Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche, who is known for Blue Is The Warmest Colour, Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno is a three-hour long film on youth.
Westhoek, the northern part of French Flanders, is a scarred land. Its singular geography has been fashioned by its rurality, its industrial past and the scars of wars.
Along the whole Italian alpine arch tens of old paths were used in the past to cross the border illegally. Goods and people have always moved across them. Along the centuries Italians used to trade pasta, rice or sheep for French salt.
The Lorraine Mondial Air Ballons is a biannual event established in 1989. It is Europe’s largest gathering of hot air balloons, and takes place over ten days at the former NATO airbase of Chambley-Bussières in Meurthe et Moselle, France, where 1000 balloons from 70 nations fly. In 2015, it took place from the 24/07 to […]
The project Minimal Dunes was created during a trip in December 2015 to the southwestern coast of France. For a few days, the photographer captured different sceneries in the region of Aquitaine. The photographer spent hours and hours in the Dune du Pyla, walking along the sand and contemplating the beauty of the landscape that […]
This reportage is about an area of Calais (at the northern border of France with England), which has become one of the largest refugee camps in northern Europe. ED. Note :Recently the french government decided to take down this area. For days the police had to work hard to destroy all the illegal installations and […]
Positive Magazine is ready for the 19th edition of Paris Photo. The world’s leading photography fair will take place from 12 to 15 November 2015 at the Grand Palais,in Paris. It will discover photography through the world’s largest panorama of the medium, from its first expressions to the latest contemporary trends. At the heart of […]
The 46th edition of the Rencontres d’Arles opened today! This edition, dedicated to lucien clerque (1934-2014), one of its founding fathers who passed away last November, is marked by the arrival of the new director, Sam Stourdze, successor to Francois Hebel, chosen to develop the festival to encompass all forms of photography and […]
1.5 or 2 million people: the difference is not so important: the whole world have been demonstrating today against the attack at “Charlie Hebdo” in Paris where 12 people have been killed. A lot of words have been written about this attack: as Magazine we just want to leave some space to our reportage, hoping […]
After its enormous success last year, when over 25,000 visitors attended the festival and were swept away by it, Portrait(s) is now being held for the second time, from 13 June to 31 August 2014, bringing the City of Vichy back for a whole season as a stage for avant-garde photography today with a series of outstanding […]