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May 14, 2021, 12:08 PM
Historian Dominique Vidal on 2021 Israel–Palestine crisis: ‘All That… for This?!’
Dominique Vidal, journalist for the Le Monde diplomatique and historian, author of numerous books on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, published with Leïla Shahid, former general delegate of Palestine in France and Michel Warschawski, Suburbs, Middle-East and us, prefaced by Isabelle...
Apr 28, 2021, 6:22 PM
Lucie Fouble, of 2021 Academy Award winner, Colette, reveals dark side of space race
Seventeen-year-old Lucie Fouble is the sensation of the Oscar award-winning documentary, Colette, which follows 93-year-old former resistance fighter, Colette Marin Catherine, to the concentration camp Nordhausen-Dora, where her brother Jean-Pierre was assassinated. Nordhausen-Dora, a dependency of the Buchenwald camp,...
Nov 2, 2020, 11:39 PM
‘If I were Dr. Fauci, and Trump fired me, I’d wear it as a badge of honor’
Could you share with us us your opinion on the upcoming American election ? This is an unusual election because one of the candidates, President Trump, has made clear that he won’t accept the election results if he does...
Dec 23, 2019, 10:00 PM
Three runaways for a mourning at the Western Wall
First runaway: In front of the Holy Sepulcher, the first ray of sunshine of the day appears after a biblical storm, in the old city of Jerusalem. Natascha tells me she’s already seen the tumb of Jesus Christ which...
Nov 6, 2019, 6:16 PM
Dialogue with Rodney Ascher
Rodney Ascher directed the documentary, Room 237 (2012), about the different interpretations of The Shining (1980), by Stanley Kubrick. The Joker’s masks appeared during demonstrations worldwide, reminding Salvador Dali’s from La Casa de Papel or Guy Fawkes’s, from V for Vendetta, but few...
Sep 19, 2019, 5:49 AM
Dialogue with Alexandra Fleischmann
Dr. Alexandra Fleischmann, is a scientist from the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at World Health Organization (WHO), specialized in suicide prevention strategy. In 2012, 800 000 people die by suicide every year. It’s more than e.g., malaria,...
Mar 16, 2019, 4:27 PM
Dialogue with Larry Shaw
Los Angeles psychotherapist working with adults traumatized as children, Phd in the use of imagery for the self-management of pain associated with ulcerative colitis and former Antioch university teacher, Larry Shaw was mentioned in Dan Reed's 2019 HBO's documentary,...
Aug 6, 2018, 10:34 AM
Dialogue with Christopher Bollen
New York City journalist, born in Cincinnati, Christopher Bollen (V Magazine, Interview, New York Times) published The Destroyers, in 2017. Could you tell us about your studies at Columbia University? I was an undergraduate at Columbia, where I studied English and...
Jul 6, 2018, 11:15 PM
Dialogue with Diego Fusaro
As a marxian philosopher, were you influenced by Costanzo Preve, Louis Althusser or more recently Slavoj Zizek ? I am a scholar of Costanzo Preve who was my professor in Turin where I was born. And I think that he is the most important marxist in the last...
Jun 28, 2018, 7:17 PM
Dialogue with Ronald Beiner
How did Heidegger influenced the american philosophers Leo Strauss and Hannah Arendt ? Did they influence the Alt right ? Arendt was a pupil of Heidegger's; Strauss wasn't (though he attended some Heidegger seminars and lectures). Neither has anything to do with the contemporary far...
Alexandre Gilbert is the director of the Chappe gallery since 2005. He lives and works in Paris.