The Spectator's Moment: Maria Clara Villa-Lobos


Allers-Retours (excerpt)

In Le Havre, where the population is half-composed of immigrants, Cécile Raynal-Diarra's african dance workshop witnesses the attraction of cultural exchanges through the experimentation of motion.

En espérant l'eclipse

Author : Robbe, Hervé

The Vile Parody of Address


The Gold Rush

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The Roll dance is the most famous scene of the film. Chaplin, alone, waiting for his guests, dreams of a bread rolls dance.