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these places in europe smashing the records into a ball and center the treasure map for modern globe. trotter's discover some of europe's record breaking into. and now also in book form the, ah me, this takes getting to a whole know, let the cross over sport long. for example. we will show you more moves later in the so with that will come to a new addition of euro max. and here our stories today. pam catholic
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a new was the old one is dangerous, right. so i took them and take just strong was a spiked by the wrist. but 1st to the film festival in can where for the 1st time in a long time the food industry has gathered again, the french lady on the court and does will be hosting the festival guess until july 17th among them is the american film director, spike lee who is head of this year's cam jewelry and the 1st black men chosen for this prestigious position this year, a total of $24.00 firms are competing for the time. go on, which is the same name as the favorite restaurant in cam. just, you know, since coffee has been hatched at the pine door for almost 15 years,
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we met him and got a very special tour of his kitchen. its been a busy few weeks in the kitchen of can only to mitchell and star restaurant castiano will p and his team have been preparing for the 74th can film festival martinez and its fine dining restaurant and up by him. doors are favorite among those working in the film industry. and it's not only because it's the restaurants excellent french cuisine and all the our guests are very our people and when they're used to traveling the world, we are going to have a taste enough. i know the not when steven spielberg was, he was, he's impressed by the see the music whole setting. i regularly don't aging a scene scenario that all center boring
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can cause fuels and he will be started a lot by and gold. in 1989 is a kitchen assistant before training under european starship, a lover and defender of class, they closed on solve dishes. he returned in 2001 and became had shift in 2007 out of all the way the recipe with the young pigeon is used to which is briefing was and then based of again and again, that was a little vegetarian. and joe made with margery to show this here is artichoke, are combined with an in pickled and mitigated impure aid lemons. it went up the restaurant parents offered a panoramic view of the cotton deals and the closet. the festival palace is also conveniently close.
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inside the restaurants, the car isn't merged. the city is world famous film festival. traditionally the can jury members gather here for an exclusive dinner. as many of them are filmmakers, they appreciate the showmanship with which the dishes are served. it was you to have never had any complicated request. i don't people say stars are high maintenance, but i think that's our complicated it was critical. so people don't just come here for food and they come for the experience, you know, sit down, you can call that place the restaurant. but it is more than that. it's an experience. i don't think like when you go to see a movie in the cinema. well, yeah, yes. if you thing the see, your name was your whoever takes on the coveted pine dog award at this year's can
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film festival year. she is likely to stop by the kind of restaurant for some of the finest cuisine under cotton. looking good while dancing and not falling down, while skating longwood dancing requires a level of creativity and coordination, which i definitely don't have. i can only dream of moving as fluidly as do i feel along what dancing pro from germany who travels across europe, teaching the cross over schools. we caught up with the long board dancer in portugal. the sprawling scene throw cascades, natural park near portugal. capital isn't as much luck tourist attraction and a popular long boarding venue. it's also ideal for long boards
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dancing in our firm that combines free style, skating surfing, and dan hi, i'm do and my pronouns a them. and i'm along for dental christ parking, and 27 year old. you are has a background in figure skating. and contemporary dan both influence their long board dancing style was preston. it's me about language dancing as i can few freedom and also i can express myself and that's something i want to share, that people can share the personalities and show with who they really are. landlord dancing was inspired by surfing as surface perform a series of well timed fluid movements to right waves. not unlike a choreography,
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the do has created their own unique long for dancing style. and it's one the longer dancer, numerous championships and international sponsorship deals. if you want to start longwood dancing, actually you have to start with long boarding, which is very accessible, in my opinion. everyone can just stand on the board and try to cruise on it. and once you're feeling comfortable with cruising carving pushing, then you can. everyone can actually learn you is king, yet more people interested in this crossover sport and offers long board dancing lessons all over europe. the very 1st thing that you can, if he wants to start with long but dancing very simple steps for the beginning. so what you basically do with your feet is taking the front foot to the right edge, left to the left edge, and then you just lift one, hugh,
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and then you switch to the other one. so basically you do a weight shifts between both feet. now i'm going to show the same step by writing. what we do again stepping into the right position s, explain, lift the heel, and do it. maybe to be. and maybe you even want to move a food and give it your own 5. why you're writing the lessons focus more on the dance and then on long boarding tricks. andrea loses from lisbon and one of the few pupils. andrea fell in love with one board, dancing ever since she 1st saw the video online. feels like flying. i love them and i think because they feel like flying, it gives me a lot of confidence and i don't know if it makes me enjoy myself
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and i love myself more. you know, i do is originally from older house in western germany. they are a long board dancing pro, but take their skill lately. i'm trying to communicate it to other people and that they can also learn how to long, but not only longwood dance, but actually dance on the board and have fun. basically with the fail is raising the bar using enviable onboarding skills with fluids. dance me for generation kids all over the world have been growing up with house, christine anders and fairy tales. many of the danish writers,
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stories have been turned into films like disney's retelling of his tail, the little mermaid, or the snow queen the wild swans. and some believe that now under the home town in denmark is paying tribute to the right. so with a new resume, it's not quite ready yet. impact from the outside. a lot of it still looks to be under construction, but the opening was already celebrated. anyway. the very center of a very special place is being created to honor the city's most famous son, trans christine, under the new museum shed light on regions both above and below ground in the faint writer and poets world. here museum goers can immerse themselves in his fairy tales with all of their senses. this is the limit area and you can come in and you can live down on the rocks and you can look up into the sky. and you can hear the other
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moments talking about how beautiful it is up there, and you can hear some beautiful moments singing. and then the sky is kind of like your canvas for, for your longing. as you look up into the sky, what are you longing for? just as the little mermaid was longing for life, ah, when my 2nd denmark re open the expedition, hence kristian understands very tales, themes and characters such as the nightingale, the princes from the p and the little match girl are still popular with readers of all ages. the world over the we want to see this new place. very enticing, very tells that didn't always end of the day off and have a sad ending and make the reader think. i think the museum here it gives you
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the freedom to feel the story in a very unique and different way. creative director hemsley has been working to make the project a reality for some 10 years. his vision is a space that synthesizes with the works of hands in the new museum with in a former green space in historical old town homes. christine anderson was born in 18. 05 in this yellow corner house. the main idea is that we wanted to create a museum that, that was more in tune with the way anderson told his stories. so, so we work from what is the values in his universe? what is his literary strategies? how does he actually tell these doors and how can we transform that from being literature and to be and being a spatial experience?
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architectural firms from around the world submitted ideas for the new museums. the contract went to the renowned japanese firm can go coma and associates. the proposal was thought to correspond most closely to hans kristian understands open ended narrative style. yuki gucci was behind the concept, an oversized implementation. we have tried to design in this particular multi or focus if this elements that connects and organized a chain. so that would form the mentoring johnny through from the background to veto ground. so the head, she's that acts this representations of the reality and fantasy. the complex is some 5600 square meters and lives mainly underground overhead. a
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fairy tale garden is to plant circular holes. the steel glass and wood are clustered around the venue where architecture and nature, you create a world full of imagination. i'm very happy about is the scale and sequence of the architecture experience. so when i sun in a certain point, it's always comes to me as a surprising series of surprises. even i know i knew that the planning suggests many focused quality faces. but something in between those faces appears us an unexpected and quality which and i'm very happy about a spiraling corridor. i connect the upper and lower world. the rammed is like a metaphor on end of this life. as you travel down,
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as you traveled through his life, every now and then you fall into a space devoted to a certain scene and you travel further away from your own world and into the world of very i in late october, the new museum for denmark, most famous writer is said to receive the finishing touches, one story that is headed for a happy in the looking for more euro max. we've got new covered had to our youtube channel. so we know reporters on there are done through the model that was built into working traditions and german habit. don't subscribe to d, w 0 that you see these days. it's hard to imagine our lives without
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gps. wherever we are. we can find our way at the top of the screen. apps designed for leads make use of the tech to track activity. but there are also those who use these apps to make art like anthony hoyde from the u. k. he draws pictures with his bike and i've actually cycle simula dark shape my cell, but not really on purpose. here is how he does it. anthony hall from england makes his street art with streets in 2016, aided by the strata gps after he started. peddling our faces and figures on britain's ro, systems, and maps. the app was originally designed to help athletes keep track of their activity. anthony hoyt uses a bicycle to draw here. his canvas is the streets of manchester in northern england
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has an idea. it's been around for a while. there are people all over the world doing them to, to various standards. and i've seen a few of these. i did my 1st 15 years ago, i suppose, and so i can go and see what i can find. and i found adult in the much where i live . i'm looking at it now. it's a bit rather surely, but i still figured out what to do more to look for and just sort of been doing in a sense. anthony hall, it's generally covers 80 to 120 kilometers to make one image. in manchester, he's trying for a more complex motif, it usually takes him between 4 to 6 hours to write the distance, but it can take up to 3 months to plan. i plan to draw a picture of ducks across manchester, driven by the st. patton. really. i tend to look at maps and see what jumps out to me like looking at clouds, seeing what i see a picture in them. and it happened to be duck when i saw the big duck festival. and, but i like to sort of try and do something a bit complex. he traces out
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a wide variety of subjects, elephants in birmingham faces in sheffield, shelton, ham and carter, a yorkshire terrier and leaves in a flock of birds in bristol. anthony's creativity can best be seen on the app. it was his christmas sketches that 1st drew international attention. certainly seems to become a tradition. the 1st one i did was the snowman. and that was just really all the christmas one, but it went down so well. i had so much major attention and people messaging me small as well. it was really so gratifying. so i thought, well, actually i'm trying to do something else and then yes, it's become frustration. now the pressure is on and i think some of the 53 year old travels all over britain, making his gps drawing here. and there even runs into fans of his work. ah,
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it just makes you feel really good. and i think this website we don't generally they so it's just a really nice story base and pictures really well for our really meticulous and i'm just look for them all just makes you feel good. what is all that anthony has acquired the at that peddling. picasso, by profession, he works as an appraiser of historic buildings. but he originally studied product design, detail planning and implementation of his drawings, provides a creative balance to his daily routine that they always obstacles. am. i look at the, the map and i find what i want to find, but then i have to to go and just gave a straight b j. right? in particular junction, i find that the, the nice clear line that i've got on an aerial view, i zoom in and actually it's a railway around the road st notarized. so i have to jamie, right in
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a junctions work and i'm going to cross whether i feel safe riding on that particular road. his latest piece requires him to peddle 76 kilometers around manchester for about 5 and a half hours. he can use the real live gps tracking app to follow his ducks as they hatch in the form of a video. i'm very sorry for that. it's come up. what i'd like planned is coming up shortly. right. so yeah, it's good. it's really nice coming back and how much the place has changed and there's some pretty new architecture around and some pretty good cycling infrastructure to write like a pop in someplace. anthony voice plans to also cycle outside of britain and paris, france for example, where he's got a drawing in mind and for a challenge, he'd like to go to the united states and figure out ways to make drawings in the grid pattern city streets over their robots
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we already know them as waiters and cleaning stuff, and now they are also musician german multimedia artist. more have the one guys, dr. songs where every single instrument is played by a robot. and that sounds like he has been building his music robots for more than 15 years, and he even released the tech. so every single track was played by a robot. we caught up with the artist and his little helpers in please you choose take sounds played by robots. morgan seaman guys from preston and the eastern germany makes music with the help a little machines. he built himself to have my favorite instrument, which is a robotic, the tar. it's basically
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a motor which is applied here and then it just triggers the tree stream so that they are basically constantly in motion. he controls the robot by a computer. the sounds are picked up by microphones and sent to an amplifier. i don't want to make music which comes out of the computer. i mean, i'm controlling some of the stuff with a computer. but actually i want to grab things. i want to get my hands on things i want to like make noises like objects and that's why i'm making robot robots, which actually plays this whole mall. that's the guys build his 1st installation, the m r 8 away in 2013. it took him 3 years to build the 4 by 2 meter drum robot. his mission is to make
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electronic music visible these days, rhythms and drum films are often produced digitally. he has this little robot, physically play them. when i 1st performed with the 8th and i was playing it, i saw that a lot of people who were just like, go in close and watching all the different parts moving. and there was a big interest in how this robot works, because that's actually the call part of my robotic work that people can actually get where this town is coming from. and so i thought okay, would be a really good idea to let the people have the audience control of the instrument as well, and not just like to let them watch. so that's made it an attack. more this is intrigues by the relationship between sound and music and between music and technology. this is what urges him to seek out new solution. a trained electrical engineer, the 40 year old place several instruments and is known as a pioneer of robotic music.
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he builds for machines in his own workshop. every robotic instrument has its own precisely defined timber and sequence of motion. i've been trying to find my way through random objects. i found a random idea and through planning, which means that i basically try to think of his tone and then try to think ok, how can this be accomplished with a motor car always like an electronic parts. and in the end then the bill is finished and i'm trying to make music with that to us in 2018 mall that's released attack. no album, which may well have been the 1st in the world to feature music, played entirely by home made robots. his work is regularly featured in exhibitions and he appears internationally as festival the robot if only the physical body what comes next is basically the brain,
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which now is me because times laying most of the robot and but like the next step of causes to have like the physicals have like the actual robot, and then an artificial brain which controls and composes the music. even popcorn can be used in a sound producing robot, in the one of a kind, musical world created by molded seaman guys. and we that we have reached the end of our show today. don't forget to check out our website for this week's draw. and the chance to win this d, w back tag kills with goodies. and if you aren't following us on facebook already come find a step and let us know your thoughts. and that's all from me for today. thanks for tuning in and say well,
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