La Maison De La Radio Reviews

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November 7, 2013
"La Maison de la Radio" gives us the pleasant experience of hanging out with people who truly love their work.
September 6, 2013
It's a film for Francophiles of the deepest dye, a grand tour of French culture and preoccupations.
September 4, 2013
Access does not guarantee insight.
September 3, 2013
As Mr. Philibert continues to pop in and out of different studios, in and out of the building, flitting from one face to the other, it feels as if he were searching for a story that never emerges.
September 3, 2013
Given only hints of personalities and the thinnest strands of stories, we're left with a hum of tinny snippets instead of anything that resembles the glorious noise of people putting on show after show after show.
September 3, 2013
La Maison de la Radio is the kind of film that divides its audience into two camps: those happy to observe and those impatient to be told a story.
February 20, 2018
In both its strengths and flaws, "La Maison de la radio" reveals a lot about the modern media.
January 28, 2015
There's a rhythm to Philibert's work, a tangible linearity - as he knows how to take every day life and illuminate it, find the subtleties, the nuances for us to appreciate and to resonate with.
January 25, 2015
Behind it all lies the sense that here is something worth preserving, a celebration of radio's unique conversational appeal, a unifying force in times of splintered televisuality.
January 23, 2015
[Documentary maker Nicolas Philibert's] admiration for Radio France's work and public-service ethos is self-evident, but this is a very hard film for a non-French audience to engage with.
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