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Adele - Rolling In The Deep  



Naomi - Dragon Tree
Ever felt that life is a long and steep road, a neverending fist fight against an invincible opponent, a romance against all odds? Well, so does the hero in the video for Dragon Tree, the brilliantly catchy new single by Berlin synth-pop outfit NAOMI. No, make that two heroes - Bernd Lechler and Nico Tobias have a habit of doing everything together, so for the first time in pop video history all members of a band are taking turns playing the main character. And what a day the guy has to survive, involving getting fired, beaten, wet, lost, and knocked out. And when he attempts to regain his pride by trying to get drunk, stoned and laid (in no particular order) at night, the results are mixed, if foreseeable. Quite unlike the place he comes to in the morning, which is higher than he thought he might get. At least he's not alone. Or is he? It's never been easy to climb the Dragon Tree.




Imelda May - Mayhem
"I'm over the moon with how Mayhem has turned out - I hope people enjoy it. I feel I've made the album I wanted that reflects the spectrum of all my influences from music past but is a record firmly in the here & now".




Be Steady
This is the first single from The Grand Opening's new album "In The Midst Of Your Drama", released on November 5th 2010. The video is directed by Ola Fredholm.




Harrys Gym - Old Man
Sometimes sugary powder, sometimes psychedelic, always beautiful floating: Harry's Gym in Norway know what they want to do with the pop can do. The pop that Harry's Gym on "What Was Ours Can not Be Yours" produced expected, ever more elaborate as kitschy, and when Anne Lise Frøkedal with her gossamer voice a little psychedelic wave starts to move, they float rather than to at some point but threateningly to roll over.




Keren Ann - My name is trouble  




Moriarty - Isabella
Isabella, extrait du nouvel album de Moriarty "The Missing Room" Clip réalisé par Fred Poulet




Chinawoman - Lovers are Strangers

russian jewish party girl - restaurant-nostalgia




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Comment by Eva on May 15, 2011 at 7:07pm




AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL from Digital District™ VFX Post-Pro on Vimeo.

death penalty ....


Comment by Béatrice LATEUR LACROIX on March 26, 2011 at 12:42pm

Really great song and singers !

Let's our hearts sing !

Comment by Eva on March 25, 2011 at 9:59pm

Freddie Mercury and Monserrat Caballe - How Can I Go On Live

Now the wind has lost my sail
Now the scent has left my trail
Who will find me
Take care and side with me
Guide me back
...Safely to my home
Where I belong
Once more

Where is my star in heaven's bough
Where is my strength I need it now
Who can save me
Lead me to my destiny
Guide me back
Safely to my home
Where I belong
Once more

Who will find me
Take care and side with me
Guide me back
Safely to my home
Where I belong
Once more

When all the salt is taken from the sea
I stand dethroned
I'm naked and I bleed
But when your finger points so savegely
Is anybody there to believe in me
To hear my plea and take care of me?

How can I go on
From day to day
Who can make me strong in every way
Where can I be safe
Where can I belong
In this great big world of sadness
How can I forget
Those beautiful dreams that we shared
They're lost and they're nowhere to be found
How can I go on?

Sometimes I start to tremble in the dark
I cannot see
When people frighten me
I try to hide myself so far from the crowd
Is anybody there to comfort me
Precious Lord hear my plea - yeah
Lord ... take care of me

How can I go on (how can I go on)
From day to day (from day to day)
Who can make me strong (who can make me strong)
In every way (in every way)
Where can I be safe (where can I be safe)
Where can I belong (where can I beelong)
In this great big world (in this great big world of sadness)
How can I forget (how can I forget)
Those beautiful dreams that we shared (those beautiful dreams that we shared)
They're lost and nowhere to be found
How can I go on?

How can I go on
How can I go on go on go on go on yeah yeah yeah

Comment by Eva on March 6, 2011 at 8:46pm

The Accordion


The Accordion
(Iran, 2010, 8mn)
Directed by Jafar Panahi
Photography: Ebrahim Ghafouri
Editor: Jafar Panahi
Starring: Kambis Bahrami Bahrami Khadije
Author: Jafar Panahi
Production: Art For The World
Producer: Jafar Panahi
Sound: Nezam-e-din Kiaee

In December 2010, Panahi has been to six years in prison and 20 years' ban convicted for alleged "propaganda. "


Comment by Eva on March 2, 2011 at 7:28pm

PJ Harvey - Let England Shake



Gloomy prophetess


The new album by PJ Harvey


She sings about England's past battles to the war in Afghanistan today. Of body parts hanging in trees, is the question. PJ Harvey brings her home with her new album "Let England Shake" a very poisoned serenade.


"Our most governments do not act so often as we would like it," says PJ Harvey. "Sometimes yes, but often not. So we struggle but all with conflicting feelings of things that our country would have done in our name or not. Shame and pride, hope, coupled with incredible hatred and terrible disappointment." This frustration has turned into PJ Harvey songs. But there are no protest songs, rather than a political pamphlet rather a gruesome inventory. With surprisingly pleasing, catchy melodies.

Exhibitionistic soul Striptease

"The words that lead to murder," says the cheerful refrain - but sing along, just with murder and manslaughter? "I sing the extra with such a voice that the audience should facilitate access," said PJ Harvey. "If I had sung these serious texts even with a shrill, dogmatic voice, the words would just fizzled out." Shrill and emotional - that's actually one Polly Jean Harvey. More than 20 years, it has begun. Blues and psycho-Rock was called back then. Exhibitionistic soul striptease, despair and desire in a voice between whispers and screams. That was PJ Harvey have to say that again, does not repeat the 41-year-old likes.

"Some lyrics I wrote when I was 18, I can not really convey credibility," says the singer. "And I'm not the type to cheat artists of those songs could not simply repeat with conviction. I had the feeling the people." Today, she sings so dear about their country and death. She had long wanted to make, she says, but only now married. Composed, it has almost everything on the autoharp, a zither-like traditional instrument.

Popular music - inconvenient truth is,

strictly speaking, even their whole album a kind of contemporary folk music. "Folk music was a way in all countries to disseminate news," says PJ Harvey. "She has developed long before the media such as newspaper or the like. So the people have exchanged via songs and stories. I tried to look at me the structure and form and to consider how one would do that today." This is PJ Harvey actually succeeded. With the spread of popular music inconvenient truths. "The West's Asleep," she sings, "Let England shake."


Comment by Béatrice LATEUR LACROIX on February 27, 2011 at 1:05pm

Comment by Eva on February 27, 2011 at 12:10am

PINA - Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost

PINA - Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost - International Trailer

PINA premieres in the official selection of the 61st Berlin International Film Festival (out of competition) on 13th of February.

PINA is a film for Pina Bausch by Wim Wenders. The feature-length dance film was shot in 3D with the ensemble of the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch and shows the exhilarating and inimitable art of the great German choreographer who died in the summer of 2009, inviting the viewer on a sensual, visually stunning journey of discovery into a new dimension: right onto the stage of the legendary ensemble and together with the dancers beyond the theater, into the city and the surrounding industrial landscape of Wuppertal – the place that was the home and center of Pina Bausch's creative life for more than 35 years.

PINA - Dance dance, or we are lost - Wim Wenders - 3D - Berlinale


Wim Wenders on Pina Bausch

Inventor of a new art

Swept "No, no tornado was there on the stage.
There were ... People arisen which otherwise moving,
I knew that, and my mind moving,
than I ever was to happen.
After just a few moments I had a lump in my throat,
and after a few minutes disbelief I
Just my feelings out and left unrestrained geflennt straight on.
(habe ich
einfach meinen Gefühlen freien Lauf gelassen und hemmungslos drauflos geflennt.) This was never happened to me before ...
In life, already, sometimes also in the cinema,
but not if you're watching a rehearsed production,
let alone a choreography.
This was not theater, not pantomime, ballet, and not least of all opera.
Pina, as you know
the inventor (not only in Germany) a new art. "




I was touched movement as such never before.
I have always assumed as a given.
It just moves. Everything moves.
Only by Pinas dance theater I have to movements, gestures, postures,
Gestures, body language, have learned to respect. And learned first-respect that fact.
And every single time when I have seen over the years Pinas pieces
many once again,
I have often thunderstruck,
the simplest and most natural as the new movement in general
see learned.
What a treasure our bodies is inherent to communicate without words,
and how many stories can be told without a sentence being said.


Wim and Donata Wenders at the premiere of PINA on Sunday, Feb 13 at the Berlinale Palast in Berlin. Sitting on Wim's left is Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel.


Comment by Eva on February 19, 2011 at 2:38am




Ballet by Ben Van Cauwenbergh
Music by Georges Bizet, Wolfgang Rihm / Maurice Ravel
Choreography Ben Van Cauwenbergh
Conductor Volker Perplies
Stage and screen design Dmitrij Simkin
Costumes Jerome Kaplan
Interactive video installations Frieder Weiss
Premiere 12th February 2011


Ben Van Cauwenbergh focuses its elegant neo-classical and expressive of contemporary dance influenced version of the protagonists of the event: The soldier José falls in love with the Andalusian. When Carmen Jose the bullfighter Escamillo in favor of leaving the drama takes its course: José stabs his beloved. But that is in this ballet, the story does not end: To the sounds of Wolfgang Rihm's orchestral piece "Reading the Scriptures" are undergoing a funeral ceremony. As in a film running backwards, José reappears and pulls out the murder weapon from Carmen. To the rhythms of "Bolero" she slowly awakens to life and is finally removed from all worldly constraints.


Comment by Eva on February 19, 2011 at 1:18am

Iris Berben reads the story of the Hardelot family "by Irène Némirovsky.


Vivid portrait of manners
Irène Némirovskys "The family Hardelot"
Since 1996, every year seems a posthumous work of Irène Némirovsky. The work of the French author, was rediscovered 60 years after her death. The Jewish woman died in Auschwitz in 1942. Her novel "The family Hardelot" is a rare literary evidence of a lost time. "It was an autumn evening on the shores of the Channel, waiting for the beginning of this century. Pierre and Agnès, the parents of both, and Pierre's fiancee at the last fireworks of the season. All around it was blowing the moist sea air. Deep peace was above them, above the sea and across the world. "
(Irène Némirovsky: "The family Hardelot"

At that time the world is still in order. Provided one is Frenchman, believes in the Grande Nation, and belongs to the upper middle class. As the family Hardelot, which has is. Of course, for generations owned a paper mill and tradition at a price. Thus, personal interests must be subordinated to prosperity.

"Agnes and he had no hope. So little hope that they had each been not even their love. Simone, Pierre's fiancée, sat between Agnes and him. He turned away to the bright stripes of her belt and her heavy milk-white arms . It was strange not to see. He had often seen with pleasure their fresh, fat meat, her soft, plump waist, her red hair, but for some time it was him in the stomach like a too floury, sweet justice. "
(Irène Némirovskys: "The family Hardelot)

Dawn of a new Ära that Pierre is finally decides on a marriage of love not only means a break with the despotic grandfather. It also marks the dawn of a new era in which device the world order of Hardelot forever out of control. It is the time, celebrating the Irène Némirovsky first literary success. The French Jew of Russian origin has that distant expert's eye, which allows her to see through the bourgeois to the core.

Irène Némirovsky must have guessed that would be a society whose main motto is to preserve the form, collaborating with the Nazis. What does it mean for a Jew, she knew only too well. She escaped her fate anyway. In 1942, she died in Auschwitz. Her books have been discovered until many years later. Against this background gets her biographical novel is a foreboding clairvoyance.

Yet they lived in the past one was great food, and some uncles in a black frock coat cut the pheasant and the truffled foie gras and conjured up the horrors of future wars: "A sudden invasion, one day early in the morning, bombed airports. .. on the highways bombarded civilians. " The women nodded and murmured: 'Terrible, horrible ...', while thinking,' How annoying, I should wear my pink dress ...'"
(Irène Némirovskys: "The family Hardelot)


Irene Nemirovsky


 Irène Némirovsky
gelesen von Iris Berben
"Die Familie Hardelot"
Random House Audio 2010
ISBN-13: 978-3837107029


Comment by Béatrice LATEUR LACROIX on February 5, 2011 at 1:15pm

Peace is the only way to become who we really are ad to give birth to a "human" humanity


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