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The first president of the Constituent Convention, Elisa Loncon, received the René Cassin Award for Human Rights this Wednesday in the Basque Country.

“Árrat saldeón. Mari mari pu lamgen mari mari pu Vascoce. Pewmagele kom kvme felaymvn. Wenu caw, Wenu ñuke, Wenu vlca, Wenu wece keyuneyiñmu kvme amuleal tvfaci zugu,” he said in a speech there.

“I thank the Basque government through the Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu, the President of the Basque Parliament, the deputy lehendakari, the counselor, the authorities, friends, and friends, for having honored me with the René Cassin award, 2021 edition, who was the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1968 and main inspirer of the fundamental Charter of Human Rights”.

“This award was previously received by the Chilean sister, lawyer and today a member of Parliament Carmen Hertz, on March 11, 2013, for her commitment to the defense of human rights and by Desmond Tutu (QEPD), for his fight against apartheid and for being the architects of the peace process developed in South Africa,” he added.

Loncon stressed that the prize, which has a long history, is organized by the Basque Government’s Human Rights Directorate and “it has been awarded to me for my personal and professional commitment to the promotion, defense and dissemination of Human Rights, mainly in the field of the linguistic and cultural rights of the Mapuche people and of the original peoples of Chile; and for my condition as First President of the Constitutional Convention of Chile”.

The first president of the Convention also thanked the Institute of Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Non-Violence (DEMOSPAZ) of the Autonomous University of Madrid, together with other nearby organizations such as WILPF-Spain and the Chair of Education for Social Justice , who sponsored his candidacy.

from the south of the world

“I come from the South of the World, from the Mapuche nation people. My ancestors from my maternal and paternal lineage fought against colonialism and against the Pinochet dictatorship. And my grandmothers and grandfathers all had a common dream, that DREAM was to recover the usurped territory and recover the sovereignty of our people and our culture governed by the philosophy of the KVME MOGEN or good living, that makes our Mapuzugun language flourish. That there will never again be exploitation of human beings and of Mother Earth; that is the fight that I embrace and that has inspired me in all space and time”, he indicated in his speech.

“In my country, Chile, we have started a constitutional process, which has corresponded to me to lead. This is the most beautiful process of organization and struggle that the peoples have given to change the Constitution that Pinochet’s dictatorship left us a long time ago. more than four decades. That authoritarian Magna Carta built and legitimized a segregating and undemocratic social and political model, based on a neoliberal model that today the peoples of Chile intend to overcome.”

He added that inequality and the existence of a poorly participatory political regime were the main reasons for promoting “the most important social revolt in the history of Chile, which emerged on October 18, 2019. From those impulses and mobilizations, the constitutional process was born in Chili”.

Woman and indigenous

“We are proud of the women and young people who led the social revolt. In particular, since 2006 young people began an organic process against the capitalist system and the subsidiary state inherited by the dictatorship and that over the years stripped the people of their basic rights such as water, pensions and the right to public education,” he stressed.

He added that this movement grew as the generations matured, the year 2010 was installed in the universities, and today in the government, with an elected president, Gabriel Boric Font, “the youngest in the history of this country. But not only there, the young seed also sprouted in the municipalities, regional and local governments, renewing the country’s politics”.

“I come from a culture of indigenous women who embrace the spirit of Mother Earth, water, mountains, waterfalls; who respect the forces of nature for being the primeval force that moves the lives of people and societies; vision world today necessary to respond to the planet’s environmental crisis and that is present in the original nations”.

In addition, “my commitment to indigenous languages ​​is for fundamental human rights, because languages ​​constitute us as human beings and we are nothing more than languages, that is why when someone maneuvers against some of them, denying it, discriminating against it, they do nothing but condemn us into the world of silence, against our dignity and humanity; because languages ​​are instruments for communication, for dialogue and for peace between peoples”.

“Pu mapuche lamgen, mapucegeyiñ mapuzugungey mi kewon, yafuluwuaymi tami zugun mu, yewekinolmi mi kewon mu, mi az mew. Newentupe mi gvlam, mi igkan mu tami pu picikece tañi yeniam mi kimvn. Tayiñ kuyfike kimvn ka xipaleci kimvn weftupe me iñ, mapuzugun me iñ tami cumgeci poyenien mi mapu, mi mogen, mi feyentun, tami wenumapu kimvn, mi nagmapu kimvn kom renuntuafimi mi kewon mew. Wirintukuaymi mi rvpv ka mi mogen mapuzun mu, femgechi wewgelayaiñ vpvlnentun mew ka wigkawvn mu,” he added.

“Wvñoweftupe ta mapuzugun, mapuche kimvn, yamuwvn xokince mu! May the Mapuche language, wisdom and respect among peoples be reborn! May we Mapuche return to speak our languages ​​in our territory.”

Constitutional Convention

Loncon also stressed that with the process of the Constitutional Convention “today Chile is experiencing a new history, one that is being written by those who had been absent from the spheres of power; we are women and men from regions, cultural diversity, sex-gender and politics. The New Constitution is being written with parity, decentralization, multinationality and KVME MOGEN, good living”.

“I do not want to end without celebrating the struggle of the peoples for dignity, and without recognizing the peoples who were previously condemned for their diversity and who today are capable of governing and projecting their practices and knowledge as a contribution to the diversity and richness of humanity itself. I congratulate the Basque people for their persistent struggle for autonomy and for their practice of solidarity with other excluded peoples. On this path, let me tell you brothers, we find ourselves pu lamgen, because we share the beat of our hearts in the warmth of our struggles, despite the distance,” he said.

“When I see and feel that our children recover their roots, their languages ​​and embrace autonomy and territory, I observe the dignity of the peoples of the world, those peoples who, despite racism and marginalization, continue to feel the whisper of the elders, those who inherit knowledge and knowledge that can contribute to a culture of peace in the world. Thank you very much for this recognition and for giving me the honor of addressing you and the land of Euskera. Pewkayal pu lamgen, fenxen mañum. Eskérri kásko lehendákari jauná . Eskérri kásko denói”, he concluded.

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The first president of the Constituent Convention, Elisa Loncon, received the René Cassin Award for Human Rights this Wednesday in the Basque Country.

“Árrat saldeón. Mari mari pu lamgen mari mari pu Vascoce. Pewmagele kom kvme felaymvn. Wenu caw, Wenu ñuke, Wenu vlca, Wenu wece keyuneyiñmu kvme amuleal tvfaci zugu,” he said in a speech there.

“I thank the Basque government through the Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu, the President of the Basque Parliament, the deputy lehendakari, the counselor, the authorities, friends, and friends, for having honored me with the René Cassin award, 2021 edition, who was the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1968 and main inspirer of the fundamental Charter of Human Rights”.

“This award was previously received by the Chilean sister, lawyer and today a member of Parliament Carmen Hertz, on March 11, 2013, for her commitment to the defense of human rights and by Desmond Tutu (QEPD), for his fight against apartheid and for being the architects of the peace process developed in South Africa,” he added.

Loncon stressed that the prize, which has a long history, is organized by the Basque Government’s Human Rights Directorate and “it has been awarded to me for my personal and professional commitment to the promotion, defense and dissemination of Human Rights, mainly in the field of the linguistic and cultural rights of the Mapuche people and of the original peoples of Chile; and for my condition as First President of the Constitutional Convention of Chile”.

The first president of the Convention also thanked the Institute of Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Non-Violence (DEMOSPAZ) of the Autonomous University of Madrid, together with other nearby organizations such as WILPF-Spain and the Chair of Education for Social Justice , who sponsored his candidacy.

from the south of the world

“I come from the South of the World, from the Mapuche nation people. My ancestors from my maternal and paternal lineage fought against colonialism and against the Pinochet dictatorship. And my grandmothers and grandfathers all had a common dream, that DREAM was to recover the usurped territory and recover the sovereignty of our people and our culture governed by the philosophy of the KVME MOGEN or good living, that makes our Mapuzugun language flourish. That there will never again be exploitation of human beings and of Mother Earth; that is the fight that I embrace and that has inspired me in all space and time”, he indicated in his speech.

“In my country, Chile, we have started a constitutional process, which has corresponded to me to lead. This is the most beautiful process of organization and struggle that the peoples have given to change the Constitution that Pinochet’s dictatorship left us a long time ago. more than four decades. That authoritarian Magna Carta built and legitimized a segregating and undemocratic social and political model, based on a neoliberal model that today the peoples of Chile intend to overcome.”

He added that inequality and the existence of a poorly participatory political regime were the main reasons for promoting “the most important social revolt in the history of Chile, which emerged on October 18, 2019. From those impulses and mobilizations, the constitutional process was born in Chili”.

Woman and indigenous

“We are proud of the women and young people who led the social revolt. In particular, since 2006 young people began an organic process against the capitalist system and the subsidiary state inherited by the dictatorship and that over the years stripped the people of their basic rights such as water, pensions and the right to public education,” he stressed.

He added that this movement grew as the generations matured, the year 2010 was installed in the universities, and today in the government, with an elected president, Gabriel Boric Font, “the youngest in the history of this country. But not only there, the young seed also sprouted in the municipalities, regional and local governments, renewing the country’s politics”.

“I come from a culture of indigenous women who embrace the spirit of Mother Earth, water, mountains, waterfalls; who respect the forces of nature for being the primeval force that moves the lives of people and societies; vision world today necessary to respond to the planet’s environmental crisis and that is present in the original nations”.

In addition, “my commitment to indigenous languages ​​is for fundamental human rights, because languages ​​constitute us as human beings and we are nothing more than languages, that is why when someone maneuvers against some of them, denying it, discriminating against it, they do nothing but condemn us into the world of silence, against our dignity and humanity; because languages ​​are instruments for communication, for dialogue and for peace between peoples”.

“Pu mapuche lamgen, mapucegeyiñ mapuzugungey mi kewon, yafuluwuaymi tami zugun mu, yewekinolmi mi kewon mu, mi az mew. Newentupe mi gvlam, mi igkan mu tami pu picikece tañi yeniam mi kimvn. Tayiñ kuyfike kimvn ka xipaleci kimvn weftupe me iñ, mapuzugun me iñ tami cumgeci poyenien mi mapu, mi mogen, mi feyentun, tami wenumapu kimvn, mi nagmapu kimvn kom renuntuafimi mi kewon mew. Wirintukuaymi mi rvpv ka mi mogen mapuzun mu, femgechi wewgelayaiñ vpvlnentun mew ka wigkawvn mu,” he added.

“Wvñoweftupe ta mapuzugun, mapuche kimvn, yamuwvn xokince mu! May the Mapuche language, wisdom and respect among peoples be reborn! May we Mapuche return to speak our languages ​​in our territory.”

Constitutional Convention

Loncon also stressed that with the process of the Constitutional Convention “today Chile is experiencing a new history, one that is being written by those who had been absent from the spheres of power; we are women and men from regions, cultural diversity, sex-gender and politics. The New Constitution is being written with parity, decentralization, multinationality and KVME MOGEN, good living”.

“I do not want to end without celebrating the struggle of the peoples for dignity, and without recognizing the peoples who were previously condemned for their diversity and who today are capable of governing and projecting their practices and knowledge as a contribution to the diversity and richness of humanity itself. I congratulate the Basque people for their persistent struggle for autonomy and for their practice of solidarity with other excluded peoples. On this path, let me tell you brothers, we find ourselves pu lamgen, because we share the beat of our hearts in the warmth of our struggles, despite the distance,” he said.

“When I see and feel that our children recover their roots, their languages ​​and embrace autonomy and territory, I observe the dignity of the peoples of the world, those peoples who, despite racism and marginalization, continue to feel the whisper of the elders, those who inherit knowledge and knowledge that can contribute to a culture of peace in the world. Thank you very much for this recognition and for giving me the honor of addressing you and the land of Euskera. Pewkayal pu lamgen, fenxen mañum. Eskérri kásko lehendákari jauná . Eskérri kásko denói”, he concluded.

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Speech by Elisa Loncon upon receiving an award in Spain: “With the process of the Constitutional Convention, today Chile is experiencing a new story”

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The ceremony of Oscars 2021 has been like no other. Organized last April in compliance with health rules, the evening was distinguished by a greater diversity in the nominations and aroused many emotions. The Chinese Chloe Zhao made history by becoming the first non-white filmmaker to win Best Direction, the American actress Frances McDormand howled like a wolf during her speech, the South Korean actress Yuh Jung Youn declared his love to brad pitt and Anthony Hopkins, conspicuously absent from this edition, won the Oscar for best actor – a controversial choice since this prize was initially to be awarded posthumously to the actor Chadwick Boseman. So what could 2022 have in store for us? Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the most glamorous night in cinema.

Show more

Our predictions for the Oscars 2022

The cinema sector has unfortunately been affected by the health crisis. Despite the more than complex context, the Oscars ceremony will take place on March 27. And we already have our favourites.

When will the 2022 Oscars take place?

The 94th edition of Oscars will begin on Sunday, March 27 at 2 a.m. French time.

Where will the ceremony be held?

Last year, the ceremony was exceptionally held in the Union Station train station in Los Angeles. This time, she will return to her place of residence since 2002, the legendary Dolby Theater in Hollywood.

What will this new edition look like?

Little is known about the format of the event, except that it will be carried out by Glenn Weiss for the seventh consecutive year and produced by Will Packer.

Who will present the 2022 Oscars?

The American Channel ABC confirmed it: there will indeed be a master of ceremonies this year, something that had not happened since 2018. The announcement was made on January 11 by Craig Erwich, president of Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment, who said he trusted producer Will Packer without revealing more. “Will knows exactly what audiences expect when it comes to pop culture and entertainment,” he said. I know he has a lot in store and we will have more details to share soon.” The last to host the show were jimmy kimmel, Chris Rock and Neil Patrick Harris. Candidates for 2022 range from Selena Gomez at Tom Holland.

Who will perform at the 2022 Oscars?

It’s not yet known if the performances will be live or if they will be pre-recorded like last year, but this new lineup may well be the most impressive we’ve seen in a long time. On December 21, the Academy unveiled the shortlist in 10 categories, including Best Original Song. We find there HER, who won the statuette last year with “Fight for You” for Judas and the Black Messiah, and who will now compete with “Automatic Woman” for bruised ; Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi with “Just Look Up” for Don’t Look Up ; Kid Cudi and Jay Z with “Guns Go Bang” for The Harder They Fall ; Beyonce with “Be Alive” for The Williams Method ; and Billie Eilish with “No Time To Die” for Dying can wait.

What will the dress code be?

If the Covid-19 allows it, all the gratin of Hollywood should tread the red carpet this year. We can therefore expect the traditional parade of gala dresses, sequined capes and extravagant tuxedos.

When will the 2022 Oscar nominations be announced?

Nominations will be announced on February 8.

Who are the 2022 Oscar nominees?

It is expected that Belfast and The Power of the Dog compete in the race for best film, closely followed by The Williams Method, Dunes and West Side Story. Jane Campion, Kenneth Branagh, Denis Villeneuve, Steven Spielberg and Paul Thomas Anderson are big favorites for the Best Director award. As far as interpretation is concerned, the balance tips in favor of Will Smith, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Garfield and Denzel Washington for the Best Actor category, and Olivia Colman, Kristen Stewart, Lady Gaga and Nicole Kidman for Best Actress. The award for Best Supporting Actress could go to Kirsten Dunst, Ariana DeBose Where Caitriona Balfe, and Best Supporting Actor to Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ciaran Hinds Where Troy Kotsur. Finally, the trophy for best international film could go to Drive My Car, Flee, Julie (in 12 chapters), God’s hand Where A hero.

Translation by Sandra Proutry-Skrzypek

Article originally published on Vogue.UK

We want to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this outstanding web content

Everything we already know about the Oscars 2022

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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The ceremony of Oscars 2021 has been like no other. Organized last April in compliance with health rules, the evening was distinguished by a greater diversity in the nominations and aroused many emotions. The Chinese Chloe Zhao made history by becoming the first non-white filmmaker to win Best Direction, the American actress Frances McDormand howled like a wolf during her speech, the South Korean actress Yuh Jung Youn declared his love to brad pitt and Anthony Hopkins, conspicuously absent from this edition, won the Oscar for best actor – a controversial choice since this prize was initially to be awarded posthumously to the actor Chadwick Boseman. So what could 2022 have in store for us? Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the most glamorous night in cinema.

Show more

Our predictions for the Oscars 2022

The cinema sector has unfortunately been affected by the health crisis. Despite the more than complex context, the Oscars ceremony will take place on March 27. And we already have our favourites.

When will the 2022 Oscars take place?

The 94th edition of Oscars will begin on Sunday, March 27 at 2 a.m. French time.

Where will the ceremony be held?

Last year, the ceremony was exceptionally held in the Union Station train station in Los Angeles. This time, she will return to her place of residence since 2002, the legendary Dolby Theater in Hollywood.

What will this new edition look like?

Little is known about the format of the event, except that it will be carried out by Glenn Weiss for the seventh consecutive year and produced by Will Packer.

Who will present the 2022 Oscars?

The American Channel ABC confirmed it: there will indeed be a master of ceremonies this year, something that had not happened since 2018. The announcement was made on January 11 by Craig Erwich, president of Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment, who said he trusted producer Will Packer without revealing more. “Will knows exactly what audiences expect when it comes to pop culture and entertainment,” he said. I know he has a lot in store and we will have more details to share soon.” The last to host the show were jimmy kimmel, Chris Rock and Neil Patrick Harris. Candidates for 2022 range from Selena Gomez at Tom Holland.

Who will perform at the 2022 Oscars?

It’s not yet known if the performances will be live or if they will be pre-recorded like last year, but this new lineup may well be the most impressive we’ve seen in a long time. On December 21, the Academy unveiled the shortlist in 10 categories, including Best Original Song. We find there HER, who won the statuette last year with “Fight for You” for Judas and the Black Messiah, and who will now compete with “Automatic Woman” for bruised ; Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi with “Just Look Up” for Don’t Look Up ; Kid Cudi and Jay Z with “Guns Go Bang” for The Harder They Fall ; Beyonce with “Be Alive” for The Williams Method ; and Billie Eilish with “No Time To Die” for Dying can wait.

What will the dress code be?

If the Covid-19 allows it, all the gratin of Hollywood should tread the red carpet this year. We can therefore expect the traditional parade of gala dresses, sequined capes and extravagant tuxedos.

When will the 2022 Oscar nominations be announced?

Nominations will be announced on February 8.

Who are the 2022 Oscar nominees?

It is expected that Belfast and The Power of the Dog compete in the race for best film, closely followed by The Williams Method, Dunes and West Side Story. Jane Campion, Kenneth Branagh, Denis Villeneuve, Steven Spielberg and Paul Thomas Anderson are big favorites for the Best Director award. As far as interpretation is concerned, the balance tips in favor of Will Smith, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Garfield and Denzel Washington for the Best Actor category, and Olivia Colman, Kristen Stewart, Lady Gaga and Nicole Kidman for Best Actress. The award for Best Supporting Actress could go to Kirsten Dunst, Ariana DeBose Where Caitriona Balfe, and Best Supporting Actor to Kodi Smit-McPhee, Ciaran Hinds Where Troy Kotsur. Finally, the trophy for best international film could go to Drive My Car, Flee, Julie (in 12 chapters), God’s hand Where A hero.

Translation by Sandra Proutry-Skrzypek

Article originally published on Vogue.UK

We want to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this outstanding web content

Everything we already know about the Oscars 2022

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
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– The incredible adventure of the ashes of Luigi Pirandello and a news item that occurred in Brooklyn in the 1930s are at the center of the filmmaker’s new film, selected in competition in Berlin

This article is available in English.

Almost four years after the death of his brother Vittorio, with whom he had given life to an inseparable artistic partnership with international success in the 1960s, Paolo Taviani signs his second solo directing effort, after 2017’s Rainbow – A Private Affair [+lire aussi :
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interview : Paolo Taviani
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]
. The new film is Leonora Addio, a title that refers to the romance of Il Trovatore and has nothing to do with Luigi Pirandello’s novella of the same name, but recounts the daring adventure of the ashes of the Nobel Prize for Literature winner in 1934, and the eventful journey of the urn from Rome to Agrigento, up to the tribulated burial fifteen years after his death. Leonora Addio has been selected for the next Berlin Film Festival as the only Italian film in competition.

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The film closes with the great Sicilian writer’s last story, composed twenty days before his death on 10 December 1936: The Nail, in which the young Bastianeddu, snatched from his mother’s arms in Sicily and forced to follow his father across the ocean to the United States, is unable to heal the wound that drives him to a senseless act. “The grotesque of the ashes tossed about by chance and of human stupidity seem to both have come out of Pirandello’s pen: the paradox, the ridiculousness that slips into the absurd,” explained Paolo Taviani. Just as absurd is the tragic fury of The Nail, the film’s second story inspired by Pirandello’s account of a news event in Brooklyn: ‘a little girl killed by an Italian boy’. Here the truth of the news story will merge with another truth, that of the film.

The film, shot in Sicily and in the Cinecittà studios, stars Fabrizio Ferracane, Matteo Pittiruti, Dania Marino, Dora Becker and Claudio Bigagli. The script and screenplay were written by Paolo Taviani, with photography by Paolo Carnera and Simone Zampagni, editing by Roberto Perpignani, music by Nicola Piovani, costumes by Lina Nerli Taviani and set design by Emita Frigato.

Leonora Addio is produced by Donatella Palermo for Stemal Entertainment with Rai Cinema, in association with Luce Cinecittà and with Cinemaundici, with the support of Regione Siciliana – Assessorato Turismo Sport e Spettacolo – Sicilia Film Commission and the contribution of MIC – DG Cinema and Audiovisual. It will be released in Italian cinemas on 17 February, immediately after its presentation in Berlin, distributed by 01 Distribution.

The Taviani brothers had participated in the Berlinale several times, from San Michele with a gallo, winner in the Forum section in 1972, to Caesar Must Die [+lire aussi :
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bande-annonce
interview : Paolo et Vittorio Taviani
fiche film
]
, winner of the Golden Bear in 2012. The brothers’ films have also been selected for Cannes (Padre Padrone, Palme d’Or in 1977, and The Night of San Lorenzo, Jury Grand Prix in 1982, among others) and Venice.

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Paolo Taviani presents Leonora Addio

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– The incredible adventure of the ashes of Luigi Pirandello and a news item that occurred in Brooklyn in the 1930s are at the center of the filmmaker’s new film, selected in competition in Berlin

This article is available in English.

Almost four years after the death of his brother Vittorio, with whom he had given life to an inseparable artistic partnership with international success in the 1960s, Paolo Taviani signs his second solo directing effort, after 2017’s Rainbow – A Private Affair [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Paolo Taviani
fiche film
]
. The new film is Leonora Addio, a title that refers to the romance of Il Trovatore and has nothing to do with Luigi Pirandello’s novella of the same name, but recounts the daring adventure of the ashes of the Nobel Prize for Literature winner in 1934, and the eventful journey of the urn from Rome to Agrigento, up to the tribulated burial fifteen years after his death. Leonora Addio has been selected for the next Berlin Film Festival as the only Italian film in competition.

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The film closes with the great Sicilian writer’s last story, composed twenty days before his death on 10 December 1936: The Nail, in which the young Bastianeddu, snatched from his mother’s arms in Sicily and forced to follow his father across the ocean to the United States, is unable to heal the wound that drives him to a senseless act. “The grotesque of the ashes tossed about by chance and of human stupidity seem to both have come out of Pirandello’s pen: the paradox, the ridiculousness that slips into the absurd,” explained Paolo Taviani. Just as absurd is the tragic fury of The Nail, the film’s second story inspired by Pirandello’s account of a news event in Brooklyn: ‘a little girl killed by an Italian boy’. Here the truth of the news story will merge with another truth, that of the film.

The film, shot in Sicily and in the Cinecittà studios, stars Fabrizio Ferracane, Matteo Pittiruti, Dania Marino, Dora Becker and Claudio Bigagli. The script and screenplay were written by Paolo Taviani, with photography by Paolo Carnera and Simone Zampagni, editing by Roberto Perpignani, music by Nicola Piovani, costumes by Lina Nerli Taviani and set design by Emita Frigato.

Leonora Addio is produced by Donatella Palermo for Stemal Entertainment with Rai Cinema, in association with Luce Cinecittà and with Cinemaundici, with the support of Regione Siciliana – Assessorato Turismo Sport e Spettacolo – Sicilia Film Commission and the contribution of MIC – DG Cinema and Audiovisual. It will be released in Italian cinemas on 17 February, immediately after its presentation in Berlin, distributed by 01 Distribution.

The Taviani brothers had participated in the Berlinale several times, from San Michele with a gallo, winner in the Forum section in 1972, to Caesar Must Die [+lire aussi :
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, winner of the Golden Bear in 2012. The brothers’ films have also been selected for Cannes (Padre Padrone, Palme d’Or in 1977, and The Night of San Lorenzo, Jury Grand Prix in 1982, among others) and Venice.

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For its new edition, “Désir…Désirs”, the oldest film festival addressing LGBT+ and gender themes in France, returns to Cinémas Studio. This time, the monsters come out of the closet with “Freaks”, the focus of this 29th edition. Chills guaranteed until January 25 in Tours.

Cinema but also theatre, music, dance… Mickaël Achard is a happy man. The festival coordinator and Cinémas Studio, historical partners, were keen to offer the public a grandiose 29th edition despite the pandemic. The unmissable winter festival since 1993 is regaining color after a 2021 version, postponed and reduced to a weekend in August, due to covid. “Desire…Desires” will amaze you. On the menu this year:

“We are so happy that things are picking up quickly and that we can exchange views, welcome people. For us, it is really essential to maintain the link, both cultural and social, because we are a festival with a strong identity which welcomes people. very varied audiences but also people who need to meet and exchange”.

The conviviality, the festive spirit, which are part of the identity of “Désir…Désirs” will be present, but under health constraints. A very real difficulty for Mickaël. “There will be conviviality but we will not find it with the drinks usually organized with the directors. We could exchange face-to-face with them. There, it will be exchanges-debates in the room directly with the public but we will no longer be able to eat or have a drink as before”.

16 guests is unheard of for us and it shows that we want to exchange.

Mickaël Achard, festival coordinator

Maria de Medeiros and Bertrand Mandico will present their films in preview and Mickaël draws our attention to Alexis Langlois. A real nugget! “He is the new nugget of cinema. He has directed several short and medium-length films, he recently had an article in Inrocks, in Têtu. He hits. A silver leopard crowned his short film The Demons of Dorothy, at the Locarno festival.

He continues “on also receives luminaries, not necessarily directors, Didier Roth Béttoni, journalist at France Culture, who is a film historian, a reference in France for Queer cinema. There is also Sohan Pague, a young trans actor who plays in “Skam France” and in “Mauvais Genre”, a short film awarded at an international Queer festival.

Mickaël explains the reasons for this choice: “dAlready, there was this atmosphere during the confinements, hyper anxiety-provoking, hyper worrying, the deserted streets, the anxiety that was rising in everyone. We felt like we were in a movie, it was so surreal. It is also linked to the reality of the cinema”.

Today, horror films are a huge hit! Julia Ducournau, with Titane, a genre film, won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

The coordinator of “Désir…Désirs” confirms the change in the perception of this genre cinema. This “Freaks” focus is therefore both a subject linked to very anxiety-provoking news and to the reality of today’s cinema.

“There is a real recognition of the public and the cinema sector and professionals towards this genre cinema, which before was a sub-genre where we put a little everything and anything. Now it’s a real reference with cult films”.

“Desire…Desires” now has a well-established legitimacy. The questions of desires, of identities, are always the DNA over time, of the festival which has evolved with society and cinema. Gone are the days of insults and Cinemas Studio subscribers who tore up their menu at the first edition in 1993, organized by the Maison des Homosexualités de Touraine.

The strength of this festival is also a multidisciplinary program with concerts, shows in the themes of the festival, on the territory of Touraine and in Blois. Waiting for the 30th anniversary of the festival next year, which is already preparing behind the scenes with a book on the history of the 30 years of the festival.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome web content

Tours: the “Désir…Désirs” genre festival returns for its 29th edition

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(730) "For its new edition, “Désir…Désirs”, the oldest film festival addressing LGBT+ and gender themes in France, returns to Cinémas Studio. This time, the monsters come out of the closet with “Freaks”, the focus of this 29th edition. Chills guaranteed until January 25 in Tours. Cinema but also theatre, music, dance… Mickaël Achard is a happy ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6078) "

For its new edition, “Désir…Désirs”, the oldest film festival addressing LGBT+ and gender themes in France, returns to Cinémas Studio. This time, the monsters come out of the closet with “Freaks”, the focus of this 29th edition. Chills guaranteed until January 25 in Tours.

Cinema but also theatre, music, dance… Mickaël Achard is a happy man. The festival coordinator and Cinémas Studio, historical partners, were keen to offer the public a grandiose 29th edition despite the pandemic. The unmissable winter festival since 1993 is regaining color after a 2021 version, postponed and reduced to a weekend in August, due to covid. “Desire…Desires” will amaze you. On the menu this year:

“We are so happy that things are picking up quickly and that we can exchange views, welcome people. For us, it is really essential to maintain the link, both cultural and social, because we are a festival with a strong identity which welcomes people. very varied audiences but also people who need to meet and exchange”.

The conviviality, the festive spirit, which are part of the identity of “Désir…Désirs” will be present, but under health constraints. A very real difficulty for Mickaël. “There will be conviviality but we will not find it with the drinks usually organized with the directors. We could exchange face-to-face with them. There, it will be exchanges-debates in the room directly with the public but we will no longer be able to eat or have a drink as before”.

16 guests is unheard of for us and it shows that we want to exchange.

Mickaël Achard, festival coordinator

Maria de Medeiros and Bertrand Mandico will present their films in preview and Mickaël draws our attention to Alexis Langlois. A real nugget! “He is the new nugget of cinema. He has directed several short and medium-length films, he recently had an article in Inrocks, in Têtu. He hits. A silver leopard crowned his short film The Demons of Dorothy, at the Locarno festival.

He continues “on also receives luminaries, not necessarily directors, Didier Roth Béttoni, journalist at France Culture, who is a film historian, a reference in France for Queer cinema. There is also Sohan Pague, a young trans actor who plays in “Skam France” and in “Mauvais Genre”, a short film awarded at an international Queer festival.

Mickaël explains the reasons for this choice: “dAlready, there was this atmosphere during the confinements, hyper anxiety-provoking, hyper worrying, the deserted streets, the anxiety that was rising in everyone. We felt like we were in a movie, it was so surreal. It is also linked to the reality of the cinema”.

Today, horror films are a huge hit! Julia Ducournau, with Titane, a genre film, won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

The coordinator of “Désir…Désirs” confirms the change in the perception of this genre cinema. This “Freaks” focus is therefore both a subject linked to very anxiety-provoking news and to the reality of today’s cinema.

“There is a real recognition of the public and the cinema sector and professionals towards this genre cinema, which before was a sub-genre where we put a little everything and anything. Now it’s a real reference with cult films”.

“Desire…Desires” now has a well-established legitimacy. The questions of desires, of identities, are always the DNA over time, of the festival which has evolved with society and cinema. Gone are the days of insults and Cinemas Studio subscribers who tore up their menu at the first edition in 1993, organized by the Maison des Homosexualités de Touraine.

The strength of this festival is also a multidisciplinary program with concerts, shows in the themes of the festival, on the territory of Touraine and in Blois. Waiting for the 30th anniversary of the festival next year, which is already preparing behind the scenes with a book on the history of the 30 years of the festival.

We want to give thanks to the writer of this article for this awesome web content

Tours: the “Désir…Désirs” genre festival returns for its 29th edition

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642685430) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(117) "Federico Sturzenegger contradicted Joseph Stiglitz on the Argentine economy: what he said about the debt with the IMF" ["link"]=> string(152) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/federico-sturzenegger-contradicted-joseph-stiglitz-on-the-argentine-economy-what-he-said-about-the-debt-with-the-imf/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 20 Jan 2022 12:46:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(80) "Nobel PrizeArgentinecontradicteddebteconomyFedericoIMFJosephStiglitzSturzenegger" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12899" ["description"]=> string(836) "embedded dear @JosephEStiglitz, we’ve read with bewilderment your article in PS. We will always cherish you for showing that economics is fun and surprising, that new questions should be addressed. But my feeling is that in Argentina you have not dared to ask the uncomfortable questions. — Fede Sturzenegger (@fedesturze) January 19, 2022 “Let’s start ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5301) "

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“Let’s start with the pandemic. Ask why the government rejected 12 million Pfizer vaccines in 2020. A dark decision that condemned between 20 and 30 thousand Argentines to an early death. If you get an answer let us know, Argentines are still should one,” he added in relation to the vaccination campaign.

“You speak of a miracle but it is biased to look at the recovery from one of the most dire quarantines in the world. According to WEO, Argentina will have one of the worst results between 21 and 24 years. With extraordinary harvests, such a dismal performance is truly a miracle,” the economist said ironically in a series of 22 tweets.

In turn, he listed, from his perspective, what were the management errors of the Alberto Fernández government: “You talk about growth policies. You may want to ask why children were kept out of school for a year and a half ( I’ll tell you why: to please the unions). The earning capacity of an entire generation decreased by 12% for life” and added: “You talk about innovation (maybe it was a joke). High wealth taxes have produced an exodus of physical, business and human capital that Argentina had only seen during dictatorships. This government has destroyed innovation in fintech, software, transportation, etc.”

Regarding the public debt, he added: “It goes back to the policies of the Macri administration. But then he forgot to ask some questions. For example, the primary deficit that Fernández inherited was barely 0.4% of GDP, and this year , despite the “miraculous” recovery, it will be 3.3% of GDP. I don’t see the improvement.”

Then he mentioned the restriction imposed by the Central Bank on card fees: “You should ask what they are doing with this money. You will find out, for example, that they are paying half of the vacation expenses of rich Argentines. When you pay that with the inflation tax, you are giving to the rich and taking from the poor. I see nothing in favor of the poor in financing public spending with the inflation tax. Check the money printing numbers from last December, they will send a chill down your spine. It is not surprising that poverty is now at 40.6% (Macri’s in 2017 was 25.7%)”.

In relation to the public debt and the debt in dollars with the IMF, he stated: “It echoes the misconception that the IMF program increased the debt. But the debt levels in 2017 and 2018 are similar. The program was a reinvest with a cheaper creditor. I can’t see any harm in that. In fact, Martín Guzmán extends the date of the debt every day“.

Later, he recalled that Joseph Stiglitz visited the headquarters of the Central Bank the same day that the exchange trap was opened in the administration of Mauricio Macri: “The day we lifted the exchange rate controls with negative net reserves, he visited the Central Bank and praised the move. In fact, we had a celebratory lunch that day!”

Finally, the economist advised him: “I suggest you recover a little of your own spirit. Since you are the most respected economist in the Argentine government, I hope you have a more critical view. Helping them down the wrong path with false arguments is not the way to help.”

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Federico Sturzenegger contradicted Joseph Stiglitz on the Argentine economy: what he said about the debt with the IMF

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" } ["summary"]=> string(836) "embedded dear @JosephEStiglitz, we’ve read with bewilderment your article in PS. We will always cherish you for showing that economics is fun and surprising, that new questions should be addressed. But my feeling is that in Argentina you have not dared to ask the uncomfortable questions. — Fede Sturzenegger (@fedesturze) January 19, 2022 “Let’s start ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5301) "

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“Let’s start with the pandemic. Ask why the government rejected 12 million Pfizer vaccines in 2020. A dark decision that condemned between 20 and 30 thousand Argentines to an early death. If you get an answer let us know, Argentines are still should one,” he added in relation to the vaccination campaign.

“You speak of a miracle but it is biased to look at the recovery from one of the most dire quarantines in the world. According to WEO, Argentina will have one of the worst results between 21 and 24 years. With extraordinary harvests, such a dismal performance is truly a miracle,” the economist said ironically in a series of 22 tweets.

In turn, he listed, from his perspective, what were the management errors of the Alberto Fernández government: “You talk about growth policies. You may want to ask why children were kept out of school for a year and a half ( I’ll tell you why: to please the unions). The earning capacity of an entire generation decreased by 12% for life” and added: “You talk about innovation (maybe it was a joke). High wealth taxes have produced an exodus of physical, business and human capital that Argentina had only seen during dictatorships. This government has destroyed innovation in fintech, software, transportation, etc.”

Regarding the public debt, he added: “It goes back to the policies of the Macri administration. But then he forgot to ask some questions. For example, the primary deficit that Fernández inherited was barely 0.4% of GDP, and this year , despite the “miraculous” recovery, it will be 3.3% of GDP. I don’t see the improvement.”

Then he mentioned the restriction imposed by the Central Bank on card fees: “You should ask what they are doing with this money. You will find out, for example, that they are paying half of the vacation expenses of rich Argentines. When you pay that with the inflation tax, you are giving to the rich and taking from the poor. I see nothing in favor of the poor in financing public spending with the inflation tax. Check the money printing numbers from last December, they will send a chill down your spine. It is not surprising that poverty is now at 40.6% (Macri’s in 2017 was 25.7%)”.

In relation to the public debt and the debt in dollars with the IMF, he stated: “It echoes the misconception that the IMF program increased the debt. But the debt levels in 2017 and 2018 are similar. The program was a reinvest with a cheaper creditor. I can’t see any harm in that. In fact, Martín Guzmán extends the date of the debt every day“.

Later, he recalled that Joseph Stiglitz visited the headquarters of the Central Bank the same day that the exchange trap was opened in the administration of Mauricio Macri: “The day we lifted the exchange rate controls with negative net reserves, he visited the Central Bank and praised the move. In fact, we had a celebratory lunch that day!”

Finally, the economist advised him: “I suggest you recover a little of your own spirit. Since you are the most respected economist in the Argentine government, I hope you have a more critical view. Helping them down the wrong path with false arguments is not the way to help.”

We would love to say thanks to the author of this short article for this outstanding web content

Federico Sturzenegger contradicted Joseph Stiglitz on the Argentine economy: what he said about the debt with the IMF

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642682760) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(145) "DutchFounders lance un fonds d’amorage de 62 millions d’euros pour soutenir les fondateurs de la prochaine vague de places de march en Europe" ["link"]=> string(176) "https://awardworld.net/booker-prize/dutchfounders-lance-un-fonds-damorage-de-62-millions-deuros-pour-soutenir-les-fondateurs-de-la-prochaine-vague-de-places-de-march-en-europe/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Daniel Bivins" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 20 Jan 2022 10:03:53 +0000" ["category"]=> string(94) "Booker PrizedeurosDutchFoundersEuropefondateursfondslanceLesmillionspourprochainesoutenirvague" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12896" ["description"]=> string(939) "Class dans : Les affairesSujets : Nouveaux produits et services, Comptabilit, Capital de risque AMSTERDAM, 20janvier2022 /PRNewswire/ — DutchFounders a atteint la phase de clture finale de son deuxime fonds, mettant plus de 62millions d’euros (70millions de dollars) la disposition des places de march et des crateurs de places de march. Ce fonds s’inscrit dans ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9510) "
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AMSTERDAM, 20janvier2022 /PRNewswire/ — DutchFounders a atteint la phase de clture finale de son deuxime fonds, mettant plus de 62millions d’euros (70millions de dollars) la disposition des places de march et des crateurs de places de march. Ce fonds s’inscrit dans la tendance plus gnrale des socits de capital-risque se concentrer sur des niches spcifiques.

Fond par des entrepreneurs expriments (WeTransfer, Treatwell, Just Eat, Hiber, fonQ) en 2019, DutchFounders a soutenu des entreprises comme le transitaire numrique Shyppleet la plateforme d’avantages sociaux pour les employsYourCampus.Aujourd’hui, un an et demi seulement aprs avoir annonc son premier fonds, la socit de capital-risque nerlandaise a ouvert son nouveau fonds de pramorage/amorage de 62millions d’euros.Ce fonds servira investir dans des places de march mergentes, en tirant parti de l’exprience que l’quipe a acquise au cours de la cration de Just-Eat, WeTransfer et Treatwell.

La socit de capital-risque base Amsterdam a remarqu que de nombreuses chanes d’approvisionnement et oprations commerciales B2B restaient hors ligne.En particulier dans le domaine du commerce B2B, nombreuses sont les entreprises qui s’appuient encore sur d’anciens systmes hrits et des processus analogiques pour s’occuper de leur logistique ou de leurs achats. Aujourd’hui, il a t dcid que le fonds Dutch Founders Fund devrait soutenir ceux qui crent des marchs qui rvolutionnent vritablement ces processus ou les entreprises qui repensent compltement les chanes d’approvisionnement. Rorienter l’offre et la demande tout en dplaant l’intermdiaire, c’est ce que nous recherchons, a dclar Laurens Groenendijk, partenaire fondateur du fonds.

Le fonds a pleinement adopt les places de march, car ce modle conomique contribue crer de meilleures conomies, qui sont plus galitaires. Outre les gains d’efficacit, une place de march cre de la transparence et permet une distribution plus quitable des ressources. Il n’y a pas si longtemps, les rgles taient fixes par l’acteur dominant. Dsormais, les gens peuvent suivre leurs commandes, comparer les avis, ngocier un meilleur prix et acclrer leurs oprations. Les places de march ont vritablement cr des conditions quitables pour l’offre et la demande, aexpliqu Groenendijk.

La socit de capital-risque vise investir la majorit de son fonds (soit plus de 70%) dans des entreprises europennes. Plus prcisment, le fonds est l’afft des places de march qui facilitent et intgrent des parties plus importantes de la chane de valeur, telles que les paiements et la logistique. Cela inclut les technologies qui permettent des transactions sans heurts, comme les solutions fintech ou les applications web3. Les marketplace enablers (crateurs de place de march頻), comme les appelle le fonds.

Le pass entrepreneurial de l’quipe de DutchFounders reste l’un de ses plus grands atouts, chacun des membres ayant connu des hauts et des bas dans la gestion de sa propre entreprise. Le fonds offre un soutien en matire de finance, de relations publiques, de durabilit, de ressources humaines et de produits, ce qui en fait un interlocuteur unique pour les fondateurs en phase de pramorage et d’amorage. Il n’y a pas de place pour l’argent institutionnel: leur nouveau fonds est entirement financ par plus de 100entrepreneurs (technologiques) renomms de toute l’Europe.

Nous savons par exprience ce que c’est que de traiter avec de nombreuses parties prenantes diffrentes et comment surmonter les difficults qui s’amonclent au stade initial. Lancer une entreprise est facile, en faire une activit florissante est une autre affaire. Nous croyons en un mentorat intense, de l’idation votre financement de srie A, c’est pourquoi nous investissons trs tt et entirement. Notre faon de faire est peut-tre peu orthodoxe, mais c’est parce que nous comprenons vraiment les enjeux.

propos du fonds Dutch Founders Fund

Le Dutch Founders Fund est un fonds de capital-risque d’Amsterdam, cr par un groupe d’entrepreneurs nerlandais prospres dont Laurens Groenendijk (Just Eat, Treatwell, Miinto, Hiber), Patrick Kerssemakers (fonQ), Bas Beerens (WeTransfer), Hidde Hoogcarspel (Spacebuzz) et Remco van Zanten (Booking, Zalando, Vinted et BCG).

Le fonds est spcialis dans les places de march et les entreprises ayant un fort effet de rseau. Depuis son lancement en 2018, le fonds a investi avec succs dans 16 entreprises. Voici certaines de ces entreprises: YourCampus, Shypple, Vintage Cash Cow, Lumaly, Blanco, Nostics, Reveall, Veylinx, Wonderkind, Voicebooking, Fleks, Minimum, Caya, Winc Academy, Buildstream et Tracedock (appartenant CM.com). Le fonds total compte prs de 100millions d’euros d’actifs sous gestion. DutchFounders est un partenaire engag de l’initiative Fundright de Techleap.

Note l’intention de la presse:

Veuillez contacter basrieter@dutchfoundersfund.compour obtenir des informations supplmentaires sur notre fonds, des entretiens (exclusifs) avec nos fondateurs, des citations supplmentaires ou un aperu de l’tat des technologies et des marchs europens. Nous serons plus qu’heureux de fournir ces informations.

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Class dans : Les affaires
Sujets : Nouveaux produits et services, Comptabilit, Capital de risque

AMSTERDAM, 20janvier2022 /PRNewswire/ — DutchFounders a atteint la phase de clture finale de son deuxime fonds, mettant plus de 62millions d’euros (70millions de dollars) la disposition des places de march et des crateurs de places de march. Ce fonds s’inscrit dans la tendance plus gnrale des socits de capital-risque se concentrer sur des niches spcifiques.

Fond par des entrepreneurs expriments (WeTransfer, Treatwell, Just Eat, Hiber, fonQ) en 2019, DutchFounders a soutenu des entreprises comme le transitaire numrique Shyppleet la plateforme d’avantages sociaux pour les employsYourCampus.Aujourd’hui, un an et demi seulement aprs avoir annonc son premier fonds, la socit de capital-risque nerlandaise a ouvert son nouveau fonds de pramorage/amorage de 62millions d’euros.Ce fonds servira investir dans des places de march mergentes, en tirant parti de l’exprience que l’quipe a acquise au cours de la cration de Just-Eat, WeTransfer et Treatwell.

La socit de capital-risque base Amsterdam a remarqu que de nombreuses chanes d’approvisionnement et oprations commerciales B2B restaient hors ligne.En particulier dans le domaine du commerce B2B, nombreuses sont les entreprises qui s’appuient encore sur d’anciens systmes hrits et des processus analogiques pour s’occuper de leur logistique ou de leurs achats. Aujourd’hui, il a t dcid que le fonds Dutch Founders Fund devrait soutenir ceux qui crent des marchs qui rvolutionnent vritablement ces processus ou les entreprises qui repensent compltement les chanes d’approvisionnement. Rorienter l’offre et la demande tout en dplaant l’intermdiaire, c’est ce que nous recherchons, a dclar Laurens Groenendijk, partenaire fondateur du fonds.

Le fonds a pleinement adopt les places de march, car ce modle conomique contribue crer de meilleures conomies, qui sont plus galitaires. Outre les gains d’efficacit, une place de march cre de la transparence et permet une distribution plus quitable des ressources. Il n’y a pas si longtemps, les rgles taient fixes par l’acteur dominant. Dsormais, les gens peuvent suivre leurs commandes, comparer les avis, ngocier un meilleur prix et acclrer leurs oprations. Les places de march ont vritablement cr des conditions quitables pour l’offre et la demande, aexpliqu Groenendijk.

La socit de capital-risque vise investir la majorit de son fonds (soit plus de 70%) dans des entreprises europennes. Plus prcisment, le fonds est l’afft des places de march qui facilitent et intgrent des parties plus importantes de la chane de valeur, telles que les paiements et la logistique. Cela inclut les technologies qui permettent des transactions sans heurts, comme les solutions fintech ou les applications web3. Les marketplace enablers (crateurs de place de march頻), comme les appelle le fonds.

Le pass entrepreneurial de l’quipe de DutchFounders reste l’un de ses plus grands atouts, chacun des membres ayant connu des hauts et des bas dans la gestion de sa propre entreprise. Le fonds offre un soutien en matire de finance, de relations publiques, de durabilit, de ressources humaines et de produits, ce qui en fait un interlocuteur unique pour les fondateurs en phase de pramorage et d’amorage. Il n’y a pas de place pour l’argent institutionnel: leur nouveau fonds est entirement financ par plus de 100entrepreneurs (technologiques) renomms de toute l’Europe.

Nous savons par exprience ce que c’est que de traiter avec de nombreuses parties prenantes diffrentes et comment surmonter les difficults qui s’amonclent au stade initial. Lancer une entreprise est facile, en faire une activit florissante est une autre affaire. Nous croyons en un mentorat intense, de l’idation votre financement de srie A, c’est pourquoi nous investissons trs tt et entirement. Notre faon de faire est peut-tre peu orthodoxe, mais c’est parce que nous comprenons vraiment les enjeux.

propos du fonds Dutch Founders Fund

Le Dutch Founders Fund est un fonds de capital-risque d’Amsterdam, cr par un groupe d’entrepreneurs nerlandais prospres dont Laurens Groenendijk (Just Eat, Treatwell, Miinto, Hiber), Patrick Kerssemakers (fonQ), Bas Beerens (WeTransfer), Hidde Hoogcarspel (Spacebuzz) et Remco van Zanten (Booking, Zalando, Vinted et BCG).

Le fonds est spcialis dans les places de march et les entreprises ayant un fort effet de rseau. Depuis son lancement en 2018, le fonds a investi avec succs dans 16 entreprises. Voici certaines de ces entreprises: YourCampus, Shypple, Vintage Cash Cow, Lumaly, Blanco, Nostics, Reveall, Veylinx, Wonderkind, Voicebooking, Fleks, Minimum, Caya, Winc Academy, Buildstream et Tracedock (appartenant CM.com). Le fonds total compte prs de 100millions d’euros d’actifs sous gestion. DutchFounders est un partenaire engag de l’initiative Fundright de Techleap.

Note l’intention de la presse:

Veuillez contacter basrieter@dutchfoundersfund.compour obtenir des informations supplmentaires sur notre fonds, des entretiens (exclusifs) avec nos fondateurs, des citations supplmentaires ou un aperu de l’tat des technologies et des marchs europens. Nous serons plus qu’heureux de fournir ces informations.

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Alexander Guyot

In a thread of 22 tweets, the former president of the Central Bank, Frederic Sturzenegger He responded this Wednesday to the Nobel Prize in Economics and mentor of Martín Guzmán, Joseph Stiglitzwho had spoken of aArgentine miracle from the recovery of the economy. “My feeling is that he hasn’t dared to ask the uncomfortable questions.”, affirmed the Argentine economist in the social network.

Sturzenegger responded in English, the same language in which Stiglitz published his article in the magazine Project Syndicate. Head of the Central Bank between 2015 and 2018, the former official criticized the reasoning of the American professor at Columbia University, defended the management of Cambiemos and questioned the Government’s discourse regarding the accumulation of debt in the previous period.

“You speak of a miracle but it’s biased to look at the recovery from one of the world’s scariest quarantines”, stated Sturzenegger in one of his first tweets. In that sense, he cited data from the IMF’s World Economic Outlook observatory. “According to WEO, Argentina will have one of the worst results between 21 and 24 years old. With bumper crops, such dismal performance is truly a miracle”, he added.

Sturzenegger, who is a professor at Harvard University (United States), the School of Higher Business Studies (HEC, France) and San Andrés (Argentina), completed his thread with a photo that was taken at the beginning of his term at the Central Bank in 2015 together with Joseph Stiglitz. The American had visited the facilities then together with the then unknown to the public Martin Guzman.

Sturzenegger with Joseph Stiglitz and Martín Guzmán in a 2015 photo.

@fedesturze

Sturzenegger with Joseph Stiglitz and Martín Guzmán in a 2015 photo. (@fedesturze/)

The Argentine economist did so when referring to the reserves of the Central Bank. In his message, he suggests asking about different elements regarding Argentine politics that, in his opinion, were not taken into account in the text published in Project Syndicate.

According to Sturzenegger, in the five years before Mauricio Macri took power50,000 million dollars were looted” recorded in a strong criticism of the management of Cristina Kirchner. “When Macri came to power, the reserves in the central bank were negative. Asset reduction is a form of indebtedness,” he assessed.

In that context, he alluded to Stiglitz’s visit. “You can remember this because on December 17, 2015, the day we lifted exchange rate controls with negative net reserves, visited the Central Bank and praised the move. In fact, we had a celebratory lunch that day!” he recalled.

The message you sharedó  Sturzenegger on Stiglitz's visit in 2015.

Twitter

The message that Sturzenegger shared about Stiglitz’s visit in 2015. (Twitter /)

Sturzenegger shared the tweet from that day in which Sturzenegger is seen together with Stiglitz, Guzmán, and the then Central Vice President, Lucas Llach. “The day we opened the stocks, Joseph Stiglitz visited us. We took the opportunity to chat about anti-inflationary policy”, he had written on that occasion.

Debt

Stiglitz’s praise of restructuring with private creditors carried out by Martín Guzmán also deserved questioning by Sturzenegger. “The interest rate of the debt that was restructured was 5% according to the numbers of Martín Guzmán. With a historical nominal GDP growth of 4%, the debt was practically sustainable. With inflation in the US at 7% even more so,” he observed.

Sturzenegger elaborated on this point. “The problem with pursuing debt restructuring that is sustainable is that the government becomes unreliable. The country risk is now -after the “necessary” and “successful” restructuring- of 18% in dollars. I can’t see a benefit in that”, he asserted.

Sturzenegger asked him to raise various questions with the Government. “You can also ask why, if you are worried about debt, the government allowed inflation-indexed debt grew so fast”, he pointed out and assured: “It has grown 25% in value in dollars last year, adding only in 2021, an amount equivalent to almost half of the controversial IMF loan (and this is actually new real debt).”

However, he added with a hint of indignation. “By the way, the government says that inflation-indexed debt is not a problem. In fact, he claims that it does not exist! Can you ask why they say this?

According to Sturzenegger, Stiglitz is guided by a misconception regarding the IMF loan.

Twitter

According to Sturzenegger, Stiglitz is guided by a misconception about the IMF loan. (Twitter/)

The former Cambiemos official also noticed the loan of more than 44,000 million dollars with the IMF. This is one of the permanent arguments of the Frente de Todos, and that was rescued by Stiglitz in his article, pointing out that he “failed” in its implementation. Sturzenegger was still in charge of the Central Bank when the country turned to the credit agency in June 2018.

It echoes the misconception that the IMF program increased debt. But debt levels in 2017 and 2018 are similar” retorted the Argentine economist along with an explanatory graph. “The program was a reinvestment with a cheaper creditor. I can’t see a harm in that. In fact, Martín Guzmán renews debt every day”, he added.

“Chills in the spine”

In another section, Sturzenegger criticized him for having talked about “innovation” in the Government of Alberto Fernández. “Maybe it was a joke”, he expressed. “High wealth taxes have produced a exodus of physical, business and human capital that Argentina had only seen during the dictatorships. This government has destroyed innovation in fintech, software, transportation, etc.”, he elaborated.

The defense of Mauricio Macri’s management occupied several of the tweets. Stiglitz had blamed the previous administration for the heavy burden with which the Frente de Todos took over. “Let us bear in mind that Argentina was already in a recession when the pandemic hit, due largely to the economic mismanagement of the previous president, Mauricio Macri”the Nobel Prize had claimed.

forgot to ask some questions”, he recorded when referring to the “policies of the Macri administration” questioned. “For example, him primary deficit that Fernández inherited was barely 0.4% of GDP, and this year, despite the “miraculous” recovery, it will be 3.3% of GDP. I don’t see the improvement,” he emphasized.

In addition to the external debt, the famous financial bicycle and the policies of the government of Mauricio Macri, Sturzenegger took advantage of the message to question the delay in the purchase of 12 million Pfizer vaccines which, he stated, “sentenced between 20 or 30 thousand Argentines to premature death”. She asked him about it. “If you get an answer, let us know, the Argentines still owe you one,” she launched.

Sturzenegger said that the definition of an Argentine miracle is

Twitter

Sturzenegger said that the definition of an Argentine miracle is “biased”. (Twitter/)

Also, as he had already done days before through social networks, questioned the impulse of Pre-Trip Program, through which the State reimburses 50% of tourist expenses. Sturzenegger linked it to the fiscal deficit. “You will find out, for example, that they are paying half of the vacation expenses of rich Argentines. When you pay for that with the inflation tax, you are giving to the rich and taking from the poor,” he elaborated.

The economist argued that sees nothing “in favor of the poor in financing public spending with the inflation tax”. And he asked her, in that sense, to verify the numbers of the December 2021 monetary issue. “They’ll send a chill down your spine” described Sturzenegger and added: “It is not surprising that poverty is now at 40.6% (Macri’s in 2017 was 25.7%)”.

Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz

On the other hand, he criticized the optimistic analysis regarding the increase in exports, since, at the same time, the withholdings are applied. “Why does the government tax exporters 50% of their cash flow and subsidize importers the same amount? Perhaps you can find some meaning in this that here, in Argentina, we are still trying to decipher”, he challenged him.

The restrictions on the sale of meat abroad were not far from the analysis in that sense. “If you manage to solve this, you can continue to wonder why they prohibit the export of some products, for example meat, reduce supply, increase prices and allow our markets to be lost, perhaps forever, to the smarter competition of our neighboring countries. “, Held.

carry trade

The argument of carry tradea sophisticated version of what became known as financial bicycle, was another of the points in Stiglitz’s text that Sturzenegger stopped to analyze regarding indebtedness. It is the sale of dollars to make investments in pesos and, with a positive return, convert the amount back into dollars. He asked him to be “careful” with that argument, considering that it may be behind a “scarecrow”.

“If you look at the data, you will find that portfolio flows destined for the carry trade were practically nil. Most of the portfolio flows were directed to public debt denominated in dollars and were not related to the carry trade,” explained the former Cambiemos official.

Economy Minister Martín Guzmán Saludó  to the economist Joseph Stiglitz

Economy Minister Martín Guzmán greeted economist Joseph Stiglitz

Economy Minister Martín Guzmán greeted economist Joseph Stiglitz

He added: “Carry trade is too dangerous with a floating rate, this limits its size. It has been one of the main criticisms of this government to the previous administration but it does not withstand the scrutiny of the data”. The Argentine professor suggested that he review a text you posted in the JSTOR digital library about it.

Critical spirit

At the end of the thread, Sturzenegger praised Stiglitz’s academic career and expressed his respect and admiration for it. “There is nothing you can say or write that will change our admiration for you.. His contributions to our understanding of public finance, labor, credit, and asset markets are unsurpassed. Your study of risk, simply mind-boggling,” he wrote.

And deepened: “You taught us to ask fun questions, to challenge our own viewsto see things from a different angle. I can think of no other economist (perhaps Robert Lucas?) who has made such an impression on so many generations of economists.”

However, she expressed a question about the ending. “I suggest you get some of your own spirit back“, he claimed. “Since you are the most respected economist in the Argentine government, I hope you have a more critical view. Helping them down the wrong path with false arguments is not the way to help”, he concluded.

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“Argentine miracle”: Sturzenegger questioned Stiglitz on Twitter and reminded him of an uncomfortable moment

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Alexander Guyot

In a thread of 22 tweets, the former president of the Central Bank, Frederic Sturzenegger He responded this Wednesday to the Nobel Prize in Economics and mentor of Martín Guzmán, Joseph Stiglitzwho had spoken of aArgentine miracle from the recovery of the economy. “My feeling is that he hasn’t dared to ask the uncomfortable questions.”, affirmed the Argentine economist in the social network.

Sturzenegger responded in English, the same language in which Stiglitz published his article in the magazine Project Syndicate. Head of the Central Bank between 2015 and 2018, the former official criticized the reasoning of the American professor at Columbia University, defended the management of Cambiemos and questioned the Government’s discourse regarding the accumulation of debt in the previous period.

“You speak of a miracle but it’s biased to look at the recovery from one of the world’s scariest quarantines”, stated Sturzenegger in one of his first tweets. In that sense, he cited data from the IMF’s World Economic Outlook observatory. “According to WEO, Argentina will have one of the worst results between 21 and 24 years old. With bumper crops, such dismal performance is truly a miracle”, he added.

Sturzenegger, who is a professor at Harvard University (United States), the School of Higher Business Studies (HEC, France) and San Andrés (Argentina), completed his thread with a photo that was taken at the beginning of his term at the Central Bank in 2015 together with Joseph Stiglitz. The American had visited the facilities then together with the then unknown to the public Martin Guzman.

Sturzenegger with Joseph Stiglitz and Martín Guzmán in a 2015 photo.

@fedesturze

Sturzenegger with Joseph Stiglitz and Martín Guzmán in a 2015 photo. (@fedesturze/)

The Argentine economist did so when referring to the reserves of the Central Bank. In his message, he suggests asking about different elements regarding Argentine politics that, in his opinion, were not taken into account in the text published in Project Syndicate.

According to Sturzenegger, in the five years before Mauricio Macri took power50,000 million dollars were looted” recorded in a strong criticism of the management of Cristina Kirchner. “When Macri came to power, the reserves in the central bank were negative. Asset reduction is a form of indebtedness,” he assessed.

In that context, he alluded to Stiglitz’s visit. “You can remember this because on December 17, 2015, the day we lifted exchange rate controls with negative net reserves, visited the Central Bank and praised the move. In fact, we had a celebratory lunch that day!” he recalled.

The message you sharedó  Sturzenegger on Stiglitz's visit in 2015.

Twitter

The message that Sturzenegger shared about Stiglitz’s visit in 2015. (Twitter /)

Sturzenegger shared the tweet from that day in which Sturzenegger is seen together with Stiglitz, Guzmán, and the then Central Vice President, Lucas Llach. “The day we opened the stocks, Joseph Stiglitz visited us. We took the opportunity to chat about anti-inflationary policy”, he had written on that occasion.

Debt

Stiglitz’s praise of restructuring with private creditors carried out by Martín Guzmán also deserved questioning by Sturzenegger. “The interest rate of the debt that was restructured was 5% according to the numbers of Martín Guzmán. With a historical nominal GDP growth of 4%, the debt was practically sustainable. With inflation in the US at 7% even more so,” he observed.

Sturzenegger elaborated on this point. “The problem with pursuing debt restructuring that is sustainable is that the government becomes unreliable. The country risk is now -after the “necessary” and “successful” restructuring- of 18% in dollars. I can’t see a benefit in that”, he asserted.

Sturzenegger asked him to raise various questions with the Government. “You can also ask why, if you are worried about debt, the government allowed inflation-indexed debt grew so fast”, he pointed out and assured: “It has grown 25% in value in dollars last year, adding only in 2021, an amount equivalent to almost half of the controversial IMF loan (and this is actually new real debt).”

However, he added with a hint of indignation. “By the way, the government says that inflation-indexed debt is not a problem. In fact, he claims that it does not exist! Can you ask why they say this?

According to Sturzenegger, Stiglitz is guided by a misconception regarding the IMF loan.

Twitter

According to Sturzenegger, Stiglitz is guided by a misconception about the IMF loan. (Twitter/)

The former Cambiemos official also noticed the loan of more than 44,000 million dollars with the IMF. This is one of the permanent arguments of the Frente de Todos, and that was rescued by Stiglitz in his article, pointing out that he “failed” in its implementation. Sturzenegger was still in charge of the Central Bank when the country turned to the credit agency in June 2018.

It echoes the misconception that the IMF program increased debt. But debt levels in 2017 and 2018 are similar” retorted the Argentine economist along with an explanatory graph. “The program was a reinvestment with a cheaper creditor. I can’t see a harm in that. In fact, Martín Guzmán renews debt every day”, he added.

“Chills in the spine”

In another section, Sturzenegger criticized him for having talked about “innovation” in the Government of Alberto Fernández. “Maybe it was a joke”, he expressed. “High wealth taxes have produced a exodus of physical, business and human capital that Argentina had only seen during the dictatorships. This government has destroyed innovation in fintech, software, transportation, etc.”, he elaborated.

The defense of Mauricio Macri’s management occupied several of the tweets. Stiglitz had blamed the previous administration for the heavy burden with which the Frente de Todos took over. “Let us bear in mind that Argentina was already in a recession when the pandemic hit, due largely to the economic mismanagement of the previous president, Mauricio Macri”the Nobel Prize had claimed.

forgot to ask some questions”, he recorded when referring to the “policies of the Macri administration” questioned. “For example, him primary deficit that Fernández inherited was barely 0.4% of GDP, and this year, despite the “miraculous” recovery, it will be 3.3% of GDP. I don’t see the improvement,” he emphasized.

In addition to the external debt, the famous financial bicycle and the policies of the government of Mauricio Macri, Sturzenegger took advantage of the message to question the delay in the purchase of 12 million Pfizer vaccines which, he stated, “sentenced between 20 or 30 thousand Argentines to premature death”. She asked him about it. “If you get an answer, let us know, the Argentines still owe you one,” she launched.

Sturzenegger said that the definition of an Argentine miracle is

Twitter

Sturzenegger said that the definition of an Argentine miracle is “biased”. (Twitter/)

Also, as he had already done days before through social networks, questioned the impulse of Pre-Trip Program, through which the State reimburses 50% of tourist expenses. Sturzenegger linked it to the fiscal deficit. “You will find out, for example, that they are paying half of the vacation expenses of rich Argentines. When you pay for that with the inflation tax, you are giving to the rich and taking from the poor,” he elaborated.

The economist argued that sees nothing “in favor of the poor in financing public spending with the inflation tax”. And he asked her, in that sense, to verify the numbers of the December 2021 monetary issue. “They’ll send a chill down your spine” described Sturzenegger and added: “It is not surprising that poverty is now at 40.6% (Macri’s in 2017 was 25.7%)”.

Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz

On the other hand, he criticized the optimistic analysis regarding the increase in exports, since, at the same time, the withholdings are applied. “Why does the government tax exporters 50% of their cash flow and subsidize importers the same amount? Perhaps you can find some meaning in this that here, in Argentina, we are still trying to decipher”, he challenged him.

The restrictions on the sale of meat abroad were not far from the analysis in that sense. “If you manage to solve this, you can continue to wonder why they prohibit the export of some products, for example meat, reduce supply, increase prices and allow our markets to be lost, perhaps forever, to the smarter competition of our neighboring countries. “, Held.

carry trade

The argument of carry tradea sophisticated version of what became known as financial bicycle, was another of the points in Stiglitz’s text that Sturzenegger stopped to analyze regarding indebtedness. It is the sale of dollars to make investments in pesos and, with a positive return, convert the amount back into dollars. He asked him to be “careful” with that argument, considering that it may be behind a “scarecrow”.

“If you look at the data, you will find that portfolio flows destined for the carry trade were practically nil. Most of the portfolio flows were directed to public debt denominated in dollars and were not related to the carry trade,” explained the former Cambiemos official.

Economy Minister Martín Guzmán Saludó  to the economist Joseph Stiglitz

Economy Minister Martín Guzmán greeted economist Joseph Stiglitz

Economy Minister Martín Guzmán greeted economist Joseph Stiglitz

He added: “Carry trade is too dangerous with a floating rate, this limits its size. It has been one of the main criticisms of this government to the previous administration but it does not withstand the scrutiny of the data”. The Argentine professor suggested that he review a text you posted in the JSTOR digital library about it.

Critical spirit

At the end of the thread, Sturzenegger praised Stiglitz’s academic career and expressed his respect and admiration for it. “There is nothing you can say or write that will change our admiration for you.. His contributions to our understanding of public finance, labor, credit, and asset markets are unsurpassed. Your study of risk, simply mind-boggling,” he wrote.

And deepened: “You taught us to ask fun questions, to challenge our own viewsto see things from a different angle. I can think of no other economist (perhaps Robert Lucas?) who has made such an impression on so many generations of economists.”

However, she expressed a question about the ending. “I suggest you get some of your own spirit back“, he claimed. “Since you are the most respected economist in the Argentine government, I hope you have a more critical view. Helping them down the wrong path with false arguments is not the way to help”, he concluded.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this awesome material

“Argentine miracle”: Sturzenegger questioned Stiglitz on Twitter and reminded him of an uncomfortable moment

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NSYNC was nominated for eight Grammys

There are formulas that never fail and are destined for success. But, in order not to waste characters on multiple examples, One of the largest must be highlighted: the boy bands Although the characteristics vary according to the fashions of the decade, in essence they are always the same, and some were considered the greatest bands in history. In the case of NSYNC, who was an icon of the nineties, only one member went on to be remembered by pop culture and the rest vanished as if they had never been.

The boy bands were born in the ’40s from the hand of the male quartets that performed doo-wop songs in unison and became official with the resounding arrival of the Beatles in the ’60s.

The renowned rock band from Liverpool, despite the pain of musical snobs, is for many experts the mother of boy bands. Then came the ’70s, defined by The Jackson Five Y, Thus, we arrive at the relevant decade for this article: the ’90s and the acclaimed pop boom.

Accidents, excesses and murders: the tragic stories of celebrities who died at the peak of their career

Upbeat music, futuristic outfits and choreographies that everyone knew by dint of practice and repetition, were the elements that defined these musical ensembles. At the head came the boys from NSYNC, whose songs earned the position of the most listened to year after year. His hits are remembered to this day and, very surely, if “Bye, Bye, Bye” and “Everybody” are played at a party, most of those present can sing even if it is the chorus.

NYSNC consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Lance Bass.

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NYSNC was made up of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and Lance Bass (L. Busacca/)

The boy band, contrary to what many believe, was not formed solely by Justin Timberlake. Next to him were JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and Lance Bass. The five of them worked side by side for seven years, which were -perhaps- the most successful of their lives. They were nominated for eight Grammys, they worked with legendary names in music such as Elton John and the album they released broke sales records.

NSYNC was a '90s boy band icon

NSYNC was an icon of the boy bands of the ’90s.

NSYNC was an icon of the boy bands of the ’90s.

It was 2001, their faces covered the rooms of thousands of teenagers and appeared on every magazine cover. With everything going for you, premiered celebrity, which would be -unbeknownst to them- their last album. Once again, they sold millions of copies in just one week and their songs were playing on every radio station. At that point, the production company announced that they would go on hiatus to promote Justin Timberlake’s solo work. But the supposed vacations were extended until culminating in the end of the band.

The 5 most beloved children in Hollywood who revolutionized cinema and then disappeared

Timberlake, supported by the label, continued among the most acclaimed celebrities and went from music to acting without a problem. He got involved with outstanding artists, participated in multiple film productions and added a couple more awards to his already full shelf. This time, the statuettes only had his name engraved. Over the years, he married Jessica Biel and had two beautiful children. Although he made it clear on several occasions that he was not against a meeting of NSYNC, he was never too willing.

The voice behind “Cry me a river” went on his way to fame but… What happened to the rest?

Lance Bass he set out to prepare himself as an astronaut so that he could travel to the moon. He trained, studied, got NASA certifications, and did everything to join a Russian mission that would send him into space in 2002. Sadly, he hit an obstacle that he could not overcome: he had to pay an amount of 20 million dollars and he could not get the money.

Lance Bass and his husband, Michael Turchin, became parents in 2021

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Lance Bass and her husband, Michael Turchin, became parents in 2021 (instagram/)

With the frustrated space dream, he tried to resume his artistic career. He appeared in multiple reality shows, went through some Broadway stages and lent his voice to various cartoon characters. Finally, she focused on domestic life and activism to defend the rights of the LGBTIQ+ community. She married and, together with her husband, became parents in November 2021.

Naya Rivera, the actress who suffered the Glee curse: from being a Hollywood promise to a tragic end

Bass wasn’t the only one struggling to keep his art career alive. Chris Kirkpatrick created several bands after NSYNC in an attempt to express his vocation as a boy band member but he did not have much luck. After several failures, he disappeared only to return in a series of reality shows that sought to revive celebrities from the past. Once his brief and unhappy stint on television was over, he decided that his thing was social networks and, to this day, he organizes game nights on his Instagram account.

Chris Kirkpatrick was the one who suffered the most.  the separation of NSYNC

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Chris Kirkpatrick was the one who suffered the most from the separation of NSYNC (instagram /)

For Kirkpatrick the end of the band that brought him to fame was, perhaps, harder than for the rest. In dialogue with Huffington Post assured that “he was not ready for it to end” and that he was lost once he realized that they would never step on stage together again.

The before and after of 7 Hollywood hunks who stole the hearts of their fans in the ’80s

Joey Fatone I agreed with him and assured that, despite being happy about Timberlake’s triumph, it seemed strange to him that the record company never made it clear that the plan was to dissolve NSYNC. Once it happened, and seeing that there was no turning back, he tried his luck at the movies. After his debut with my big greek wedding, he opted for the Broadway stage and found his niche hosting game shows.

As of 2019, Joey Fatone hosts a game show called Common Knowledge.

instagram

Since 2019, Joey Fatone hosts a game show called Common Knowledge (instagram/)

Last but not least, it is JC Chasez. Shy and reclusive, he was never very fond of the herds of fans and paparazzi that followed him wherever he went. Perhaps, of all the members of the musical ensemble, he was the one who was most happy that the maelstrom had ended. He spent a couple of years writing songs for other artists, but finally chose to disappear from the public scene and is rarely seen.

JC Chasez captured by paparazzi

JC Chasez captured by paparazzi

JC Chasez captured by paparazzi

Even if NSYNC ended amid miscommunications and conflicts caused by the pursuit of individual interests, no hard feelings remained between the musicians. At least, none so big that they cut off relationship. Years after the hiatus that turned into disbandment, the band got together to play twice more and some of them keep in touch.

We want to thank the writer of this write-up for this remarkable web content

From eight Grammys to oblivion: this is how the members of NSYNC are today, the band that redefined the music of the ’90s

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(812) "NSYNC was nominated for eight Grammys There are formulas that never fail and are destined for success. But, in order not to waste characters on multiple examples, One of the largest must be highlighted: the boy bands Although the characteristics vary according to the fashions of the decade, in essence they are always the same, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(14549) "

NSYNC was nominated for eight Grammys

There are formulas that never fail and are destined for success. But, in order not to waste characters on multiple examples, One of the largest must be highlighted: the boy bands Although the characteristics vary according to the fashions of the decade, in essence they are always the same, and some were considered the greatest bands in history. In the case of NSYNC, who was an icon of the nineties, only one member went on to be remembered by pop culture and the rest vanished as if they had never been.

The boy bands were born in the ’40s from the hand of the male quartets that performed doo-wop songs in unison and became official with the resounding arrival of the Beatles in the ’60s.

The renowned rock band from Liverpool, despite the pain of musical snobs, is for many experts the mother of boy bands. Then came the ’70s, defined by The Jackson Five Y, Thus, we arrive at the relevant decade for this article: the ’90s and the acclaimed pop boom.

Accidents, excesses and murders: the tragic stories of celebrities who died at the peak of their career

Upbeat music, futuristic outfits and choreographies that everyone knew by dint of practice and repetition, were the elements that defined these musical ensembles. At the head came the boys from NSYNC, whose songs earned the position of the most listened to year after year. His hits are remembered to this day and, very surely, if “Bye, Bye, Bye” and “Everybody” are played at a party, most of those present can sing even if it is the chorus.

NYSNC consisted of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick, and Lance Bass.

L. Busacca

NYSNC was made up of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and Lance Bass (L. Busacca/)

The boy band, contrary to what many believe, was not formed solely by Justin Timberlake. Next to him were JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and Lance Bass. The five of them worked side by side for seven years, which were -perhaps- the most successful of their lives. They were nominated for eight Grammys, they worked with legendary names in music such as Elton John and the album they released broke sales records.

NSYNC was a '90s boy band icon

NSYNC was an icon of the boy bands of the ’90s.

NSYNC was an icon of the boy bands of the ’90s.

It was 2001, their faces covered the rooms of thousands of teenagers and appeared on every magazine cover. With everything going for you, premiered celebrity, which would be -unbeknownst to them- their last album. Once again, they sold millions of copies in just one week and their songs were playing on every radio station. At that point, the production company announced that they would go on hiatus to promote Justin Timberlake’s solo work. But the supposed vacations were extended until culminating in the end of the band.

The 5 most beloved children in Hollywood who revolutionized cinema and then disappeared

Timberlake, supported by the label, continued among the most acclaimed celebrities and went from music to acting without a problem. He got involved with outstanding artists, participated in multiple film productions and added a couple more awards to his already full shelf. This time, the statuettes only had his name engraved. Over the years, he married Jessica Biel and had two beautiful children. Although he made it clear on several occasions that he was not against a meeting of NSYNC, he was never too willing.

The voice behind “Cry me a river” went on his way to fame but… What happened to the rest?

Lance Bass he set out to prepare himself as an astronaut so that he could travel to the moon. He trained, studied, got NASA certifications, and did everything to join a Russian mission that would send him into space in 2002. Sadly, he hit an obstacle that he could not overcome: he had to pay an amount of 20 million dollars and he could not get the money.

Lance Bass and his husband, Michael Turchin, became parents in 2021

instagram

Lance Bass and her husband, Michael Turchin, became parents in 2021 (instagram/)

With the frustrated space dream, he tried to resume his artistic career. He appeared in multiple reality shows, went through some Broadway stages and lent his voice to various cartoon characters. Finally, she focused on domestic life and activism to defend the rights of the LGBTIQ+ community. She married and, together with her husband, became parents in November 2021.

Naya Rivera, the actress who suffered the Glee curse: from being a Hollywood promise to a tragic end

Bass wasn’t the only one struggling to keep his art career alive. Chris Kirkpatrick created several bands after NSYNC in an attempt to express his vocation as a boy band member but he did not have much luck. After several failures, he disappeared only to return in a series of reality shows that sought to revive celebrities from the past. Once his brief and unhappy stint on television was over, he decided that his thing was social networks and, to this day, he organizes game nights on his Instagram account.

Chris Kirkpatrick was the one who suffered the most.  the separation of NSYNC

instagram

Chris Kirkpatrick was the one who suffered the most from the separation of NSYNC (instagram /)

For Kirkpatrick the end of the band that brought him to fame was, perhaps, harder than for the rest. In dialogue with Huffington Post assured that “he was not ready for it to end” and that he was lost once he realized that they would never step on stage together again.

The before and after of 7 Hollywood hunks who stole the hearts of their fans in the ’80s

Joey Fatone I agreed with him and assured that, despite being happy about Timberlake’s triumph, it seemed strange to him that the record company never made it clear that the plan was to dissolve NSYNC. Once it happened, and seeing that there was no turning back, he tried his luck at the movies. After his debut with my big greek wedding, he opted for the Broadway stage and found his niche hosting game shows.

As of 2019, Joey Fatone hosts a game show called Common Knowledge.

instagram

Since 2019, Joey Fatone hosts a game show called Common Knowledge (instagram/)

Last but not least, it is JC Chasez. Shy and reclusive, he was never very fond of the herds of fans and paparazzi that followed him wherever he went. Perhaps, of all the members of the musical ensemble, he was the one who was most happy that the maelstrom had ended. He spent a couple of years writing songs for other artists, but finally chose to disappear from the public scene and is rarely seen.

JC Chasez captured by paparazzi

JC Chasez captured by paparazzi

JC Chasez captured by paparazzi

Even if NSYNC ended amid miscommunications and conflicts caused by the pursuit of individual interests, no hard feelings remained between the musicians. At least, none so big that they cut off relationship. Years after the hiatus that turned into disbandment, the band got together to play twice more and some of them keep in touch.

We want to thank the writer of this write-up for this remarkable web content

From eight Grammys to oblivion: this is how the members of NSYNC are today, the band that redefined the music of the ’90s

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642666984) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "LOUISE ERDRICH THE ONE WHO WATCHES OVER AMERINDIAN CULTURE" ["link"]=> string(97) "https://awardworld.net/pulitzer-prize/louise-erdrich-the-one-who-watches-over-amerindian-culture/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Martha Nance" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 20 Jan 2022 07:32:03 +0000" ["category"]=> string(51) "Pulitzer PrizeAMERINDIANCultureErdrichLouisewatches" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12887" ["description"]=> string(617) "On August 1, 1953, the Congress of the United States of America voted House Competitor Resolution 108. This law goes back on the agreements concluded with the Indian tribes by ending federal aid and calling on every Indian to become an American citizen. Filled with complicated words, its purpose is to dissolve the tribes and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8755) "

On August 1, 1953, the Congress of the United States of America voted House Competitor Resolution 108. This law goes back on the agreements concluded with the Indian tribes by ending federal aid and calling on every Indian to become an American citizen. Filled with complicated words, its purpose is to dissolve the tribes and appropriate the rest of their lands. Patrick Gourneau, the grandfather of Louise Erdrich fought valiantly against the application of this law. He inspires here the character of Thomas Wazhashk, the one who watches over the good of the tribe of Turtle Mountain in North Dakota.

Louise Erdrich has been defending Native American culture for decades by devoting his work to it. Here, she composes a polyphonic novel with the inhabitants of Turtle Mountain, mixing historical testimony and romantic and rhythmic stories, all impregnated with the ancestral culture of the Indian tribes.

Thomas Wazhashk and Pixie Paranteau are the two main figures around which many characters revolve. Pixie Paranteau insists on being called Patrice. Employed in the clockwork stone factory like many women in the village, she supports her mother and her younger brother Pokey. Her father, a violent drunk, has left home, but everyone trembles to see him return. Vera, his older sister, has disappeared. Pregnant, she followed her fiancé to Minneapolis. The city is a hell for the Indians who venture there. Patrice and his mother have summoned the spirits and they know she is in danger. While Patrice struggles to find his sister, Thomas, night watchman, fights to prevent the application of the termination (assimilation of Indians according to law 108). He keeps writing to politicians to find support. He learns about the instigator of the law, the Mormon senator Arthur V. Watkins.

ARTHUR V. WATKINS
Click on the image to get the text content

With some members of the tribe, he goes to Fargo for a big meeting with the representatives of the Bureau of Indian Affairs of Aberdeen. By organizing a boxing tournament with the young Wood Mountain, he finances the trip to Washington to defend the tribe’s cause against Senator Watkins. To the detriment of his health, this man, with the skills of all his friends, fought day and night to defend his land and his culture.

The government behaved as if the Indians owed them something, when it was quite the opposite, right? »

The novelist weaves her story patiently, in parallel with Thomas’ fight, and thus makes us understand in the daily life of the inhabitants the attachment to the land and to the ancestral culture. Everyone lives with the ghosts of their loved ones. Zhaanat, Patrice’s mother invokes the spirits and knows the powers of the plants of this land. What have they to do with the religions that we wish to impose on them? They have their own religion based on ancient stories.

Patrick Gourneau, Louise Erdrich’s grandfather.

Here we are connected to the people of ancient times in so many ways. Maybe someone from then touched these shells. Maybe the little creatures they contained disintegrated into the dirt. And that a tiny part of these creatures is today in us. These things escape our knowledge. I get a sense of peace knowing that our connection to this place goes back so long, says Wood Mountain. »

Propaganda for the assimilation of Native Americans.

The grandfather of Louise Erdrich was part of the first generation born on the reservation. The bison herds are no more than memories. Assimilation only brought new, less glorious ways of dying, such as tuberculosis or alcoholism. With the law of 1953, one hundred and thirteen nations suffered the disaster of the termination. Five hundred and seventy thousand hectares of ancestral land of tribal lands were again lost.

As long as the grass grows and the rivers run », Louise Erdrich will defend the memory of Native Americans. This novel is a beautiful tribute to his grandfather. This man, quick to save his land and his people from an iniquitous law with incomprehensible words, is a symbol of courage and hope for all those who refuse the abuses of the powerful.

Unanimously considered one of the great contemporary American writers, Louise Erdrich is the author of a major, strong and singular work, with novels like The Curse of the Doves (Albin Michel, 2010, translated by Isabelle Reinharez) and In the silence of the wind (Albin Michel, 2013, translated by Isabelle Reinharez). Distinguished by multiple literary awards throughout her career, including the National Book Award, the Library of Congress Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, she was awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for this new novel, The night watchman (He who watches).

The one who watches of Louise Erdrich, translated from the American by Sarah Gurcel, published on January 5, 2022 by Albin Michel, 560 pages, Price: 24 euros, ISBN: 9782226471932.

We want to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable material

LOUISE ERDRICH THE ONE WHO WATCHES OVER AMERINDIAN CULTURE

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" } ["summary"]=> string(617) "On August 1, 1953, the Congress of the United States of America voted House Competitor Resolution 108. This law goes back on the agreements concluded with the Indian tribes by ending federal aid and calling on every Indian to become an American citizen. Filled with complicated words, its purpose is to dissolve the tribes and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(8755) "

On August 1, 1953, the Congress of the United States of America voted House Competitor Resolution 108. This law goes back on the agreements concluded with the Indian tribes by ending federal aid and calling on every Indian to become an American citizen. Filled with complicated words, its purpose is to dissolve the tribes and appropriate the rest of their lands. Patrick Gourneau, the grandfather of Louise Erdrich fought valiantly against the application of this law. He inspires here the character of Thomas Wazhashk, the one who watches over the good of the tribe of Turtle Mountain in North Dakota.

Louise Erdrich has been defending Native American culture for decades by devoting his work to it. Here, she composes a polyphonic novel with the inhabitants of Turtle Mountain, mixing historical testimony and romantic and rhythmic stories, all impregnated with the ancestral culture of the Indian tribes.

Thomas Wazhashk and Pixie Paranteau are the two main figures around which many characters revolve. Pixie Paranteau insists on being called Patrice. Employed in the clockwork stone factory like many women in the village, she supports her mother and her younger brother Pokey. Her father, a violent drunk, has left home, but everyone trembles to see him return. Vera, his older sister, has disappeared. Pregnant, she followed her fiancé to Minneapolis. The city is a hell for the Indians who venture there. Patrice and his mother have summoned the spirits and they know she is in danger. While Patrice struggles to find his sister, Thomas, night watchman, fights to prevent the application of the termination (assimilation of Indians according to law 108). He keeps writing to politicians to find support. He learns about the instigator of the law, the Mormon senator Arthur V. Watkins.

ARTHUR V. WATKINS
Click on the image to get the text content

With some members of the tribe, he goes to Fargo for a big meeting with the representatives of the Bureau of Indian Affairs of Aberdeen. By organizing a boxing tournament with the young Wood Mountain, he finances the trip to Washington to defend the tribe’s cause against Senator Watkins. To the detriment of his health, this man, with the skills of all his friends, fought day and night to defend his land and his culture.

The government behaved as if the Indians owed them something, when it was quite the opposite, right? »

The novelist weaves her story patiently, in parallel with Thomas’ fight, and thus makes us understand in the daily life of the inhabitants the attachment to the land and to the ancestral culture. Everyone lives with the ghosts of their loved ones. Zhaanat, Patrice’s mother invokes the spirits and knows the powers of the plants of this land. What have they to do with the religions that we wish to impose on them? They have their own religion based on ancient stories.

Patrick Gourneau, Louise Erdrich’s grandfather.

Here we are connected to the people of ancient times in so many ways. Maybe someone from then touched these shells. Maybe the little creatures they contained disintegrated into the dirt. And that a tiny part of these creatures is today in us. These things escape our knowledge. I get a sense of peace knowing that our connection to this place goes back so long, says Wood Mountain. »

Propaganda for the assimilation of Native Americans.

The grandfather of Louise Erdrich was part of the first generation born on the reservation. The bison herds are no more than memories. Assimilation only brought new, less glorious ways of dying, such as tuberculosis or alcoholism. With the law of 1953, one hundred and thirteen nations suffered the disaster of the termination. Five hundred and seventy thousand hectares of ancestral land of tribal lands were again lost.

As long as the grass grows and the rivers run », Louise Erdrich will defend the memory of Native Americans. This novel is a beautiful tribute to his grandfather. This man, quick to save his land and his people from an iniquitous law with incomprehensible words, is a symbol of courage and hope for all those who refuse the abuses of the powerful.

Unanimously considered one of the great contemporary American writers, Louise Erdrich is the author of a major, strong and singular work, with novels like The Curse of the Doves (Albin Michel, 2010, translated by Isabelle Reinharez) and In the silence of the wind (Albin Michel, 2013, translated by Isabelle Reinharez). Distinguished by multiple literary awards throughout her career, including the National Book Award, the Library of Congress Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, she was awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for this new novel, The night watchman (He who watches).

The one who watches of Louise Erdrich, translated from the American by Sarah Gurcel, published on January 5, 2022 by Albin Michel, 560 pages, Price: 24 euros, ISBN: 9782226471932.

We want to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this remarkable material

LOUISE ERDRICH THE ONE WHO WATCHES OVER AMERINDIAN CULTURE

Other links: https://awardworld.net/resources/
" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1642663923) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(8) "Stand up" ["link"]=> string(44) "https://awardworld.net/nobel-prize/stand-up/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "David Armstrong" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 20 Jan 2022 06:44:04 +0000" ["category"]=> string(16) "Nobel Prizestand" ["guid"]=> string(31) "https://awardworld.net/?p=12884" ["description"]=> string(439) "The other day I received a prodigious meme on Twitter (memes are, you know, those images spread massively on the internet). It’s a very short video of a three or four year old Asian boy floating on his back in the water. Only the boy’s body is visible, not the surroundings, but it must be ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4309) "

The other day I received a prodigious meme on Twitter (memes are, you know, those images spread massively on the internet). It’s a very short video of a three or four year old Asian boy floating on his back in the water. Only the boy’s body is visible, not the surroundings, but it must be a river, because the water is muddy and opaque and, in addition, there is a current. The boy desperately clings to a white rope; the current seems to drag his little body and the poor kid howls with terror and anguish so absolute that it breaks your heart; it is clear that he believes that he does not have enough strength to hold on, that he thinks that the water is going to take him away and that he will drown. Then a twelve or thirteen-year-old teenager appears smiling, maybe her sister, who picks up the little boy, quickly gets him to his feet and then leaves. And it is that the water hardly reaches the child to mid-thigh, that is, he is not in any danger. As soon as he realizes that he is deep enough, he instantly stops crying, as if he had been unplugged. He lets go of the useless rope and scratches his ear, I would say disconcerted and a little embarrassed. Trying to understand what has happened. The video ends there.

How tremendous is fear. I mean the one that parasitizes, the one that becomes a feeling that enslaves and sickens, the overflowing terror. Because fear, as I have said many times, is a very useful defense tool. Without that biological alarm siren that prepares the body for fight or flight, we are lost. There is a rare ailment, Urbach-Wiethe, which produces the destruction of the cerebral amygdala and the complete absence of fear among those who suffer from it. Well, Urbach-Wiethe patients put their lives much more at risk than healthy people, because they are unable to recognize danger. Welcome be, then, the fear that alerts and saves.

The bad thing is that in today’s society almost no one is limited to that fear. We live perpetually immersed in a swamp of anguish, which, moreover, has become much more prodigious since the pandemic. And the real problem is not being able to turn off the alarm system. What we call stress is just that: staying to live forever in fear.

Neuroscientist Eric Kandel, Nobel Prize in Medicine, says in his book The new biology of the mind that stress causes the adrenal gland to release cortisol, a beneficial hormone for short periods of time, because it “increases attention in response to a possible threat”, but that, in excessive and continuous doses, as happens with stress, “it destroys synaptic connections between neurons in the hippocampus, the most important area of ​​the brain for memory, as well as neurons in the prefrontal cortex, which regulates the will to live and influences decision-making and again memory.” In large doses, cortisol is toxic. A real poison.

Now I finally understand why my head is like a black hole that remembers nothing. Considering that I had panic attacks in my youth and that my average level of anxiety ranges from too much to too much, I figure I’m up to my eyeballs in cortisol. Also, I am a very imaginative person, and I have always maintained that the more imagination you have, the more fearful you are, because you can anticipate a thousand and one terrifying futures. Like that child who looked dragged out and dead. I have felt very identified with the kid from the river: how many, how many times in my life have I felt drowned in an inch of water, a set phrase that the kid’s meme has beautifully staged. The next time I have a daze I’ll try to remember (with my amnesiac head) that something as simple as standing up and opening your eyes will probably do the trick.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this post for this amazing web content

Stand up

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" } ["summary"]=> string(439) "The other day I received a prodigious meme on Twitter (memes are, you know, those images spread massively on the internet). It’s a very short video of a three or four year old Asian boy floating on his back in the water. Only the boy’s body is visible, not the surroundings, but it must be ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4309) "

The other day I received a prodigious meme on Twitter (memes are, you know, those images spread massively on the internet). It’s a very short video of a three or four year old Asian boy floating on his back in the water. Only the boy’s body is visible, not the surroundings, but it must be a river, because the water is muddy and opaque and, in addition, there is a current. The boy desperately clings to a white rope; the current seems to drag his little body and the poor kid howls with terror and anguish so absolute that it breaks your heart; it is clear that he believes that he does not have enough strength to hold on, that he thinks that the water is going to take him away and that he will drown. Then a twelve or thirteen-year-old teenager appears smiling, maybe her sister, who picks up the little boy, quickly gets him to his feet and then leaves. And it is that the water hardly reaches the child to mid-thigh, that is, he is not in any danger. As soon as he realizes that he is deep enough, he instantly stops crying, as if he had been unplugged. He lets go of the useless rope and scratches his ear, I would say disconcerted and a little embarrassed. Trying to understand what has happened. The video ends there.

How tremendous is fear. I mean the one that parasitizes, the one that becomes a feeling that enslaves and sickens, the overflowing terror. Because fear, as I have said many times, is a very useful defense tool. Without that biological alarm siren that prepares the body for fight or flight, we are lost. There is a rare ailment, Urbach-Wiethe, which produces the destruction of the cerebral amygdala and the complete absence of fear among those who suffer from it. Well, Urbach-Wiethe patients put their lives much more at risk than healthy people, because they are unable to recognize danger. Welcome be, then, the fear that alerts and saves.

The bad thing is that in today’s society almost no one is limited to that fear. We live perpetually immersed in a swamp of anguish, which, moreover, has become much more prodigious since the pandemic. And the real problem is not being able to turn off the alarm system. What we call stress is just that: staying to live forever in fear.

Neuroscientist Eric Kandel, Nobel Prize in Medicine, says in his book The new biology of the mind that stress causes the adrenal gland to release cortisol, a beneficial hormone for short periods of time, because it “increases attention in response to a possible threat”, but that, in excessive and continuous doses, as happens with stress, “it destroys synaptic connections between neurons in the hippocampus, the most important area of ​​the brain for memory, as well as neurons in the prefrontal cortex, which regulates the will to live and influences decision-making and again memory.” In large doses, cortisol is toxic. A real poison.

Now I finally understand why my head is like a black hole that remembers nothing. Considering that I had panic attacks in my youth and that my average level of anxiety ranges from too much to too much, I figure I’m up to my eyeballs in cortisol. Also, I am a very imaginative person, and I have always maintained that the more imagination you have, the more fearful you are, because you can anticipate a thousand and one terrifying futures. Like that child who looked dragged out and dead. I have felt very identified with the kid from the river: how many, how many times in my life have I felt drowned in an inch of water, a set phrase that the kid’s meme has beautifully staged. The next time I have a daze I’ll try to remember (with my amnesiac head) that something as simple as standing up and opening your eyes will probably do the trick.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this post for this amazing web content

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