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French Film Review: Les Choses Qu’on Dit, Les Choses Qu’on Fait

Positively dripping with awards nominations (it was nominated for 13 Césars, the most of any film this year, clinching an award, as well as...

Book Review: Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert

It’s 200 years this year since Gustave Flaubert was born and so if you haven’t curled up with one of his classics yet, it’s...

What the Nose Knows

The art of perfume-making is as complex and mysterious as the world of winemaking. Lanie Goodman sniffs out some of the best noses in...

Book Review: Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc, A Timeless Legend

Situated in the magnificent landscape of the Cap d’Antibes in the south of France, the legendary Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc was first imagined in the...

Restaurant Review: Auberge du Bois Prin in Chamonix

Some people use stars or numbers to indicate their pleasure with a restaurant, but for me, it’s the memories that matter. To wit, the...

Restaurant Review: La Merise in Alsace

Young chef Cédric Deckert is the pride of Laubach. When I stopped to ask a farmer in blue cotton overalls who was taking a...

Restaurant Review: Brigade du Tigre in Paris

France’s links with southeast Asia date back to the invasion of southern Vietnam in 1862, which then led to the founding in 1864 of...

The Greatest Books of the 20th Century, as Seen from France

France has a long and brilliant literary tradition. It has won more Nobel Prizes in literature than any other country, and French writers have...

Restaurant Reviews: Niro in Aix-en-Provence

Chef Alexandre Mazzia, who holds two Michelin stars at his restaurant in Marseille, is without question one of the most dazzlingly creative cooks working...

Vincent Lacoste, a Cannes Veteran

He is still only 26, but Vincent Lacoste is already a Cannes veteran. He tells Lise Pedersen about his love of cinema, the directors...