At the heart of Ganges Delta, hardly anyone ventures to the Silence Islands.
Bruce Lipton has written "The Biology of Beliefs" and "Spontaneous Evolution" and is a world authority on relationships between science and spirit.
Cellular Biology teacher at the Medical College of Wisconsin, he then devoted himself to groundbreaking research on stem cells and on the cell membrane.
His research, conducted at the Stanford University School of Medicine, have played a pioneering role in the development of the field of epigenetics, a science which explores the influence of the environment on DNA.
On the occasion of the revival of la Victorine, the only survivor amidst a few dozen film studios in Nice on the French Riviera, the time has come to have a closer look at its past: an adventurous and dramatic story. During the German occupation, Marcel Carné shot his “Children of Paradise” here – a masterpiece that was to become the symbol of the Liberation! In the Fifties, Alfred Hitchcock had Grace Kelly and Cary Grant star in “To catch a Thief”, and Gérard Philipe started his international career with “Fanfan la Tulipe”.
Austria, Linz 2009 - European Capital of Culture. A Purimspil, the ancestor of the Jewish Theater, is written by Yeshua Sobol and directed by David Maayan, two great Israeli's artists, and played in tunnels dug by the prisoners of the Mauthausen concentration camp. A documentary observation of the sidelines of a very unconventional play and its creative work about memory.