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Series and movies of your week. This week, I chose to speak to you about thriller and poetry in movies. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
Series and movies of your week. This week, I chose to speak to you about connection. Sometimes the ties  we create take control of ourselves... On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.
Josep, by Aurel, screenplay Jean-Louis Milesi, Josep Bartoli's  story of drawing to survive. Audiovisual creation today is of an unprecedented richness. In addition to movies and series, we are witnessing the emergence of a generation of young, free and committed creators in animation movies. Aurel, a press cartoonist, did  his first animated feature film with Josep. If you only have to see one film this year, it has to be this one.  
This week, I chose to speak to you about Ondine movie and  All Together Now, on love, another person's love and other people's love. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
Que Sea Ley is a documentary directed by Juan Solanas. It tackles the ban on abortion in this country that is believed to be so modern. Moving testimonies punctuate Que Sea Ley a film that pays tribute to all those women deprived of their freedom.
This week, there were a lot of new series, well done but terrifying (Ratched, All about the Devil...). I chose to tell you about two documentaries about courage and one fiction, a thrilling series currently on Arte, No Man's Land.  
Movies, series and identity. This week, the main subject is identity. Who are we ? What are we made of ? On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of the national and international audiovisual news. This week, many events have taken place in the audiovisual world:
  • The death of Diana Rigg and many tributes to the actress.
  • Jude Law triumphed at the American Film Festival of Deauville in The Nest, directed by Sean Durkin, a remake of the American film The Nest (Il Nido) already directed in 2019 by de Roberto De Feo.
  • Nomadland, directed by Chloé Zhao, won the Golden Lion at La Mostra in Venice.
  • The trailer of Woody Allen's next film, Rifskin's Festival has finally been released as well as the trailer of Dune, Denis Villeneuve's new adaptation.
  • Long way up, a documentary broadcast on Apple TV from September 18, created and produced by Ewan Mc Gregor.
  • A new trailer for season 3 of the series Les Shtisel.
  • The Alice Guy Prize was awarded to director Mounia Meddour for her film Papicha, in the attending of Marianne Slot, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Julie Gayet, Jordan Mintzer, Emmanuel Denizot.
Many films are coming out in cinemas, new series on your platforms. So here are the new movies in theaters, films to see in your movie theaters, new series, the best of your TV programs and all the news from the festivals.    
This week, the subject is racism. One movie and two series tackle racism in their own way. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of the national and international audiovisual news. This week, many events have taken place in the audiovisual world: Many films are coming out in cinemas, new series on your platforms and new ways for movie theaters to fight against Covid 19. So here are the new movies in theaters, films to see in your movie theaters, new series, the best of your TV programs and all the news from the festivals.    
Movies and series, what's new ? On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of the national and international audiovisual news. This week, many events have taken place in the audiovisual world. Today begins The Mostra of Venice, with Cate Blanchett as President of the Jury,  with its selection of films, one of the most beautiful film festivals in the world, one of the reason is the beauty of the city that hosts it.
  • The death of Chadwick Boseman has shaken the world's cinema.
  • The first episodes of certain series, as well as certain films, are available without the user having to create an account on NETFLIX. 
  • MK2: Mk2 cinemas will host MK2 Institute in partnership with France Culture, dedicated to conferences on the history of cinema, the history of art, meetings with great writers including the immense Erri de Luca to begin with, cycles of cult films, animation and short films. All the program here
  • Masks are mandatory in theaters for the duration of the films. Let's hope that this will not slow down viewers, who, except for Tenet (more than 800,000 admissions in France in less than a week), have trouble getting back to the theaters.
Many films are coming out in cinemas, new series on your platforms and new ways for movie theaters to fight against Covid 19. So here are the new movies in theaters, films to see in your movie theaters, new series, the best of your TV programs and all the news from the festivals.  
Tenet and what to stream in September... Today Tenet is coming out, and is expected to improve the outlook of movie theaters. But other movies are coming out that we need to talk about, and many festivals and movie events are scheduled for September. Every Wednesday, on the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I choose for you the best of national and international audiovisual news. Here are the latest news in cinema, series to bingewatch, films on television and on your platforms and news about the festivals.  
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