Charlotte Gainsbourg

Antonin Gaultier

WILD PROFILE: ANTONIN, IMPOSSIBLE IS POSSIBLE

by: Marine de la Morandière


Who: Antonin Gaultier What he does: Sound Artist, Editor / Curator Where he is: Tokyo / Elsewhere   What’s on his mind today: Today, I am in Tokyo, planning a few ideas for 2011/2012. I […]

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Charlotte Gainsbourg

CHARLOTTE INSIDE OUT

by: Diego Martínez


Charlotte Gainsbourg has been on a roll ever since the last time we spoke with her on the ‘Together’ issue of The WILD . After the release of her critically-acclaimed “IRM” (produced in 2009 by […]

Tags: Antichrist, Because Music, Beck, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Diego Martinez, Electra, IRM, Lars Von Trier, Melancholia, Nathalie Canguilhem, Persécution, Stage Whisper, Terrible Angels, The Tree, The Wild Magazine
Melancholia

CANNES 2011, AND THE WINNERS ARE…

by: Garance Wilkens


Palme D’Or: The Tree of Life by Terrence Malick, as Robert DeNiro‘s, the president of the jury for the 2011 edition, put it: “It seemed to have the size, the importance, the tension to fit […]

Tags: Bir Zamanlar Anadolu’da, Cannes 2011, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Drive, Footnote, Jean Dujardin, Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, Joseph Cedar, Kirsten Dunst, Lars Von Trier, Maïwenn, Michael Hazanavicius, Nicolas Winding Refn, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Once Upon A Time In Anatolia, Palme D'Or, Poliss, Polisse, Terrence Malick, The Artist, The Kid With a Bike, The Tree of Life

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