OCTOBER 22, 2014

Lyon Lumière Festival’s Classic Film Market: Cohen Media Group ink bought 8 French films to Gaumont

By Pauline Lamy

For the occasion of the second edition of Lyon Lumière Festival’s Classic Film Market, Cohen Film Collection has acquired North American rights to eight films from Gaumont.

OCTOBER 22, 2014

13 French films and co-productions in the Academy’s Foreign Language Film Award 2015 Selection

By Pauline Lamy

French cinema will be well represented at the 87th Academy Awards next February 22nd, with 2 French films and 11 French co-productions out of the 76 features which are running the Oscar race.

OCTOBER 17, 2014

DIRECT TO SERIES 2014

By Adrien Sarre

WELCOME TO THE NEW GOLDEN AGE OF FRENCH TV SHOWSWriters Guild Theater - October 28, 2014 Join us for the 2nd annual gathering of top television industry leaders and discover what France has to of

OCTOBER 17, 2014

French Books USA: Week In Review

By FRENCH CULTURE BOOKS

The Musée d'Orsay launches a website dedicated to Sade, and the winners of the Prix de la Langue Française and the Prix François Mauriac are announced.

OCTOBER 13, 2014

La Femme on Tour

By Francerocks

OCTOBER 8, 2014

TV5MONDE launches first HD package in the US

By Adrien Sarre

After successfully launching TV5MONDE HD nationwide, TV5MONDE USA has significantly expanded its relationship with Charter Communications, resulting in the recent launch of two channels ̶ TiVi5MONDE Kids and TV5MONDE Info. Charter customers in select markets will now have access to three HD channels offering high quality French language programming.

OCTOBER 3, 2014

Focus Art contemporary in NYC Galleries / September-October

By French Cultural Services

Every two months, Dorothée Charles, Visual Arts, Architecture & Design Officer at the French Cultural Services, offers a selection of must-see exhibitions at galleries and non-profit spaces around New York.

OCTOBER 2, 2014

French Books USA: Week In Review

By Maggie Love

This week, we remember Jean-Jacques Pauvert, check in on the translation industry and take a look at trends in the US and French literary markets.

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014

French Books USA: Week In Review

By Maggie Love

Albertine opens its doors, L'Académie française announces nominees for its Grand Prix du Roman, and an original page from a 1938 Tintin comic is discovered in Belgium.

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014

Interview with French director Arthur Nauzyciel

By French Cultural Services

This fall, Seuls en scène, the third edition of the Princeton French Theater Festival, curated by Florent Masse will present Faim (Hunger) by the Norwegian author, Nobel prize in Literature in 1920, Knut Hamsun. The production of Faim is a collaboration between Arthur Nauzyciel, director of the Centre Dramatique National (CDN) in Orléans and the actor Xavier Gallais, who adapted the text for the stage with Florient Azoulay. In 2011, it had its premiere at the Théâtre de la Madeleine in Paris.

SEPTEMBER 18, 2014

Interview of French Digital Creator David Dufresne on the Occasion on NYFF 2014

By Pervenche Beurier

“I’m a… punk. In a sense, I try to break rules any time I can… The entire project Fort McMoney was driven from the start by the idea of combining documentary film and video games, auteur perspective and spectator freedom”.

SEPTEMBER 18, 2014

French Books USA: Week In Review

By Maggie Love

This Week: Prix Médicis nominees are announced, the oldest bookstore in Paris finds itself in danger of closing, and Le Petit Prince makes the list of the 50 books that most influenced Facebook users.

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