Collioure’s church, Notre-Dame-des-Anges, one of the most well-known round-towered church in Europe, has a colourful history.
In Spring 1905, Henri Matisse landed in Collioure, searching for light and a new style of painting. His unconventional use of colour provoked an outrage and sparked a new artistic movement: Fauvism.
Shot mainly in Collioure, but also Argelès-sur-Mer and Perpignan
The body of a young woman is discovered in a barrel full of nails and glass shards, hurtling down a hill in the middle of the night.
LE LYCAN BLANC By Phil Becker Phil Becker is 31 and lives in Perpignan. Currently a journalist for the weekly newspaper ‘La Semaine du Roussillon’, he describes himself as a ‘job nomad’. He has done…