This week's literary news feature French children's novels stats in the US, a government reshuffle, treasures to protect, a journal and a book reviews, and ideas to develope francophone literature.
The eighth edition of the French Institute Alliance Francaise (FIAF) festival Crossing the Line runs from September 8th to October 10th, 2014 and brings together fifteen extraordinary international artists and companies. The French Cultural Services in partnership with FACE Foundation and New England Foundation for the Arts-National Dance Project is pleased to announce the productions of several artists supported by the French American Fund for Contemporary Theater and the FUSED Program.
From July 6th to July 16th, 82 French-speaking young people from over 60 countries were welcomed in Paris through the LabCitoyen 2014 program, an init
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The Film, TV & Media Department at the Cultural Services has selected a list of movies that are creating buzz right now in the hexagon. So, whether you are in the U.S. or you are lucky enough to be visiting France for summer vacation, anyone can enjoy these newly released French films.
The Film, TV & Media Department at the Cultural Services has put together a list of some of the TV shows creating a buzz in France right now. Although only two are available to US audiences on instant streaming, and a third on Showtime, if you happen to be in France this summer, the titles below are worth checking out.