in store for me!

1643488016 134 We Played Pokemon Legends Arceus and Heres What We Think

I am one of those players who discovered the Pokémon series on Game Boy with the very first opus. I remember spending whole days and evenings walking through tall grass and exploring every cave to collect all the Pokémon. At the time there were “only” 151, which seemed “huge” even if we ended up knowing them all. Moreover, I take this opportunity to say that the localization of the game was particularly well done with French names that were really well found (which contributed to the success of the game) even if I always made it a point of honor to rename each captured Pokémon myself. The construction of the game was simple but very effective with a logical progression, still leaving a lot of room for maneuver. Ditto for the combat mechanics inspired by turn-based RPGs. The story, the music, the pixel art of the game… Everything for me is cult and cute and is one of my great video game moments, especially since the game was perfectly in tune with its platform, the Game Boy. … Obviously, from then on, I was an insider and I waited impatiently for each new opus, each time hoping to find the same frenzy, the same thrill… However, over the iterations, even if some episodes turned out to be very successful, the passion was dulled and from Sun and Moon, I can even say that I dropped the case.

However, I still want to believe in it even if as I get older, my tastes have evolved and I have less time to devote to games… Well, so to speak because I still play a lot but given the offer, I am forced to make choices. Often I start a game and if it’s not addictive enough, I don’t finish it… So Pokemon Legends: Arceus will rekindle this flame? For me, it’s still too early to tell but here are my first thoughts after a few hours of play… If we often compare the game to Zelda: Breath of the Wild despite the fact that it is not really an open world game but rather a game in open areas, it is clear that Nintendo’s title served as a model. It starts a bit the same way with a light and a voice that tells the hero/player not to open their eyes, but to wake up! Finally “voice” is not the right word because unfortunately, at this level, the developers did not see fit to add voices. an unfortunate choice since inevitably, it does not go in the direction of a revival and even immediately gives a dated side to the game, which is not contradicted by the realization which remains very classic nor even by the graphics… The beginning of the game is also quite winded because the developers have chosen to put almost all the information to know, the commands (etc) at the beginning of the game. This is again a difference with Nintendo’s masterpiece which makes of the tutorial a real master class (especially since we don’t realize it…)

However, once you’ve learned the controls and discovered the universe, the game finally opens its arms to us and I must admit that I got caught up in it… It’s been a long time since I had had so much fun capturing Pokémon, especially since the level design seems to have been well thought out. There are also lots of fun little details, animations or surprising interactions. It’s still too early to know if I’ll finish the game but I’m already having trouble letting go of the controller.

GGVANROM

After the semi-disappointment of Pokémon Sparkling Diamond and Sparkling Pearl concerning the lack of finish provided by ILCA to this port, I admit to having waited not without concern for this Pokémon Legends: Arceus. After the first hour of play and its prologue which seems to last an eternity, we realize with relief that it is more than just Wild Lands borrowed from Sword and Shield and that Game Freak has really done a thorough job on its game. Playing the spatio-temporal rift, we find ourselves teleported to Hisui, at a time when cohabitation with Pokémon and the creation of Poké Balls were still in their infancy.

Our mission, to travel the region to meet the requirements of Arceus, and incidentally fulfill our role within the Galaxie group as a researcher, and complete the very first Pokédex of the region Once sent to one of the large areas of the game, we find ourselves immersed in the local fauna, and what can I say except “but that’s how Pokémon should be in fact!” “. While fights between trainers are still only a vague concept, the main interest of the game here is to flush out Pokémon in their natural habitat in order to catch them, fight the most recalcitrant, and thus complete the tasks allowing to create the first Pokédex pages dedicated to them.

Everything is done with super intuitive controls, we aim and launch our empty Poké Balls to catch the docile creatures, and we switch to launch our Pokémon into battle against the more violent creatures, or on elements such as trees or stones to collect materials, essential to create Poké Ball, and healing items by following specific recipes. With the weather and a dynamic day/night cycle, the local wildlife changes and moves, reinforcing this adventure/exploration side, and this feeling of diving into the unknown, at a time when people view Pokémon with a dim view. . Don’t lie to us though, graphically and technically Pokémon Legends Arceus sometimes struggles with graphics from another era, unflattering textures, and Pokémon seeming to be animated at 5 FPS as soon as they’re a bit far away, but once immersed in the action, and taking into account the new gameplay mechanics, side quests, crafting and so many other elements that we will talk about in the full test, the graphic aspect clearly passes to the second -plan once you are aware of the evolution brought by Game Freak to its license.

After 12 hours of play, I didn’t see time flowing in the Obsidian Plains (the first region of the game), and I had to force myself several times to let go of the game and go enjoy a few well-deserved hours of sleep. . To see if this feeling will last throughout the adventure

As a reminder, Pokemon Legends: Arceus will be available from January 28, 2021 exclusively on nintendo-switch. More info with our previous news and The game press review compiling of many tests.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643488021) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(133) "Grammy-winning Salvadoran returns to his homeland to support his compatriots and strengthen a music industry | News from El Salvador" ["link"]=> string(162) "https://awardworld.net/grammys/grammy-winning-salvadoran-returns-to-his-homeland-to-support-his-compatriots-and-strengthen-a-music-industry-news-from-el-salvador/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "James Melby" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 20:13:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(98) "GrammyscompatriotsGrammywinningHomelandindustrymusicNewsreturnsSalvadorSalvadoranstrengthensupport" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13618" ["description"]=> string(852) "After standing out in the United States, Josué Pineda plans to open an administrative office, set up a record label and a professional recording studio. His goal is to help his fellow musicians. For several decades, the Grammy Awards —given by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States— have remained ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5421) "

After standing out in the United States, Josué Pineda plans to open an administrative office, set up a record label and a professional recording studio. His goal is to help his fellow musicians.

For several decades, the Grammy Awards —given by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States— have remained one of the most important achievements for any member of the highly competitive music industry.

Among those who have managed to enjoy this award there are some Salvadorans, few, but there are.
One of them is Josué Pineda, who won a Grammy in 2016 as a producer together with renowned musician and arranger Tom Brooks in the category for Best Christian Album.

Read also: From playing in bars to opening the Jarabe de Palo show in the country: 10 years of Carol Hills’ career

Several years have passed since then, but the Salvadoran has continued to work hard to stand out in the world of music.

Through a press release, the compatriot announced that he returned to El Salvador to share what he had learned, both in production and in all related areas.

The Salvadoran with English sound engineer, music producer, composer and musician Alan Parsons. Photo: courtesy Josué Pineda

“I want to join the dream of a music industry in El Salvador, sharing my knowledge as a producer and consultant,” said Pineda, who is also certified in Music Business by the Berklee College of Music.

If his plans keep up this pace, he will reinforce the work of his fellow nationals as director of PJMEDIA GROUP, a company that is already in the process of starting operations in San Salvador.

Do not miss: A docuseries and iconic shows, Jhosse Lora will celebrate 50 years of musical career in 2022

“He hopes to give his support to all Salvadoran musicians and artists in Latin America. The music industry in El Salvador will be able to count on a record label, with a media and promotion agency for artists digitally on all music platforms,” the official statement detailed.

As if this were not enough, Pineda has also dedicated time and talent to writing, not only on topics, but also in a book titled “Digital Stage”, in which he talks about his learning, experiences, topics of interest to artists. , material that will become a tool for all those who wish to strengthen their musical career.

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Pineda is a producer and consultant in the world of music, his works in English and Spanish have made him a benchmark for working with great international artists, such as Aline Barros, Alan Parsons, Marcos Vidal, Trazendo a Arca and Héctor Hermosillo, just to mention some of them. Photo: courtesy Josué Pineda

Although he continues to move from Los Angeles, United States, he is currently in the country giving seminars and consulting.

It may interest you: “Things of love”, a powerful musical collaboration between Salvadoran divas

Among his projects is the opening of an administrative office in El Salvador, including setting up a record label and a professional recording studio. All with the aim of supporting their colleagues in whatever they need.

To contact him, write to his two Instagram profiles; that of the company: @pjmediagroup and that of the record label: pjmusicrecords.

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing material

Grammy-winning Salvadoran returns to his homeland to support his compatriots and strengthen a music industry | News from El Salvador

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" } ["summary"]=> string(852) "After standing out in the United States, Josué Pineda plans to open an administrative office, set up a record label and a professional recording studio. His goal is to help his fellow musicians. For several decades, the Grammy Awards —given by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States— have remained ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5421) "

After standing out in the United States, Josué Pineda plans to open an administrative office, set up a record label and a professional recording studio. His goal is to help his fellow musicians.

For several decades, the Grammy Awards —given by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States— have remained one of the most important achievements for any member of the highly competitive music industry.

Among those who have managed to enjoy this award there are some Salvadorans, few, but there are.
One of them is Josué Pineda, who won a Grammy in 2016 as a producer together with renowned musician and arranger Tom Brooks in the category for Best Christian Album.

Read also: From playing in bars to opening the Jarabe de Palo show in the country: 10 years of Carol Hills’ career

Several years have passed since then, but the Salvadoran has continued to work hard to stand out in the world of music.

Through a press release, the compatriot announced that he returned to El Salvador to share what he had learned, both in production and in all related areas.

The Salvadoran with English sound engineer, music producer, composer and musician Alan Parsons. Photo: courtesy Josué Pineda

“I want to join the dream of a music industry in El Salvador, sharing my knowledge as a producer and consultant,” said Pineda, who is also certified in Music Business by the Berklee College of Music.

If his plans keep up this pace, he will reinforce the work of his fellow nationals as director of PJMEDIA GROUP, a company that is already in the process of starting operations in San Salvador.

Do not miss: A docuseries and iconic shows, Jhosse Lora will celebrate 50 years of musical career in 2022

“He hopes to give his support to all Salvadoran musicians and artists in Latin America. The music industry in El Salvador will be able to count on a record label, with a media and promotion agency for artists digitally on all music platforms,” the official statement detailed.

As if this were not enough, Pineda has also dedicated time and talent to writing, not only on topics, but also in a book titled “Digital Stage”, in which he talks about his learning, experiences, topics of interest to artists. , material that will become a tool for all those who wish to strengthen their musical career.

1 47
Pineda is a producer and consultant in the world of music, his works in English and Spanish have made him a benchmark for working with great international artists, such as Aline Barros, Alan Parsons, Marcos Vidal, Trazendo a Arca and Héctor Hermosillo, just to mention some of them. Photo: courtesy Josué Pineda

Although he continues to move from Los Angeles, United States, he is currently in the country giving seminars and consulting.

It may interest you: “Things of love”, a powerful musical collaboration between Salvadoran divas

Among his projects is the opening of an administrative office in El Salvador, including setting up a record label and a professional recording studio. All with the aim of supporting their colleagues in whatever they need.

To contact him, write to his two Instagram profiles; that of the company: @pjmediagroup and that of the record label: pjmusicrecords.

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing material

Grammy-winning Salvadoran returns to his homeland to support his compatriots and strengthen a music industry | News from El Salvador

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643487184) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "Tigray: 40% of the population “urgently” needs food aid" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/tigray-40-of-the-population-urgently-needs-food-aid/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 17:52:01 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "Nobel PrizeaidFoodpopulationTigrayurgently" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13615" ["description"]=> string(645) "First modification: 01/29/2022 – 18:36 Nine million citizens urgently require food assistance, a record number since the start of the conflict in the Ethiopian region of Tigray, warned a report by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). The NGOs continue to be unable to transport humanitarian aid, while the armed conflict in the area ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7313) "

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Nine million citizens urgently require food assistance, a record number since the start of the conflict in the Ethiopian region of Tigray, warned a report by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). The NGOs continue to be unable to transport humanitarian aid, while the armed conflict in the area is on the rise.

After 15 months of conflict in Tigray, northern Ethiopia, a record number of people are on the brink of famine.

According to a report by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) published on January 28, nine million people, that is, around 40% of the region’s population, suffer from extreme food shortages.

Since the middle of last December, no humanitarian aid convoy has been able to enter the area, under the intense armed conflict, because the security of UN workers and volunteers from other organizations is not guaranteed, according to the spokesman for the WFP Tomson Phiri.

The situation is such that many Tigrayans have been forced to radical measures such as drastically reducing the portions of food they consume each day.

“A new food security assessment released by the United Nations World Food Program shows that nearly 40 percent of Tigrayans suffer from extreme food shortages after 15 months of conflict,” the agency said. UN.


This situation has reversed the progress that the organization had made during the summer of 2021 when the increase in humanitarian personnel and the access allowed by the authorities to isolated areas made it possible to “keep famine at bay”.

In July 2021, the organization warned that the region was facing the worst hunger crisis in the world in the last decade, a situation that, after a small truce, is hitting hard again. And at the time, estimates put 400,000 people in famine, plus about a million and a half at risk of famine.

Tigray has a population of about 5.5 million people, but neighboring Afar and Amhara regions are also affected by the war, so experts estimate that 9 million people now need food aid.

The government spokesman, Legesse Tulu, has not commented on the recent evaluation by the United Nations. However, on January 24, he blamed the Popular Liberation Front of that region (TPLF) for using “hunger as a political tool.”

Aid could cease completely in mid-February

Faced with major blockades and difficulties in accessing the area, humanitarian workers have sought some alternatives.

The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported that all international aid groups operating in Tigray have run out of fuel, so some of its members have been delivering what aid they can by foot. .

However, “organizations working in the area have confirmed that aid operations could cease completely in mid-February,” warned OCHA spokesman Jens Laerke.


The war broke out in November 2020 and pits Ethiopian national government troops together with their allies, such as the military from neighboring Eritrea, against forces loyal to the Tigray Popular Liberation Front (TPLF), the political party that controls Tigray.

However, the tension between the two factions dates back to 2018, when the nation’s ruling coalition appointed Abiy Ahmed as prime minister, to help quell months of protests against the central government.

The new leader quickly won praise, and the Nobel Prize, for opening political spaces and curbing repressive measures in the country of some 110 million people and dozens of ethnic groups.

However, the TPLF felt increasingly marginalized and in 2019 withdrew from the ruling coalition.

In September 2020, the Tigray region voted in local elections that the federal government described as illegal and then diverted funds from the TPLF executive to local governments, further angering this political party and its armed group.

Since then, armed confrontations have escalated with serious human rights violations. In between, thousands of civilians facing violence and hunger.

With Reuters and EFE

We want to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this amazing material

Tigray: 40% of the population “urgently” needs food aid

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" } ["summary"]=> string(645) "First modification: 01/29/2022 – 18:36 Nine million citizens urgently require food assistance, a record number since the start of the conflict in the Ethiopian region of Tigray, warned a report by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). The NGOs continue to be unable to transport humanitarian aid, while the armed conflict in the area ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7313) "

First modification:

Nine million citizens urgently require food assistance, a record number since the start of the conflict in the Ethiopian region of Tigray, warned a report by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). The NGOs continue to be unable to transport humanitarian aid, while the armed conflict in the area is on the rise.

After 15 months of conflict in Tigray, northern Ethiopia, a record number of people are on the brink of famine.

According to a report by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) published on January 28, nine million people, that is, around 40% of the region’s population, suffer from extreme food shortages.

Since the middle of last December, no humanitarian aid convoy has been able to enter the area, under the intense armed conflict, because the security of UN workers and volunteers from other organizations is not guaranteed, according to the spokesman for the WFP Tomson Phiri.

The situation is such that many Tigrayans have been forced to radical measures such as drastically reducing the portions of food they consume each day.

“A new food security assessment released by the United Nations World Food Program shows that nearly 40 percent of Tigrayans suffer from extreme food shortages after 15 months of conflict,” the agency said. UN.


This situation has reversed the progress that the organization had made during the summer of 2021 when the increase in humanitarian personnel and the access allowed by the authorities to isolated areas made it possible to “keep famine at bay”.

In July 2021, the organization warned that the region was facing the worst hunger crisis in the world in the last decade, a situation that, after a small truce, is hitting hard again. And at the time, estimates put 400,000 people in famine, plus about a million and a half at risk of famine.

Tigray has a population of about 5.5 million people, but neighboring Afar and Amhara regions are also affected by the war, so experts estimate that 9 million people now need food aid.

The government spokesman, Legesse Tulu, has not commented on the recent evaluation by the United Nations. However, on January 24, he blamed the Popular Liberation Front of that region (TPLF) for using “hunger as a political tool.”

Aid could cease completely in mid-February

Faced with major blockades and difficulties in accessing the area, humanitarian workers have sought some alternatives.

The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported that all international aid groups operating in Tigray have run out of fuel, so some of its members have been delivering what aid they can by foot. .

However, “organizations working in the area have confirmed that aid operations could cease completely in mid-February,” warned OCHA spokesman Jens Laerke.


The war broke out in November 2020 and pits Ethiopian national government troops together with their allies, such as the military from neighboring Eritrea, against forces loyal to the Tigray Popular Liberation Front (TPLF), the political party that controls Tigray.

However, the tension between the two factions dates back to 2018, when the nation’s ruling coalition appointed Abiy Ahmed as prime minister, to help quell months of protests against the central government.

The new leader quickly won praise, and the Nobel Prize, for opening political spaces and curbing repressive measures in the country of some 110 million people and dozens of ethnic groups.

However, the TPLF felt increasingly marginalized and in 2019 withdrew from the ruling coalition.

In September 2020, the Tigray region voted in local elections that the federal government described as illegal and then diverted funds from the TPLF executive to local governments, further angering this political party and its armed group.

Since then, armed confrontations have escalated with serious human rights violations. In between, thousands of civilians facing violence and hunger.

With Reuters and EFE

We want to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this amazing material

Tigray: 40% of the population “urgently” needs food aid

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643478721) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(38) "Manuscript pirate arrested in New York" ["link"]=> string(77) "https://awardworld.net/pulitzer-prize/manuscript-pirate-arrested-in-new-york/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Martha Nance" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 16:23:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(42) "Pulitzer PrizearrestedmanuscriptpirateYork" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13612" ["description"]=> string(595) "(New York) It was a mystery that shook the literary world for years: the FBI arrested an employee of the American publishing house Simon & Schuster, suspected of having stolen hundreds of authors’ manuscripts before their publication , but whose motivations remain to be clarified. Updated January 7 Andrea BAMBINO France Media Agency Presented Thursday ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6220) "

(New York) It was a mystery that shook the literary world for years: the FBI arrested an employee of the American publishing house Simon & Schuster, suspected of having stolen hundreds of authors’ manuscripts before their publication , but whose motivations remain to be clarified.

Updated January 7

Andrea BAMBINO
France Media Agency

Presented Thursday in court in New York, the day after his arrest at JFK airport, Filippo Bernardini, a 29-year-old Italian, was charged with electronic fraud and aggravated identity theft, crimes punishable by 22 years in prison .

He was posted on $300,000 bail, “guarantee on his property”, and was placed under “house arrest” with “curfew”, a spokesman for the federal prosecutor told AFP. Manhattan.

Employed in London at Simon & Schuster, as a “rights coordinator”, he is suspected of having received between 2016 and 2021 “hundreds of manuscripts not yet published”, sometimes from famous authors or their representatives, in writing to them with false e-mail addresses of publishing house managers or literary agents, details the indictment issued by the American justice system.

From Millennium to Atwood

The technique was well established, the suspect changing a letter in an innocuous way in his address and taking identities known to his interlocutors to better deceive them.

For years, the publishing world has been buzzing with these usurpation attempts, sometimes failed, sometimes successful, all the more mysterious since the thefts did not seem to be followed by ransom demands or wild publications of the works.

In August 2021, the New YorkMagazine had told how the Swedish editors of the world-famous thriller series Millenium had been approached in 2017 by one of their so-called colleague in Italy, to send him a secure link giving access to the manuscript, then being translated before its release.

In 2019, Canadian writer Margaret Atwood’s literary agent revealed that the proofs of the highly anticipated sequel to The Scarlet Maid, Willshad also been targeted.

According to the indictment, which credits Bernardini with registering ‘160 fraudulent internet domains’, a Pulitzer Prize winner gave him ‘his forthcoming manuscript’, believing him to be his publisher, reports the AFP. indictment. Writers like Sally Rooney or Ian McEwan, and actor Ethan Hawke have also been approached, according to the New York Times.

What motives?

For now, the motives of Filippo Bernardini, who pleaded not guilty during his first appearance, remain unclear. If the indictment specifies that he carefully stored his loot in the same electronic box, it does not indicate what he did with the recovered works, and whether he made a financial profit from it. The act does not mention any possible complicity either.

Little information has leaked out about the suspect. According to screenshots of a LinkedIn profile that was no longer available on Friday, “Filippo B.”, “rights coordinator” at Simon & Schuster, presents himself as a Chinese language graduate at Università Cattolica (Milan) and publishing at UCL (London), a career he owes to his “obsession with writing and languages”.

The case is in any case embarrassing for the American publishing house based in New York, which counts Stephen King among its most prestigious authors.

The company announced that it had “suspended” its employee, “pending further information on the case”, saying it was “shocked and horrified” by the actions of the suspect.

“Protecting the intellectual property of our authors is of the utmost importance to Simon & Schuster and to the publishing industry as a whole,” adds the company, which thanks the FBI.

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Manuscript pirate arrested in New York

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" } ["summary"]=> string(595) "(New York) It was a mystery that shook the literary world for years: the FBI arrested an employee of the American publishing house Simon & Schuster, suspected of having stolen hundreds of authors’ manuscripts before their publication , but whose motivations remain to be clarified. Updated January 7 Andrea BAMBINO France Media Agency Presented Thursday ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6220) "

(New York) It was a mystery that shook the literary world for years: the FBI arrested an employee of the American publishing house Simon & Schuster, suspected of having stolen hundreds of authors’ manuscripts before their publication , but whose motivations remain to be clarified.

Updated January 7

Andrea BAMBINO
France Media Agency

Presented Thursday in court in New York, the day after his arrest at JFK airport, Filippo Bernardini, a 29-year-old Italian, was charged with electronic fraud and aggravated identity theft, crimes punishable by 22 years in prison .

He was posted on $300,000 bail, “guarantee on his property”, and was placed under “house arrest” with “curfew”, a spokesman for the federal prosecutor told AFP. Manhattan.

Employed in London at Simon & Schuster, as a “rights coordinator”, he is suspected of having received between 2016 and 2021 “hundreds of manuscripts not yet published”, sometimes from famous authors or their representatives, in writing to them with false e-mail addresses of publishing house managers or literary agents, details the indictment issued by the American justice system.

From Millennium to Atwood

The technique was well established, the suspect changing a letter in an innocuous way in his address and taking identities known to his interlocutors to better deceive them.

For years, the publishing world has been buzzing with these usurpation attempts, sometimes failed, sometimes successful, all the more mysterious since the thefts did not seem to be followed by ransom demands or wild publications of the works.

In August 2021, the New YorkMagazine had told how the Swedish editors of the world-famous thriller series Millenium had been approached in 2017 by one of their so-called colleague in Italy, to send him a secure link giving access to the manuscript, then being translated before its release.

In 2019, Canadian writer Margaret Atwood’s literary agent revealed that the proofs of the highly anticipated sequel to The Scarlet Maid, Willshad also been targeted.

According to the indictment, which credits Bernardini with registering ‘160 fraudulent internet domains’, a Pulitzer Prize winner gave him ‘his forthcoming manuscript’, believing him to be his publisher, reports the AFP. indictment. Writers like Sally Rooney or Ian McEwan, and actor Ethan Hawke have also been approached, according to the New York Times.

What motives?

For now, the motives of Filippo Bernardini, who pleaded not guilty during his first appearance, remain unclear. If the indictment specifies that he carefully stored his loot in the same electronic box, it does not indicate what he did with the recovered works, and whether he made a financial profit from it. The act does not mention any possible complicity either.

Little information has leaked out about the suspect. According to screenshots of a LinkedIn profile that was no longer available on Friday, “Filippo B.”, “rights coordinator” at Simon & Schuster, presents himself as a Chinese language graduate at Università Cattolica (Milan) and publishing at UCL (London), a career he owes to his “obsession with writing and languages”.

The case is in any case embarrassing for the American publishing house based in New York, which counts Stephen King among its most prestigious authors.

The company announced that it had “suspended” its employee, “pending further information on the case”, saying it was “shocked and horrified” by the actions of the suspect.

“Protecting the intellectual property of our authors is of the utmost importance to Simon & Schuster and to the publishing industry as a whole,” adds the company, which thanks the FBI.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643473382) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "Shall we remove the graphic accent? | Society | Magazine" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/shall-we-remove-the-graphic-accent-society-magazine/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 14:50:58 +0000" ["category"]=> string(45) "Nobel PrizeaccentGraphicMagazineremoveSociety" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13609" ["description"]=> string(640) "At least in adults, the graphic accent in Spanish does not seem to play an important role when we read. The Conversation January 29, 2022 – 08h22 The foundations of the Spanish language were shaken in 1997, when Gabriel Garcia Marquez asked retirement spelling, “terror of the human being from the cradle”, proposing the burial ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8836) "

At least in adults, the graphic accent in Spanish does not seem to play an important role when we read.

The Conversation

The foundations of the Spanish language were shaken in 1997, when Gabriel Garcia Marquez asked retirement spelling, “terror of the human being from the cradle”, proposing the burial of the “rock axes”, a rational criterion for “the ge and the jota” and claiming “more use of reason in the written accents, which after all nobody has to read tear Where you say tear nor will confuse stir with stir”.

Many readers will think that, although it is difficult to confuse stir Y stir, that tilde makes things a little easier for us. Or is it just an appearance?

The origin of the tilde in Spanish

To find the first texts with graphic accents in Spanish we must go back to the Middle Ages, specifically to the fifteenth century. The first known case of a Castilian accent is found in the manual Christian Doctrine (1477), in the words Justice Y fortuitous (Tobarra, 2005).

A few years later, in 1492, Antonio de Nebrija mentions for the first time the existence of the graphic accent, whose use became general during the 16th century. However, it is not until 1726, with the Proemial speech of the orthography of the Castilian language, from the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (“Real Académia Españóla” in its first minutes), which establishes a rule system about when accents should be used.

Reforms and debates

Since then, there have been several spelling reforms in Spanish, the last one in 2010. In it, following in some way the path marked out by García Márquez, graphic accents were eliminated in words with orthographic diphthongs, such as film script, in the adverb only and in demonstrative pronouns (for example, this). This latest update gave rise to numerous debates on social networks, where spelling observers demanded the return of the accent mark as a fundamental piece in our way of expressing ourselves, while others hid behind the fact that accent marks are nothing more than a sample of a orthographic classism that distinguishes people of “good education”.

But does science have anything to contribute to this debate? The accents that indicate the stressed syllable are absent in most languages ​​and, in Spanish, the new rules eliminate their obligation in some cases with some ease. Therefore, the question that concerns us is whether accents really help word recognition during reading or if, on the contrary, it is a relic of our language whose detailed rules, with many exceptions, require dozens of pages. in your explanation.

The science of accents

To examine whether the omission of the graphic accent carries a cost in reading, the linguist Schwab did an experiment in which he asked the participants to decide if the item presented to them was a Spanish word, regardless of whether they were correctly accented or not (both jail What jail they would be words; words with a diacritical accent were avoided, such as bed sheet/bed sheet). Interestingly, Schwab found no difference in recognition times for both types of words.

Cognitive science always tries to go a little further, and seeks to capture the earliest moments of the cognitive processing of written words, those of which we are not even aware. With this objective, Perea, Fernandez-Lopez, and Marcet. examined the role of accent marks in a lexical decision experiment with priming masked.

The priming Masking is a technique in which, before the target-stimulus (the one to which the participants respond), a signal-stimulus appears very briefly (for 50 milliseconds), which the reader processes without realizing it. When the signal-stimulus is identical to the target-stimulus, there is a facilitation when it comes to recognizing the latter. In this way, response times are faster than when a stimulus-signal different from the stimulus-target is presented (Figure 1). The results showed that the identification times for a word like CÁRCEL were essentially the same when it was briefly preceded by jail or jail.

Figure 1. Masked ‘Priming’.

And what happens when we read sentences with unstressed words? Marcet and Perea They found, using an eye-tracking device, that when the graphic accent of a word was omitted, the costs in reading times were minimal; although the omission of the accent induced some people to return to the word with the omitted accent, which can be explained since the omission of the tilde implies a misspelling that can attract our attention.

Shall we retire graphic accents?

In short, at least in adults, the graphic accent in Spanish does not seem to play an important role when we read. In addition, the use of accent marks implies an extra difficulty when writing that, surely, we have faced. How many people have not doubted whether demolished or distracted do they have an accent?

In any case, we must not ignore the potential facilitating role of accents as a guide for reading aloud in the first levels of language teaching, or in the case of new words (see the case of variants of COVID, such as the omicron ). Future research must examine the cost of omitting graphic accents in their prosodic function (indicating the stressed syllable) and, possibly, as García Márquez invoked, achieve a greater use of reason in Spanish orthographic norms.

After all, and closing with another Nobel Prize, Octavio Paz:

“The language belongs to everyone or to no one, and the rules that govern it are flexible rules and are subject to use (…). The language lives in perpetual change and movement: these changes ensure its continuity; and the movement, its permanence”.

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At least in adults, the graphic accent in Spanish does not seem to play an important role when we read.

The Conversation

The foundations of the Spanish language were shaken in 1997, when Gabriel Garcia Marquez asked retirement spelling, “terror of the human being from the cradle”, proposing the burial of the “rock axes”, a rational criterion for “the ge and the jota” and claiming “more use of reason in the written accents, which after all nobody has to read tear Where you say tear nor will confuse stir with stir”.

Many readers will think that, although it is difficult to confuse stir Y stir, that tilde makes things a little easier for us. Or is it just an appearance?

The origin of the tilde in Spanish

To find the first texts with graphic accents in Spanish we must go back to the Middle Ages, specifically to the fifteenth century. The first known case of a Castilian accent is found in the manual Christian Doctrine (1477), in the words Justice Y fortuitous (Tobarra, 2005).

A few years later, in 1492, Antonio de Nebrija mentions for the first time the existence of the graphic accent, whose use became general during the 16th century. However, it is not until 1726, with the Proemial speech of the orthography of the Castilian language, from the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (“Real Académia Españóla” in its first minutes), which establishes a rule system about when accents should be used.

Reforms and debates

Since then, there have been several spelling reforms in Spanish, the last one in 2010. In it, following in some way the path marked out by García Márquez, graphic accents were eliminated in words with orthographic diphthongs, such as film script, in the adverb only and in demonstrative pronouns (for example, this). This latest update gave rise to numerous debates on social networks, where spelling observers demanded the return of the accent mark as a fundamental piece in our way of expressing ourselves, while others hid behind the fact that accent marks are nothing more than a sample of a orthographic classism that distinguishes people of “good education”.

But does science have anything to contribute to this debate? The accents that indicate the stressed syllable are absent in most languages ​​and, in Spanish, the new rules eliminate their obligation in some cases with some ease. Therefore, the question that concerns us is whether accents really help word recognition during reading or if, on the contrary, it is a relic of our language whose detailed rules, with many exceptions, require dozens of pages. in your explanation.

The science of accents

To examine whether the omission of the graphic accent carries a cost in reading, the linguist Schwab did an experiment in which he asked the participants to decide if the item presented to them was a Spanish word, regardless of whether they were correctly accented or not (both jail What jail they would be words; words with a diacritical accent were avoided, such as bed sheet/bed sheet). Interestingly, Schwab found no difference in recognition times for both types of words.

Cognitive science always tries to go a little further, and seeks to capture the earliest moments of the cognitive processing of written words, those of which we are not even aware. With this objective, Perea, Fernandez-Lopez, and Marcet. examined the role of accent marks in a lexical decision experiment with priming masked.

The priming Masking is a technique in which, before the target-stimulus (the one to which the participants respond), a signal-stimulus appears very briefly (for 50 milliseconds), which the reader processes without realizing it. When the signal-stimulus is identical to the target-stimulus, there is a facilitation when it comes to recognizing the latter. In this way, response times are faster than when a stimulus-signal different from the stimulus-target is presented (Figure 1). The results showed that the identification times for a word like CÁRCEL were essentially the same when it was briefly preceded by jail or jail.

Figure 1. Masked ‘Priming’.

And what happens when we read sentences with unstressed words? Marcet and Perea They found, using an eye-tracking device, that when the graphic accent of a word was omitted, the costs in reading times were minimal; although the omission of the accent induced some people to return to the word with the omitted accent, which can be explained since the omission of the tilde implies a misspelling that can attract our attention.

Shall we retire graphic accents?

In short, at least in adults, the graphic accent in Spanish does not seem to play an important role when we read. In addition, the use of accent marks implies an extra difficulty when writing that, surely, we have faced. How many people have not doubted whether demolished or distracted do they have an accent?

In any case, we must not ignore the potential facilitating role of accents as a guide for reading aloud in the first levels of language teaching, or in the case of new words (see the case of variants of COVID, such as the omicron ). Future research must examine the cost of omitting graphic accents in their prosodic function (indicating the stressed syllable) and, possibly, as García Márquez invoked, achieve a greater use of reason in Spanish orthographic norms.

After all, and closing with another Nobel Prize, Octavio Paz:

“The language belongs to everyone or to no one, and the rules that govern it are flexible rules and are subject to use (…). The language lives in perpetual change and movement: these changes ensure its continuity; and the movement, its permanence”.

We wish to thank the writer of this post for this awesome material

Shall we remove the graphic accent? | Society | Magazine

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Sebastian Yatra.

Photo: Courtesy

Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Sebastian Yatra officially debuts his third studio album, ‘Dharma’. The 17-track, genre-transcending project features a mix of sounds led by honest lyrics.

The artist who ranks #47 on the list of most viewed artists on YouTube is building the pillars of Latin music within the music industry, through 2.3 billion combined album views ‘dharma’with releases like the smash hit “Pareja del Año,” “Chica Ideal,” and the Latin Grammy-nominated ballad “Adiós,” premiered by the talented, award-winning artist last year.

The super pop hit “Tacones Rojos” continues to test the strength of sebastian yatra to generate music that makes you feel good, maintaining its lead with a pop song in a genre dominated by reggaeton, and reaching a new milestone this week by reaching #52 on Spotify’s Global Top 100 chart, reaching + 246 million streams and growing exponentially in global streams and radio charts.

“I make music to heal all the parts of my heart”, Sebastian shares about the variety of emotions within the album, ‘Dharma’. The songs express shared life experiences mosaically through lyrics that communicate honest, and sometimes chilling, memories of emotional moments like fear and joy, sexuality and sadness; performed on rhythms that transcend gender expectations; from pop to the retro of the 80s, passing through reggaeton (“I came back”), ballads (“Tarde”), cumbia (“Amor Pasajero”) and flamenco rumba until reaching the ode developed by the creator of hits to the punk rock genre of the early 2000s, (“Las Dudas” with Aitana).

the platinum single “Runaway” with Daddy Yankee and Natti Natasha also features on the album, as well as six new singles including a fun theme with Lenny Tavarez & Mariah Angeliq, “Si Me La Haces”, and the song that baptizes the album, ‘Dharma’, which started it all, a collaboration with Rosario Flores and Jorge Celedón. This single combines vallenato and flamenco rumba with the original sound of Yatra.

Both the album and the single took inspiration from that word. “Dharma is part of life’s journey”, Sebastián Yatra writes. “It is destiny. It’s natural. It flows and is what it is meant to be. It’s about accepting reality and accepting life for what it is.” The word dharma is the opposite of the more popular concept “karma”, which Yatra defines as “what comes into your life because of the things you do”. He goes on to say, “Dharma is a gift.” The good, the bad, the happy and the sad are illustrated in music. “Even though some songs are sad and others happy,” he says, “they are all part of our existence and love.”

‘Dharma’ demonstrates the artist’s continued musical versatility across musical styles. When the singer-songwriter starts a project, he makes music from the heart and explores the sounds that touch those emotions. The artist conquers hearts through his lyricstheir collaborative visuals and their interpretive charisma, which is made more evident through their two releases that currently belong to the Billboard Top 50 Latin chart.

The talented presentation of the Colombian singer-songwriter of the theme, “Dos Orguitas” from The Walt Disney animated film, ‘Encanto’ has marked a new milestone in the artist’s career, since he made his debut within the list of Spotify Top 50 in the United States at position #45, as the only song in Spanish to be part of this list. In addition, it promises to be one of the favorite songs for the Oscar list and was also nominated for the Critics Choice Film Awards, honoring the original work of acclaimed composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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Sebastian Yatra.

Photo: Courtesy

Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Sebastian Yatra officially debuts his third studio album, ‘Dharma’. The 17-track, genre-transcending project features a mix of sounds led by honest lyrics.

The artist who ranks #47 on the list of most viewed artists on YouTube is building the pillars of Latin music within the music industry, through 2.3 billion combined album views ‘dharma’with releases like the smash hit “Pareja del Año,” “Chica Ideal,” and the Latin Grammy-nominated ballad “Adiós,” premiered by the talented, award-winning artist last year.

The super pop hit “Tacones Rojos” continues to test the strength of sebastian yatra to generate music that makes you feel good, maintaining its lead with a pop song in a genre dominated by reggaeton, and reaching a new milestone this week by reaching #52 on Spotify’s Global Top 100 chart, reaching + 246 million streams and growing exponentially in global streams and radio charts.

“I make music to heal all the parts of my heart”, Sebastian shares about the variety of emotions within the album, ‘Dharma’. The songs express shared life experiences mosaically through lyrics that communicate honest, and sometimes chilling, memories of emotional moments like fear and joy, sexuality and sadness; performed on rhythms that transcend gender expectations; from pop to the retro of the 80s, passing through reggaeton (“I came back”), ballads (“Tarde”), cumbia (“Amor Pasajero”) and flamenco rumba until reaching the ode developed by the creator of hits to the punk rock genre of the early 2000s, (“Las Dudas” with Aitana).

the platinum single “Runaway” with Daddy Yankee and Natti Natasha also features on the album, as well as six new singles including a fun theme with Lenny Tavarez & Mariah Angeliq, “Si Me La Haces”, and the song that baptizes the album, ‘Dharma’, which started it all, a collaboration with Rosario Flores and Jorge Celedón. This single combines vallenato and flamenco rumba with the original sound of Yatra.

Both the album and the single took inspiration from that word. “Dharma is part of life’s journey”, Sebastián Yatra writes. “It is destiny. It’s natural. It flows and is what it is meant to be. It’s about accepting reality and accepting life for what it is.” The word dharma is the opposite of the more popular concept “karma”, which Yatra defines as “what comes into your life because of the things you do”. He goes on to say, “Dharma is a gift.” The good, the bad, the happy and the sad are illustrated in music. “Even though some songs are sad and others happy,” he says, “they are all part of our existence and love.”

‘Dharma’ demonstrates the artist’s continued musical versatility across musical styles. When the singer-songwriter starts a project, he makes music from the heart and explores the sounds that touch those emotions. The artist conquers hearts through his lyricstheir collaborative visuals and their interpretive charisma, which is made more evident through their two releases that currently belong to the Billboard Top 50 Latin chart.

The talented presentation of the Colombian singer-songwriter of the theme, “Dos Orguitas” from The Walt Disney animated film, ‘Encanto’ has marked a new milestone in the artist’s career, since he made his debut within the list of Spotify Top 50 in the United States at position #45, as the only song in Spanish to be part of this list. In addition, it promises to be one of the favorite songs for the Oscar list and was also nominated for the Critics Choice Film Awards, honoring the original work of acclaimed composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643461571) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(62) "Top 12 des acteurs français qui sont entrés dans la légende" ["link"]=> string(93) "https://awardworld.net/palme-dor/top-12-des-acteurs-francais-qui-sont-entres-dans-la-legende/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(14) "Stephen Juarez" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 29 Jan 2022 12:07:21 +0000" ["category"]=> string(57) "Palme D’oracteursdansdesentrésfrançaislégendequisont" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=13603" ["description"]=> string(630) "Le cinéma français connait de plus en plus de succès dans le monde et certains acteurs ont su se faire une place dans l’histoire. Parmi ces légendes du cinéma, certaines restent gravées dans les mémoires. Bien sûr, il est impossible de dresser une liste exhaustive qui compare tous ces talents. Mais nous nous sommes attelés ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(32726) "

Le cinéma français connait de plus en plus de succès dans le monde et certains acteurs ont su se faire une place dans l’histoire. Parmi ces légendes du cinéma, certaines restent gravées dans les mémoires. Bien sûr, il est impossible de dresser une liste exhaustive qui compare tous ces talents. Mais nous nous sommes attelés à dénicher pour vous ces grands hommes et femmes du cinéma français. Leur parcours a été exceptionnel et leurs films nous ont souvent marqués d’une façon particulière. Voici notre sélection des meilleurs et vous en reconnaitrez surement plus d’un.

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Louis de Funès

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Louis de Funes

Cet acteur est né à Courbevoie le 31 juillet 1914 et il est décédé le 27 janvier 1983 à Nantes. De son nom complet Louis de Funès Galarza, il se fait remarquer très tôt par son comportement assez unique et accumule les échecs dans les débuts sa vie professionnelle. Il décide alors de lancer dans la carrière de comédien à l’approche de ses 30 ans. De Funès a passé ses débuts à jouer des petits rôles dans les théâtres et en 1950, il a commencé à se faire une place dans le cinéma.

Dans les années 1953, il embrasse le succès avec la célèbre pièce « Ah les bacchantes », puis en 1956, son personnage se façonne avec le film « La traversée de Paris ». Il reste dans l’histoire grâce à ses films « La soupe aux choux », « Pouic Pouic », « Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez » et « La grande Vadrouille ». Aucun cinéphile français qui se respecte n’oubliera la série des films du gendarme Cruchot.

Louis de Funès est un acteur français talentueux qui a tourné plus de 140 films. Lors de ses projections, on a enregistré plus de 270 millions de personnes venues voir ses œuvres au cinéma et plus 400 millions en France. Cette figure emblématique du cinéma français n’a cependant pas reçu assez de récompenses pour son talent.

Alain Delon

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Alain Delon

Cet acteur est étonnamment diplômé d’un CAP en charcuterie. Né en 1935, rien ne le prédisposait à une carrière dans le cinéma. Il décide de se former au métier comédien en tant qu’autodidacte après sa rencontre avec Jean Claude Brialy. La carrière d’Alain prend son envol en 1958 lorsqu’il rencontre l’amour de sa vie Romy Schneider sur le tournage d’un film. Il se fiance sur les bords du lac Lugano, mais leur histoire d’amour ne fera pas long feu et se terminera en 1963.

Il se fait connaitre dans les années 1960 dans les films « Rocco et ses frères », « Plein Soleil », « Mélodie en sous-sol ». Dans les années 1970, il tourne d’autres films à succès comme « Le cercle rouge », « Borsalino ». Delon remporte le César du Meilleur Acteur en 1985 pour sa belle prestation dans le film « Notre histoire » de Bertrand Blier.

Tous les films qu’il a eu à tourner durant sa vie ont été vus par plus de 130 millions de spectateurs au cinéma. Malgré le fait qu’une carrière à Hollywood ne lui ait pas souri, il a tout de même une renommée internationale dans les pays de l’Europe et l’Asie. Lors du Festival de Cannes en 2019, Alain Delon a reçu une palme d’honneur pour l’ensemble de sa carrière cinématographique.

Jean Gabin

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Jean Gabin

Jean Gabin né le 17 mai 1904 à Paris est connu comme une légende du cinéma français. Dans ses débuts, il était un danseur et chanteur dans les cabarets. Plus tard, il suit sa passion pour le cinéma et tourne alors son premier film en 1930 intitulé « Chacun sa chance ». Les débuts de sa carrière cinématographique sont assez tumultueux, mais grâce à Julien Duvivier qui lui donne une chance, il démontre qu’il a du talent dans les films « La belle équipe » en 1936 et « Pépé le Moko ».

En l’espace de deux années, la carrière de cet acteur prend une tournure incroyable et il tourne dans des films iconiques comme « La grande illusion », « Le Quai des brumes » avec la célèbre Michèle Morgan. En début d’année 1941, il quitte la France et s’installe aux USA parce qu’il ne souhaitait pas tourner de films pour les Allemands. Il tournera deux films dans ce pays avant de s’engager dans les forces françaises libres où il recevra une médaille militaire.

On peut dire que la carrière de Jean Gabin ne fut pas de tout repos. Il est devenu une icône du cinéma avec plus de 90 films à son actif. Il a également reçu 5 prix pour la Meilleure Interprétation Masculine ou le Meilleur Acteur. Tout au long de sa carrière, il côtoie de grands acteurs comme Jean Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Lino Ventura, et Bernard Blier. Il quitte ce monde à l’âge de 72 ans et laissant ainsi le relai à Belmondo et Delon.

Jean Paul Belmondo

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Jean Paul Belmondo

Né en 1933 en France plus précisément à Neuilly-sur-Seine, Jean Paul Belmondo passe une partie de sa jeunesse dans le 14e arrondissement de Paris. Les études n’étant pas sur la liste de ses priorités, il va devenir un passionné du sport surtout de la boxe qu’il va pratiquer en tant qu’amateur et professionnel. À l’âge de 15 ans, il décide d’arrêter les études et se lance dans les cours de théâtre et là le déclic se produit. C’est de là qu’il découvre qu’il veut devenir un comédien.

Il intègre le Conservatoire national de Paris en 1951 en tant qu’auditeur libre. Grâce à sa détermination, il réussit le concours d’entrée en 1952 et suit une formation de quatre ans durant laquelle, ses enseignants ne le laissent pas espérer une grande carrière. Cependant, il y rencontre d’autres comédiens débutants comme Bruno Cremer.

Sa carrière est réellement propulsée lorsqu’il obtient un rôle dans le film de Claude Chabrol « à double tour ». Ensuite, il enchaine en 1960 le film à succès « à bout de souffle » de Jean-Luc Godard. Il va collaborer avec les plus grands acteurs du cinéma de son époque et sera également récompensé deux fois d’une palme d’honneur au Festival de Cannes en 2011 et 2017. Son parcours est semblable à celui d’Alain Delon. En salle, il réussira à réunir plus de 130 millions de spectateurs.

Audrey Tautou

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Audrey Tautou

L’actrice Audrey Toutou se lance dans la comédie en 1995 après des études de lettres modernes. Ella a tourné dans le téléfilm « Cœur de cible » aux côtés de Francis Huster. Elle se fait vite remarquer par Tonie Marshall grâce à son naturel qui lui offre un rôle sur grand écran dans le film « Vénus beauté » où elle incarne le personnage d’une jeune esthéticienne.

Cette prestation remarquable lui a valu le César du Meilleur Espoir Féminin en 2000. Allant de succès en succès, elle tourne dans plusieurs autres films à succès comme « Voyous, voyelles » de Serge Meynard, « Libertin » de Gabriel Aghion et bien d’autres. Sa prestation dans « Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain » réalisé par Jean-Pierre Jeunet la gravera à jamais dans le cœur des Français. À la suite de ce succès, elle enchaine des films et en 2004, elle renoue avec Jeunet sur la production « Un long dimanche de fiançailles ».

Grâce à sa notoriété, elle va collaborer avec des réalisateurs d’autres pays. Elle a été nominée trois fois au César de la Meilleure Actrice. Malgré les rumeurs qui ont couru qu’elle mettait fin à sa carrière dans le cinéma, elle continue de jouer dans des films français et en 2017, elle donne la réplique à Édouard Baer dans la comédie « Ouvert la nuit », ensuite elle incarne un personnage avec Alain Chabat.

Catherine Deneuve

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Catherine Deneuve

L’actrice Catherine Deneuve est née le 22 octobre 1943 à Paris. Elle est issue d’une famille faisant partie intégrante de l’univers du cinéma avec un père directeur de doublage à Paramount et une mère comédienne. Elle a deux sœurs et c’est sous l’insistance de sa sœur Françoise qu’elle se rendra à un casting pour la première fois. En 1957, elle fait sa première apparition dans un film intitulé « Les collégiennes ».

Elle réussit à se démarquer par son talent et devient la préférée des plus grands noms du cinéma français comme François Truffaut. Deneuve joue un rôle dans les « Parapluies de Cherbourg » du réalisateur Jacques Demy en 1964 et remporte lors du Festival de Cannes une palme d’or.

Un fait marquant dans sa vie est la mort de sa sœur Françoise âgée de 25 ans avec qui elle a joué dans « Les demoiselles de Rochefort ». Sa carrière prend une autre tournure lorsqu’elle commence à être sollicitée par des réalisateurs étrangers comme Dick Richards. Grâce au film « Le dernier métro » réalisé par François Truffaut en 1980, elle obtient le César de la Meilleure Actrice en 1981 et une autre fois en 1983 pour sa performance dans « Indochine ».

Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard

Née le 30 septembre 1975, Marion Cotillard est issue d’une famille d’artistes. Son père était un comédien, un metteur en scène et un mime et il a créé une compagnie de théâtre nommée Jean-Claude Cotillard. Après ses années au lycée, la jeune Marion entre au conservatoire d’Orléans où grâce à son talent décroche en 1994 le premier prix d’art dramatique.

Dès son plus jeune âge, cette jeune actrice se fait remarquer sur les plateaux de tournage. Elle a fait quelques brèves apparitions dans des séries télévisées, mais s’est réellement fait connaitre du grand public dans le film « Taxi » réalisé par Luc Besson. Ce rôle joué à la perfection lui donne droit à une nomination aux Césars. Son interprétation dans le film de « Jolies choses » lui donne encore droit à sa seconde nomination aux Césars.

La carrière de l’actrice prend un nouveau tournant en 2003 lorsqu’elle joue le premier rôle dans le film de l’américain Tim Burton « Big fish ». Au cours de cette même année, elle apparait sur l’affiche du film « Jeux d’enfants » aux côtés de l’acteur Guillaume Canet qui deviendra son compagnon des années plus tard. Elle a tourné dans de nombreux films et remporte un César en 2004 et en 2007, un Golden Globe, un Oscar et un Bafta de la meilleure actrice.

Sophie Marceau

Sophie Marceau

La belle actrice Sophie Marceau est née le 17 novembre 1966 à Paris d’une mère présentatrice dans les grands enseignes parisiens et d’un père chauffeur. Après le divorce de ses parents, la jeune Sophie, son frère et sa mère s’installent à Gentilly. Les études n’étant pas son fort, Marceau a très envie de se confronter à la vraie vie. Elle décide donc de s’inscrire dans une agence de publicité.

Dans les années 1980, elle passe un casting pour le film du réalisateur Claude Pinoteau « La Boum » et réussit à décrocher son tout premier rôle. Grâce à ce film, elle a pu sortir de l’ombre. Alors qu’elle est juste âgée de 16 ans, elle reçoit le César du Meilleur Espoir Féminin pour le film « La boum 2 ».

En 1983, Sophie Marceau partage un plateau avec Gérard Depardieu et en 1984 c’est autour de Jean-Paul Belmondo de tourner un film avec cette jeune étoile du cinéma dans le film « Joyeuses Pâques ». En septembre de l’année 2001, elle réapparait à l’affiche du film « Tout s’est bien passé » de François Ozon.

Brigitte Bardot

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Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte est née le 28 septembre 1934 à Paris. Son père était un grand industriel et sa mère une femme au foyer. Elle a vécu son enfance dans le monde artistique en pratiquant la danse classique. En 1948, elle réussit son concours d’entrée au conservatoire de danse de Paris. Malgré son handicap à l’œil, elle se fait rapidement remarquer par la directrice du magazine « Elle » Hélène Lazareff.

À seulement 15 ans, la jeune Brigitte fait déjà la une du magazine. Son beau visage est très vite remarqué par le réalisateur Marc Allégret qui l’auditionne pour le film « Les lauriers sont coupés ». Le film ne connaitra pas le succès tant espéré.

Le film réalisé par son mari Roger Vadim « Et Dieu créa la femme » est le premier film français à se classer dans le boxoffice américain. Malheureusement, elle n’aura pas réussi à remporter des césars ou des Oscars malgré son talent hors du commun à l’écran. L’actrice jouera dans plusieurs films et fera beaucoup parler d’elle au cours de sa carrière. C’est un nom qui reste gravé dans l’esprit des cinéphiles français. Et quand on parle de Brigitte Bardot, c’est sa beauté éblouissante qui vient en premier lieu à l’esprit.

Gérard Depardieu

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Gérard Depardieu

Né le 27 décembre 1948, cet acteur français n’a pas eu une adolescence paisible. C’est lors d’un voyage à Paris qu’il découvre sa passion pour le théâtre. Il apparait pour la première fois au cinéma en 1970 dans le « Cri du cormoran le soir… » réalisé par Michel Audiard. En 1974, il attire l’attention du public dans le film « Les valseuses » où il incarne le personnage d’un gentil voyou aux côtés de Patrick Dewaere. Grâce aux différents rôles interprétés dans les films de Pialat, il obtient le prix de la Meilleure Interprétation pour le film « Police » en 1985 à Venise.

Gérard Depardieu ne s’est pas limité comme beaucoup de ses confrères au cinéma, car en plus d’être acteur et producteur, il est également viticulteur et homme d’affaires. Avec plus de 200 films à son actif, c’est l’un des acteurs les plus prolifiques du cinéma français. Son rôle dans le film « Astérix et Obélix » qui ensuite a été transformé en série est certainement l’un de ses rôles les plus populaires.

Gérard Depardieu a également tourné dans des films hollywoodiens, et il apparait sur Netflix dans la série « Marseille ». Si l’on évalue le nombre de spectateurs qu’il a attiré en salle de cinéma, il se tient derrière Louis de Funès. Il a été nominé 43 fois et récompensé 13 fois. Ce français d’origine a obtenu la nationalité russe en 2013.

Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin né en 1972 est un humoriste, scénariste, producteur, réalisateur et acteur. À la base, il est un serrurier dans l’entreprise de son père, mais ce n’est pas sa vocation. Il s’engage dans l’armée et décide de tester son talent avec des sketchs. Une fois qu’il revient s’installer à Paris, il dégote des petits rôles à gauche et à droite. Sa carrière est lancée lorsqu’il est repéré par la productrice Camus Isabelle. Elle lui offre un rôle en 1999 dans la série « Un gars, une fille » où il joue le rôle de Loulou aux côtés d’Alexandra Lamy.

La série s’arrête après 5 saisons, mais la relation entre les deux acteurs continue et ils finissent par convoler en juste noce le 25 juillet 2009. Il est vrai que Dujardin a joué dans beaucoup de films, mais son talent a réellement été découvert dans le film réalisé par Brice Nice intitulé « Le convoyeur ». Le film « The artist » est une véritable consécration dans la carrière de cet acteur qui remporte un César et un Oscar du Meilleur Acteur et 5 autres distinctions.

Ses différentes casquettes lui ont permis d’incarner différents rôles à l’échelle nationale et internationale. Il a joué dans des films américains tels que « Le loup de Wall Street » ou le film « Monuments Men ». Sa carrière continue et il ne compte pas s’arrêter de sitôt.

Emmanuelle Béart

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Emmanuelle Béart

Cette actrice est née le 16 aout 1963 en Provence et a commencé sa carrière à l’âge de 10 ans. Elle a d’ailleurs joué dans deux films « La course du lièvre à travers les champs » et « Demain les mômes ». À l’âge de 17 ans, elle s’envole pour la ville de Montréal et y reste pendant trois années et apprend l’anglais.

À l’âge de 20 ans, elle se découvre une passion pour la comédie et décide de suivre des cours d’arts dramatiques à Paris. Seulement trois mois après ses débuts, elle obtient un rôle pour le film « Les premiers désirs » de David Hamilton en 1983. Par la suite, elle enchaine avec le film « Un amour interdit » réalisé par Jean-Pierre Dougnac. Le rôle incarné dans ce long-métrage lui vaut une nomination au César du Meilleur Espoir Féminin en 1985. En 1986, elle tourne un film avec l’acteur Daniel Auteuil « Manon des sources » qui lui fait remporter le César de la Meilleure Actrice dans Un Deuxième Rôle.

Ce prix lui permet d’être plus connu du grand public et ouvre des portes pour de grands rôles dans les années 1990 comme dans le film « Un cœur en hiver, une femme française ». Elle a également participé dans une grande production hollywoodienne « Mission impossible » en 1996. Elle a reçu un prix de la part du cinéma européen pour son interprétation dans le film « 8 femmes » du réalisateur François Ozon.

En conclusion

Le cinéma français s’est fait un nom dans le monde grâce à de belles productions, mais surtout du fait du talent d’acteurs de légende. Ces hommes et femmes, aux rôles extraordinaires et aux jeux d’acteurs bluffants ont fait basculer le destin du 7e art français. Sans être exhaustifs, nous avons essayé de vous présenter une liste de quelques-uns des acteurs qui par leurs immenses carrières, ont marqué l’histoire de la cinématographie française.

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Le cinéma français connait de plus en plus de succès dans le monde et certains acteurs ont su se faire une place dans l’histoire. Parmi ces légendes du cinéma, certaines restent gravées dans les mémoires. Bien sûr, il est impossible de dresser une liste exhaustive qui compare tous ces talents. Mais nous nous sommes attelés à dénicher pour vous ces grands hommes et femmes du cinéma français. Leur parcours a été exceptionnel et leurs films nous ont souvent marqués d’une façon particulière. Voici notre sélection des meilleurs et vous en reconnaitrez surement plus d’un.

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Louis de Funès

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Louis de Funes

Cet acteur est né à Courbevoie le 31 juillet 1914 et il est décédé le 27 janvier 1983 à Nantes. De son nom complet Louis de Funès Galarza, il se fait remarquer très tôt par son comportement assez unique et accumule les échecs dans les débuts sa vie professionnelle. Il décide alors de lancer dans la carrière de comédien à l’approche de ses 30 ans. De Funès a passé ses débuts à jouer des petits rôles dans les théâtres et en 1950, il a commencé à se faire une place dans le cinéma.

Dans les années 1953, il embrasse le succès avec la célèbre pièce « Ah les bacchantes », puis en 1956, son personnage se façonne avec le film « La traversée de Paris ». Il reste dans l’histoire grâce à ses films « La soupe aux choux », « Pouic Pouic », « Le gendarme de Saint-Tropez » et « La grande Vadrouille ». Aucun cinéphile français qui se respecte n’oubliera la série des films du gendarme Cruchot.

Louis de Funès est un acteur français talentueux qui a tourné plus de 140 films. Lors de ses projections, on a enregistré plus de 270 millions de personnes venues voir ses œuvres au cinéma et plus 400 millions en France. Cette figure emblématique du cinéma français n’a cependant pas reçu assez de récompenses pour son talent.

Alain Delon

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Alain Delon

Cet acteur est étonnamment diplômé d’un CAP en charcuterie. Né en 1935, rien ne le prédisposait à une carrière dans le cinéma. Il décide de se former au métier comédien en tant qu’autodidacte après sa rencontre avec Jean Claude Brialy. La carrière d’Alain prend son envol en 1958 lorsqu’il rencontre l’amour de sa vie Romy Schneider sur le tournage d’un film. Il se fiance sur les bords du lac Lugano, mais leur histoire d’amour ne fera pas long feu et se terminera en 1963.

Il se fait connaitre dans les années 1960 dans les films « Rocco et ses frères », « Plein Soleil », « Mélodie en sous-sol ». Dans les années 1970, il tourne d’autres films à succès comme « Le cercle rouge », « Borsalino ». Delon remporte le César du Meilleur Acteur en 1985 pour sa belle prestation dans le film « Notre histoire » de Bertrand Blier.

Tous les films qu’il a eu à tourner durant sa vie ont été vus par plus de 130 millions de spectateurs au cinéma. Malgré le fait qu’une carrière à Hollywood ne lui ait pas souri, il a tout de même une renommée internationale dans les pays de l’Europe et l’Asie. Lors du Festival de Cannes en 2019, Alain Delon a reçu une palme d’honneur pour l’ensemble de sa carrière cinématographique.

Jean Gabin

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Jean Gabin

Jean Gabin né le 17 mai 1904 à Paris est connu comme une légende du cinéma français. Dans ses débuts, il était un danseur et chanteur dans les cabarets. Plus tard, il suit sa passion pour le cinéma et tourne alors son premier film en 1930 intitulé « Chacun sa chance ». Les débuts de sa carrière cinématographique sont assez tumultueux, mais grâce à Julien Duvivier qui lui donne une chance, il démontre qu’il a du talent dans les films « La belle équipe » en 1936 et « Pépé le Moko ».

En l’espace de deux années, la carrière de cet acteur prend une tournure incroyable et il tourne dans des films iconiques comme « La grande illusion », « Le Quai des brumes » avec la célèbre Michèle Morgan. En début d’année 1941, il quitte la France et s’installe aux USA parce qu’il ne souhaitait pas tourner de films pour les Allemands. Il tournera deux films dans ce pays avant de s’engager dans les forces françaises libres où il recevra une médaille militaire.

On peut dire que la carrière de Jean Gabin ne fut pas de tout repos. Il est devenu une icône du cinéma avec plus de 90 films à son actif. Il a également reçu 5 prix pour la Meilleure Interprétation Masculine ou le Meilleur Acteur. Tout au long de sa carrière, il côtoie de grands acteurs comme Jean Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Lino Ventura, et Bernard Blier. Il quitte ce monde à l’âge de 72 ans et laissant ainsi le relai à Belmondo et Delon.

Jean Paul Belmondo

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Jean Paul Belmondo

Né en 1933 en France plus précisément à Neuilly-sur-Seine, Jean Paul Belmondo passe une partie de sa jeunesse dans le 14e arrondissement de Paris. Les études n’étant pas sur la liste de ses priorités, il va devenir un passionné du sport surtout de la boxe qu’il va pratiquer en tant qu’amateur et professionnel. À l’âge de 15 ans, il décide d’arrêter les études et se lance dans les cours de théâtre et là le déclic se produit. C’est de là qu’il découvre qu’il veut devenir un comédien.

Il intègre le Conservatoire national de Paris en 1951 en tant qu’auditeur libre. Grâce à sa détermination, il réussit le concours d’entrée en 1952 et suit une formation de quatre ans durant laquelle, ses enseignants ne le laissent pas espérer une grande carrière. Cependant, il y rencontre d’autres comédiens débutants comme Bruno Cremer.

Sa carrière est réellement propulsée lorsqu’il obtient un rôle dans le film de Claude Chabrol « à double tour ». Ensuite, il enchaine en 1960 le film à succès « à bout de souffle » de Jean-Luc Godard. Il va collaborer avec les plus grands acteurs du cinéma de son époque et sera également récompensé deux fois d’une palme d’honneur au Festival de Cannes en 2011 et 2017. Son parcours est semblable à celui d’Alain Delon. En salle, il réussira à réunir plus de 130 millions de spectateurs.

Audrey Tautou

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Audrey Tautou

L’actrice Audrey Toutou se lance dans la comédie en 1995 après des études de lettres modernes. Ella a tourné dans le téléfilm « Cœur de cible » aux côtés de Francis Huster. Elle se fait vite remarquer par Tonie Marshall grâce à son naturel qui lui offre un rôle sur grand écran dans le film « Vénus beauté » où elle incarne le personnage d’une jeune esthéticienne.

Cette prestation remarquable lui a valu le César du Meilleur Espoir Féminin en 2000. Allant de succès en succès, elle tourne dans plusieurs autres films à succès comme « Voyous, voyelles » de Serge Meynard, « Libertin » de Gabriel Aghion et bien d’autres. Sa prestation dans « Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain » réalisé par Jean-Pierre Jeunet la gravera à jamais dans le cœur des Français. À la suite de ce succès, elle enchaine des films et en 2004, elle renoue avec Jeunet sur la production « Un long dimanche de fiançailles ».

Grâce à sa notoriété, elle va collaborer avec des réalisateurs d’autres pays. Elle a été nominée trois fois au César de la Meilleure Actrice. Malgré les rumeurs qui ont couru qu’elle mettait fin à sa carrière dans le cinéma, elle continue de jouer dans des films français et en 2017, elle donne la réplique à Édouard Baer dans la comédie « Ouvert la nuit », ensuite elle incarne un personnage avec Alain Chabat.

Catherine Deneuve

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Catherine Deneuve

L’actrice Catherine Deneuve est née le 22 octobre 1943 à Paris. Elle est issue d’une famille faisant partie intégrante de l’univers du cinéma avec un père directeur de doublage à Paramount et une mère comédienne. Elle a deux sœurs et c’est sous l’insistance de sa sœur Françoise qu’elle se rendra à un casting pour la première fois. En 1957, elle fait sa première apparition dans un film intitulé « Les collégiennes ».

Elle réussit à se démarquer par son talent et devient la préférée des plus grands noms du cinéma français comme François Truffaut. Deneuve joue un rôle dans les « Parapluies de Cherbourg » du réalisateur Jacques Demy en 1964 et remporte lors du Festival de Cannes une palme d’or.

Un fait marquant dans sa vie est la mort de sa sœur Françoise âgée de 25 ans avec qui elle a joué dans « Les demoiselles de Rochefort ». Sa carrière prend une autre tournure lorsqu’elle commence à être sollicitée par des réalisateurs étrangers comme Dick Richards. Grâce au film « Le dernier métro » réalisé par François Truffaut en 1980, elle obtient le César de la Meilleure Actrice en 1981 et une autre fois en 1983 pour sa performance dans « Indochine ».

Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard

Née le 30 septembre 1975, Marion Cotillard est issue d’une famille d’artistes. Son père était un comédien, un metteur en scène et un mime et il a créé une compagnie de théâtre nommée Jean-Claude Cotillard. Après ses années au lycée, la jeune Marion entre au conservatoire d’Orléans où grâce à son talent décroche en 1994 le premier prix d’art dramatique.

Dès son plus jeune âge, cette jeune actrice se fait remarquer sur les plateaux de tournage. Elle a fait quelques brèves apparitions dans des séries télévisées, mais s’est réellement fait connaitre du grand public dans le film « Taxi » réalisé par Luc Besson. Ce rôle joué à la perfection lui donne droit à une nomination aux Césars. Son interprétation dans le film de « Jolies choses » lui donne encore droit à sa seconde nomination aux Césars.

La carrière de l’actrice prend un nouveau tournant en 2003 lorsqu’elle joue le premier rôle dans le film de l’américain Tim Burton « Big fish ». Au cours de cette même année, elle apparait sur l’affiche du film « Jeux d’enfants » aux côtés de l’acteur Guillaume Canet qui deviendra son compagnon des années plus tard. Elle a tourné dans de nombreux films et remporte un César en 2004 et en 2007, un Golden Globe, un Oscar et un Bafta de la meilleure actrice.

Sophie Marceau

Sophie Marceau

La belle actrice Sophie Marceau est née le 17 novembre 1966 à Paris d’une mère présentatrice dans les grands enseignes parisiens et d’un père chauffeur. Après le divorce de ses parents, la jeune Sophie, son frère et sa mère s’installent à Gentilly. Les études n’étant pas son fort, Marceau a très envie de se confronter à la vraie vie. Elle décide donc de s’inscrire dans une agence de publicité.

Dans les années 1980, elle passe un casting pour le film du réalisateur Claude Pinoteau « La Boum » et réussit à décrocher son tout premier rôle. Grâce à ce film, elle a pu sortir de l’ombre. Alors qu’elle est juste âgée de 16 ans, elle reçoit le César du Meilleur Espoir Féminin pour le film « La boum 2 ».

En 1983, Sophie Marceau partage un plateau avec Gérard Depardieu et en 1984 c’est autour de Jean-Paul Belmondo de tourner un film avec cette jeune étoile du cinéma dans le film « Joyeuses Pâques ». En septembre de l’année 2001, elle réapparait à l’affiche du film « Tout s’est bien passé » de François Ozon.

Brigitte Bardot

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Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte est née le 28 septembre 1934 à Paris. Son père était un grand industriel et sa mère une femme au foyer. Elle a vécu son enfance dans le monde artistique en pratiquant la danse classique. En 1948, elle réussit son concours d’entrée au conservatoire de danse de Paris. Malgré son handicap à l’œil, elle se fait rapidement remarquer par la directrice du magazine « Elle » Hélène Lazareff.

À seulement 15 ans, la jeune Brigitte fait déjà la une du magazine. Son beau visage est très vite remarqué par le réalisateur Marc Allégret qui l’auditionne pour le film « Les lauriers sont coupés ». Le film ne connaitra pas le succès tant espéré.

Le film réalisé par son mari Roger Vadim « Et Dieu créa la femme » est le premier film français à se classer dans le boxoffice américain. Malheureusement, elle n’aura pas réussi à remporter des césars ou des Oscars malgré son talent hors du commun à l’écran. L’actrice jouera dans plusieurs films et fera beaucoup parler d’elle au cours de sa carrière. C’est un nom qui reste gravé dans l’esprit des cinéphiles français. Et quand on parle de Brigitte Bardot, c’est sa beauté éblouissante qui vient en premier lieu à l’esprit.

Gérard Depardieu

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Gérard Depardieu

Né le 27 décembre 1948, cet acteur français n’a pas eu une adolescence paisible. C’est lors d’un voyage à Paris qu’il découvre sa passion pour le théâtre. Il apparait pour la première fois au cinéma en 1970 dans le « Cri du cormoran le soir… » réalisé par Michel Audiard. En 1974, il attire l’attention du public dans le film « Les valseuses » où il incarne le personnage d’un gentil voyou aux côtés de Patrick Dewaere. Grâce aux différents rôles interprétés dans les films de Pialat, il obtient le prix de la Meilleure Interprétation pour le film « Police » en 1985 à Venise.

Gérard Depardieu ne s’est pas limité comme beaucoup de ses confrères au cinéma, car en plus d’être acteur et producteur, il est également viticulteur et homme d’affaires. Avec plus de 200 films à son actif, c’est l’un des acteurs les plus prolifiques du cinéma français. Son rôle dans le film « Astérix et Obélix » qui ensuite a été transformé en série est certainement l’un de ses rôles les plus populaires.

Gérard Depardieu a également tourné dans des films hollywoodiens, et il apparait sur Netflix dans la série « Marseille ». Si l’on évalue le nombre de spectateurs qu’il a attiré en salle de cinéma, il se tient derrière Louis de Funès. Il a été nominé 43 fois et récompensé 13 fois. Ce français d’origine a obtenu la nationalité russe en 2013.

Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin

Jean Dujardin né en 1972 est un humoriste, scénariste, producteur, réalisateur et acteur. À la base, il est un serrurier dans l’entreprise de son père, mais ce n’est pas sa vocation. Il s’engage dans l’armée et décide de tester son talent avec des sketchs. Une fois qu’il revient s’installer à Paris, il dégote des petits rôles à gauche et à droite. Sa carrière est lancée lorsqu’il est repéré par la productrice Camus Isabelle. Elle lui offre un rôle en 1999 dans la série « Un gars, une fille » où il joue le rôle de Loulou aux côtés d’Alexandra Lamy.

La série s’arrête après 5 saisons, mais la relation entre les deux acteurs continue et ils finissent par convoler en juste noce le 25 juillet 2009. Il est vrai que Dujardin a joué dans beaucoup de films, mais son talent a réellement été découvert dans le film réalisé par Brice Nice intitulé « Le convoyeur ». Le film « The artist » est une véritable consécration dans la carrière de cet acteur qui remporte un César et un Oscar du Meilleur Acteur et 5 autres distinctions.

Ses différentes casquettes lui ont permis d’incarner différents rôles à l’échelle nationale et internationale. Il a joué dans des films américains tels que « Le loup de Wall Street » ou le film « Monuments Men ». Sa carrière continue et il ne compte pas s’arrêter de sitôt.

Emmanuelle Béart

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Emmanuelle Béart

Cette actrice est née le 16 aout 1963 en Provence et a commencé sa carrière à l’âge de 10 ans. Elle a d’ailleurs joué dans deux films « La course du lièvre à travers les champs » et « Demain les mômes ». À l’âge de 17 ans, elle s’envole pour la ville de Montréal et y reste pendant trois années et apprend l’anglais.

À l’âge de 20 ans, elle se découvre une passion pour la comédie et décide de suivre des cours d’arts dramatiques à Paris. Seulement trois mois après ses débuts, elle obtient un rôle pour le film « Les premiers désirs » de David Hamilton en 1983. Par la suite, elle enchaine avec le film « Un amour interdit » réalisé par Jean-Pierre Dougnac. Le rôle incarné dans ce long-métrage lui vaut une nomination au César du Meilleur Espoir Féminin en 1985. En 1986, elle tourne un film avec l’acteur Daniel Auteuil « Manon des sources » qui lui fait remporter le César de la Meilleure Actrice dans Un Deuxième Rôle.

Ce prix lui permet d’être plus connu du grand public et ouvre des portes pour de grands rôles dans les années 1990 comme dans le film « Un cœur en hiver, une femme française ». Elle a également participé dans une grande production hollywoodienne « Mission impossible » en 1996. Elle a reçu un prix de la part du cinéma européen pour son interprétation dans le film « 8 femmes » du réalisateur François Ozon.

En conclusion

Le cinéma français s’est fait un nom dans le monde grâce à de belles productions, mais surtout du fait du talent d’acteurs de légende. Ces hommes et femmes, aux rôles extraordinaires et aux jeux d’acteurs bluffants ont fait basculer le destin du 7e art français. Sans être exhaustifs, nous avons essayé de vous présenter une liste de quelques-uns des acteurs qui par leurs immenses carrières, ont marqué l’histoire de la cinématographie française.

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The death of Diego Verdaguer took the world by surprise, the Argentine singer, nationalized Mexican, died last Thursday, in Los Angeles, California -although the news transpired until Friday morning-, at the age of 70 due to complications from COVID- 19 that he contracted in December. The news was announced by his daughter Ana Victoria through the social networks of the interpreter of “I will return”.

The singer had many projects on the horizon, among which highlights the tour that he would start together with his wife, also an interpreter Amanda Miguel, next February 3.

The series of concerts would be called “Toda una vida Tour 2022”, same that already had a planned agenda with 18 presentations in the United States. The tour would kick off with a show in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The itinerary continued, until the first part concluded in Texas on May 1. For the second half of the year the plan was to reach Mexico. The performers already had their agenda set for this tour. So far the organizers have not said what will happen with the tour.

as a producer

Another project that remained unfinished was the album that Diego was producing for Julián Figueroason of the singer-songwriter who died in 2015 Joan Sebastian. This information was released yesterday by the actress and singer, Maribel Guardia, Julián’s mother. She explained that the album would be made up of compositions by Julián and only they needed a song to record, so he hopes that the material can be released.

To the previous truncated plans adds the intention I had Verdaguer for releasing the third part of the musical album: “Mexicano to the pampas”.

2010 was the year he released, for the first time, an album in which Diego ventured into the ranchero genre. For 2014, he launched the second part of this project, and this year he planned to start planning the third installment.

The album “Mexicano hasta las pampas” was produced by Joan Sebastian and received a Platinum Record for more than 120 thousand copies sold in Mexico and the United States. In addition, it received two Latin Grammy nominations in the categories Best Ranchera Music Album and Best Regional Mexican Song.

Finally, last January 5, Diego Verdaguer He published a video with Los Auténticos Decadentes on his social networks, where, without giving great details, he announced that they had started a project together.

Diego Verdaguer in private

With the name of Miguel Atilio Boccadoro Hernández, son of Miguel Ángel Boccadoro Verdaguer and Elodia María Hernández Pérez, the singer was born on April 26, 1951, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His artistic career began when he was 17 years old with the artistic pseudonym of Diego Verdaguer. The single with which she became known was “Lejos del amor”.

Icon in Mexican lands, throughout his career he made hits like “Pídeme”, “Pájaro que ate, voló”, among others. He married the Argentine artist Amanda Miguel, with whom he shared stages and wrote popular songs like “La Ladrona” and “El me mintió”.

Since 1980 he lived in Mexico, the country to which he dedicated his album “Mexicano to the Pampas”, nominated for two Latin Grammys, and its sequel, “Mexicano hasta las Pampas 2″, as well as the live album “Mexicanísimos”, of which he also released two volumes.

“I can tell you, I am more Mexican than anything. I love Mexico, I love what Mexico has meant in my life, I love the opportunities that Mexico has given me,” the artist said in an interview in 2019. Verdaguer met Amanda Miguel when she was 18 and he was 24. Their daughter Ana Victoria, who is also a singer, was born in 1983.

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The death of Diego Verdaguer took the world by surprise, the Argentine singer, nationalized Mexican, died last Thursday, in Los Angeles, California -although the news transpired until Friday morning-, at the age of 70 due to complications from COVID- 19 that he contracted in December. The news was announced by his daughter Ana Victoria through the social networks of the interpreter of “I will return”.

The singer had many projects on the horizon, among which highlights the tour that he would start together with his wife, also an interpreter Amanda Miguel, next February 3.

The series of concerts would be called “Toda una vida Tour 2022”, same that already had a planned agenda with 18 presentations in the United States. The tour would kick off with a show in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The itinerary continued, until the first part concluded in Texas on May 1. For the second half of the year the plan was to reach Mexico. The performers already had their agenda set for this tour. So far the organizers have not said what will happen with the tour.

as a producer

Another project that remained unfinished was the album that Diego was producing for Julián Figueroason of the singer-songwriter who died in 2015 Joan Sebastian. This information was released yesterday by the actress and singer, Maribel Guardia, Julián’s mother. She explained that the album would be made up of compositions by Julián and only they needed a song to record, so he hopes that the material can be released.

To the previous truncated plans adds the intention I had Verdaguer for releasing the third part of the musical album: “Mexicano to the pampas”.

2010 was the year he released, for the first time, an album in which Diego ventured into the ranchero genre. For 2014, he launched the second part of this project, and this year he planned to start planning the third installment.

The album “Mexicano hasta las pampas” was produced by Joan Sebastian and received a Platinum Record for more than 120 thousand copies sold in Mexico and the United States. In addition, it received two Latin Grammy nominations in the categories Best Ranchera Music Album and Best Regional Mexican Song.

Finally, last January 5, Diego Verdaguer He published a video with Los Auténticos Decadentes on his social networks, where, without giving great details, he announced that they had started a project together.

Diego Verdaguer in private

With the name of Miguel Atilio Boccadoro Hernández, son of Miguel Ángel Boccadoro Verdaguer and Elodia María Hernández Pérez, the singer was born on April 26, 1951, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His artistic career began when he was 17 years old with the artistic pseudonym of Diego Verdaguer. The single with which she became known was “Lejos del amor”.

Icon in Mexican lands, throughout his career he made hits like “Pídeme”, “Pájaro que ate, voló”, among others. He married the Argentine artist Amanda Miguel, with whom he shared stages and wrote popular songs like “La Ladrona” and “El me mintió”.

Since 1980 he lived in Mexico, the country to which he dedicated his album “Mexicano to the Pampas”, nominated for two Latin Grammys, and its sequel, “Mexicano hasta las Pampas 2″, as well as the live album “Mexicanísimos”, of which he also released two volumes.

“I can tell you, I am more Mexican than anything. I love Mexico, I love what Mexico has meant in my life, I love the opportunities that Mexico has given me,” the artist said in an interview in 2019. Verdaguer met Amanda Miguel when she was 18 and he was 24. Their daughter Ana Victoria, who is also a singer, was born in 1983.

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