JULY 23, 2017

FIAF Summer Series: "Enigmatic Emmanuelle Devos"

By Film Department (New York)

This summer at CinéSalon, get to know the most expressive face in French cinema. Distinctive, enigmatic, and always captivating, Emmanuelle Devos is a powerhouse actress whose unusual beauty and fearless physical performances bring depth to every role. Devos is an icon for a generation of French filmmakers.

JULY 23, 2017

The Horseman on the Roof by Jean-Paul Rappeneau

By Culture (Washington DC)

Angelo, the handsome Italian officer with a face like an angel, runs along the alleyways and across the sun-beaten rooftops, gallops down the sunken trails of the fields. Towards what ? For What ? The story takes place in 1832 during a cholera epidemic that has laid waste to Provence, leaving a mass of corpses with blue, hideously grimacing faces in its wake. Yet Angelo finds time to tend to the innocent victims with his last reserves of energy. He also finds time to love, calmly and serenely, the young Pauline de Théus, who is looking for a mysterious husband who may already be dead...

JULY 22, 2017

Alain Corneau's Série noire at Cinefamily

By Film, TV & New Media (Los Angeles)

Patrick Dewaere plays Franck Poupart, a slightly neurotic door-to-door salesman in a sinister part of Paris' suburbs, who would like to change his life. Murder is the only solution he finds to achieve his goal...A rare screening on 35mm of an overlooked gem!

JULY 22, 2017

French author, Lewis Trondheim, at Comic Con

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

July 20 - 23 | San Diego. French author and cartoonist Lewis Trondheim will be at Comic-Con International, San Diego with his wife, Brigitte Findakly, debuting their new graphic novel, Poppies of Iraq.

JULY 22, 2017

Marguerite Humeau and Loïc Raguénès at CLEARING

By Visual & Performing Arts Department

From May 25 - July 23, 2017, Clearing presents Riddles, an exhibition by Marguerite Humeau, and Mists, an exhibition by Loïc Raguénès.

JULY 22, 2017

JEWELS | George Balanchine | Paris Opera Ballet, New York City Ballet & Bolshoi Ballet | Lincoln Center Festival

By Visual & Performing Arts Department

Fifty years after its premiere at Lincoln Center, three of the world’s most celebrated ballet companies come together for a once-in-a-lifetime presentation of George Balanchine’s masterpiece, Jewels.

JULY 22, 2017

In Chris Marker's Studio

By Film Department (New York)

Author Adam Bartos visited and photographed Chris Marker's workspace beginning in the early 2000s. The result is a gorgeous new book, Studio: Remembering Chris Marker. Bartos, along with film historian Colin McCabe, will appear in person presenting four films by Marker.

JULY 21, 2017

Darius in Concert

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

July 22 | Long Beach. All aboard! As part of a Wicked Delight at Sea event, French House producer, Darius will perform from 3-8pm on Catalina Classic Cruises. Watch the sun set over the water with an umbrella drink in hand, while breathing in the fresh ocean air and dancing away the day into night with electronic music from Darius and other special guests.

JULY 21, 2017

Truc-Anh: Horizon of Unreason

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

July 15 - 22, 2017 | Los Angeles. The dynamic work of artist Truc-Anh will soon be exhibited at the Baert Gallery in Los Angeles. His solo exhibition, "Horizon of Unreason," will display this French-Vietnamese artist's urban and contemplative style.

JULY 21, 2017

FLAX presents Lola Gonzàlez with The Distance is Beautiful

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

July 22, 2017 | Los Angeles, CA. FLAX is teaming up with Grand Park to present an international collaboration and dance performance by French video and performing artist Lola Gonzàlez and Los Angeles-based artists, choreographer Oguri and composer Paul Chavez for The Distance is Beautiful. La Distance la plus courte entre deux points n'est pas une ligne droite.

JULY 21, 2017

Compagnie XY on tour in the U.S

By Visual & Performing Arts Department

Renowned French circus collective Compagnie XY bring their mesmerizing new piece "Il n'est pas encore minuit (It’s Not Yet Midnight)" to United States (Houston, Charleston, New York) throughout June and July 2017.

JULY 21, 2017

“While I Was Waiting” | Omar Abusaada / Mohammad Al Attar | Lincoln Center Festival

By Visual & Performing Arts Department

From July 19-22, 2017, Syrian team of playwright Mohammad Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada presents "While I Was Waiting" at Lincol Center Festival, a gripping portrait of a country trapped in a gray area between hope and despair.

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