Making art for Wes Anderson
The artworks seen in Wes Anderson’s new film The French Dispatch are real, made to order in France by a team of artists to the demanding specifications of the director. (Artnet News)
How to look as great as the French
The rest of the world is still jealous of French style, but really, it’s just about confidence. (The Guardian)
Remembering the victims of September 13
Paris paid tribute to the 130 people who died in the terrorist attacks on the Bataclan and other sites in Paris six years ago, on September 13, 2015. The trial of those who participated in or aided the attacks is currently underway in a Paris courtroom. (France 24)
Slow down, scooters!
Paris is putting more speed limits on electric scooters in busy areas after a young woman was killed by one. (The Local)
Clean air through nuclear power?
It’s true that nuclear plants emit no carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, but is that a good reason to build more of them? France thinks so. (Euronews)
After eight women accused famed former TV news presenter Patrick Poivre d’Arvor of rape and sexual assault, a throng of other journalists have come forward to complain of sexual misdeeds in the French media world. (France 24)Favorite