festival de cannes 2016

Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake Wins Palme d’Or

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Elle by Paul Verhoeven, Ambiguity at Festival de Cannes

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The Last Face, War and Love at Festival de Cannes

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Graduation and Compromises at Festival de Cannes

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The Unknown Girl, Diagnosis and Investigation at Festival de Cannes

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Julieta, Drama and Guilt at Festival de Cannes

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Loving, Love Against Segregation at Festival de Cannes

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The Nice Guys Out of The Smog at Festival de Cannes

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The BFG Blows Dreams on the Festival de Cannes

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Ma Loute, Ghouls Fishery at Festival de Cannes

Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake Wins Palme d’Or

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The Jury of the 69th Cannes Film Festival, chaired by George Miller, awarded the Palme d’Or to I, Daniel Blake by British director Ken Loach. The most prestigious awards in […]

Elle by Paul Verhoeven, Ambiguity at Festival de Cannes

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Elle by Paul Verhoeven, supported by an outstanding Isabelle Huppert, flirts with amorality, ambiguity and sexuality in a black psychological thriller. Elle by Paul Verhoeven is Michèle, who runs a […]

The Last Face, War and Love at Festival de Cannes

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The Last Face by Sean Penn is a love story on a background humanitarian action, awkwardly mixing romance and war scenes and bloody chaos in Africa. The Last face is […]

Graduation and Compromises at Festival de Cannes

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The Graduation of his daughter Eliza is an obsession for Romeo: he is ready to sacrifice everything for her to go to England to study and find a better life. […]

The Unknown Girl, Diagnosis and Investigation at Festival de Cannes

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The Unknown Girl by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne is featuring a female doctor in search of the name of a young woman found dead near her practice. Tired and upset […]

Julieta, Drama and Guilt at Festival de Cannes

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Julieta by Pedro Almodovar paints a portrait of women on a background of drama in a film without real breath or relief, rather austere, that leaves one puzzled. Julieta (Emma […]

Loving, Love Against Segregation at Festival de Cannes

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Loving by Jeff Nichols tells, in a moving film, full of modesty, the Mildred and Richard Loving’s combat against a law prohibiting interracial marriage. Loving starts in the County of […]

The Nice Guys Out of The Smog at Festival de Cannes

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The Nice Guys by Shane Black creates a new duo of detectives friends in a hilarious comedy, driven at breakneck speed, but with feelings. The Nice Guys is the third […]

The BFG Blows Dreams on the Festival de Cannes

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The BFG, The Big Friendly Giant by Steven Spielberg, brought an irresistible breath of dreams of the Cannes Film Festival, in touch with hearts that beat for a better world. […]

Ma Loute, Ghouls Fishery at Festival de Cannes

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Ma Loute, Bruno Dumont’s crazy comedy, will devour any pessimism with his hilarious gallery of extravagant protagonists, cranks, eccentrics, birdbrains and nutters. Ma Loute brings together in a wacky comedy […]

Money Monster, A Life in Shares at Festival de Cannes

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Money Monster, Jodie Foster’s intense thriller starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney, stages the drama speculative finance can cause through TV shows. Money Monster: claptrap is of no use when […]

Cafe Society, Love and Glamour at Festival de Cannes

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Cafe Society by Woody Allen opened the 69th Cannes Film Festival with a vibrant, glamorous and jazzy love and  story between Hollywood and New York. With Cafe Society, the American […]

L’Arazur, Sunny Flavours in Antibes

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L’Arazur, the restaurant of Jeanne Martin and Lucas Marini in the heart of Old Antibes, offers a dynamic and creative cuisine, full of sunny flavors. L’Arazur opened on April 30, […]

L’Ermitage du Riou, an Oasis in Mandelieu La Napoule

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L’Ermitage du Riou celebrated on May 3, 2016 its metamorphosis and its new gastronomic partnership with L’Oasis, the famous starred restaurant. L’Ermitage du Riou is a 4-star hotel overlooking the […]

Nicolas Decherchi Hangs Up Two Stars at Paloma

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Nicolas Decherchi, the talented chef from the Restaurant Paloma in Mougins layed the plate of its two Michelin stars. Mougins, Capital of Gastronomy and the Art of Living in the […]

Cannes Summer Season 2016

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Cannes summer season presented by David Lisnard will be rich in events and emotions with surprises, discoveries, culture, art, cinema… Cannes summer season 2016 presented  by David Lisnard, demonstrates the […]

L’Arazur, Flavors and History in Antibes

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L’Arazur, Jeanne Martin and Lucas Marini’s restaurant opened its doors in the heart of old Antibes. Old stones and fine cuisine are on the menu. L’Arazur opened on April 30, […]

50 Years of Culinary Art at Musée Escoffier

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The Musée Escoffier de l’Art Culinaire in Villeneuve Loubet celebrates its 50th anniversary by presenting two exhibitions: Le Regard et la Main and Si On Gardait le Meilleur Pour la… […]