lundi 20 juin 2016

JoeyStarr, Arielle Dombasle, Laurent Baffie jouent leurs répliques cultes Ajouter aux favoris Commenter


JoeyStarr, Arielle Dombasle, Laurent Baffie... par le-point-pop


VIDÉO. Les Valseuses, Certains l'aiment chaud, Le Pacha, le jury du Festival du film culte nous récite les moments de cinéma qui sont pour lui légendaires.



Difficile de choisir, le cinéma français regorge de répliques cultes. « Il y en a 2 000, ça mériterait un livre ! » s'exclame un Laurent Baffie embarrassé et qui aimerait nous citer tous les dialogues d'Audiard. Mais, après réflexion, il arrête sa décision sur une phrase de Gérard Depardieu dans le film Les Valseuses, et elle n'est pas triste : « On n'est pas bien là ? Paisible, à la fraîche, décontracté du gland… »

Ne pouvant décidément pas en élire une seule et unique réplique, il nous récite aussi, pour le plaisir, un autre célèbre dialogue entre Jean Gabin et Robert Dalban dans Le Pacha : « Quand on mettra les cons sur orbite, t'as pas fini de tourner. »
Le « Pou pou pidou » d'Arielle Dombasle

Le jury du Festival du film culte de Trouville s'est prêté de bon coeur à ce petit jeu. Laurent Baffie, donc, mais aussi Arielle Dombasle, Jacques Séguéla, le président de cette tribu, et même JoeyStarr. Le rappeur a pourtant la réputation d'en avoir fait qu'à sa tête lors de l'événement trouvillais. Mais on a réussi à le coincer sur un bout de plage pour lui poser la question, la star la joue corpo. « Ben, tiens, Les Clés de Bagnole », répond-il, soit le long-métrage maudit sorti en 2003 réalisé par Laurent Baffie, son acolyte dans cette aventure.

Karl Zéro, cofondateur du festival, ne manque, lui, jamais une occasion de flatterson amie Arielle Dombasle. C'est pourquoi il lui sort la cultissime réplique de Jean Gabin à Michèle Morgan dans Le Quai des brumes : « T'as de beaux yeux, tu sais. » Classique, mais efficace. Le compliment semble avoir eu de l'effet sur la seule femme du jury. Elle chante à son « président » non pas « Happy Birthday to You », mais un langoureux « I wanna be loved by you », interprété par Marilyn Monroe dans le film Certains l'aiment chaud. Et de terminer par le célèbre « Pou pou pidou pou » qui va nous rester dans la tête toute la journée.

mercredi 8 juin 2016

Roland Cayrol face à Jacques Séguéla: Retour sur la visite d'Emmanuel Macron à Montreuil by BFMTV



Le face à face de Laurent Neumann a opposé Roland Cayrol, directeur du Centre d'études et d'analyses (Cetan) et du Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po (Cevipof), et Jacques Séguéla, publicitaire, consultant chez Havas. - 19h Ruth Elkrief, du lundi 6 juin 2016, présenté par Laurent Neumann, sur BFMTV.

73 0 Havas Village Jakarta Opens its Doors by http://lbbonline.com/

Integrated office opened by French ad legend and Havas VP of Global Creativity, Jacques Séguéla

Havas Village Jakarta Opens its Doors
Havas Indonesia announces the official opening of Havas Village Jakarta, an integrated office that houses creative, media, digital, PR and all the specialist brands of the agency group, under one roof. Havas Village Jakarta becomes the 39th village to be launched by the group, and embodies the group’s “Together” approach, a collaborative model that aims to provide clients seamless integrated solutions with digital at the core. Havas Village Jakarta is also the 16th village in APAC.


Located in Menara Sentraya, in the heart of the bustling city of Jakarta, and occupying an area of 3000 square meters on the 11th floor, the village in Indonesia accommodates 260 strong people across all the brands of the agency including Havas Worldwide, Havas Life, Havas Media, Arena Media, Ecselis & Mobext.


Havas Village Jakarta was officially launched by France’s creative legend Jacques Séguéla, VP of Global Creativity at Havas, in an event attended by clients, partners, employees and the regional leaders of Havas.


Commenting on the launch, Jacques Séguéla, VP of Global Creativity at Havas, said: “I am very honoured to be invited as the chief guest for the launch of Havas Village Jakarta. The idea of media and creative being located together is very close to my heart. I had been rooting for this structure for the last ten years and it is satisfying to see it become a reality. I strongly believe that clients are looking for coherence in marketing and do not want to go to different agencies for different needs.” 


Matt Wiggers, CEO of Havas Worldwide Indonesia, said: "Our move into the village marks an important phase in the evolution of Havas Indonesia. To best facilitate meaningful connections, the agency has designed an open office, where employees work together as one team to produce integrated ideas and solutions that are fresh, fun and meaningful. The aesthetics have been built keeping in mind the needs of not only employees but also clients.”


“It has been two months since we moved into the new office and we are able to clearly see the benefits this has brought us. The philosophy of bringing media and creative agencies together has already proven to be phenomenally successful in other markets. We already have robust operations in Indonesia and I have no doubt that this move will make us stronger,” added SK Biswas, CEO of Havas Media Group, Indonesia.


This move reflects the Havas Group’s desire to reinforce its position as the most integrated of all the communications groups and its ambition to further strengthen creative and media integration by increasing shared platforms, encouraging synergies and promoting joint entities. It will also deliver operational efficiencies and facilitate new Havas transversal offers such as events, production, and content.

Jacques Séguéla VP of global creativity at Havas officially opens Havas Village Jakarta by http://www.campaignbriefasia.com


Havas Indonesia announces the official opening of Havas Village Jakarta, an integrated office that houses creative, media, digital, PR and all the specialist brands of the agency group, under one roof. Havas Village Jakarta becomes the 39th village to be launched by the group, and embodies the group's "Together" approach, a collaborative model that aims to provide clients seamless integrated solutions with digital at the core. Havas Village Jakarta is also the 16th village in APAC.

Located in Menara Sentraya, in the heart of the bustling city of Jakarta, and occupying an area of 3000 square meters on the 11th floor, the village in Indonesia accommodates 260 strong people across all the brands of the agency including Havas Worldwide, Havas Life, Havas Media, Arena Media, Ecselis & Mobext.


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Havas Village Jakarta was officially launched by France's creative legend Jacques Séguéla, VP of Global Creativity at Havas (pictured above centre), in an event attended by clients, partners,
employees and the regional leaders of Havas.

Commenting on the launch Séguéla said "I am very honoured to be invited as the chief guest for the launch of Havas Village Jakarta. The idea of media and creative being located together is very close to my heart. I had been rooting for this structure for the last ten years and it is satisfying to see it become a reality. I strongly believe that clients are looking for coherence in marketing and do not want to go to different agencies for different needs."

Matt Wiggers, CEO of Havas Worldwide Indonesia, said: "Our move into the village marks an important phase in the evolution of Havas Indonesia. To best facilitate meaningful connections, the agency has designed an open office, where employees work together as one team to produce integrated ideas and solutions that are fresh, fun and meaningful. The aesthetics have been built keeping in mind the needs of not only employees but also clients."

"It has been two months since we moved into the new office and we are able to clearly see the benefits this has brought us. The philosophy of bringing media and creative agencies together has already proven to be phenomenally successful in other markets. We already have robust operations in Indonesia and I have no doubt that this move will make us stronger," added SK Biswas, CEO of Havas Media Group, Indonesia.