Summary of Premiere n°536: Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Glass Onion, Karin Viard, Bill Nighy, Denis Ménochet…
The January 2023 issue is already available on newsstands.
Margot Robbie, brad pitt and Diego Calva are on the cover of the new issue of First to babylonof Damien Chazelle. The director of La La Land recounts, for 3 hours, the origins of Hollywood. The editorial staff offers you an exclusive meeting with the team, for this extraordinary project which will be released in cinemas on January 18. In addition to this complete file, focus on Glass Onionthe continuation ofAt daggers drawnstill made by Rian Johnson and carried by Daniel Craig, which should be one of the boxes of this end of the year on Netflix. Speaking of which, it’s time to take stock of 2022, including our top 10 best films, but also a focus on the events that marked this film year (Tom Cruise superstar, Jibaro best animated shock, the discomfort after the slap of Will Smith, the miraculous exit of The Mom and the Whorethe return of Bob Iger to the head of the Disney studios…).
First also offers you a portrait of Denis Menochet : great in As Bestashe will return with a powerful new composition in The survivors. Bill Nighy looks back for us on his career, on the occasion of the upcoming release of To liveas Karin Viard, Lucile Hadzihalilovic and Darren Starmet respectively to talk about the Alpe d’Huez Festival 2022 (of which Viard will be the president), of the film Earwig and series Emily in Paris, of which season 3 is coming. As for the classic of the month, the editorial staff has selected A ticket for two.
What films are you going to see at the cinema in the coming days/weeks? In addition to all those mentioned above, First also advise you The Banshees of Inisherin, The Eight Mountains, Skirmishers and Avatar: The Waterway ; as well as White Noise, Bodysuits bodysuits bodysuits Where Sr., Robert Downey Jr.’s documentary about his father, streaming. On the series side, The Offer, In place or Peacemaker are in the spotlight.
Premiere No. 536 can be found today in bookstores, as well as on our online kiosk.
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Damien Chazelle, Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt tell Babylon in the new issue of Premiere
Here is the editorial of this n°236:
This was at the heart of all our discussions at the beginning of December. On the internet, but also within the editorial staff. The British Institute Review List Sight and Sound of the 100 best films in the history of cinema had just been published and, to everyone’s surprise, a very select assembly had put Chantal Akerman’s film, Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Brussels, in the lead. Whatever one thinks of this result – we’ll talk about it in these pages – we’ll remind you here that it’s one of the cinephile’s passions: making tops, as derisory as they are amusing and necessary. These lists are always a little vain because it is all the same absurd to want to compare totally incomparable things – one classifies works so different that the result is by nature arbitrary. But it’s also a fun exercise because it’s very revealing: drawing up lists says as much about the image you want to give of yourself as it does about your idea of cinema at a given moment. A top is a moving self-portrait made through his bedside films… Finally, these lists are necessary because they define us, but above all sharpen our curiosity and push us to open our horizons, to reassess our tastes and to compare with those of others. That’s good: while we were still discussing the Sight and Sound list, we had to respect tradition. You will therefore find our top of 2022 at the end of our review of the year. With the tops of the year comes the time for wishes: the entire editorial team therefore joins me in wishing you a very happy new year 2023.
Gaël Golhen, editor-in-chief.
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