‘Groundbreaking’ Julia Child put joy in food

Director Julie Cohen said she wanted to show how groundbreaking the TV chef and cookbook author Julia Child was, but also how she put joy into the food she was cooking. The new documentary “Julia” also showcases her dishes through beautiful food cinematography. (Nov. 11)

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105-year-old Louisiana woman, Julia Hawkins, sets world record in running

105-year-old Julia Hawkins of Louisiana just set a world record at the Louisiana Senior Olympic Games for being the first woman and first American in her age group to run 100 meters. But this achievement is just a drop in the bucket for the centenarian who has lived through two world wars and spent 70 years married to the love of her life. Lead national correspondent David Begnaud reports.

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Julia Grosso’s family reacts to her gold medal-winning penalty kick

The family of soccer star Julia Grosso says they’re ecstatic that she was able to score the winning penalty kick for Team Canada. The women’s soccer team secured the gold medal win against Sweden on Friday morning at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
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Congresswoman Julia Letlow reflects on loss of husband Luke, urges vaccination

Louisiana Congresswoman Julia Letlow lost her husband Luke in December, just weeks after he was elected to the same Congressional seat and before he could be sworn in. In an exclusive “CBS This Morning” interview, Letlow reflected on the loss of her late husband and shared a message for those who remain unvaccinated. David Begnaud has the story.

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Festival de Cannes : une Palme en titane pour Julia Ducournau • FRANCE 24

C’est historique. Pour la deuxième fois de l’histoire du Festival de Cannes, la Palme d’or récompense le film d’une réalisatrice. Après la Néo-Zélandaise Jane Campion en 1993 pour "La leçon de piano", la Française Julia Ducournau l’emporte cette année avec "Titane".

Autre film français au palmarès 2021 : "Annette", du Français Leos Carax, prix de la mise en scène. Retrouvez le palmarès complet dans cette émission spéciale présentée par Sonia Patricelli et Thomas Baurez.

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