NOVEMBER 6, 2012

French VOD Service for Children Now Available in the US

By French Culture

Bangoo Planète, the first legal, youth-oriented, French video on demand service on the Internet, is now available in the US...

NOVEMBER 6, 2012

Cinéastes at NYFF Closes Splendid French Film Season in NY

By French Culture

After a splendid summer for French cinema fans in New York the world renowned New York Film Festival, put French cinema at the heart of this year's program with the release of several documentaries from the television series Cinéastes de notre temps.

NOVEMBER 6, 2012

Pierre Etaix Charms New York

By French Culture

Little known yet influential French director Pierre Etaix was in New York for the release of the newly restored version of Le Grand Amour and a series of film screenings (distributed by Janus / Criterion) at Film Forum.

NOVEMBER 5, 2012

Host a French Teaching Assistant

By French Culture

The French Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) program offers American schools the possibility to welcome young aspiring teachers from France into their schools to serve as teaching assistants.

NOVEMBER 5, 2012

Concours @nime la Francophonie 2012

By French Culture

Teachers and professors of French are invited to praticipate in the forth annual Francophone contest organized by Le Centre de la francophonie des Amériques on the theme: "Faites-nous découvrir une autre communauté francophone des Amériques."

NOVEMBER 5, 2012

Education Week 2012

By French Culture

The 13th annual International Education Week begins November 12. Since the first celebration in 2000, participants from around the world have conducted a wide variety of activities...

NOVEMBER 5, 2012

Celebrate National French Week!

By French Culture

November 8-14, 2012 is National French Week! Join your local your school, colleges, universities, and communities to create an exciting 2012 National French Week celebration.

NOVEMBER 4, 2012

French Books for Bilingual Brains

By Fabrice Jaumont

French-English bilingual programs are booming New York City and with the demand for bilingual education comes a need for more books. Reading books is crucial to becoming bi-literate but getting access to books in French can be difficult, particularly if you are a public school with a small budget.

NOVEMBER 4, 2012

Joël Pommerat in Residency

By French Culture

Theater director Joël Pommerat in Residency (2012-2014) at the New York WorkShop Theater.

NOVEMBER 3, 2012

Les Amies de Place Blanche

By French Culture

Christer Strömholm was one of the great photographers of the 20th century. Les Amies de Place Blanche, a documentation of transsexual "ladies of the night" in Paris in the 1960s, is considered his most powerful and acclaimed body of work…

NOVEMBER 1, 2012

Fantastic Stories from New York's Past at the Brooklyn Book Festival

By French Culture

On the occasion of the Brooklyn Book Festival, French author and illustrator François Roca visited New York City to share his books with young fans...

NOVEMBER 1, 2012

New Website from the Research Team: 21st Century Cuisine, Nutrition, and Genetics

By French Culture

The team of the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) and Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) launched their website showing the history and curriculum of their research “21st Century Cuisine, Nutrition, and Genetics in F

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