Joshua T. Williams, Assistant Professor at Parsons School of Design and President of the Fashion Consort talked about New York Fashion Week in the COVID-19 era.
Film critic Lisa Nesselson talks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including the announcement that the world's second-largest cinema chain Cineworld will close nearly 700 locations in the UK and the US, putting thousands of jobs at risk. They also discuss the French documentary about police brutality that's spurring debate, "Un Pays qui se tient sage" from David Dufresne, plus the Portuguese film "Moral Order" starring Maria de Medeiros as real-life heiress Maria Adelaide Coelho. As France implements a 9pm to 6am curfew set to last at least until early December, Paris by night feels like a thing of the past. FRANCE 24's Marjorie Hache spoke to Christophe Hétier, founding member of French trip-hop band Télépopmusik, up and coming Ukrainian-born Paris DJ Kate Zubok, and Michaël Mateescu, programmer of La Machine Du Moulin Rouge, to find out how the Covid-19 pandemic has been affecting them since March. The pandemic has taken a toll on everyone, but perhaps no group has been put through more trauma than the doctors and nurses who have treated millions of coronavirus patients this year. In the early days of the pandemic, nurses from Utah packed up and came to lend a hand in New York, when the city was ground zero for the virus in the United States. While some local authorities are saying they will defy orders to limit Thanksgiving gathering sizes, health guidance remains to avoid large groups. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo slammed President Trump during remarks on COVID-19 in New York City on Sunday.