Activité - 557 modifications

22 septembre 2016
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  • "2011-11-29"
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  • 4
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  • 1
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  • null
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  • {"episode_id":1225509,"episode_number":4}
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  • 1
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  • "Season 1"
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  • "Waldemar Januszczak continues his investigation of the Impressionists, focusing this time on the people they painted and in particular the subjects of Degas, Caillebotte and the often forgotten Impressionist women artists. The Impressionists are famous for painting landscape but they were just as determined to paint people.\n\nLooking closely at one of Impressionism's finest painters, Edgar Degas, Waldemar reveals how he consistently challenged traditions and strove to record real life as it appeared in the city, from sculpting the contorted movements of horses in motion at the Longchamp race course in Paris to encapsulating extravagant 3D viewpoints of the ballet dancers at the Paris Opera.\n\nWaldemar also uncovers the intoxicating haziness the pastel produced in Degas' work when visiting his supplier Pastels de Roche. He also reveals the unusual viewpoints and dramatic perspectives of Caillebotte's paintings from the Place de L'Europe and the rebellious and revolutionary art of Morisot, Bracquemond and Cassatt, three impressive female artists who were eagerly embraced by the progressive movement of Impressionism."
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  • "Painting the People"
air_date a
  • "2011-11-22"
episode_number a
  • 3
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  • 1
general c
  • null
overview a en-US
  • "Waldemar Januszczak continues his investigation of the Impressionists by taking us outdoors to their most famous locations. Although Impressionist pictures often look sunny and relaxed, achieving this peaceful air was hard work. Trudging through fog, wind and rain, across treacherous coastal rocks and knee-deep snow, Waldemar shows how the famous spontaneity of the Impressionists is thoroughly misleading.\n\nThis episode visits the French riverside locations that Monet loved to paint, and where Renoir captured the bonhomie of modern life. Waldemar also introduces a number of technical and practical developments of the age which completely revolutionised Impressionist painting - the invention of portable easels; the use of hog's hair in paint brushes; as well as the introduction of the railway through France. And a scientific demonstration in a Swedish snowdrift explains just how right the Impressionists were to paint brightly coloured shadows in their winter scenes, despite being accused of 'hallucinating' at the time.\n\nFinally, Januszczak explains Cezanne's part in the Impressionist story from his dark and challenging early work to his first rural landscapes in France, and then his departure from Paris and separation from the Impressionist gang."
name a en-US
  • "The Great Outdoors"
air_date a
  • "2011-11-15"
episode_number a
  • 2
season_number a
  • 1
general c
  • null
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  • {"season_id":80406,"season_number":1}
tvdb_id a
  • "250449"
languages a
  • ["en"]
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  • [60]
homepage a en-US
  • "http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b012rw4n"
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  • {"person_id":1683525}
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  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/zfhEZ7GPMdmZUAk7WLZ0KkMeVAd.jpg"}}
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imdb_id a
  • "tt3365456"
overview a en-US
  • "Art writer Waldemar Januszczak explores the revolutionary achievements of the Impressionists."
original_name a
  • "The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution"
general c
  • null
People
name a en-US
  • "Susan Doyon"
general c
  • null
episode_number a
  • 1
overview a en-US
  • "Art writer Waldemar Januszczak explores the revolutionary achievements of the Impressionists. In the first episode, Waldemar delves into the back stories of four of the most influential Impressionists - Pissarro, Monet, Renoir and Bazille - who together laid the foundations of the artistic movement. He finds out what social and cultural influences drove them to their style of painting, how they were united and how ultimately they challenged and changed art forever. Waldemar journeys from the shores of the West Indies, to the progressive city of Paris to the suburbs of South London, where these four artists drew inspiration from the cities and towns in which they lived. Whether it be the infamous spot on the river Seine - La Grenouillere - where Monet and Renoir beautifully captured animated people, iridescent light and undulating water or the minimalist, non-sensationalised illustrations of Pissarro's coarse countryside paintings, Waldemar discovers how the Impressionists broke conventions by depicting every day encounters within the unpredictable and ever changing sights around them."
name a en-US
  • "Gang of Four"
20 septembre 2016
tagline a en-US
  • "What you can not resist, you may not survive"
tagline a en-US
  • "How dare he make love to me - And not be a married man!"
tagline a en-US
  • "It's never too late for a second chance"
19 septembre 2016
tagline a en-US
  • "Sometimes You Have to Lose Your Life in Order to Find It"
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  • {"name":"british thriller","id":155455}
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  • {"name":"british","id":6731}
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"drug dealer","id":2231}
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"ex convict","id":229395}
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"parole","id":15232}
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"british thriller","id":155455}
homepage a en-US
  • "https://www.facebook.com/WildBillFilm"
tagline a en-US
  • "He's the meanest wanker in town"
17 août 2016
tvdb_id a
  • "5305508"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4438210"
overview a en-US
  • "Charles V lives his last days in a monastery, sad and tired, accompanied by Francis Borgia. But life will still provide him with one last joy."
name a en-US
  • "Father"
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  • {"episode_id":1161323,"episode_number":17}
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  • {"episode_id":1161322,"episode_number":16}
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  • {"episode_id":1161321,"episode_number":15}
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  • {"episode_id":1161320,"episode_number":14}
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  • {"episode_id":1161319,"episode_number":13}
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  • {"episode_id":1161318,"episode_number":12}
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  • {"episode_id":1161317,"episode_number":11}
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  • {"episode_id":1161316,"episode_number":10}
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  • {"episode_id":1161315,"episode_number":9}
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  • {"episode_id":1105451,"episode_number":8}
tvdb_id a
  • "5305507"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445044"
overview a en-US
  • "Tired of ruling, Charles arranges the distribution of his many kingdoms among his heirs."
name a en-US
  • "Desire to Be Nobody"
overview a en-US
  • "Both Charles and Francis are getting to the end of their lives."
name a en-US
  • "Succession"
tvdb_id a
  • "5305506"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445042"
tvdb_id a
  • "5305505"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445034"
overview a en-US
  • "It's been years since Isabella's death. While Charles is away from Spain, going from battle to battle, Philip is already a grown man."
name a en-US
  • "Educating Philip"
name a en-US
  • "About Love and Death"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211028"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445028"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211027"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445026"
name a en-US
  • "The Demons"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211026"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445024"
overview a en-US
  • "Charles is finally crowned Emperor by the Pope, but joy is quickly followed by tragedies."
name a en-US
  • "We Should All Be One"
overview a en-US
  • "Europe unites against the emperor. Meanwhile, Isabella is determined to prove herself more than a mere queen consort."
name a en-US
  • "Lazar"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211025"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445022"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211024"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445014"
name a en-US
  • "Wedding and Honeymoon"
name u en-US
  • "Capítulo 8"
  • "Imprisonment of a King"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211023"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445010"
tvdb_id a
  • "5211022"
imdb_id a
  • "tt4445008"
overview a en-US
  • "Spain and France meet in the battlefield, resulting in an unexpected prisoner of war."
name u en-US
  • "Capítulo 7"
  • "The Hard Road to Victory"

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