2000-2012: Sixth Art and Movement

How speechless I was when I received the video file of my on-stage, end-of-the-year presentation of 2002 by the person who was Art et Mouvement’s cameraman, and who had kept all the shows I was able to find while visiting one of his websites! I actually thought I had all my shows in my possession, but I then realized I was missing three, and for the first time in my life, I was finally able to see a show I had no memory of left, and even to notice we had danced on the opening of The Nutcracker! That certainly is a nice coincidence!

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1890: a mysterious year for the cinema

APR 3, 2020, 7:16PM

M: Hi Claude! I just found comments that may interest you. I wanted to get some information about Thomas Edison and his role in the invention of cinema.

C: A real bastard! He stole from everyone’s pockets and used patent laws to get credit for products he never invented himself!

M: Yes, that is exactly what many people claim but how can you be so sure?

C: Come on Margaux! By the way, there is a story running in my family that I would like to tell you, but if you have any suspicious thoughts about me like the other day, it will not work.

M: I do not. Please go on.

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