The Jews of Ukraine celebrate the "Festival of Lights" in full Black-out
© AFP F atigated by the war, the Jews of Ukraine gathered on Sunday during prayers and watchmakers To launch Hanuka, the "Festival of Lights", swearing to challenge the blackout caused by the persistent Russian bombings. A kyiv, on the famous independence square, also called Maidan, the faithful have nailed against each other in search of heat near what the authorities say they are the largest Menara (a nine -branch candelabra ) from Hanuka in Europe .
© Archives Ouest-France The public to the first evening of Traveling Beirut.
For its 34th edition, the Traveling Festival continues its explorations in distant cinematographic lands with, from February 7 to 14, 2023, a cinematographic trip to Santiago de Chile.
The registrations to be volunteer during the 34th edition of the Travelling Festival are open! Different missions are possible, from public reception to that of guests, from technique to decoration, including checking tickets in the partner rooms of the festival.
To become volunteers, complete the form on the site: www.clairobscur.info/
Cap on Chile
for its 34th edition, the Travelling Festival continues its explorations in distant cinematographic lands and promises a new artistic change of scenery, from 7 to 14 February 2023, with a trip to Santiago du Chile.
For more than thirty years, Travelling has paints a portrait of major cities in the world for cinematographic immersions in the heart of foreign cultural scenes. The Rennes Métropole Cinema Festival will lead the public to discover a city and a territory with an overflowing imagination, encapsulated in the heart of South America between sea and mountain, bordered by the Andes Cordillera. An invitation to discover Chilean cinema, guardian of the history of the country and its political upheavals, witnessing social upheavals and struggles.
from February 7 to 14, 2023, www.clairobscur.info
Rennes. The Handi’chiens de Bretagne center is looking for host families .
© DR more than a simple dog reception, becoming a foster family is to ensure the well-being and health of the animal. The Handi’chiens association is looking for host families to welcome and follow puppies for sixteen months in the Rennes region. They will then be entrusted to people with disabilities. The Handi’chiens Center in Brittany is calling for host families, in order to educate and socialize future assistance dogs within its delegation of Rennes.