Nathan Ambrosioni is the director of Paper Flags. A drama that attracted a lot of attention internationally for its depth and emotional aspects. But the movie also impresses because of its director: a young 18 year-old French man showing his first feature film.… Read More
Following his last concert at La Cigale in Paris on April 12th, we proudly introduce you to Michel Sardou. Michel is one of the most iconic French singers, whose career spanned more than fifty years.
In France, everybody knows at least one of his songs.… Read More
France is the country of Haute Cuisine and as such, French people know to respect its representatives, the Chefs.
Paul Bocuse was without a doubt one the greatest chefs, gaining nicknames such as the Pope of Gastronomy, the Emperor, Cook of the Century, and Chef of the Century throughout his career.… Read More
It’s hard to summarize who Jean-Philippe Smet was. An artist with a unique voice, 50 years of success, and an instantly identifiable “face”, he was a living national legend.
Johnny was the ultimate rocker. A man marked by a rough start in life, abandoned by an alcoholic and unstable father and taken in by his aunt, he entered the artistic world really quickly where he made maybe the most important encounter in his life, Lee Halliday, an American singer who was married to his cousin, and helped him discover his musical talent and an icon, Elvis Presley.… Read More
We come back to you with the time-lapse by Dave Nizet which we introduced a few weeks ago on our blog.
For 2 years, Dave lived in Paris and observed the city, its people and its monuments. Through the night life, its glowing lights and its effervescence, he shows a wonderful open-air theater.… Read More