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No need to leave the cours Mirabeau to have a front row view of the Opening Night in Cannes.  Once again, it will be transmitted live to the Renoir.  The programme begins Tuesday, 14th May, at 18:45 with red-carpet interviews, then we move inside the Palais des Festivals for this year’s opening film, ‘The Dead Don’t Die’.

The plot: “In a peaceful, small town, zombies suddenly rise from their graves, terrorizing the citizens. Three bespectacled police officers and a strange Scottish mortician with a love for drag makeup and sword fighting must band together to try and stay alive. The road to survival, however, may be a dead end.”

 

 

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One for Star Wars fans, three episodes will be played across the 16m high rough walls of the former quarry at Les Baux de Provence, June 14th and 15th, 19:00-02:00.  40€ for entry and drink.

More here: https://madeinmarseille.net/46479-star-wars-carrieres-lumieres-provence/

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This Coming Weekend in Aix

        • New Photo Exhibition at Musée Granet
        • Cinema Promotion
        • Enormous Sale of English books

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The new show at the Carrieres de Lumieres at Les Baux de Provence, Van Gogh La Nuit Etoilée, starts today, and it looks wonderful. (more…)

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‘Yorgos Lanthimos’s tragicomedy set in the court of Queen Anne boasts daring performances from its three female stars and lashings of lust, intrigue and deceit’….Mark Kermode in the Guardian.  The film has 10 Oscar nominations and Olivia Colman has already bagged a Golden Globe for her turn as the monarch. (more…)

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…which ends tomorrow at 11:30.   I have only just caught up with this film which I found to be amusing, intriguing, moving in equal measures.  Holy Lands tells the story of an Ashkenazi Jewish American cardiologist who leaves everything behind to become a pig farmer in Israel. (more…)

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telling the story of his incredible life, from devastatingly sad family circumstances in England to his discovery of music which was to be his lifeline.  Black R&B musicians like BB King, Chuck Berry and Howling Wolf were the first to inspire him, and interestingly, their popularity among young British bands helped them gain worldwide acceptance and success. (more…)

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