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5 tips for the weekend

What to do this weekend around Europe

5 tips for the weekend What to do this weekend around Europe


#1 London Film Festival – London

It's starting to get pretty chilly outside, especially in London where it's basically winter already, so what better time to hide the whole afternoon in the warmth of a downtown cinema and enjoy some of the best upcoming movies? London Film Festival will keep you company all weekend. We vividly suggest you not to lose Nocturnal AnimalsTom Ford's new movie featuring Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal. For musical lovers, there's La La Land, starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, while if you are looking for an innovative film we invite you to watch Chi-raq, where Spike Lee engages in a highly political Greek comedy format reinterpreted in a rap key. From October 5 to 16, 2016. 


#2 Hayao Miyazaki at Outdoor Festival – Rome

In Rome, a day dedicated to animation master Hayao Miyazaki. In Guido Reni ex-barrack, you’ll have the chance to immerse yourself in the dreamy-spectral locations and amazing adventures of Studio Ghibli's most famous movies, Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle. On October 15 and 16, 2016.


#3 Chocolate Festival – Milan

This weekend Milan hosts the cure to winter’s sadness, rain included: chocolate. The Naviglio Pavese awaits you for three days of tastings and gluttonous sins, for a Sunday dedicated to comfort food. From October14 to 16, 2016.


#4 Martin Parr on display – Paris

The Philharmonie de Paris hosts MMM / Matthieu Chedid meets Martin Parr, an exhibition that combines two different artistic languages for the first time: music and photography. Chedid’s compositions will accompany the vision of more than 500 photographs of the irreverent British photographer. From October 4, 2016 until January 29, 2017.


#5 Annie Leibovitz on display – Frankfurt

After the Milan’s stop, Women, the itinerant retrospective of the American photographer dedicated to the most iconic women of our time, has landed in Germany. It showcases more than 200 portraits, including those of Queen Elizabeth, Patti Smith and Meryl Streep. From October 14 until November 6, 2016.