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tv   Arts and Culture  Deutsche Welle  July 11, 2019 8:45pm-9:01pm CEST

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mark with his bio degradable paintings that impacts the viewer not the planet. and her beats have got the electronic music capital berlin for robbing lebanese d.j. nordic job it talks about the healing power of techno. but 1st disney's film production chief calls it a new form of filmmaking somewhere between c.g.i. and the live action but new lion king comes 25 years after the original cartoon became an instant classic and that's long enough for disney to feel that it's time for an upgrade the new movie had cinemas next week it tells the exact same story with a very new look and with voices of stars including beyonce seth rogen and donald glover also known as rapper childish gambino here's a little peek. simberg rules again the lion king is back on the big screen but some of the old heads recoated for this new digital computer
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animated the. old the enemy moves at more real than ever. all of our old friends oh but. oh no it's a little that is not a live loving project i want that it's not a line it's a furry bird it looks aren't right let me see what we're dealing with here. but for your life. fans were out in force a little centuries premiere and the stars could be seen as well as heads that lead to rosa spoken by musicians to cover a symbol and are beefing up a on site as not. to take place keep the right to join 5 group was understandably excited i felt very positive about the story and there were so many visual effects in it it really took
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a whole 3 years to get this film finished so i'm sort of realizing as i'm coming here that this is the 1st time i see it audience so that's a bit overwhelming. the remake remains faithful to the original $994.00 cartoon classic. hunches kill his father the king little symbol scapes he returns and i know i am to claim the frozen as his birthright the story is familiar but the new movie does have a few surprises install. just amazing how real those animals work for more on this i've got my colleague mike mccurry go with me here in the studio kind of a totem micah how could it not that a for you today or thank you so much so you know this looks like probably the most visually stunning film that's going to come out. yeah absolutely on the other hand it's the exact same story as the movie that i saw as a kid and our market some hate mail for asking this but we really need another wire
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and can be told the exact same story well obviously hollywood needs it. well and come on david telling a good story again could be worth and doing a remake is nothing new you know that already and for the old of us like. exactly disney doesn't want to upset by changing the old classic too much. but there are some funny little surprises this i can tell you and for the younger ones it's just a new and exciting story so why not but you're right it's really exactly the same story we saw already in 1994 same animals same locations and sometimes the same just so let's have a leg. just compare that to the movie or a moment and this is really fun that's really worth it.
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let's wait for the baby. here we are actually moving actually i don't know what about of you for me it was kind of it's magic when i see it's really the copy from the old one but i think the old movie kind of was magic is the new one just looks so much better i mean even though i am going to make sure we needed to work so much better at the pictures of really impressive and yeah and after the jungle book who was already dead in that style done within that style the lion king i think not the last remake in this kind and i know it's not going to be the newborn king is now you know quickly what are the reviews like focus those are out yes the film critics who were at the premiere were quite enthusiastic and during the film there were applause and standing ovation says. some say it's mind blowing a visual masterpiece some even say it's like a david attenborough documentary but there will have to disagree big lines cannot
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speak. ok you heard it 1st time did you just quickly we have to talk about the music though yes absolutely there are a big stars around and even there they stuck to the good old recipe with the good old hits circle of life can you feel love to not cool no matter how it's all really inside but they are all so new songs produced with donald glover and we just saw beyond say what do you thing and for all williams is there to yes absolutely so with so many names the new sounds like has to be a success as well i get to take your word for it my crew grow if i go i think you're right you're very excited for government to feel like. the french artist your goal better known by his artist's name say you has left his mark all over the world temporarily his technique of spring huge stretches of grass with biodegradable paint results and images that make
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a big impact and then quickly disappear so given the short lifespan of his so-called land the art what better place to catch people's attention quickly than one of europe's top attractions and it's all for a good cause. then art work in the heart of paris on the shonda mouse right in front of the eiffel tower 6 pairs of hands clasping one another they're meant to show that together we can get farther than we can on our own. looking back to the production to start a society wants to withdraw into itself when we believe that we need to act together to tackle various challenges would you feel that's the message that we want to send out with this project the interlock hands. c has been spraying his land art in various parts of the world since 2013 especially in europe and south america the environment and transients are his main
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themes. say he wants to make a statement with this artwork in paris called beyond walls it's a plea to tear down barriers both real and psychological and for him land art is the right tool for the job people like the idea. from downstairs i didn't know what it was but when i walked off there as i was like it's really beautiful i see that also wants to draw attention to the work of an s.o.s. meditate on the media humanitarian organization that rescues people in distress in the mediterranean sea except this art work site dedicated to us isn't just a handshake showing our solidarity between people but also symbolizes the gesture of a rescuer who is use it to save the life of a drowning person we saw a video. for say paris is just the start of a major project in the coming 3 years he aims to spray his helping hands in 20 different cities on every continent on the planet it's part of his plan to create
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the world's longest human chain at least metaphorically. it's like in life take a step back and you see the real picture the 2nd thing is that it's really. a short lived it may sound dumb but i like that better work of volves really then in 2 or 3 weeks it's gone through it was when you are going to see is a pioneer in his field but as soon as the show on the mouse is once again filled with people the colors will start to fade away then fans can only marvel at his artwork in photographs. beyond walls is the name of that project beyond borders is the name of a new e.p. by nora jobber the lebanese d.j. makes dark techno with a hopeful message tracks with names like home beyond the fear and there's room for everyone show how far she's come in her personal and musical journey to become one of britain's most exciting techno talents.
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jabba grew up with classical music she then studied jan's these days she's making techno. album beyond borders opens with a track alice the i know i'm all for one a homage to balance club scene and music. is important here. today you can. see cat. lives and. that kind of openness tolerance and freedom was new for nora who grew up in lebanon these days good d.j.
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sets venues all over the world including in valens legendary club because. she moved from beirut to berlin 5 years. to go to a new cosmos that she wanted to explore the i was really hard. culture major culture shock and where i felt most at home was when i started partying a lot. it took some time to get to get to where i am now to become a d.j. and i think also making that move away from home i've grown a lot internally. which is become out picking technique. so it's an area jadick it's steep it's at not take it it gives you the present moment feelings. it's music it's strong fast and loud enough to push back bad
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memories pull feelings of fear like those last 5 or 2006 and i've been on the wall . when i was in beirut i didn't have time to think about these things because i was more on survival mode but then when you come to a place where you feel like comfortable and safe then these traumas start coming out. losing is living for no job and she's found freedom of expression in techno. it starts safe environments just you know being with the crowds it is there on the dance floor or or behind the d.j. booth especially when you're like connecting with the crowd so strongly that you create this energy.
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that's all we've got time for serve go get on the dance floor or keep it here at g.w. for me and all the crew and bro. when thanks for watching and if you like the show we've got plenty more culture news for you at g.w. dot com slash culture next to. the fun.
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one tree guy international talk show for journalists discuss the topic of the week he used at a critical juncture as if carla made prepares to vote on a new commission with europe facing pressing challenges leadership is more important than ever will it emerge from the process with democratic deficits that's how to confront me to join us. quadriga 30 minutes on d w. i am glad. it's been 50 years since the moon landing. was the 1st man to walk on the moon. where. as
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a small boy he dreamed of the stars. as a pilot he flew anything no matter how dangerous. terrorists are going up all. as an astronaut he took part in the greatest adventure in history. of the planet and it was. a legend was simply a human being. neil armstrong starts july 20th on t.w. . this
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is v.w. news live from berlin tonight making internet companies pay more friends becomes the 1st european company country rather to slap a tax on tech and washington does not like good saying american companies will be unfairly targeted the white house is threatening to impose retaliatory tariffs on french goods also coming up tonight a powerful storm devastates greece's northern coastal areas leaving 7 people dead and dozens injured and britain.


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