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Welcome back to another roundup of our Viral Buzz videos from the last week. Enjoy the beauty of Yosemite in a superb timelapse sequence and hang out with the best buskers around! All this and a whole lot more to keep you smiling!Read More
Everybody expected Abdellatif Kechiche’s “Adèle; Chapters 1 & 2” to win the César for best movie at the French equivalent of the Oscars.
The Césars have indeed a long history of celebrating dark or intellectual films but aside from Adèle Exarchopoulos who won the best female newcomer prize, the Palme d’Or-winning Lesbian romance came back empty-handed from last week’s ceremony.Read More
St. Pierre d’Arène Church in Nice was once again transformed into a stage and atelier to commemorate the centennial of Willette’s Vow.
Paris, 1914. Flamboyant and controversial painter Willette, founder of the famed Le Chat Noir cabaret in Montmartre, had just recovered from a grave illness and vowed to hold an annual mass with fellow artists around the world to remind them both of the gift of life and to honour those that had passed.Read More
Nice is blessed with a great theater culture. And sometimes even in places you’d least suspect to find it, like the International School of Nice.
It’s one of those things: You hear “school play” and unless you are family or a friend of the student involved in one, you don’t really expect it to be a place that Hollywood talent scouts would flock to. Well, in the case of the International School of Nice, these very people would be well advised to pay heed.Read More
The works of Jean-Paul Goude, one of France's most influential designers and photographers, are currently being exhibited in Nice.
Many things spring to mind when one hears the name Jean-Paul Goude: the numerous photos of his muse, Grace Jones, his advertising campaigns for Chanel, and of course, the parade he conducted down the Champs Elysées to celebrate the bicentenary of the French Revolution in 1989.Read More