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Paris (France)

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  • Smothered by smog, Paris bans some cars; measure lifted late in day

    PARIS -- With the City of Light buried under a thick blanket of smog for a week now, authorities in the French capital took drastic steps Monday to cut the number of cars on the road and to encourage commuters to find more environmentally friendly ways of...
  • 'A Wolf at the Door,' 'Aurora' Top Miami Festival

    MIAMI - Sold by Mundial, a joint venture of IM Global and Mexico's Canana, Brazilian Fernando Coimbra's "A Wolf at the Door" topped the 31st Miami Film Festival Saturday, along with Chilean Rodrigo Sepulveda's "Aurora." Adding to major kudos at the San...
  • Dining Out: A French café that is a crêpe above

    Dining Out: A French café that is a crêpe above
    In the charming village of Sierra Madre, a new French cafe has popped up with an atmosphere as fresh as the food they serve. Monsieur Crêpe is a light-filled space with easy counter service, making it a top choice for local workers, shoppers and residents...
  • MK2 Int'l Acquires the Taviani Brothers' 'Meraviglioso Boccaccio'

    PARIS- MK2 Intl., the sales division of the French arthouse exhibitor, has acquired Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's "Meraviglioso Boccaccio" ("Wonderful Boccaccio"), the Italian film masters' follow-up to "Cesare deve morire." "Meraviglioso," an...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama late to the realpolitik table in Saudi Arabia

    PARIS -- Later this month, U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Here's hoping he decides to stay home and help his daughters with their homework instead. America's decreasing influence in the Middle East and Eurasia might be the...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Diplomacy'

    The time is August 1944, and as the Allies march towards Paris, the city's artistic and architectural riches lie in danger of Nazi dynamiting. No, it isn't "Return of the Monuments Men," but rather Volker Schlondorff's "Diplomacy," another movie set at...
  • Berlin: Drama 'Mad' Toplines Robust Slate From Paris-Based MK2 (EXCLUSIVE)

    Having seen robust sales last year on "A Touch of Sin," "Tom at the Farm" and "Hotell," Paris-based MK2 is looking for further arthouse business on "Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad," from Robert Guediguian. Produced by France's Agat Films, "Mad" begins its...
  • Didier Brunner Steps Down as President of Les Armateurs

    PARIS - Producer Didier Brunner, one of the driving forces of European feature film animation, has stepped down as president of Les Armateurs, the five-time-Oscar nommed Paris-based film/TV animation production house. First attracting attention with...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Church & State a French haven

     Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Church & State a French haven
    Most people with even a passing interest in local cooking have visited Church & State since it opened half a dozen years ago, a ground-level bistro on the ground floor of an old Nabisco factory, known for bringing dim lighting, expressive cocktails and...
  • 'Zombillenium,' 'Song of the Sea,' 'The Ghosts of Pere Lachaise' Among Cartoon Movie Highlights

    PARIS- "Zombillenium," "Song of the Sea," "The Ghosts of Pere Lachaise" and "Yellowbird" were among the highlights presented at Cartoon Movie's animation co-production forum. - Based on Arthur de Pins' eponymous comicbooks, "Zombillenium" (in...
  • Cesar Film Awards Spread The Wealth Wide With Adele Exarchopoulos, Guillaume Gallienne Among The Winners

    PARIS- The 39th Cesar film awards spread the wealth wide, reflecting the breadth and diversity of Gaul's film production landscape. Scarlett Johansson was on hand to pick up a honorary award from the hands of Quentin Tarantino, whom she thanked for...
  • Review: 'I Always Loved You' by Robin Oliveira

    Review: 'I Always Loved You' by Robin Oliveira
    In "My Name Is is Mary Sutter," Robin Oliveira pulled readers into the life of a daring Civil War-era woman who dreamed of becoming a surgeon. Oliveira's "I Always Loved You" is the story of another extraordinary Mary — the painter Mary Cassatt....