France Tag Archive

Does Paris hear the people sing?

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Crossing the Seine on a sunny Saturday in February, I almost expect to hear inebriated strains of ‘Do You Hear the People Sing?’ float over the water from the next bridge...

Dancing snails: An unusually slimy installation in London

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French vegetarian art anarchists Élizabeth Saint-Jalmes and Cyril Leclerc have created a gastropod masterpiece, but what does it mean?...

120 BPM (15) Review

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Helena Buchanan reviews this French drama...

Canadian behind the camera: A profile of Xavier Dolan

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Scarlett Rowland profiles French-Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan...

Happy End (15) Review

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Tom Cooney reviews Happy End, the latest release from German director Michael Haneke...

Vrai ou faux? Surviving life in Paris 

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Three months into my life in Paris, and I’m still constantly surprised by how different Parisian life is to what you see in tourist brochures. Whilst I didn’t exactly believe...

Brittany Acts as the Canvas for the Perfect Summer Placement

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Rhianna Stenson feels the Brittany Blues after spending the summer working abroad....

A threat to Liberté?

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After a chain of murderous attacks by Islamic extremists in Paris, including an iconic assault on free speech and liberty in the Charlie Hebdo shootings, agitations over a...