Cannes Diary with Tim Baros – Day 7

Besides loads of feature films the Cannes Film Festival also shows quite a few short films which they refer to as Courts Metrages. I saw the best of the selection on day 7. ‘Anna’ told the story about a single…

Cannes Diary with Tim Baros – Day 6

The press conference for Xavier Dolans film Matthias & Maxime started the day in the press conference room in the Palais des Festivals building. The press conference procedures start with the photocall where the cast and director go in front of photographers…

Cannes Diary by Tim Baros – Day 5

The Quentin Tarantino machine has rolled into Cannes in the form of his new film ‘Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood’ It’s the most highly anticipated film of the festival, and has it lived up to the hype? More…

Cannes Diary with Tim Baros – Day 4

Day 4 started on a positive note weather wise with the sun out first thing in the morning but as the busy day went on dark clouds took over and rain dampened the red carpet event for ‘Le Jeune Ahmed’…

Cannes Diary With Tim Baros – Day 3

Les Plus Belle Annees D’une Vie (The Best Years of a Life) movie was first on my list for a very busy Sunday. Directed by French Film director Claude LeLouch – it’s a very beautiful film about an older man…

Cannes Diary with Tim Baros – Day 2

One would expect Cannes to be sunny and warm but the past couple days have been wet rainy and a bit cold. So umbrellas here have been a much-needed accessory – for without one arriving on the red carpet all…

Cannes Diary with Tim Baros – Day 1

The first day in Cannes and the Film Festival is in full kick-off mode so I’ve hit the ground running. First stop was to pick up accreditation because without this there is no access to pretty much nothing. I watched…

McQueen | Film Review by Tim Baros

Fashion designer Alexander McQueen was a genius He had an eye for fashion but was also a troubled soul. The new documentary ‘McQueen’ shows the highs, and the lows, of McQueen’s life.   Alexander McQueen, born in London’s East End…

The glitz, the glamour, the stars, the red carpet, the sun. Yes, it’s time again for the Cannes Film Festival.

From May 17 – 28, the film and party bacchanalia is the place to be and be seen. It’s a festival so unlike any other, the stars come out in full force. And for this, the 70th annual, there will…

National Cafe Review

Tucked inside the National Gallery is the National Cafe which is serving amazing food at realistic prices in a very very central location. Peyton & Byrne’s venture is a definite winner. The food is what you’d expect from a restaurant…

Fab UK team have produced another exciting issue.Featuring Elton Jhon, was taken by Brice Anxionnaz and was nominated as one of the festival’s Best Photo by the Cannes Film Festival organisers.
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