JUNE 28, 2017

Jessica Fichot at Levitt Pavilion

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

July 2, 2017 and 6:30 PM I Los Angeles. Jessica Fichot, a French-born musician with an international sound, will have a concert at the Levitt Pavilion in Los Angeles.

JUNE 28, 2017

Chocolate Genius at Lincoln Center

By Visual & Performing Arts Department

As part of FranceRocks Summerfest 2017, the Lincoln Center presents Chocolate Genius on June 29, 2017.

JUNE 28, 2017

A Retrospective of Bertrand Tavernier at the Quad Cinema

By Film Department (New York)

Incisive, intelligent, and deeply humanistic, Tavernier’s films illuminate personal and social relationships and suggest fresh interpretations of the past, while percolating with some of the most memorable performances in contemporary cinema.

JUNE 28, 2017

Alexandra Grant presents "Taking Lena Home"

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

June 29th at 7pm | Alexandra Grant will be presenting her documentary, "Taking Lena Home," at Blue Roof Studios in an event organized by LAND. The documentary follows Grant's personal story of returning a stolen tombstone to rural Nebraska.

JUNE 27, 2017

La French Touch Conference is coming back to the Big Apple!

By Film Department (New York)

After 3 editions in New York City each year at the end of June, 1 edition in San Francisco last January and an upcoming edition in Paris (June 14), La French Touch Conference is coming back to New York City on June 27&28, 2017!

JUNE 27, 2017

Marc Johnson | YúYú

By Culture & Education (San Francisco)

Presented in collaboration with the Kramlich Collection

JUNE 27, 2017

Jim Jarmusch's pick: Contempt

By Film Department (New York)

Director Jim Jarmusch selected Jean-Luc Godard’s Contempt for Films on the Green 2017.

JUNE 26, 2017

Nicolas Mazmanian in Los Angeles

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

June 22 & 27, 2017 | UCLA French composer and pianist Nicolas Mazmanian returns to the USA for a piano recital featuring some of his newest classical compositions!

JUNE 26, 2017

Sophie's Misfortunes by Christophe Honoré

By Culture (Washington DC)

From her castle, young Sophie can't resist the temptation of the forbidden and what she loves most of all is to get up to no-good with her cousin Paul. When her parents decide to go to Amercia, Sophie is delighted. A year later, she's back in France with her horrible stepmother, Madame Fichini. But Sophie will be able to count on her two friends, model little girls, and their mother, Madame de Fleurville to escape from her stepmother's clutches.

JUNE 26, 2017

French New Wave Class at the Coolidge Corner Theatre

By Culture & Education (Boston)

More than half a century after its heyday, the French New Wave remains the most influential film movement in the history of cinema. French Connections: The New Wave looks back to a selection of innovative and engaging movies made within or directly drawing on the movement.

JUNE 26, 2017

Etienne de France with FLAX

By Culture & Education (Los Angeles)

May 17 - July 1, 2017 | Los Angeles. French and Icelandic visual artist and filmmaker, Étienne de France is to be the next in-residence artist at FLAX! He will be collaborating with FLAX for the next spectacular FLAX Project entitled, "Looking for the Perfect Landscape," - a promising name for an inevitably beautiful work.

JUNE 26, 2017

Innovation: made in France II at Demisch Danant Gallery

By Visual & Performing Arts Department

Opening May 3, 2017, Demisch Danant will present Innovation: made in France II, an exhibition of important historical French design created between 1965 to 1975, a period of rapid technological advancement that shaped a distinctive new aesthetic in French public and domestic life.

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