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  • ‘Reels on Wheels’ – Metropolitan Magazine Feature

    ‘Reels on Wheels’ – Metropolitan Magazine Feature

    Eurostar’s Metropolitan magazine features an article about Cannes in a Van for May’s edition. The four-page feature written by Emma Howarth touches on the history of Cannes in a Van with a few glimpses of the obstacles we had to overcome to lead us to where we are at present. Co-founder of CIAV Andy Greenhouse spoke about his time on the road to La Croisette… “We didn’t have a van until the eleventh hour, then when we did get one we were [...]

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  • UK Screen 2013 – How Cannes helps the underdogs

    UK Screen 2013 – How Cannes helps the underdogs

    With Cannes 2013 over, the festival award winners are slowly receding into the memories of those who were fortunate enough to see them, some of them possibly unlikely to see the light of day again. Anyone eager to see the second-prize Grand Prix winner, the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davies in the UK will have to wait until January 2014, and Palme d’Or winner, the three hour lesbian love story Blue Is The Warmest Colour, does not yet have a release date here. [...]

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  • "I conquered CANNES in a VAN"

    Mail on Sunday (2011) “I conquered CANNES in a VAN”

    Article written in 2011, featuring us in The Mail on Sunday. “Actress Olivia Grant was welcome to rub shoulders with the A-list at last week’s film festival – but her film wasn’t. Then an old yellow Transit came to her rescue.”

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  • Daily Mirror (2011) Film Buffs at Cannes

    Daily Mirror (2011) Film Buffs at Cannes

    “Film buffs catch a movie shown in the back of a van” – Article written 24. 05. 2011 Daily Mirror

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  • Daily Mail – I conquered Cannes in a van

    Daily Mail – I conquered Cannes in a van

    I am in the dining room of the legendary Carlton Hotel on the Cannes seafront enjoying dinner with Hollywood royalty: Leonardo DiCaprio, Uma Thurman and Robert De Niro. We are all guests of Sean Penn – whose film The Tree of Life will go on to win the coveted Palme d’Or – to raise money for victims of the Haiti earthquake. The tables are piled with freesias, the walls encrusted with gilt and the chandeliers sparkle almost as much as [...]

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  • The A – Z of Cannes (Empire Online 2011)

    The A – Z of Cannes (Empire Online 2011)

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  • Our first celebrity shout-out!

    Our first celebrity shout-out!

    Giovanni Ribisi gives us a shout-out in the Total Film interview. Thanks to Jon Dean for keeping the footage!

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  • ITN Speaks To Cannes In A Van

    ITN Speaks To Cannes In A Van

    ITN hits the Croisette to catch up with our intrepid Cannes In A Van guys as the world’s smallest film festival meets with world’s largest!

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  • ITN – Cannes In a Van Returns To London

    ITN – Cannes In a Van Returns To London

    ‘Cannes in a Van’ arrived in the UK fresh from the 61st Cannes Film Festival to fill London attraction The Movieum with independent film for a weekend.

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  • London Tonight May 2007

    London Tonight May 2007

    The first ever night of Cannes in a Van in 2007 saw ITN’s London Tonight along for the ride, with a very pregnant Tamsin Sylvester on board.

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  • Oh yes we Cannes

    The Sunday Times, May 13, 2007 Three men in a van are on a mission to make the case for British movies Sometimes, culture has strange prophetic powers. Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four had the citizenry constantly observed by the equivalent of CCTV. Minority Report floated the idea of catching criminals before they commit a crime, which was taken up in March by the Home Office when it proposed screening every child in Britain to assess their criminal potential. Then there’s Mr Bean’s [...]

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