As he travels incessantly between Budapest and Paris, 49 year-old Hungarian choreographer, Pal Frenak, talks about his sensual yet violent creations as well as the tormented world of contemporary dance.
A master of surrealism, Radovan Ivsic has touched on poetry, drama and political activism. Stopping for a break in Brussels, the adopted Parisian reminisces about the highs and lows of his European life.
With negotiations over Turkey’s accession to the EU beginning, Europe is still utterly confused as to which attitude to adopt towards the Turkish government. And it is the island of Cyprus that finds itself at the heart of the argument.
Iraqi film director Saad Salman underlines the importance of the American presence in his country of origin and regrets that France, his home for thirty years, did not help in the downfall of Saddam Hussein.