World "I do not care": Philippe Labro launches a new cultural magazine on "C8"

12:25  09 may  2021
12:25  09 may  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Philippe Labro : « Il y a un devoir de défendre la culture dans une époque qui nous explique qu’elle n’est pas essentielle. J’ai eu envie de changer un petit peu. » © Augustin De Detienne / C8 Philippe Labro: "There is a duty to defend the culture in a time that explains to us that It is not essential. I wanted to change a little bit.

The writer journalist launches a new cultural magazine this Sunday, May 9 at 11 pm on "C8".

Philippe Labro offers an unprecedented weekly appointment on the channel channel + . For this first of the essential at Labro, he receives Thierry Fremaux, Director of the Cannes Film Festival, author of Judoka (Stock); Camille Goudeau, for scuffed cats (Gallimard); Jean-Noël Fabiani-Salmon, surgeon in cardiology, author of medicine told children (Martinière youth), and David Petlik, violinist.

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Why Have Having Wood Language Abstain After Twelve Seasons Last March and Today Labo Essentials today?

twelve years, it's a lot for a show. Then, for people like me who have the chance to have had several caps in their life (journalist, writer, filmmaker, parole), I found that there was a duty to defend culture in a time we explained that she was not essential. I wanted to change a little bit. In this magazine, we will talk cinema, theater, living art, music, whether classic or pop. I do not intervene anything.

As it will be a question of the 7th art in your magazine, what did you think of the last ceremony of Caesars?

I found it saddened, there are no other terms. There were unacceptable moments. I can understand that the world of cinema has taken advantage of this evening to expose its problems, its claims. Although, let us not forget that cinema is a very privileged universe compared to others. There are support funds and any kind of things. But I found that saddening. It's not the cinema. Well, there have been great moments too, it was not a bad evening. There was the provision of Benjamin Biolay or the tributes to Jean-Loup Dabadie, in Claude Brasseur, at all missing, it was very well done.

Are you amateur series?

Yes. Recently I was very impressed and admiring job done by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache on in therapy. It is well written, well built, and they brought together an extraordinary cast. I started to love the series with the soprano and Mad Men in particular. But, there is nothing to do, having staged seven feature films, I like the film.

"The essential at Labro" at 23 hours on "C8"

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