Mercedes Yearley recommends the best movies and plays that you should watch, with the help of a special guest every episode.
Episode 5 – October edition
Mercedes’ selection of the movies not to be miss in Paris Theatres this months.
Episode 4 – September edition
This month Mercedes heads down to the Grand Rex, the famous cinema at Grands Boulevards, to attend a sing along version of Mamma Mia!
Also included, a breakdown of the best films to watch this month. Will you join Mercedes on her mission to watch the Top 100 films of all time according to Rotten Tomatoes?
Episode 3 – August edition (with Robinson Ditandy-Lecompte)
In this month’s edition of MercedesvsTheMovies there is a whole load of information about what to watch this summer. Which movies are gonna sizzle and where to hang out to get cultured in the long month of August.
Mercedes’ guest this month is Robinson Ditandy-Lecompte. He is a young filmmaker about to embark on his studies overseas. This you’d creator wants o make his mark on the cinematic world and he tells us all about how he is preparing for his first projects.
Enjoy this month’s edition and don’t forget to follow @mercedesvsthemovies on twitter/IG/FB . If you have an event or wanna comte on the show…Send us a message!!
Episode 2 – July edition (with Nina Paradiso)
School holidays have started and there are so many films coming out this month – so head down to the cinema on a rainy day or to an outdoor screening on a warm night to watch some of the latest movies.
With Mercedes this week is Nina Paradiso, who works on the organisation for the Paris Jazz Festival. With several concerts taking place every week until the end of July, don’t miss out on this family-friendly event.
So to hear the full show and find out what everything that’s on this month, listen in here:
Episode 1 – What you should go to see in June (with Julie Farrugia)
Mercedes Yearley is joined by Julie Farrugia to bring you the best movie and theatre recommendations in Paris this June.
Two film festivals to look out for: the Champs Elysées Film Festival and the children’s Cinékids Festival at the Forum des Images.