Monaco City View at Night
Inspire: Art & CultureKeith Van Sickle

Movies and Hollywood Glamour in Monaco

Monaco is a small country with a big reputation. Surrounded by France, it sits just a few miles from the city of Nice on the French Riviera. Monaco is famous for its Monte Carlo Casino, its annual Formula One race, and the elegance of the late Princess Grace. The principality’s …

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Bring France Life Virtually Murder In Series
Inspire: Art & CultureKeith Van Sickle

How to Bring French Culture into Your Life Virtually

Oh, to be in France in the spring! My wife and I live part-time in St-Rémy-de-Provence but had to cancel our travel plans this year. Now we are sheltering-in-place and yearning for sunny days in the South of France. But all is not lost! We are still connected to la …

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French Riviera Film Festival 2019 Award Winners
Guest PostInspire: Art & Culture

Online Watch Now! French Riviera Film Festival Finalists

Festival co-founder Nicole Muj shared this great news! Perfectly Provence readers are invited to enjoy from the comfort of their homes the 2019 winning and finalist short films of the 2019 French Riviera Film Festival. French Riviera Film Festival In celebration of short film and short-form content from around the …

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Movies St Remy Provence Cine Palace
Inspire: Art & CultureKeith Van Sickle

Going to the Movies in St Remy de Provence

Let’s say you are staying in St-Remy-de-Provence and expecting beautiful weather, only to discover that it’s raining buckets. Or maybe it’s one of those days that is just so hot you can’t move. What to do? Here’s an idea—go to the movies! Movies in St Rémy Yes, there’s a nice …

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Gordes A Good Year Movie
Explore: Travel in ProvenceOur House in Provence

Revisiting Film locations for “A Good Year” in Provence

Contributor blog post by Michel: I told you in a previous post that “A Good Year” starring Russell Crowe and Marion Cotillard is my favorite American/British-made movie set in the South of France. The movie is directed by Ridley Scott who himself lives in the Luberon and is based on a …

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Chinese Movies @AccessRiviera
Explore: Travel in ProvenceRebecca Whitlocke

China and Film: The World’s Fastest Growing Box Office

Contributor blog post by Access Riviera: Chinese films. Know any off the top of your head? Chinese directors. Can you name any? Watch this space because the Chinese film market is the world’s fastest growing box office and China is keen to establish itself as a front runner alongside Hollywood …

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Billboard LOUISXIII 100 YEARS @Cannes #Movies @AccessRiviera
Rebecca WhitlockeWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

The Film at Cannes Film Festival 2016 You’ll Never See

Contributor blog post by Access Riviera: 100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See is an original film, starring actor John Malkovich and directed by Robert Rodriguez, which envisions Earth one hundred years from now and will not be released until 2115. That’s right, the year 2115. Cinema & …

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Ken Loach Films #AixenProvence @ AixenProvence
AixcentricWhat's On Provence & Cote d'Azur

Ken Loach Films in Aix en Provence

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Next week sees the start of a month of Ken Loach films at the Institut de l’Image (at the Cité du Livre). The British film-maker is known for his realistic directing style and for his socialism, which are evident in his film treatment of social issues …

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Netflix Filiming #Marseille Photo Manon Gary @LaProvence
AixcentricExplore: Travel in Provence

Marseille: the New Star for Netflix

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Q. How can Netflix follow the massive success of House of Cards? A. By hot-footing it to Marseille with a film crew, Gerard Depardieu and a fast-moving script based on cut-throat local politics and the mafia. …Continue reading here to find out about the filming at …

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Movie Night in Uzes Il Trovatore @bfblogger2015
Barefoot BloggerExplore: Travel in Provence

Movie Night in Uzes: Il Trovatore

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: If you’ve attended a simulcast production of the Metropolitan Opera in your local theatre, you know how good it is. You have the best seats possible to hear and see the performance without paying the big bucks to be in Lincoln Center. If you …

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