Fêtez le français avec le Mois de la Francophonie et la Semaine de la Langue Française, an annual worldwide initiative to highlight the French-speaking world and its cultural diversity!
On March 28, 2017, The Chamber Society of Lincoln Center will be featuring Parisian Tableau at the Alice Tully Hall at 7:30 PM.
Did you spending time studying in France? Join France Alumni USA network and connect with other "France Alumni" from around the world!
This April and May at CinéSalon, get a crash course in French politics just in time for France’s presidential elections. From paranoid thrillers to high-stakes dramas and witty satires, these films will immerse you in the world of political power struggles. There, you will meet the desperate men, unlikely heroes, and wide-eyed novices who populate the French government. In moments of crisis, acts of resistance, and life-or-death situations, see who will put career before party, justice before ambition, or France above all.
The singular voice of director, screenwriter, editor, and actress Anne-Marie Miéville is felt in both her relentlessly probing solo works and heady collaborations with longtime partner Jean-Luc Godard.
Razmig Keucheyan will be at The New School to takl about 'Nature and the Dynamics of Contemporary Capitalism'.
Samir, a tall, lanky, 40-something crane operator from Montreuil, in the outskirts of Paris, falls head over heels in love with Agathe. He discovers she is a swimming instructor at the local swimming pool, and, for lack of a better plan, he decides to enlist as her student... although he can swim perfectly.
Yale historian Jay Winter, jazz expert Philippe Gumplowicz, Surrealism and French literature specialist Mary Ann Caws, Adrian Sudhalter, Art Historian, curator and a specialist in European art between the World Wars and French artist Melik Ohanian, winner of the Prix Marcel Duchamp 2015, will examine the artistic and literary revolution of 1917, and the continuing impact of these events in the present with a particular focus on how artists deal with issues of war and collective memory.
The Gene Siskel Film Center welcomes you to the 20th Annual Chicago European Union Film Festival. This largest festival in the nation presents US & Chicago premieres of 62 new feature films representing all 28 EU nations including 7 films from France.